Answered By: Rich Gause Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014 Views: 696
The two largest rooms currently used on campus for classes hold 455 students (Visual Arts Building) and 448 students (College of Sciences Building). Biology and Chemistry each have course sections with class capacities of 455, but there may be courses in other departments besides those two.
At least three courses in the College of Business Administration have larger sections, but the face-to-face classroom only handles a capacity of 285 students, with the other students viewing the video stream live via the web or after the class through lecture capture. The Supply Chain Management course has a capacity of 1,200 students; the Legal & Ethical Environment of Business course has a capacity of 985 students; the Business Cornerstone course has a capacity of 720 students.
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