An outline of the subjects in a course of study or teaching
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the history syllabus
(in the Roman Catholic Church) A summary of points decided by papal decree regarding heretical doctrines or practices
course of study: an integrated course of academic studies; "he was admitted to a new program at the university"
A syllabus (pl. syllabi or syllabuses; from Latin syllabus "list" probably of Greek origin), is an outline and summary of topics to be covered in an education or training course. It is descriptive (unlike the prescriptive or specific curriculum). ...
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A summary of topics which will be covered during an academic course, or a text or lecture
An outline of topics to be covered in an academic course.
An outline or a summary of the main points of a text, lecture, or course of study.
An outline of course requirements, academic policies, and tentative schedule of assignments. Otherwise known as the only thing discussed on the first day of class.
A brief statement summarizing a court opinion.
The programme of study for a particular course, which will tell you exactly what you’ll be doing if you take a particular subject at a particular university.
outline of material a specific course will cover, on what schedule, with what assignments; usually distributed at the first class of the semester (plural: syllabi).
A short course overview that provides students and learning institutions of the course’s learning outcomes.
The syllabus is a timeline and summary of all topics that will be studied in a given class. Syllabus is Latin for "list" and is a mispronunciation of the Grecian Sittybos. Usually the syllabus is prepared by the teacher in-charge of the given class.
means a document stating the expected learning outcomes, including the goals, objectives, concepts, skills and understandings in a given subject.
a summary or outline distributed by an instructor that states the main topics, readings and assignments to be completed during the semester.
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A document that lists a course’s objectives and requirements. Each instructor distributes a syllabus at the beginning of the semester.
The syllabus is an outline or overview of the course distributed by the instructor at the beginning of the course. The syllabus often includes requirements, objectives, textbook information, contact information for the instructor, and often a schedule of assignments and topics. ...
A syllabus in the content of a language program and how it is organized. This can be contrasted to a method, which is how a language program is taught. Structural syllabuses and functional syllabuses are two different ways of organizing language material.
A description of the main content, organization and expected outcomes of a course, normally including the number of credits awarded, hours of class time, assignments, assignment evaluation, and required texts.
A summary outline of study or of examination requirements. Represents a contract between student and professor outlining the requirements of a specific course.
A handout from your instructor, which may include some or all of the following: the purpose of the course; prerequisites and co-requisites, if any; the instructor's name, office hours, and telephone number; a schedule of reading and/or homework assignments; a schedule of tests; the instructors ...
A calendar of events given to students in each of their classes, the syllabus outlines what the particular class is covering, when homework is due, and when the exams and finals are scheduled. It also includes the contact information for the instructors and their TAs.
A detailed course outline often including instructor expectations for student attendance, assignments, and grading.
One or more pages of class requirements a professor wi11 give you on the first day. The syllabus acts as a course outline, telling when you must complete assignments, readings, and when exams will be held. ...