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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.
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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.
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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.
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For this, HEC has introduced uniform curriculum to establish linkage among universities as well as to fulfill the market need of industries.
Box -1: HEC Curriculum Development and Evaluation Structure
A partir du cinquieme chapitre, les auteurs souhaitent reconceptualiser les questionnements sur le curriculum a la lumiere des enjeux sociaux, culturels economiques et politiques actuels.
L'ouvrage se termine sur trois chapitres a caractere plus reflexif et qui veulent amener les lecteurs a se questionner sur trois principaux domaines de leur eventuelle pratique professionnelle : la planification d'un curriculum et de l'acte d'enseigner, les pratiques evaluatives ainsi que leurs conceptions de l'education et de leur profession.
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It is therefore in the interests of those in practice to become more active partners in shaping the curriculum. By becoming involved through volunteer positions on campuses, recruiting activities and speaking to student groups and to classes, practicing CPAs can promote the ideas the AECC has been promoting, working to have curriculums serve the changing needs of practice and providing the necessary perspective on the nature of those changing needs.
Adding such a topic to the accounting curriculum will emphasize that the ethical aspects of practice are as important as technical competency.
Over time I came to appreciate that students learned in approximately equal amounts from professors, from each other, and from the curriculum. [2] This roughly 1/3, 1/3, 1/3 partitioning is too important to be left to chance.
Does integrating the mathematics curriculum with the science curriculum improve sixth grade students' mean scores of the value of mathematics in society as measured by the IMAS?