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elective

1. of or based on selection by vote
2. selected by vote
3. having the power to elect
4. open to choice; optional
5. an optional course or hospital placement undertaken by a medical student
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Qualifications: Eligible candidates have successfully completed five core classes and three electives in a classroom setting or on a self-study basis as well as the required exams.
The Contracting, Industrial and/or Contract Property Management, and Purchasing career fields have an elective requirement for all three levels of certification.
Along with class offerings, it lists prerequisites, whether the class fulfills a mandatory or elective requirement, location, instructor and schedule.
In their second year, students wishing to learn more about the field can take a corporate communication elective.
The new electives, which will be available later this semester, include sociology, health and medicine, art history, media studies, and personal fitness.
The Office of the Director, Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy has provided clarification of the elective requirement for the Contracting (CON), Industrial and Contract Property Management (IPM), and Purchasing (PUR) career fields.
The Conejo Valley Unified School District on Thursday reviewed a proposal by English teacher Marta Crawford Hoffmeier for the pilot class, to be offered as a college preparatory elective to students in grades 10 through 12.
For such individuals, MBA degrees that offer electives in health care finance, law, economics, epidemiology, ethics and values management of health professionals, and health organization management should be sought.
In addition, funding for Bass Seminars allows us to offer a third level of learning beyond core courses and traditional electives.
Both programs offer a choice of cutting-edge electives, enabling students to tailor their knowledge and expertise for their individual career objectives.
The major allows for substantial transfer of previous college credit for general requirements and electives.
CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, announced today that its A+(R), Network+(TM) and Server+(TM) certifications have been integrated as electives into the new Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator credential that was just announced October 11.