elective

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Something that is option or that may be elected, especially a course of tertiary study
That involves a choice between options; optional or discretionary

My insurance wouldn't pay for the operation because it was elective surgery.

Of, or pertaining to voting or elections
{a} relating to or excercising choice
A course in the curriculum in the choosing of which a student has some options, as opposed to a required course The term free or unrestricted elective denotes that the student either has complete choice in the selection of a course or choice among courses in several different fields A restricted elective is one limited to a certain discipline or group of disciplines, such as an English elective or a social science elective
{s} not required, optional; chosen by election
In an American college, an optional study or course of study
a course called for in a curriculum without specific identification; the student "elects" the course to be taken The area in which the elective must be chosen is sometimes specified
a course called for in a curriculum without specific identification; the student "elects’’ the course to be taken The area in which the elective must be chosen is sometimes specified
Dependent on choice; bestowed or passing by election; as, an elective study; an elective office
Course chosen by the student, or by the student and designated adviser, as opposed to a required course The term "elective," without a qualifier, will be understood to be a free elective, chosen by the student at his or her option from all the courses offered by the University for degree credit, with due regard for prerequisites
An elective course is one that is not required by the Core curriculum or the students' major or minor program of study They choose to take it out of their own interest In most cases, the credit counts toward graduation as each program of study allows a certain amount of choice beyond the list of required courses
not compulsory; "elective surgery"; "an elective course of study"
A course that you may choose in order to fulfill degree requirements, but is not a specifically required course for your major
subject to popular election; "elective official"
subject to popular election; "elective official" not compulsory; "elective surgery"; "an elective course of study
an academic course freely selected by a student to fulfill degree requirements
Exerting the power of choice; selecting; as, an elective act
Courses which a student may choose without restriction of a particular major program-curriculum
Some management courses offer a choice of electives or course options to participants The aim is to extend the Core curriculum to enable individuals to pursue their particular interests - i e to some extent to tailor the course to their particular needs Given that all good courses will aim to cover a core curriculum in adequate depth - it is possible that the longer courses will have the greater choice of electives
An elective post or committee is one to which people are appointed as a result of winning an election. Buchanan has never held elective office
a course that does not meet any set of requirements
a course needed for graduation credit, but not one of the specific course requirements
Health care procedure that is not an emergency and that the patient and doctor plan in advance (ex knee replacement or prostate surgery) Back to Top
An elective is a subject which a student can choose to study as part of his or her course. a course that students can choose to take, but they do not have to take it in order to graduate
• Course chosen by the student, as opposed to required course The term elective, without a qualifier, will be understood to be a free elective, chosen by the student at his or her option from all the courses offered by the University for degree credit, with due regard for prerequisites
a course which is related to the courses in a major or which counts as general credit toward a degree
Some majors (e g , Engineering) require enough units to fulfill all of the units necessary for a degree Many other majors do not In those cases you must take extra courses, usually outside of the major department, to fulfill the degree's unit requirements See Unit Requirements in the Graduation Requirements section of this web site for further information on unit requirements
An elective is a course a student chooses based on her or his professional or personal interests Different programs will usually apply restrictions regarding the number and the nature of courses from the various categories of courses (Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, Mathematics, Arts, Liberal Arts, or other specialized groups)
Elective surgery is surgery that you choose to have before it becomes essential
Course chosen either from a specified group of courses or from all the courses offered by the University
a college level course or subject taken by a student which counts as credit earned toward graduation requirements but is not required for a major, minor, or general studies
Most MBA programs offer a choice of electives or course options to participants The aim is to extend the Core curriculum to enable individuals to pursue their particular interests - i e to some extent to tailor the program to their particular needs Given that all good programs will aim to cover a certain and substantial core curriculum in adequate depth - it is possible that the longer programs will have the greater choice of electives
a course the student chooses in addition to completing the general education requirement or major/department requirements
Some courses are required for particular major or general education Other courses, however, are "electives," meaning that you, yourself, "elect" (choose) to take them
Courses or programs pursued in addition to the collegial, departmental, major, and liberal education degree requirements
Pertaining to, or consisting in, choice, or right of choosing; electoral
A course in which a student chooses to enroll, as distinguished from a specific course required as part of a particular course of study
a course which the student may study by choice but which may or may not be required for the student's particular degree
not compulsory; "elective surgery"; "an elective course of study
– A course not required for a major field of study or for general education
{i} educational course which a student may choose from among alternatives
elective share
A proportion of a decedent's estate which the surviving spouse may claim, as a substitute for what they were left in the decedent's will
elective shares
plural form of elective share
elective course
optional class, non-mandatory school course chosen by a student
elective mutism
voluntary mutism, mutism caused by psychogenic reasons, mutism that is voluntary on the part of a patient
electively
{a} by choice, with or in preference
electively
through choice, by voting
electively
In an elective manner; by choice
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There are a series of elective exams you can choose to do on top of the 4 Core exams You need to get at least 2 more electives Some examples are TCP/IP and Internet Information Server (IIS)
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In addition to your compulsory courses, some programs allow you to select from a range of other courses to complete your academic program These are known as electives
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Courses that are not required but are taken by the student out of personal interest for unit credit
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Electives are courses of your choice, which may be taken for credit toward a degree or certificate in your curriculum They may be chosen from a wide variety of courses
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  Courses that are not used to meet specific major, general education, or graduation requirements, but can be used to complete the total units required for a degree
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Courses that are not required as part of a degree program, but are generally chosen and used by the student to supplement or enrich the required curriculum
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Possibly the least understood course designation Nearly all courses taught at UWMC count towards specific degree requirements, either as general education (humanities, science, social science etc ) or as required courses for a major Some courses do not -- these are "electives" BUT, all degrees require a minimum number of credits, and a certain number of these can be electives (the number varies from program to program) So, they are not "lost" or "wasted" -- they count towards your degree In fact, most electives are extremely useful in expanding your knowledge of a subject and, if well chosen, can lead you in directions you never thought to try contents
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Electives are courses selected at a student's discretion Electives may be partially restricted, such as a selection from a specified group of courses identified to fulfill a particular requirement or they may be "free" electives which may be selected from any course for which the student has proper prerequisites Electives provide opportunities for students to pursue personal interests and to gain general knowledge
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Subjects chosen freely to take credits towards their intended degree
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Some degrees offer you options as to classes you can take that aren't listed specifically in the requirements Read the degree requirements carefully Some degrees restrict your elective choices to specific types of courses
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Courses taken that do not fulfill general education or major requirements May be taken for interest and/or to fulfill unit requirement for graduation or transfer
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Electives are courses you choose to take They make up the difference between the specific courses required for your degree and the number of courses you need to graduate
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Courses which a student may choose without the restriction of a particular major, program or curriculum; optional, not required
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Courses that are not used to meet specific major, general education, or graduation requirements, but can be used to complete the total units required for a degree
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Courses which are not a required part of a degree program are electives Some departments may insist that their majors choose between certain electives (referred to as Restricted Electives)
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