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INTERIOR DESIGN – MYTHS VS. FACTS - ASID

Since Puerto Rico first passed legislation to license interior designers in the late 1970’s many “myths” have developed about the purpose of interior design legislation. ASID believes that laws, regulation and legislation that allow designers who demonstrate advanced education and code knowledge to open new practice opportunities should be supported. Designers who become registered, certified or licensed do not limit others from practicing but open new areas to the entire profession. This legal process is no different from state regulations for architects, engineers, accountants or the hundreds of other professions that are subject to professional licensure regulation. MYTHS AND FACTS Myth: Interior design legislation puts non-registered interior designers out of business. Fact: Interior design laws supported by ASID do not put anyone out of business, and designers may continue to perform current services regardless of any legislation. ASID-supported interior design legislation allows designers to expand into areas (e.g., stamping, signing and submitting plans for permitting) that they were barred from previously. Myth: Interior design in a purely aesthetic talent that deals with colors, fabrics, finishes and furniture. There are no technical aspects of interior design. Fact: Interior design is an evolving profession includes many technical aspects. Individuals working in residential settings must comply with state and local building codes. Individuals working in more heavily regulated spaces such as office, hospitality, health, education and retail must comply with building and energy codes, indoor air quality and the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, among other health and safety issues. Myth: There is no need to hire interior designers because architects do the same work.

Annual Report 2012 - World Tourism Organization UNWTO

UNWTO Annual Report 2012 Published by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Madrid, Spain. First printing: 2013 All rights reserved. Printed in Spain. The designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinions whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the World Tourism Organization concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area, or of its authorities or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Calle Capitán Haya, 42 28020 Madrid Spain Tel.: (+34) 915 678 100 Fax: (+34) 915 713 733 Website: www.unwto.org E-mail: omt@unwto.org Citation: World Tourism Organization (2013), UNWTO Annual Report 2012, UNWTO, Madrid. publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, work and is pleased to consider permissions, licensing, and translation requests related to UNWTO publications. Permission to photocopy UNWTO material in Spain must be obtained through: Calle Monte Esquinza, 14 28010 Madrid Spain Fax: (+34) 913 08 63 27 Website: www.cedro.org E-mail: cedro@cedro.org For authorization of the reproduction of UNWTO works outside of Spain, please contact one of CEDRO’s partner organizations, with which bilateral agreements are in place (see: http://www.cedro.org/en). For all remaining countries as well as for other permissions, requests should be addressed directly to the World Tourism Organization. For applications see: http://www.unwto.org/pub/rights.htm. Printed by: Impacto Creativo de Comunicación SL C/ Menéndez Pidal, 9. Portal A, 2º C 28660 Boadilla del Monte T: 91 633 45 80 - 618 51 74 29 Introduction /p.2 1. Tourism in numbers /p. 6 2. Mainstreaming tourism in the global agenda /p. 10 3. Improving tourism competitiveness /p. 16 4. Promoting sustainable tourism development /p. 24 5. Advancing tourism´s contribution to poverty reduction and development /p. 36 6. Fostering knowledge, education and capacity-building /p. 46 7. Partnerships for tourism /p. 52 8. Regional programmes - a direct support to the Member States /p. 58 Annexes /p. 66 2012: International tourism hits one billion Against this background, 2012 was marked by substantial steps taken towards strengthening the Organization’s contribution to both the tourism competitiveness and sustainability of its Member States. 2012 was a milestone year for tourism; over one billion tourists travelled the globe in a single year. Five to six billion more are expected to have travelled within their own countries. consider that just over 60 years ago the number of international tourists worldwide stood at a mere 25 million. Never before did so many people travel to so...

Strayer University - Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority

Strayer University is a private university with three Kentucky campuses: the Lexington campus at the address above, the Louisville campus at 2650 Eastpoint Parkway, Suite 100, Louisville, KY 40223 and the Florence campus at 7300 Turfway Road, Suite 250, Florence, KY 41042. The school operates on a quarter system and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Financial Aid Admissions Lexington: Phone: 859.971.4400 Fax: 859.971.4430 Email: chad.ogle@strayer.edu Lexington: Phone: 859.971.4400 Fax: 859.971.4430 Email: lexington@strayer.edu chad.ogle@strayer.edu Louisville: Phone: 502.253.5000 Email: louisville@strayer.edu Florence: Louisville: Phone: 859.692.2800 Email: florence@strayer.edu Phone: 502.253.5000 Email: candace.ward@strayer.edu Estimated in-state costs (2012-2013): Tuition and fees ................................. $14,985 (full-time, 3 classes/quarter, 3 quarters) Room and board1.....................................4,302 Books and supplies1.................................1,350 Personal1..................................................2,390 Transportation1........................................1,760 Total1....................................................$24,787 Admission requirements: High school diploma, GED, bachelor’s degree Application deadlines: pen O 1 Pre-enrollment fees and deposits: None Fee per course for individual subjects: $1,650 Estimated Majors Accounting.....................................................................................AA,BS,MS (Options: Accounting Information Systems, Controllership, Public Accounting, Taxation) Acquisition and Contract Management...................................................... AA Business Administration............................................................. AA,BA,MBA (Options: Accounting, Acquisition, Acquisition and Contract Management, Banking, E-Business, Finance, Health Services Administration, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems Management, International Business, Legal Studies, Management, Marketing, Professional Studies, Project Management, Public Administration, Retail Management) Criminal Justice................................................................................... AA,BS (Options: Computer Security and Forensics, Criminal Justice Administration, Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Homeland Security Technology) Economics........................................................................................... AA,BS Education.................................................................................................. MA (Adult Education and Development) General Studies......................................................................................... AA Health Services Administration................................................................ MA Human Resources Management.............................................................. MA (Options: Human Resource Generalist, Human Resource and Organizational Development) Information Systems......................................................................AA,BS,MS (Options: Computer Security, Computer Security Management, Database Developer, Database Management, Decision Support System...

Strayer University - Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority

220 Lexington Green Circle, Suite 550 Lexington, KY 40503 http://www.strayer.edu/kentucky/lexington Strayer University is a private university with three Kentucky campuses: the Lexington campus at the address above; the Louisville campus at 2650 Eastpoint Parkway, Suite 100, Louisville, KY 40223; and the Florence campus at 7300 Turfway Road, Suite 250, Florence, KY 41042. The school operates on a quarter system and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Admissions and Housing 2013–2014 Estimated In-State Costs Tuition and fees .................................... $15,495 (full-time, 3 classes/quarter, 3 quarters) Room and board1. ......................................4,302 Books and supplies1...................................1,350 Personal1....................................................2,390 Transportation1...........................................1,760 Total1......................................................$25,297 1 Estimated Lexington: Phone: 859.971.4400 Fax: 859.971.4430 Email: lexington@strayer.edu chad.ogle@strayer.edu Louisville: Phone: 502.253.5000 Email: louisville@strayer.edu Florence: Phone: 859.692.2800 Email: florence@strayer.edu Fee per course for individual subjects: $1,700 Payment plan: Yes Admission requirements: High school diploma, GED, bachelor’s degree 2013–2014 Financial Aid Lexington: Phone: 859.971.4400 Fax: 859.971.4430 Email: christopher.vaughn@strayer.edu Criteria used to determine nontraditional status: Placement/credit examinations: Louisville: Application deadlines: Open Pre-enrollment fees and deposits: Application fee: $50 (nonrefundable) Florence: Phone: 859.692.2800 Email: melindagoodson@strayer.edu Grants: __ College Access Program (CAP) ✔ Federal Pell __ Kentucky Tuition Grant (KTG) ✔ Federal SEOG Scholarships: __ Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) Academics Degrees offered: Associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. See page 145 for a complete list of programs. Special programs and services: Not provided Online Services Web site information/forms: ✔ Admission application ✔ Catalog ✔ Academic calendar ✔ Campus directory Conversion scholarships/loans (service obligation): __ Federal TEACH Grant __ Kentucky Nursing Incentive Scholarship __ Minority Educator Recruitment & Retention Scholarship ✔ Scholarship application ✔ Course schedule ✔ Campus map/tour ✔ Other: Online submission: ✔ Admission application ✔ Course registration ✔ Credit card payment Phone: 502.253.5000 Email: joe.clay@strayer.edu ✔ Scholarship application ✔ Info/material request ✔ Other: Loans: ✔ Federal PLUS ✔ Federal Stafford __ Primary Care Other: __ KHEAA Work-Study ✔ Benefits VA ✔ Institutional aid ...

Strayer University Articulation Agreement - Florida Department of ...

STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ... STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ... STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ... STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ... STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ... STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ... STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ... STRAYER UNIVERSITY. A Statement of Philosophy and Intent. The State of Florida, a national leader in higher education, has given broad policy direction to the ...

PDF file link of the agreement - Virginia Education Wizard

Acceptance and Application of Credits 1, The maximum number of transfer credits accepted from an institution granting a 2-year degree will be equal to 126 quarter credit hours or 84 semester credit hours. Under this agreement, all courses required to complete the specific related associate's degree program will be articulated into the bachelor's program in their entirety. Those credits earned in excess of 63 credit hours will be evaluated by Strayer to determine applicability to major requirements, minor requirements or elective credit. 2. Students from two-year institutions where we have articulation agreements will have their entire degree program transferred in, including" C- and D" grades, allowing the student to complete their related degree program at Strayer University in about two years of full-time study. 3. Students completing a transfer Associate's degree at a VCCS college will be considered to have met all lower division general education requirements at Strayer University. If a student does not have the prerequisite for a 300 or 400 level course at SU, he or she ~ be required to take the prerequisite course before taking upper division course. SU will evaluate courses/credits earned through Advanced Placement (AP), College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), or other testing programs. SU also will evaluate courses/credits earned at other institutions. Students seeking credit for these courses must provide the university with official transcripts for evaluation.

2008 Catalog - Strayer University
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STRAYER is a registered service mark of Strayer Education, Inc. The University claims all rights of ownership to its trademarks and service marks, which include: “Strayer,” “Strayer University,” the official logos of Strayer University, and any other word, phrase, or image associated with Strayer University. Reference in this catalog to other trademarks does not indicate sponsorship, endorsement or affiliation with Strayer University by such trademark holders or their affiliates. In particular: CCP (Certified Computing Professional) is a registered trademark of the Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals. Cisco, CCNA and CCDA are registered trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Java and Java Beans are registered trademarks or trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Microsoft, Windows, Active Directory and Visual Basic are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Novell and NetWare are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Oracle is a registered trademark and PL/SQL is a trademark of Oracle Corporation. SAP and R/3 are trademark(s) or registered trademark(s) of of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. © 2008 Strayer University, Inc. Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education, see page 9. Nondiscrimination Strayer® University is an equal opportunity educational institution. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in the provision of educational programs, activities and benefits to students, as well as equal opportunity in all aspects of employment. Strayer University does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, color, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, national origin or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local laws and regulations and does not tolerate such discrimination by its students, staff and faculty.

Cross Cutting Knowledge and Skills List

Cross-Cutting knowledge and Skills: Need for These Skills Each item described on the Cross- Cutting Knowledge and Skills list can be its own study and discipline. Many of these skills, techniques, and methods are use in normal day-to-day business activities. Most are not exclusive to project management. PMI Registered Education Providers providing PMP PDU training will include these concepts.

Cross Cutting Knowledge and Skills List

Cross-Cutting knowledge and Skills: Need for These Skills Each item described on the Cross- Cutting Knowledge and Skills list can be its own study and discipline. Many of these skills, techniques, and methods are use in normal day-to-day business activities. Most are not exclusive to project management. PMI Registered Education Providers providing PMP PDU training will include these concepts.

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