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 Full-time equivalent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Although the generally accepted human-resources meaning for the "E" in FTE is "equivalent", the term is often overloaded in colloquial usage to indicate "direct, as opposed to contract, full-time employee". Full-time equivalent (FTE) is a way to measure a worker's productivity and/or involvement in a project. An FTE of 1.0 means that the person is equivalent to a full-time worker. en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Full-time_equivalent   (163 words)

 Time [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy] However, space and time are not completely equivalent even in relativity because time is a "distinguished" sub-space of the 4-d spacetime continuum. Spacetime is four-dimensional and a continuum, with time being a distinguished, one-dimensional sub-space of this continuum. Proper time along a worldline in 4-d spacetime is the time elapsed by an object having that worldline, as shown on an ideal clock having the same worldline. www.iep.utm.edu /t/time.htm   (15789 words)

 Full-Time Student Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment Explained "FTE" stands for "full-time equivalent." It is a unit of measurement that defines the calculated (not actual) number of students equivalent to the number carrying a full "load" of coursework. To calculate the FTE for baccalaureate students enrolled, the total credit hours carried by all baccalaureate-level students (including part-time students as well as over-loaded students) are summed and then divided by 15. To calculate the FTE for master's students enrolled, the total credit hours carried by all master-level students (including part-time students as well as over-loaded students) are summed and then divided by 12. www.musc.edu /es/reports/ftes.htm   (401 words)

 Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment For Fall semester 1996-97, the all-campus full-time equivalent enrollment is 65,900, or 73 percent of the headcount enrollment of 90,521. Full-time equivalent enrollment as a percent of headcount enrollment varies from 89 percent for the Bloomington campus to 57 percent for both the Kokomo and South Bend campuses. Full-time equivalent (FTE) student enrollment is determined by dividing credit hours taken by undergraduate and professional students by 15 and by dividing credit hours taken by graduate students by 12 and summing the two quotients. factbook.indiana.edu /fbook96/enrfte96.html   (108 words)

 World eBook Library - FTE Full Time Equivalent (FTE) for schools, community colleges, colleges and universities refers to the size of the student body. Basically the FTE is equivalent to the total enrollment of a school. In other words two half-time students add up to a single FTE. worldebooklibrary.com /FTE.htm   (515 words)

 CSU CIM Elements FIRMS Full Time Equivalent Positions In the absence of a calculated equivalent, FTES can be approximated by adding one-third of the total number of part-time employees to the full-time count. Full-time equivalent positions are the total number of full-time employees plus the full-time equivalent of the part-time employees. The result may be the actual calculation determined by the number of hours worked by all part-time employees divided by the average number of hours worked by a full-time employee. www.calstate.edu /cim/elements/FTE_Position.shtml   (123 words)

 Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) - Institutional Research Office - Ohlone College The second element in the Load Study measurement is the Full-time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF). To obtain the measurement for the Load Study, the number of total class hours (WSCH) is divided by the total full-time faculty equivalent (FTEF) to achieve a ratio of how much enrollment is generated per full-time faculty equivalent. Many students at Ohlone attend college on a part-time basis, therefore, determining the number of full-time students at the college requires a special calculation called full time equivalent student or FTES. www.ohlone.cc.ca.us /org/research/sa_i_ftes.html   (330 words)

 Per Full-time-equivalent Operating profit per FTE is reduced to a common denominator that gives a meaningful basis for comparison of profitability for firms of various sizes. Net revenue per FTE is reduced to a common denominator that gives a meaningful basis for comparison of productivity for firms of various sizes. Operating profit per FTE before deductions is a more comparable basis since discretionary distributions and taxes vary from firm to firm. www.s3psinc.com /PerFTE.htm   (188 words)

 Full Time Equivalent Calculations Full time is defined as those earning between the 40th and the 60th percentile. There is no "best" measure and therefore, all measures of full time equivalence are to some degree arbitrary. For example, a physician may be assigned to area A and B, each for six months at the time. umanitoba.ca /academic/centres/mchp/concept/dict/FTE_calculation.html   (3710 words)

 Office of Institutional Research - Full-Time Equivalent Data Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) is a unit of measure utilized to determine the number of full-time equivalent students during a semester. Annual Average Full-Time Equivalent (AAFTE) is a unit of measure utilized to determine the number of full-time equivalent students during an academic year. Office of Institutional Research - Full-Time Equivalent Data www.plattsburgh.edu /offices/admin/ir/fte.php   (354 words)

 Glossary - FTE Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) is the percentage of time a staff member works represented as a decimal. This will be different than the total number of administrators if there are any administrators who work more or less than full-time. This will be different than the total number of teachers if there are any teachers who work more or less than full-time. data1.cde.ca.gov /dataquest/gls_fte.htm   (112 words)

 Full-Time Student Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment Explained Therefore, each student is equivalent to one full-time equivalent student.) In most instances, total FTE will be less than total headcount, given the fact that some students are enrolled only part-time. For the first-professional level (medicine and dental medicine), each student is considered to be one FTE regardless of the number of credit hours of that student's enrollment. www.musc.edu /es/reports/ftes_backup.htm   (502 words)

 Historical Fall Full-time Equivalent Enrollment FTE totals may not be exact due to rounding. All FTEs are based on 15 credit hours for undergraduates, 12 credit hours for master’s and doctor’s degrees, 15 credit hours for Law and 19 credit hours for Medicine. The historical fall headcount enrollment and the historical fall FTE enrollment tables contained in this edition of the Fact Book reflect the total enrollment on census date for years in which the data are available. www.ris.sdbor.edu /publications/1999Factbook/99FBpage5.htm   (266 words)

 Local government employment - full-time equivalent, 1997 Employment figures are expressed as full-time equivalent employment, a computed statistic representing the number of full-time employees that could have been employed if the reported number of hours worked by part-time employees had been worked by full-time employees. This statistic is calculated by dividing the ''part-time hours paid'' by the standard number of hours for full-time employees in the particular government and then adding the resulting quotient to the number of full-time employees. quickfacts.census.gov /qfd/meta/long_58632.htm   (190 words)

 Los Angeles Business Journal: MBA programs: ranked by full-time equivalent at L.A. County campuses The 5,933 full-time equivalent students in the 15 largest MBA programs in Los Angeles County reflected a 5.3 percent decrease in enrollment compared to the year earlier. After strong gains last year, full-time equivalent enrollment at the school declined by close to a third, to 475 students. WITH 1,105 full-time equivalent MBA students, Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business and Management reclaimed its title as the largest MBA program in Los Angeles County, edging out last year's No. 1, the USC Marshall School of Business, by 45 full-time equivalent students. www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m5072/is_18_26/ai_n6036217   (431 words)

 Equivalent Full-Time (EFT) Enrollment EFT enrollment is the conversion of the number of all students enrolled full-time and part-time into an equivalent number of full-time students. It is calculated by dividing the total credit hours taken by all students during the quarter or semester by 15, the load for a full-time student for a quarter or semester. www.usg.edu /usg_stats/info_digest/2001/students/2.phtml   (92 words)

 Research Information Pricing is based on the US list price of the hard-cover edition and the customer FTE (full time equivalent). This connectivity is expected to allow researchers to save time by obtaining full-text research articles from Infotrieve and easily capturing bibliographic references to cite in their own papers and reports. Obsolete terms have been replaced with modern equivalents to allow today's researcher full and immediate access to the research of the past. www.researchinformation.info /products.html   (17167 words)

 Measure of Time · Astrological definition of Measure of Time · Astrology Encyclopedia Others employ a mean arc of 1° of RA., as the equivalent of the mean motion of the Sun, thus adjusting the circle of 360 degrees to a year of 365¼ days. Correction of Mean to Sidereal Time · Transit · Transit of a planet across the Sun · Transitor · Translation of Light · Transmutation · Trigon · Trigonocrators · Trimorion · Trine · Trinities · Triplicities · Tropical Signs · Tropical Year · True Solar Day · Trutine · Twilight Said of the method of calculating the time of an event from an Arc of Direction. astrologyweekly.com /dictionary/measure-of-time.php   (568 words)

 www.NASFAA.org Guests NOTE: If you are joining NASFAA for the first time and have any questions, please contact Membership Services at 202-785-0453, ext 1, or by e-mail at membership@nasfaa.org before you complete the form. NASFAA is a valued source of accurate, unbiased, and timely information on the federal student aid process for its member institutions. Institutions that are part of a system may join separately, or may combine FTEs, pay individual base fees, and then reduce the total bill by 5 percent. www.nasfaa.org /Guests.asp?Tab=Guests   (1098 words)

 FTEs.htm FTEs supported by funds from Cooperative Research and Development Agreements www.nia.nih.gov /AboutNIA/BudgetRequests/FY2005/FTEs.htm   (29 words)

 VIVA's FTE, 2003-04 Annualized 2003-04 FTE for the public and independent institutions were provided by the Notes: Annualized FTE = Total undergraduate and graduate credit hours divided by 30 and the total profesional credit hours divided by 24. Institute of Textile Technology moved out of Virginia effective 7/1/2003. www.gmu.edu /library/fen/viva/FTE03-04.html   (69 words)

 BioMed Central about us Press releases Fees for Institutional Membership in 2002 are based on the full time equivalent staff in the relevant departments, and start at \$1500. BioMed Central (http://www.biomedcentral.com) is an independent online publishing house committed to providing immediate free access to the peer-reviewed biological and medical research it publishes. www.biomedcentral.com /info/about/pr-releases?pr=20020128   (297 words)

 Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Home > Administration > Office of the Provost > Institutional Research > Personnel Data > Faculty > Full-time Equivalent (FTE) www.sru.edu /print/10384.asp   (20 words)

 Locations - Detroit, Michigan, Henry Ford More than 16,000 full-time equivalent employees, including 3,000 nurses and more than 4,000 allied health professionals provide care during more than 2.5 million patient contacts. Henry Ford health care providers perform more than 30,000 ambulatory surgery procedures each year. www.henryfordhealth.org /155.cfm   (217 words)

 MSA Study No. 2: Total Graduate Full-Time-Equivalent Enrollment MSA Study No. 2: Total Graduate Full-Time-Equivalent Enrollment and equates part-time students to full-time equivalency using a formula. www.atlantahighered.org /archereports/msa2/msa2extra_gradfte.asp   (26 words)

 VIVA's FTE, 97-98 Source: State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, Annual FTEs for Virginia's Public Institutions, September 23, 1998. www.gmu.edu /library/fen/viva/FTE97-98.html   (139 words)

 CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY FULL TIME EQUIVALENT FULL TIME EQUIVALENT (FTE) ENROLLMENT BY DEPARTMENT AND CLASS cmu.edu /planning/factbook/facts2001/fb2001_files/Html/fb2001_15.htm   (19 words)

 BW Online: 2003 Part-Time MBA Profile: Villanova University College of Commerce & Finance — Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) MBA Program See TOEFL concordance table for computer-based score equivalents. www.businessweek.com /bschools/03/part_time_profiles/villanova_b.htm   (441 words)

 Local government employment - full-time equivalent, 1997 Employment figures are expressed as full-time equivalent employment, a computed statistic representing the number of full-time employees that could have been employed if the reported number of hours worked by part-time employees had been worked by full-time employees. This statistic is calculated by dividing the ''part-time hours paid'' by the standard number of hours for full-time employees in the particular government and then adding the resulting quotient to the number of full-time employees. The U.S. Bureau of the Census conducts an annual survey of government employment as authorized by Title 13, United States Code. quickfacts.census.gov /qfd/meta/long_58632.htm   (190 words)

 Full-time equivalent Although the generally accepted human-resources meaning for the "E" in FTE is "equivalent", the term is often overloaded in colloquial usage to indicate "direct, as opposed to contract, full-time employee". An FTE of 1.0 means that the person is equivalent to a full-time worker (and, usually, it is just one). An FTE of 0.5 may signal that the worker is only half-time, or that his projected output (due to differences in qualification, for example) is only half of what one may expect. www.omniknow.com /common/wiki.php?in=en&term=Full-time_equivalent   (190 words)

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