MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Complete three courses: 1 from A, 1 from B, 1 from A,B, or C
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MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. The Employer and the Union agree to conduct a joint review of workload in the Math/Science Department. The Employer and the Union agree that the maximum full-time instructional workload for faculty teaching Mathematics and Science laboratory courses shall not exceed eighteen (18) student contact hours in any one duty week. North Island College Faculty Association North Island College Date: Memorandum of Agreement Between‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌ North Island College And
MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Complete three courses: 1 from a, 1 from b, 1 from a, b, or c Anat 1 Introduction to Human Biology (L) Biol 3A/B Introduction to Biology (L) Biol 6 General Biology I (L) Biol 7 General Biology II (L) Chem 060 Introductory General Chemistry I (L) Chem 101 General Chemistry I (L) Chem 102 General Chemistry II (L) Chem 211 Organic Chemistry for Science Majors (L) Chem 221 Biochemistry for Science Majors (L) ErSc 001-002 Earth Science (L) Geog 001-015 Physical Geography (L) Geol 004 Physical Geology and Laboratory (L) Micr 020 General Microbiology (L) Phys 001 Intro to Human Physiology (L) Phyc 006 General Physics I (L) Phyc 007 General Physics II (L) Physiol 001 Intro to Human Physiology (L)
MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Complete three courses: 1 from A, 1 from B, 1 from A,B, or C XXX 2AB Anatomy and Physiology BIO 1 General Biology BIO 2A Invertebrate Zoology BIO 2B Vertebrate Zoology BIO 3 Field Botany BIO 5 General Botany BIO 7 Marine Biology BIO 8 Principles of Ecology BIO 11 Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology BIO 12 Introduction to Organismal and Population Biology CHE 1AB General Chemistry CHE 2AB Introductory Chemistry CHE 3 Fundamentals of Chemistry GEG 1-1L Physical Geography GEO 1-1L Physical Geology MIC 1 Microbiology OCE 1-1L Introduction to Oceanography PHY 2AB General Physics PHY 4A Mechanics PHY 4B Electricity & Magnetism PHY 4C Heat, Light, and Waves PHY 10-11 Introductory General Physics/Physics Lab B) MATHEMATICS (MS2) MAT 1A Calculus I MAT 1B Calculus II MAT 4 Finite Mathematics MAT 5 Calculus for Business and Life Science MAT 12 Statistics MAT 25 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts Student
MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Complete three courses: 1 from A, 1 from B, 1 from A, B, or C ASTR 101-111 Descriptive Astronomy BIOL 100 Natural History-Environmental Biology BIOL 107 General Biology – Lecture and Laboratory BIOL 115 Marine Biology BIOL 131 Introduction to Biotechnology BIOL 160 Elements of Human Anatomy & Physiology BIOL 205 General Microbiology a) NATURAL LAB SCIENCE (MS1) ANTH 103 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANTH 107 Introduction to Archaeology CHIL 101 Human Growth and Development CHIL 103 Lifespan Growth and Development CHIL 141 The Child, Family, and Community BIOL 210A-B Introduction to the Biological Sciences I/II BIOL 230 Human Anatomy BIOL 235 Human Physiology CHEM 100-100L Fundamentals of Chemistry CHEM 111-111L Chemistry in Society CHEM 130-130L Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry CHEM 152-152L Introduction to General Chemistry CHEM 200-200L General Chemistry I CHEM 201-201L General Chemistry II CHEM 231-231L Organic Chemistry I CHEM 233-233L Organic Chemistry II GEOG 101-101L Physical Geography GEOL 100-101 Physical Geology PHYN 100-101 Survey of Physical Science PHYS 125 General Physics I PHYS 126 General Physics II PHYS 180A-181A General Physics I PHYS 180B-181B General Physics II PHYS 195 Mechanics PHYS 196 Electricity and Magnetism PHYS 197 Waves, Optics and Modern Physics b) MATHEMATICS (MS2) MATH 121-122 Basic Techniques of Applied MATH 150-151 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I/II ECON 120-121 Principles of Macro/Micro Economics POLI 102 The American Political System POLI 103 Comparative Politics POLI 140 Contemporary International Politics Based on the 2016-2017 San Diego Miramar Catalog
MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. (1) Computer Information Technology
MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Complete three courses: 1 from A, 1 from B, 1 from A,B, or C BIO 1 General Biology (L) BIO 4 Human Biology BIO 50AB Anatomy and Physiology I-II (L) BIO 55 Microbiology (L) BIO 60 Introduction to Molecular and Cellular
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MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Complete three courses: 1 from a, 1 from b, 1 from a, b, or c ANTH 1 Physical Anthropology BIOL 11 Human Anatomy BIOL 12 General Microbiology BIOL 19 Marine Biology


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  • Background Screening VENDOR shall comply with all requirements of Sections 1012.32 and 1012.465, Florida Statutes, and all of its personnel who (1) are to be permitted access to school grounds when students are present, (2) will have direct contact with students, or (3) have access or control of school funds, will successfully complete the background screening required by the referenced statutes and meet the standards established by the statutes. This background screening will be conducted by SBBC in advance of VENDOR or its personnel providing any services under the conditions described in the previous sentence. VENDOR shall bear the cost of acquiring the background screening required by Section 1012.32, Florida Statutes, and any fee imposed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to maintain the fingerprints provided with respect to VENDOR and its personnel. The parties agree that the failure of VENDOR to perform any of the duties described in this section shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement entitling SBBC to terminate immediately with no further responsibilities or duties to perform under this Agreement. VENDOR agrees to indemnify and hold harmless SBBC, its officers and employees from any liability in the form of physical or mental injury, death or property damage resulting from VENDOR’s failure to comply with the requirements of this section or with Sections 1012.32 and 1012.465, Florida Statutes.

  • Professional Preparation and Scholarship The certificated classroom teacher exhibits, in his/her performance, evidence of having a theoretical background and knowledge of the principles and methods of teaching, and a commitment to education as a profession.

  • LABOR AND MATERIALS 3.4.1 Unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, the Contractor shall provide and pay for labor, materials, equipment, tools, construction equipment and machinery, water, heat, utilities, transportation, and other facilities and services necessary for proper execution and completion of the Work, whether temporary or permanent and whether or not incorporated or to be incorporated in the Work.

  • Other Methods of Procurement of Goods and Works The following table specifies the methods of procurement, other than International Competitive Bidding, which may be used for goods and works. The Procurement Plan shall specify the circumstances under which such methods may be used: Procurement Method

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