So, I was looking at the registration for the various courses in the Ph.D. in Criminal Justice at Liberty for the fall. I noticed that there are 12 sections (15 students each) of CJUS700 (the first course). My math says that's 180 students. Is that typical for an online program? I know a lot of in-person programs normally accept a small number of students. Also, some online, cohort-based programs limit the number of students they admit (typically 20-30). Did any school recently discontinue their online Ph.D. in CJ? Does COVID-19 has anything to do with this? I've never seen so many sections of students taking CJUS700. Even the summer term B and D had a total of 7 sections none of which had the maximum number of 15 students. Of course, some of those students will drop out after a course or two (it's the sad reality).