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Appendix A: Pertinent Sections of the Workload Settlement Agreement
1. This Agreement is applicable to all full‑time classroom teaching members of the instructional staff for undergraduate courses.
2.* The annual undergraduate teaching contact hour** workload shall be as follows, it being understood that the term "undergraduate teaching contact hour workload” includes reassigned time assigned to the individual and approved in the college:
Professors, Associate Professors,
Assistant Professors in the senior
Professors, Associate Professors,
Assistant Professors in the
Community Colleges.....................27 hours
Instructors and Lecturers..............27 hours
In order to avoid the loss of teaching hours due to difficulties in scheduling, the annual undergraduate teaching contact hour workload shall be managed over a three-year period. The intent of this provision is to ensure that classroom contact hours not scheduled in one year because the courses assigned to the faculty member do not permit an exact correspondence with the stated workload may be scheduled in a subsequent year within the three-year period. Calculated over the three-year period, the average annual undergraduate teaching contact hour workload of every faculty member shall equal the hours specified above.
The annual undergraduate teaching contact hour workload of faculty in Substitute titles shall be three hours greater than the annual undergraduate teaching contact hour workload stated herein for the equivalent rank.
* This provision does not apply to instructional situations involving supervision of students in other than organized classes: appropriate multiples in these and related areas shall be determined by the colleges based on past experience and practices.
** For purposes of this Agreement, an undergraduate teaching contact hour is defined as an organized class which meets at a regularly scheduled time during the semester, quarter or session for one fifty-minute period or its approved equivalent period.
*** Effective August 30, 2002, at New York City College of Technology the undergraduate teaching contact hour workload for Professors, Associate Professors, and Assistant Professors shall be 26 hours. Effective August 25, 2006, the annual undergraduate teaching contact hour workload for Assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Professors at New York City College of Technology shall be 24 hours.
3. A. The concepts of Mode I and Mode II as defined in the opinion and Award in Case No. 1339-0979-76, dated February 3, 1982, are inapplicable.
B. In those colleges of the University which have a practice of contact hour multiples for specified courses during the 1981‑82 academic year, such practice may be continued.
C. The parties agree that some degree of flexibility in terms of class size and in total student load will be required by the University for the purpose of implementing this Agreement.
D. Other than as provided in Article 6 and Article 15.1 (d), (e) and (f) of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, determination of the adjustment and assignment of reassigned time shall remain discretionary with the University both as to the amount of reassigned time and as to the identity of the individual member of the Instructional Staff to whom such reassigned time is granted.