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curriculum

Graduate education
A formal didactic program for teaching a particular subject which, in a residency program (US), includes rotations, conferences, syllabi on assigned reading and areas of emphasis.

Medspeak-UK
A statement of the intended aims and objectives, content, experiences, outcomes and processes of an education and training programme in the UK, including a description of the structure and expected methods of learning, teaching, feedback and supervision. The curriculum should set out what knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours the learner will achieve.

curriculum

Graduate education A formal didactic program for teaching a particular subject which, in a residency program includes rotations, conferences, syllabi on assigned reading and areas of emphasis. See Residency, 2+2 curriculum.

curriculum

(kŭ-rik′yŭ-lŭm) (′yŭ-lă) plural.curriculuaplural.curriculums [L. curriculum, running, a race]
1. A course of study.
2. An outline or summary of available courses of study in an academic discipline, an educational institution, or a particular specialty.

curriculum,

n a course of study; the linked series of academic courses leading to mastery of a discipline.
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