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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.
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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curriculumGraduate 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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