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Synonyms for elective

not compulsory or automatic

Synonyms for elective

a course that the student can select from among alternatives

subject to popular election

not compulsory

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New electives offered are "Team-Based Ethics," "Rapid Team Deployment," "Agility for a Competitive Environment," "Exploding the ISO 9001 and ISO 9002 Myths," "Systems Diagnosis and Simulation: A Systems Dynamics Approach" and "Advanced Systems Principles for Diagnosis and Decision Making.
UCSC Extension's certificate programs are a sequential series of core courses and electives.
More than 30 faculty are members of the Entrepreneurial and Service Management Unit, offering some sixteen electives as well as the required course The Entrepreneurial Manager.
Sample Degree Program Prerequisite Schedule sample shows how you can complete all prerequisite courses with InterAct only Course Method Dates CME Credit Price Core Courses Physician in InterAct Anytime 21 core + $l,440/$l,690 Management Express 14 (All elective 6 Modules) Managing InterAct Mar 16 - 24 core $l,450/$l,700 Physician Apr 26, Performance 2012 Financial InterAct Mar 09 - 24 core $l,450/$l,700 Decision Apr 19, Making 2012 Three Faces of InterAct May 04 - 24 core $l,450/$l,700 Quality Jun 14, 2012 Elective Courses MetaLeadership InterAct Anytime 9 elective $600/$800 Express Health Law InterAct Anytime 8 elective $375/$490 Express Grand Total 93 core/31 $6,675/$8,080 electives For more information about the master's degree program visit: acpe.
All three electives meet the requirements of a one-semester high school course and are incorporated into the existing A+nyWhere Learning System, which includes the core subjects of language arts, math, science and social studies.
However, since publication, it has become increasingly evident that supervisors are requesting more information pertaining to how electives are defined.
In addition," Jarrell says, "we recommend that every staff member take two electives each year.
While most summer school classes are remedial in nature - for students who failed classes during the regular term or wish to retake a class to improve a grade - it is also a popular option for students who need driver education and health classes required for graduation or electives such as fine arts and keyboarding.
Officers who successfully complete the requirements for the AS degree may transfer their law enforcement and general education credits to Weber State University to pursue a bachelor's degree in criminal justice, but they must take additional general education courses and electives before obtaining junior status.
Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management offers three management communication electives for second-year MBAs.
The electives are designed for students who are working more independently to complete their elective credits.
More hours available within Section I electives to choose courses that appeal to you
The CON, IPM, and PUR Functional Advisor, Deidre Lee established a requirement for electives to be completed as part of the certification process.
The school, known in town as ``Santa Su,'' was Ventura County's first high school magnet, allowing students to take electives in performing arts and technology as they matriculated through math, English and history classes.