Numbers of Interest

Ecampus is constantly growing...2010 Graduates

Total number of students who took at least one Ecampus course

  • 2007/2008: 7,937
  • 2009/2010: 12,091
  • Increase of 52% in two academic years

Total number of Ecampus degree-seeking students

  • 2007/2008: 648
  • 2008/2009: 1,102
  • 2009/2010: 1,573
  • Increase of 172% over two academic years; 43% increase in the past year

Total number of credits taken through Ecampus

  • 2008/2009: 57,571
  • 2009/2010; 79,885
  • Increase of 28% in one academic year

Total number of Ecampus graduates

  • 2004: 44
  • 2005: 49
  • 2006: 71
  • 2007: 87
  • 2008: 131
  • 2009:170
  • 2010: 210
  • Increase of 377% since 2004

Total number of Ecampus courses offered

  • 2004/2005: 444
  • 2009/2010: 713
  • Increase of 61% in five years

Total number of Ecampus degrees offered

  • 2004/2005: 13
  • 2009/2010: 35 (19 degrees and 16 minors)
  • Increase of 169% in five years

New Courses Developed 

In cooperation with the following colleges, Ecampus added nearly160 new online courses during the past academic year in the following departments: 

  • College of Liberal Arts: 93
  • College of Science: 18
  • College of Education: 15
  • College of Agriculture Sciences: 16
  • College of Engineering: 5
  • College of Forestry:5
  • College of Health and Human Science: 4
  • College of Business: 2
  • College of Pharmacy: 1

To see a complete list of all Ecampus courses, visit the Schedule of Classes.

New degree programs

During the past academic year, Ecampus added eight new degree programs to our offerings.

Undergraduate

  • Economics (BA/BS)
  • Fisheries and Wildlife (BS)
  • General Anthropology (BA/BS)
  • General Horticulture (BS)
  • Women Studies (BA/BS)

Graduate

  • GIScience (graduate certificate)
  • Management for Science Professionals (graduate certificate)
  • Master of Natural Resources

View the Degree and Program overview page for information on all Ecampus degrees.

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