Funding Calculator for Non-Core Classes
Funding Estimate Results
Results are calculated by multiplying the first 105 student units by $450 and adding supplemental funding if applicable.*
Course payments will be evenly divided by the number primary instructors, and distributed to their academic departments.
* Supplemental funding is only available for Classes 3 units and up, and with 15 to 90 Total Student Units
|Enrollment||5 - 12||13-20||21 - 25||26 - 30|
|Supplement $ per class||$5,000||$4,000||$2,000||$1,000|
Non-Core teaching is all teaching that is not core or undergraduate. It includes all non-core MD or Graduate courses and individual study. Examples include elective clerkships, thesis & dissertation, graduate program courses, medical scholars, etc.
Non-Core Courses are funded at the rate of $450 per student unit, with a reduced rate of 25% after the first 105 units, and an additional scaled supplement for =>3-credit courses with total student units between 15 and 90. The calculator can help you to estimate the funding by course.
Funding goes directly to the department of each primary instructor, and is expected to cover all course costs (Teaching Assistants, syllabi, supplies, etc.). If the Course Director believes the projected funding will not cover the cost of a course, he or she may apply for Innovation funding.
Historical Reimbursement Rates
- 2018 $/student unit: $480
- 2019 $/student unit: $430
- 2020 $/student unit: $460
- 2021 $/student unit: $460
- 2022 $/student unit: $460
- 2023 $/student unit: $460
- 2024 $/student unit: $450