## Uti sga

Basic Computer Science Reading Techniques, Geography and History of Nicaragua General Mathematics Introduction to Philosophy General and Learning Psychology Didactic Workshop of Mathematics I Documentary Research Techniques Real Functions Introduction to Physics General Pedagogy Integral Training Seminar Logic and Set Theory Euclidean Geometry General Didactics Statistics I Differential Calculus Specialization Practice Numerical Domain Didactics of Mathematics I Didactic Workshop of Mathematics II Didactic Workshop of Mathematics III Integral Calculus MathematicsIIIC Integral Calculus Cartesian Geometry Graduation Course (PEM) Optional Career Educational Evaluation Series Linear Algebra Linear Geometry of Space Probability II Computational GeometryDidactics of Mathematics II Vector Calculus Algebraic Structures Statistics II Didactic Workshop of Mathematics V Differential Equations Computational Algebra Professionalization Practice Applied ResearchGraduation Modalityz Mathematical Analysis Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces

### Indoamerica careers

Generate knowledge, educate and train the community living in the Galapagos archipelago, following the philosophy of the Liberal Arts, promoting environmental conservation, sustainability of the islands and the welfare of the local population, offering top quality higher education to generate sustainable and non-extractive economic alternatives.

To be a model of higher education in liberal arts, entrepreneurship, development, and scientific and technological research of the socio-ecological systems of the Galapagos archipelago, recognized for having quality graduates who generate multidisciplinary knowledge with a global projection, contributing to the change of the economic and social development model of the islands.

The GSC is a space for intellectual integration, where the natural and social sciences are developed and the interests of the Galapagos community and institutions are advanced. The GSC’s strategy is based on three axes of development: (1) scientific research, (2) education, and (3) community support and outreach.

### San Francisco de Quito University

Generate knowledge, educate and train the community living in the Galapagos archipelago, following the philosophy of the Liberal Arts, promoting environmental conservation, sustainability of the islands and the welfare of the local population, offering top quality higher education to generate sustainable and non-extractive economic alternatives.

To be a model of higher education in liberal arts, entrepreneurship, development, and scientific and technological research of the socio-ecological systems of the Galapagos archipelago, recognized for having quality graduates who generate multidisciplinary knowledge with a global projection, contributing to the change of the economic and social development model of the islands.

The GSC is a space for intellectual integration, where the natural and social sciences are developed and the interests of the Galapagos community and institutions are advanced. The GSC’s strategy is based on three axes of development: (1) scientific research, (2) education, and (3) community support and outreach.

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In 1894, Colonel Arthur T. Prescott was elected as the university’s first president. He moved to Ruston and began overseeing the construction of a two-story main building. The brick building housed eight large classrooms, an auditorium, a chemistry laboratory, and two offices. A frame building was also constructed nearby and was used for mechanics instruction. The main building was located on a 20-acre (81,000 m2) tract of land that was donated to the school by Francis P. Stubbs. On September 23, 1895, the school began its first session with six teachers and 202 students.

In May 1897, Harry Howard became the first graduate. Colonel Prescott awarded him a bachelor’s degree in industry, but there was no formal commencement. The first formal commencement was held at the Ruston Opera House the following May with ten graduates receiving their diplomas.

The Constitution adopted on June 18, 1921, changed the name of the school in Article XII, Section 9, from Louisiana Industrial Institute to Louisiana Polytechnic Institute,[9] or “Louisiana Tech” for short.