Related field definition

Related field means architecture, civil engineering, horticulture, or other field as determined appropriate by the board.
Related field means Counseling, Human Services, Criminology/Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Educational Counseling, Education, Nursing and Health. Allied mental health field or counseling related field including social work, guidance and counseling, mental health, psychology, family studies, marriage and family therapy, family sciences, rehabilitation counseling, counselor education, or social anthropology.
Related field means Human Services, Public Administration, Educational Counseling, Nursing and Health.

Examples of Related field in a sentence

  • Related field means a field of study with a similar curriculum of study but is referenced by a different name.

  • Related field AAS degree-holders will be required to complete either by direct transfer and/or completion of coursework at Misericordia University, at least one course in all core curriculum areas prior to graduation.

  • Minor or Related field: Six or more semester credits in one or more areas outside the major.

  • Date: Seal and Signature of theBidder CURRICULAM VITAE Sr.No.Details of person 1.Name 2.Age 3.Qualifications 4.Experience in Project Related field 5.Other experiences 6.Employment Record.

  • Date: Seal and Signature of the Bidder STATEMENTNO.–3 CURRICULAMVITAE Sr.No.Details of person 1.Name 2.Age 3.Qualifications 4.Experience in Project Related field 5.Other experiences 6.Employment Record.


More Definitions of Related field

Related field means any field with training requirements, job duties, and experience similar to those of the private security services field in which the applicant wishes to be licensed, certified, or registered. This term includes law enforcement and certain categories of the military.
Related field means a degree program in the helping professions and may include any of the following:
Related field means health education, behavioral science, sociology, psychology, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, social work, psychiatry, nursing, divinity, criminal jus- tice, and counseling education.
Related field means a profession using counseling whose academic requirements include degree programs from an accredited college or university that has curricula in areas such as gerontology, human services, marriage and family therapy, mental health, pastoral counseling, psychology, psychotherapy, social work, and other areas approved by the Board.
Related field means health education, behavioral science, sociology, psychology, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, social work, psychiatry, nursing, divinity, crimi- nal justice, and counseling education.
Related field means a field having an impact on or affecting the field of landscape architecture including, but not limited to, such fields as architecture or engineering.
Related field means health education, behavioral science, sociology, psychology, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, social work, psychiatry, nursing, divinity, criminal justice, and counseling education.[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.205.100 and 18.205.060. WSR 16-14-052, § 246-811-010, filed 6/29/16, effective 7/30/16. Statutory Authority: Chapter 18.205 RCW. WSR 09-14-111, § 246-811-010, filed 6/30/09, effective7/1/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.205.060(1). WSR 99-13-084, § 246- 811-010, filed 6/14/99, effective 7/15/99.] WAC 246-811-020 Sexual misconduct. (1) The defini- tions and prohibitions on sexual misconduct described in chapter 246-16 WAC apply to chemical dependency profes- sionals and a chemical dependency professional trainee except WAC 246-16-100 (4) and (5).(2) A chemical dependency professional or a chemical dependency professional trainee shall never engage, or attempt to engage, in the activities listed in WAC 246-16-100(1) and (2) with a former patient, former client or former key party.[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.130.050 and 18.205.060. WSR 17-24-084, § 246-811-020, filed 12/5/17, effective 1/5/18. Statutory Authority: Chapter 18.205 RCW. WSR 09-14-111, § 246-811-020, filed 6/30/09, effective7/1/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.155.040, 18.19.050, 18.225.040,18.205.060, 18.130.050. WSR 08-07-090, § 246-811-020, filed 3/19/08,effective 4/19/08.] EDUCATION WAC 246-811-030 Educational requirements. (1) Except as provided for in WAC 246-811-077 and 246-811- 078, the minimum education requirements for a chemical dependency professional credential are: