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  University of Helsinki - Faculty of Pharmacy
The supervisor of the Licentiate thesis or a co-author of a publication to which the Licentiate candidate has also contributed cannot be appointed as an examiner.
The examiners of a Licentiate thesis are given a time limit of two months (counting from the date of receiving the assignment) to submit, either jointly or separately, a written reasoned statement on the thesis.
A student may submit as a Licentiate thesis several scientific publications and manuscripts on a single theme which have been published or accepted for publication and are accompanied by a summarising report.
www.helsinki.fi /farmasia/english/postgraduate_licentiate.htm   (493 words)

  
  Licentiate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Licentiate is the title of a person who holds an academic degree called a license.
The Licentiate's degree is called a filosofie licentiat in Swedish and filosofian lisensiaatti in Finnish (Licentiate of Philosophy), teologie licentiat and teologian lisensiaatti (Licentiate of Theology) etc, depending on the faculty.
Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (LRCPSG), awarded by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Licentiate   (745 words)

  
 licentiate – Dictionary Definition of licentiate | Encyclopedia.com: FREE Online Dictionary
He is a licentiate of the American Board of Pediatrics and the Subboard of Neonatal-perinatal Medicine.
Her 1963 licentiate thesis from the University of W ü rzburg, where she was...
In 1816 he became a licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians and assistant physician at the London Fever Hospital.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1O999-licentiate.html   (732 words)

  
 Welcome to John Paul II Institute
The Licentiate in Marriage and Family conforms in its specifications to the requirements set forth in Sapientia Christiana and Magnum Matrimonii.
The Licentiate program prepares the graduate for first-level teaching posts in colleges and universities, especially in Roman Catholic seminaries, as well as for further studies at the doctoral level.
The licentiate thesis is an integral part of the curriculum requiring several months’ planning, research, analysis, exposition, revision and discussion.
www.johnpaulii.edu /stl.html   (1598 words)

  
 Licentiate thesis — Jyväskylän yliopisto - University of Jyväskylä
Licentiate thesis — Jyväskylän yliopisto - University of Jyväskylä
Licentiate thesis deals with a research problem in the student's particular research field, and is based on literature and the students own research.
The subject of the licentiate thesis should be such that it could be used as a basis to continue for a doctoral dissertation.
www.jyu.fi /it/en/study/postgraduate/licentiate_thesis   (189 words)

  
 Licentiate examination
The general formalities for the licentiate examination are described in the study plan and the faculty has also posted a checklist for the procedure.
The licentiate thesis should be presented at a seminar during term time, and should be available at the office of the research programme three weeks in advance.
The decision - pass or fail - is taken by the professor responsible for the programme, in consultation with the supervisor and the examiner.
www.ebc.uu.se /postgrad/lic__exam.htm   (225 words)

  
 Licentiate examination   (Site not responding. Last check: )
After two years of full time studies a licentiate degree can be awarded, provided that the student has at least 20 credit points for courses and literature.
The licentiate thesis should be presented at a seminar during term time, and should be available at the office of the research programme three weeks in advance.
The decision - pass or fail - is taken by the professor responsible for the programme, in consultation with the supervisor and the examiner.
www.vaxtbio.uu.se /postgrad/lic__exam.htm   (238 words)

  
 CALIFORNIA BUSINESS & PROFESSIONS CODE
If a licensing agency determines that its licentiate's ability to practice his or her profession safely is impaired because the licentiate is mentally ill, or physically ill affecting competency, the licensing agency may take action by any one of the following methods: (a) Revoking the licentiate's certificate or license.
If no further proceedings are conducted to determine the licentiates fitness to practice during a period of five years from the date of the determination by the licensing agency of the proceeding pursuant to Section 820, then the licensing agency shall purge and destroy all records pertaining to the proceedings.
If new proceedings are instituted during the five-year period against the licentiate by the licensing agency, the records, including the report of the physicians and surgeons or psychologists, may be used in the proceedings and shall be available to the respondent pursuant to the provisions of Section 11507.6 of the Government Code.
lawzilla.com /cabpcode/820-828.shtml   (1342 words)

  
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The licentiate shall be given notice of the hearing within two days after issuance of the initial interim order, and shall receive all documents in support of the petition.
If the licentiate files a Notice of Defense, the hearing shall be held within 30 days of the agency's receipt of the Notice of Defense.
Violation of the interim order is established upon proof that the licentiate was on notice of the interim order and its terms, and that the order was in effect at the time of the violation.
info.sen.ca.gov /pub/93-94/statute/ch_0801-0850/ch_840_st_1993_sb_842   (1390 words)

  
 Small Business Entrepreneur Profiler
Licentiates can manage an established business which in many cases requires a license.
Licentiates will achieve a higher productivity in their business by making the best use of the resources at hand.
Licentiates should be especially cautious when they decide to radically expand their business.
www.humanmetrics.com /SBP/Licentiate.asp   (802 words)

  
 Licentiate Degree
The programme for the degree of Licentiate of Laws comprises a total of 120 uc (two years of full-time study).
The main portion of this degree consists of the completion of a licentiate thesis, corresponding to 105 uc.
In addition to writing a doctoral thesis, the doctoral student shall participate in courses at the Faculty, the Research School in Jurisprudence, and/or complete other courses that may be determined in an individual plan of study.
www.jur.lu.se /Internet/English/Research/docstud.nsf/(public.web.object)/417779473C37F136C1256B6F002E1219   (104 words)

  
 Licentiate Thesis - Tampere University Library
Three bound copies of the licentiate thesis should be submitted to the faculty office for purposes of examination.
Students are required to submit a corrected and examined version of the licentiate thesis in electronic form (pdf) according to the following instructions (1-6).
A licentiate thesis can be included on the agenda of a faculty council meeting only after one examined and corrected version printed by the Juvenes Print or other paper version has been received by the faculty.
www.uta.fi /laitokset/kirjasto/english/guides/licentiatethesis.php   (1128 words)

  
 Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley: Licentiate in Sacred Theology
The Licentiate in Sacred Theology is a two-year Roman Catholic ecclesiastical degree in advanced theological study granted in the name of the Pope by the Jesuit School of Theology by virtue of its status as an Ecclesiastical Faculty.
The licentiate may be completed in as little as two years, including completion of the thesis and its defense.
Jesuit School students may apply up to six units of work done as a Master of Divinity student to the Licentiate in Sacred Theology, provided that these six units are taken within the final two semesters of Master of Divinity studies and are not required for the completion of that degree.
www.jstb.edu /programs/degree/stl.html   (1067 words)

  
 L.TH. & BA DEGREE, FACULTY REGULATIONS
The Licentiate in Theology and/or the degree of Bachelor of Arts (Theology) will be awarded to students of Theological Colleges affiliated with the University of the West Indies who having completed the appropriate course of study prescribed by these Regulations have satisfied the examiners in the examination for the L.Th.
The Theological Colleges concerned are responsible for the admission of candidates and shall submit to the University at the appropriate time a list of students and their qualifications for purposes of matriculation.
Candidates who are holders of the Licentiate in Theology of the UWI upon the recommendation of the Academic Board of the Affiliated Theological College.
www.cavehill.uwi.edu /fhe/LTHBARegulations.htm   (1311 words)

  
 Theater Arts Licentiate Qualification Seminar - www.usistd.org
The degree level is at the discretion of the examiner and is determined at the time of application, based on prior experience in the field of theater dance.
Licentiate graduates will receive documented credits towards their fellowship degree for attending TA symposiums of the Imperial Society.
Professionals who already have a licentiate degree are encouraged to further their education by attending the seminar.
www.usistd.org /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=79&Itemid=1   (439 words)

  
 Licentiate of Sacred Theology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Licentiate of Sacred Theology (S.T.L) is the title of an intermediate graduate degree with canonical effects in the Roman Catholic Church offered by pontifical universities and ecclesiastical faculties of sacred theology.
In several European countries, in fact, the master's level degree is referred to as a licentiate - from its original meaning as a "license to incept", i.e., that is, permission from the local bishop to actually take the master's or doctor's degree, an event which took place through the ceremony of inception.
In order for a candidate to receive a licentiate of sacred theology, he or she must engage in a two-year program of theological studies beyond the three years required for the S.T.B. and propose an original thesis which contributes to the understanding of sacred theology.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Licentiate_of_Sacred_Theology   (490 words)

  
 Licentiate of Philosophy - Lund University
A student may, however, be enrolled for a licentiate degree if there are special reasons for this.
A licentiate degree may also constitute a step along the way to a doctorate.
The requirements for a licentiate degree are successful completion of the courses required and approval of a dissertation which is presented at a public seminar.
www.naturvetenskap.lu.se /o.o.i.s/4965   (130 words)

  
 Chalmers: Licentiate degree examination
The licentiate seminar must, unless there are particular reasons, take place on the Chalmers campus.
The licentiate dissertation must be available at your department and at the school office for a period of at least three weeks prior to the seminar.
The quality of the licentiate dissertation must, after possible reworking, be of such a standard that it can be included in a scientific publication of a good international standard.
www.chalmers.se /en/sections/education/doctoral_programmes/licentiate-degree   (198 words)

  
 Licentiate curriculum
The studies for the Licentiate are concluded with a Licentiate thesis, a major paper (which has a coefficient of 10) in which the student must demonstrate the level of his or her academic ability.
In order to enroll in courses for the curriculum of the Licentiate in Sacred Scripture every student must show this knowledge by means of an examination (see Knowledge of the Bible).
The examination of one of these languages must be taken during the first semester of enrollment in the Licentiate program (in November or in March according to the date of enrollment).
www.biblico.it /licentiate_curr.html   (953 words)

  
 Before licentiate exam
The licentiate seminar should normally be given during the semester period.
As soon as you and your supervisor have agreed on the licentiate presentation, the supervisor should contact a suitable opponent in order to settle a date for the seminar.
Send your application together with a licentiate certificate, a copy of the "forskar-Ladok" transcript, the receipt on the paid fee for the student union and a "personbevis" (from the tax authority) to Gun Andersson, Origo building, ground floor (extension 1655).
cms.ifm.liu.se /edu/graduate/minneslistalic   (312 words)

  
 ...::: Competitive Building - Doctoral and Licentiate theses :::...
Licentiate thesis, Department of Project Management, Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden, 2001.
Licentiate thesis, Department of Construction Economics and Organization, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden, 2004.
Licentiate thesis, Department of Construction Management, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund, Sweden, 2002.
www.competitivebuilding.org /artman/publish/article_97.shtml   (524 words)

  
 College of Metaphysical Studies
A Licentiate Minister is one who has been certified by New Awareness Ministries International as a Metaphysical/Spiritual/Holistic Hands Healer and who has not yet completed the education and performance requirements which evidence their ability and qualification to administer to the needs of all others.
Licentiate Ministers may not perform marriages, or officiate at dedications.
The issuance of an invitation to be licensed or ordained and the final approval of licensing or ordination rest with the New Awareness Ministries International Pastoral Board.
www.cms.edu /cert.html   (2048 words)

  
 Ecclesiastical Faculty of Theology:  Licentiate of Sacred Theology
The Licentiate program, which is the second cycle of theological studies, is a two year program of specialized study in Systematic Theology.
A graduate of the S.T.L. program is prepared to teach theology in a college, seminary, or university, to function as a chaplain to various professional groups, and to act as a theological resource for a diocese and diocesan agencies.
The program of studies for the licentiate consists of course work, the writing of a licentiate paper (thesis), and successful completion of a comprehensive examination in the areas of specialization and concentration.
www.vocations.org /education/Ecclesiastical/stl.htm   (1446 words)

  
 larsholst.info | business | licentiate-degree
The Licentiate in Engineering is an intermediate postgraduate degree used only in a few countries, among them Sweden and Finland, and can be seen as an academic step halfway between a Master's and a Ph.D. The degree has no commonly established translation or abbreviation in English, although Licentiate in Engineering and Lic.
The Licentiate in Engineering corresponds to 80 academic credits, or nominally two years of full-time work, whereas a Swedish Ph.D. amounts to 160 credits, or a nominal period of four years of full-time work (one credit equals one week of full-time studies).
I would say that the benefits of doing the Licentiate include several lessons learned as a result of having to write the licentiate thesis, as well as being given the option to finish with a degree after half the Ph.D. time.
larsholst.info /business/licentiate-degree   (996 words)

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