Curriculum ( noun , noun )

(As a noun)

Curriculum ( noun )

The subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin, literally "a running, course", from currere "to run". in the 19th century the word was used in the sense "a course of studies offered by an educational institution", and since the early 20th century, in the sense "a planned course of education or training".

Examples:

  1. The school's curriculum includes art and music.
  2. The college's curriculum is designed to prepare students for a career in business.
  3. The school board is reviewing the curriculum.
  4. The new curriculum focuses on science and technology.
  5. The curriculum of the school is designed to provide a well-rounded education.

(As a noun)

Curriculum ( noun )

The subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin, literally "a running, course", from currere "to run". in the 19th century the word was used in the sense "a course of studies offered by an educational institution", and since the early 20th century, in the sense "a planned course of education or training".

Examples:

  1. The school's curriculum includes art and music.
  2. The college's curriculum is designed to prepare students for a career in business.
  3. The school board is reviewing the curriculum.
  4. The new curriculum focuses on science and technology.
  5. The curriculum of the school is designed to provide a well-rounded education.
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