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  • FGCU Financing Corporation
    organization of the University as defined by Florida Statutes Chapter 1004 28 Operations of the Financing Corporation began July 1 2003 The Financing Corporation was established to receive hold invest and administer property and to make expenditures to or for the exclusive benefit of i the University or ii a research and development park or research and development authority affiliated with the University and organized under Part V or Chapter 159 of Florida Statutes Operating revenues and expenses generally include only fiscal transactions directly related to these activities Included in non operating revenues is investment income The Financing Corporation also has the authority to issue bonds and other forms of indebtedness upon the approval of the University s Board of Trustees as well as to enter into agreements to finance design construct lease purchase and or operate facilities necessary and desirable to serve the needs of the University Specifically the operations of the Financing Corporation consist of contracting for the design and construction of student residential housing parking facilities the student union bookstore food service facilities and certain other projects as well as the issuance of bonded debt to finance such construction As such the Financing Corporation supervises and accounts

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/financecorp/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Finance (B.S.)
    Slaw Dog Invitational Golf Tournament have increased and sustained the fund The REIS Scholarship Foundation is a not for profit registered 501 c 3 corporation supported by contributions from the real estate and business community with scholarships offered to students at several area universities and colleges Information on contributing to either of the REIS scholarship programs is available at the REIS web site www reis swfl org or Mark Morris 239 489 3303 extension 175 Criteria school contacts and other information on the program are also available at the REIS web site from left Mark Morris Real Estate Investment Society Scholarship Chair Christopher Westley Director of Regional Economic Research Institute at FGCU scholars John Doherty and Krista Swift and Tim Allen and Shelton Weeks professors at Lutgert College of Business at FGCU Text and photo above courtesy of Real Estate Investment Society February 17 2015 Dr Bruce McCain Chief Investment Strategist Key Private Bank spoke to Dr Steve Fraser s Principles of Investments class He discussed the economic outlook and the implication for financial markets Article by Dr McCain at Forbes com Fall 2014 The photo below is from Dr Shelton Weeks Financial Policy Course Spring 2014 Lucas Institute for Real Estate Studies Hosts Career Forum The 5th annual Real Estate Career Forum was held on the evening of April 7 in Marieb Hall on the FGCU campus The Forum was sponsored by the Lucas Institute for Real Estate studies housed in the Lutgert College of Business and directed by Professor Shelton Weeks The objective of the Forum is to provide our students with an in depth understanding of the career and investment opportunities available in real estate markets As always the Forum was well attended with an audience of 60 students from the Lutgert College and across campus More information and photos from the event Spring 2014 Department of Economics and Finance hosts 6th Letters Event The Department of Economics and Finance recently hosted the 6th FGCU Lutgert College of Business Letters Event Each spring semester finance specialists representing a variety of professional designations are invited to participate in a panel discussion The local professionals share with students what is required to earn the credential how important the label is within their practice and what the landscape might hold in Southwest Florida for students desiring to pursue the designation Panelists this year and their designations included Mr Leo Boisvert Certified Investment Management Analyst CIMA and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst CDFA Mr Jeffrey Tuscan Certified Public Accountant CPA and Mr Gary Medley Certified Financial PlannerTM CFP We thank our panelists for their continued support of FGCU and our students January 2014 Recognition for the LCOB Finance Program Florida Gulf Coast University has become the latest university to be welcomed into the CFA Institute University Recognition Program The LCOB s finance major has been acknowledged as incorporating at least 70 percent of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge CBOK and placing emphasis on the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CoB/finbs/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Office of the Controller
    Office of the Controller Home Department Chart Staff Directory Procedure Manual restricted Forms restricted Reference Material restricted Departments Finance Accounting Construction Accounting General Ledger Maintenance Property Inventory Surplus Inventory Tax Administration Treasury and Cash Management Procurement Services Student Financial Services Bursar Financial Aid Office of The Controller Edwards Hall 10501 FGCU Blvd South Ft Myers FL 33965 6565 Finance Accounting Coming soon Accreditation Contact the Webmaster FGCU Directory An EO

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/AS/Finance/FinanceandAccounting.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Environmental and Sustainability Education
    of Southern Maine Portland Maine 17 Oct 2008 Wohlpart A James The Work of Restoration Ecology Restoring Biography and Landscape in Janisse Ray s Ecology of a Cracker Childhood Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Reno Nevada 11 Oct 2008 Corcoran Peter Blaze The Urgency of Mainstreaming Environmental Sustainability in Higher Education Invited Keynote Address at Symposium for Environmental Sustainability in Higher Education Taking Action at Miami Dade College Miami Dade College Miami Florida 3 Oct 2008 Economicology 2008 panelist Wege Foundation Aquinas College Grand Rapids Michigan 24 April 2008 Earth Charter Ethics Suporting Young People on the Journey to Sustainability Ripon College Ripon Wisconsin 22 April 2008 The Urgency of Mainstreaming Sustainability in Higher Education An Ethical Perspective Ripon College Ripon Wisconsin 22 April 2008 Corcoran Peter Blaze Solimano Jessica Talk on Florida Gulf Coast University Greening the University Conference Saint Thomas College Miami Florida 4 Aprl 2008 Corcoran Peter Blaze Islands in a Gathering Storm Center for Environmental and Sustainability Education Fundraising Reception Sanibel Island Florida 11 March 2008 Wohlpart James Focus the Nation at Florida Gulf Coast University Fort Myers Florida 31 Jan 2008 Corcoran Peter Blaze Humane Sustainable Food Systems and Education for Sustainable Development Plenary address at the 4th International Conference on Environmental Education Ahmedabad India 27 Nov 2007 Sharing Experiences in Bringing Sustainability Values into Education 4th International Conference on Environmental Education Ahmedabad India 26 Nov 2007 The Earth Charter and Humane Sustainable Living 4th International Conference on Environmental Education Ahmedabad India 26 Nov 2007 Reflections on Urgency Mainstreaming Higher Education for Sustainability Keynote addresses at the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment Tertiary Roundtable Melbourne Australia 21 Nov 2007 The Earth Charter Possibilities and Problematics in Higher Education for Sustainability Keynote addresses at the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment Tertiary Roundtable Melbourne Australia 21 Nov 2007 The Theology of the Earth Charter Remarks given at the Conservation Theology Consultation Jovili Meo Mission Centre Pacific Theological College Veiuto Suva Fiji 19 Oct 2007 Toward an Enduring Earth Educational Possibilities of the Earth Charter Remarks given at the Lee County Environmental Education Program Calusa Nature Center Fort Myers Florida 14 April 2007 The Earth Charter in Higher Education for Sustainable Development International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development in Higher Education and Policy Making Yonsei University Seoul South Korea 31 Jan 2007 Stewardship of Earth Community Lecture Series at Saint Michael and All Angels Church Sanibel Island Florida 5 Nov 2006 The Earth Charter in Environmental Education Keynote address at the National University of Lesotho Lesotho 29 June 2007 Intergenerational Responsibility and the Earth Charter Sanibel Captiva Rotary International Club Sanibel Island Florida 25 August 2006 Remarks Given at Linen Keynote speaker at an event of Rippleffect Inc Cow Island Maine 22 July 2006 Invited speaker at Pates Centre Cheltenham England 22 June 2006 La Educación Superior y la Carta de la Tierra Keynote Speaker and workshop organizer Earth Charter adoption by the University of Guanajuato Guanajuato Mexico 8 9 Mar 2006 Corcoran Peter Blaze

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CESE/otherPublications.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Admissions Prospective
    Admission Requirements International Students Application Process Financial Forms Visa Clearance Form Estimated Expenses for International Students International FAQ How to Apply Non Degree Students Request Information Information About Requesting Information Majors Honors Program Visiting Campus Schedule a Visit Eagle Expo Open House Driving Directions to FGCU Main Campus Campus Map Tour Evaluation Local Hotels Closest Local Hotels Entire List Sugden Welcome Center Welcome Center Team Open House College Fairs and Recruiting Recruiting Staff Tuition Waivers Scholarships and Financial Aid Tuition Waivers Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Merit Scholarship Programs Latin American Caribbean Scholarship What To Do On Campus What To Do Off Campus Housing Admissions Forms Related Links Admissions Home Step 2 Applicants Step 3 Admitted Meet The Staff Foreign Language Requirement All students admitted as freshmen or transfers must satisfy or meet exemption qualifications from the state foreign language admission requirement Students who do not meet this requirement may be admitted with the condition that they fulfill the requirement by completing a two semester sequence of a foreign language prior to graduation Students satisfy the requirement by having completed two 2 years of a foreign language sequence in high school or eight 8 or more semester hours of a foreign language sequence in a previously attended college or university Upper Level Transfer applicants may submit an official high school transcript showing they have completed 2 years of foreign language sequence in high school Students are exempt from the foreign language requirement if one or more of the following conditions are met The student received an Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public community college prior to September 1 1989 The student enrolled in a program of study leading to an Associate of Arts degree at a Florida public community college prior to August 1989 and who maintained continuous enrollment

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  • Forensic Studies (M.S.)
    Studies Concentrations Forensic Behavioral Analysis Concentration Human Identity and Trauma Analysis Concentration Print Program Details The Master of Science M S in Forensic Studies degree program provides students the opportunity to gain advanced knowledge and academic credentials through an interdisciplinary course of study and specialization A component of the College of Arts Sciences Justice Studies Department the M S in Forensic Studies program offers comprehensive education and training in two applied research concentrations Forensics Behavioral Analysis and Human Identity and Trauma Analysis A challenging curriculum delivered by accomplished practitioner scholars provides students foundational and progressive knowledge and experience in theory methods applied research and field work Graduates typically pursue or seek to advance careers within investigative and law enforcement agencies continue their education within a distinct range of doctoral programs e g forensic psychology forensic anthropology skeletal biology bio archaeology or social work and or contribute to developing and promulgating relevant policies for local county state and federal agencies The Master of Science M S in Forensic Studies degree program requires the completion of 4 x credit hours and admits qualified students during the fall and spring terms MEMO Program Status for Graduate Students SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION Student Profile Incoming students

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/ForensicsMS/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Forensics Studies (B.S.)
    and prosecution of criminal offenders This curriculum integrates the theoretical perspectives of different disciplines pertaining to deviant and criminal behavior with the practice of identification procurement and presentation of evidence resulting from criminal activity This program builds upon a solid liberal arts core to achieve a balanced criminal justice perspective which includes an emphasis upon the victim the offender the criminal justice system and society Recognizing the multidisciplinary nature of

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/ForensicsBS/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • General Education Program
    Course Design Grant Awards 2011 2012 Student Success Engagement Grant Awards 2010 2011 Creative Course Design Grant Awards 2009 2010 Creative Course Design Grant Awards 2008 2009 Creative Course Design Grant Awards GEP Faculty Showcase Program Assessment 2015 2020 Program Assessment 2013 2014 Assessment Reports 2012 2013 Assessment Reports 2011 2012 Assessment Reports 2010 2011 Assessment Reports General Education Program Review 2009 General Education Council General Education Program Director General Education Program Revision Related Links Office of Undergraduate Studies Welcome to Florida Gulf Coast University I am thrilled to introduce you to one of the most enriching experiences of an FGCU education the General Education Program GEP Written Communication and Quantitative Reasoning classes in the GEP help you exercise the writing and mathematics skills vital to your success in and out of the classroom Critical Thinking classes encourage you to develop your own informed scholarly voice as a student of the Humanities Social Sciences and Natural Sciences Finally Intercultural Knowledge classes put you on the path toward success in navigating a world of diverse cultures and people The 36 credit hour General Education Program readies you for the academic demands of your major and prepares you for a lifetime of

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/general_education/ (2016-02-07)
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