A military subdivision of a country; as, the Department of the Potomac.
The department number in the University's Time Reporting System refers to the Banner index code. Department codes will translate to the current center code in the University's financial systems.
A division of a faculty, for example, the department of biology is within the faculty of science.
A department refers to an identified unit housed within a college. A department is composed of faculty who specialize in aspects of a similar topic area. In University statistical reports, the term is used in a generic sense to include divisions or school
Equivalent to DEET Academic Organizational Unit, which an institution has formed in order to undertake as their primary objective teaching only or research only or teaching and research functions, or which is used for statistical reporting purposes.
A ten-character identifier which uniquely identifies organizational units. It does not represent a funding source but, rather, the name of the unit. See " GEMS Department ID."
Most university faculties are divided into several departments, each of which deal with an individual area of study.
A subject area within a faculty. For example, History is a department in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
means a distinct specialized division or functional component of Virginia Tech such as the Fralin Biotechnology Center or the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
Faculty and administrators associated with a particular discipline or program (e.g. the Sociology Department).
Usually a division which offers classes in a specific field within a college. For example, a history department or an art department.
a specialized division of a large organization; "you'll find it in the hardware department"; "she got a job in the historical section of the Treasury"
the territorial and administrative division of some countries (such as France)
a faculty member's home, and some are havens in a heartless world, ruled by benevolent patriarchs or Mama Bears, with dedicated staffs
a full member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) , a national consortium of similar programs
an administrative sector of the government
an administrative unit within Chalmers, such as a school or an institute
an organisational unit within a Faculty that engages in education and research
an organizational unit within a company
a sub-division of a Customer
a subdivision of a school or college under an administrative head maintained for the purpose of conducting a curriculum or curricula in a specified field of learning
a unit that performs some type of tasks, like marketing, finance, production, accounting, etc
a University unit to which each course registration is allocated
is a subdivision of a Faculty responsible for a particular subject or group of subjects (e.g. Department of Chemistry, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics).
An academic division of the faculty teaching a specific discipline.
An organizational unit which has the responsibility for providing programs, activities and functions in a related field.
A branch of study and its administrative unit at the University, e.g. Economics, History.
An organizational unit used by the County to group services, programs, or functions which are usually similar in nature. Each department is managed by either an elected or appointed department head.
a division of a faculty concerned with a specific branch of study, such as the English Literature Department within the Arts Faculty.
means any University department that has employees who perform work in confined spaces. This includes, but is not limited to: Physical Plant, CNS, Residential Housing and Dining Programs, the Powerhouse, agricultural workers, EHSS and Electric Service.
means a department at the university that conducts work in excavations.
An administrative subdivision of the faculty. Sometimes the department is identical with a discipline category such as English or Mathematics. Departments such as Behavioral Sciences, Humanities, and Social Sciences represent an association of faculty members of related disciplines.
Goldsmiths has 15 academic departments, representing different academic areas of teaching and research. Each will offer a number of programmes of study.
An instructional division within a college, such as Department of English in the College of Liberal Arts.
The basic organizational unit in an institution of higher learning responsible for the academic functions in a field of study. The term department may also be applied to an administrative or service unit in an institution.
An academic department as duly constituted by the Senate and Board of Governors (e.g., Department of Education, Department of Psychology, Department of Judaic Studies)
An administrative unit for organizing, coordinating and delivering educational services; a department can administer more than one program, e.g. theology and philosophy.
Department is a subject area based within a Faculty. Elective A small element of your course which is undefined.
A section within a faculty that relates to a specialist area. For example, the Faculty of Nursing has two departments, including Clinical Nursing and Family and Community Nursing.
An academic division of a faculty, dedicated to teaching, research and scholarship in a specific discipline.
is a smaller unit of the faculty, determined by certain specialisations.
A division of a college which offers instruction in a specific branch of knowledge for example the mathematics department.
any department or unit at the university that conducts work in excavations.
An organizational unit representing a discipline or related disciplines, such as Department of Foreign Languages.
A separate part, division, or branch of an organization, government, business, or school.
An academic department as duly constituted by the Senate and Board of Governors (e.g. Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Department of Physics and Computing, Department of History)
Each of the Divisions of the University is divided into Departments, the name of which usually, but not always, reflects the discipline being studied, eg the subject of Accounting is in the College of Commerce, Division of Economics and Financial Studies, Department of Accounting.
Faculty are typically organized into Departments along disciplinary lines to assist with effciency of planning and program development activities. Depending on the size of the school, a single department might encompass just one or several disciplines.
The term is used to refer to the academic unit responsible for a specific academic programme. In parts of the University, the term 'school' or 'programme board' may be applicable.
A part of the University which deals with a particular area of study or work.
An organisational unit of the University consisting of academic staff teaching a particular subject or discipline together with supporting general staff.
A unit within a college representing a discipline.
A specific part of the college that usually focuses on one specific field of academics, e.g. psychology or history.
A major organizational group of the City with overall management responsibility for an operation or a group of related operations within a functional area.
Administrative subdivision of a school, college, or university through which instruction in a certain field of study is given (such as English department or history department).
a branch of a faculty concerned with a specific area of study.
A unit of an organization that may perform one or more functions. Units of organization regardless of their names are also referred to as functions (see Functions)
An administrative office within a college that offers courses in a particular area of study. For example, the English Department is within the College of Liberal Arts .
A division of a faculty concerned with a specific branch of instruction or study.
An organization unit that offers courses in a specific subject group of academic subjects. For example, the Department of Art, Music and Philosophy. Each Department is listed in the Schedule of Classes Booklet and in the College Bulletin.
An administrative unit of the University which offers instruction in a particular branch of knowledge, such as the Department of Music.
An area of study in a larger college or school. Professors specialize in an area of study and teach for that area's department. For example, French may be a department in the School of Arts and Sciences.
A subcategory of a division. It is used by the Employee List report to group employees by department.
A department is the basic organizational unit in a higher education institution, and is responsible for the academic functions in a field of study. It may also be used in the broader sense to indicate an administrative or service unit of an institution.
Division of instruction within a college, such as Department of English in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
A department is a smaller subset within a Faculty, such as the Mechanical Engineering, in the Faculty of Engineering.
refers to the organization with a connection to the University of Alberta campus Network.
Division of faculty or instruction within a college, such as Department of Accounting within the Sam Walton College of Business Administration.
A specific area of study in which the college offers classes. Also, the group of faculty who teach that subject.
An organizational unit comprised of divisions or programs. It is possible for a department to be comprised of only one division.
Subdivision of a school, college, or university which provides education in a particular field of study such as English department or Science Department.
A university unit, often focusing on a particular field.
A subdivision of the Faculty responsible for a particular subject or group of related subjects, or a discipline.
A faculty, within a college or university system, concerned with a specific discipline of study.
A group of cost centers that are performing similar administrative, educational, research, and/or healthcare services within a particular field of knowledge or area of specialization. Multiple Departments and/or Sections are grouped to form a Major Operating Division.
An organizational unit that offers courses in a specific subject of a specific group of academic subjects.
In academic regulations, any academic administrative unit, including a department, school, centre, program or faculty as the context requires.
A department (, ) is a geographically defined area of a centralized state which functions as an administrative unit, usually at provincial level, with or without a representative assembly.