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  • Mathematics M.S.
    Summer Camp Welcome Print Program Details The Masters of Science in Mathematics program prepares students for careers featuring quantitative skills and problem solving competencies Typical vocational paths for graduates of the program include actuarial science financial analysis statistical analysis and education on the secondary or post secondary level Our program offers small class sizes opportunities for research collaboration with faculty professional development through conference participation and the opportunity to gain teaching experience by supporting the undergraduate pedagogical mission The emphasis of the program is on applied mathematics however the core courses provide a rigorous theoretical treatment of the traditional major components of the discipline Exceptional students will be fully prepared to enter a doctoral program At the conclusion of the two year program students participate in a research seminar One quarter of the required credits for the degree may be fulfilled by electives chosen to align with students special interests The program is not thesis based but students sit for one core comprehensive examination after the completion of coursework chosen by the student Student Profile The student profile provides the interquartile ranges 25th 75th percentiles of the entrance exam scores for students admitted to the program This information is provided

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/MathMS/index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Vpelofv
    currently has no certified native teachers FGCU students learn about Seminole culture from the aides The aides in turn learn course knowledge and ideal teaching strategies thereby becoming more self confident and more competent in interpreting education in terms of their culture Non degreed aides gain teaching competencies This program may spur them to complete an education program or to study towards certification or Child Development Associates CDAs As parents the aides gain those skills needed to guide their own children as well Benefits of Partnered Teaching As partnered teachers paired Seminole aides and FGCU student teachers plan execute and evaluate lesson plans and also mentor each other Partnered training emphasizes trust appreciation of both cultures respect for each other s values and modeling teaching behavior Partnered teachers select teaching methods from an array of activities such as creating math word problems writing out the process of doing math making models counting and measuring listening reading writing and illustrating stories using drama or acting out stories using puppets spelling words learning words in native Creek language and researching information in the Seminole reservation library Benefits of Language Experience Teaching T he language experience approach to teaching emphasizes cultural relevancy as

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/vpelofv/mentor.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Office 2000 Tutorials · FGCU Technology Skills Orientation
    PowerPoint 2007 Access 2007 Office 2000 Tutorials Library Tutorials Technology Support Glossary Home Feedback Select an Office Program Word is the word processing program of the Microsoft Office suite that allows you to create documents and reports Excel lets you develop spreadsheets that display data in various tabular and visual formats Power Point creates multimedia presentations to display information in a graphical format Access is a database program that stores

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/support/office2000/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Procurement Services
    accurate estimate of all articles to be shipped and all services required is essential as the carrier will provide the University with an estimate to budget your move If the estimate is greater than the allocated amount you will be responsible for the additional amount to be collected C O D Date for pickup and delivery will be set directly between you and the moving company the carrier will notify the University so that a purchase order may be issued The University does not pay for exclusive use of a moving van or expedited service The carrier will invoice the University for all authorized moving charges In instances where there are ceiling amounts you the person being moved will be responsible for payment to the carrier of any overage by cash cashier s check or credit card upon delivery of your goods The carrier may not accept personal checks Following these guidelines will help to ensure a successful move If you have any questions or problems at any time during this entire process please call your carrier contact representative OPTION 2 Self Move If you choose to move yourself via Ryder U Haul etc or use a mover other than on our contract then the University will reimburse you up to the pre determined allowance amount based upon your receipts Any excess amount reverts back to the University and any overage must be paid directly by you to the vendor The University will not have any involvement in your move except to process your reimbursement afterwards The following process is recommended for self moves Rent the truck and any equipment necessary to complete the household move i e hand truck for heavy items Purchase boxes tape packing materials and obtain receipts Obtain receipts for all fuel purchased for the moving truck Obtain receipts for tolls if applicable Decline any type of insurance offered unless you are willing to pay for it The University cannot reimburse for any type of insurance You should check your homeowners and auto insurance policies for items in transit overage that may be covered Complete a Payee Invoice and attach all receipts pertaining to the move of household goods ONLY Please note that we will NOT reimburse for the following insurance on contents to move automobiles including pulling via dolly hired drivers labor to help with the loading unloading unless a copy of the cancelled check is provided personal expenses food hotel phone calls mileage airfare taxis etc storage charges unpacking at destination late charges In addition you will have to provide a detailed list of receipts and inventory list e g 4 boxes of books 3 boxes of kitchen items etc and copies of cancelled checks or credit card slips for all allowable expenses The University will cover the cost of boxes or moving equipment and the complete truck rental and the gas for Ryder U Haul type truck that you drive but not personal expenses hotel meals phone calls taxis etc these are NOT

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/AS/Purchasing/moving-expenses.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Music Programs
    Minor Music Faculty Staff Adjunct Faculty Auditions Audition Application Ensembles Music Building Contact Us Music Events Concerts Student Ensembles Recitals Information and Directions HUM 2510 Workshops Camps Student Resources Student Handbook Related Links CAS Home Bower School of Music the Arts Home Concentrations Choral Concentration Instrumental Concentration Print Program Details Audition dates for admission and scholarships are Saturday October 17 2015 Vocal Instrumental Only Wellington High School 2101 Greenview Blvd Wellington FL 33414 Saturday November 14 2015 Saturday February 13 2016 Saturday March 19 2016 Saturday April 16 2016 Recorded Audition Non Florida Residents only LIMITED ACCESS PROGRAM The Music Progam program at FGCU has been designated as a Limited Access Program This means that in addition to being fully admitted by FGCU you will need to apply to the Bower School of Music schedule an audition and be admitted into the Music Program Students must audition by November 14 2015 for Spring 2016 admission and by April 16 2016 for Fall 2016 admission SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS The audition for admission to the Bower School of Music also serves as the audition for possible scholarship assistance Music scholarships can only be awarded to students who have completed the FAFSA and FGCU

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Music/mEd-index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • Music Programs
    Music Faculty Staff Adjunct Faculty Auditions Audition Application Ensembles Music Building Contact Us Music Events Concerts Student Ensembles Recitals Information and Directions HUM 2510 Workshops Camps Student Resources Student Handbook Related Links CAS Home Bower School of Music the Arts Home Concentrations Voice Concentration Piano Concentration Instrumental Concentration Print Program Details Audition dates for admission and scholarships are Saturday October 17 2015 Vocal Instrumental Only Wellington High School 2101 Greenview Blvd Wellington FL 33414 Saturday November 14 2015 Saturday February 13 2016 Saturday March 19 2016 Saturday April 16 2016 Recorded Audition Non Florida Residents only LIMITED ACCESS PROGRAM The Music Progam program at FGCU has been designated as a Limited Access Program This means that in addition to being fully admitted by FGCU you will need to apply to the Bower School of Music schedule an audition and be admitted into the Music Program Students must audition by November 14 2015 for Spring 2016 admission and by April 16 2016 for Fall 2016 admission SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS The audition for admission to the Bower School of Music also serves as the audition for possible scholarship assistance Music scholarships can only be awarded to students who have completed the FAFSA and

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Music/m2014-index.asp (2016-02-07)
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  • NCAA Div I
    I Certification Process is designed to ensure that FGCU is maintaining the integrity of intercollegiate athletics and meeting the requirements and the responsibilities associated with operating a Division I Athletics program This includes meeting the requirements of 1 academic integrity 2 gender diversity and student athlete well being and 3 governance and commitment to rules compliance FGCU has established the following broad based goals for our NCAA Division I Athletics Certification Process Ensure that the FGCU intercollegiate athletics program is operating in accordance with the high standards and core values of NCAA Division I Identify opportunities to improve the FGCU intercollegiate athletics program Involve all constituent groups in the self study process to ensure transparency and to educate the community about the athletics program s goals and purposes and the role that intercollegiate athletics plays in the university FGCU Athletics Florida Gulf Coast University FGCU offers a dynamic and successful intercollegiate athletics program that benefits students student athletes faculty staff and the greater community Since debuting in 2000 with the launch of men s and women s golf and men s and women s tennis FGCU athletics has enjoyed remarkable success as a young program in only its 10th year

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/Info/NCAACert/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Notices
    locations Colleges and Schools College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work Lutgert College of Business U A Whitaker College of Engineering Office and Departments Athletics Graduate Studies Library Services Office of Curriculum and Instuction OCI Office of the President Office of the Registrar Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Student Affairs and their departments University Advancement and their departments Notices made available

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