A program of study, usually involving theoretical knowledge and research, and usually leading to a diploma, certificate, associate degree or bachelor's degree.
Instructional program leading to an associate, baccalaureate, masters, doctoral degree, or study resulting in credits that can be applied to one of these degrees.
a cohesive pattern of collegiate level credit courses and experiences leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate
a structured grouping of coursework leading to a baccalaureate or graduate degree or to a teaching credential
a three-year, integrated body of study
a unit within the University with an identifiable teaching, research, or other academic mission
a program of study over a period of time which leads to the award of a degree.
instructional program leading toward an associateâ€(tm)s, bachelorâ€(tm)s, masterâ€(tm)s, doctorâ€(tm)s, or first-professional degree, or resulting in credits that can be applied to one of these degrees.
combined with an Academic Plan is the entity to which a student applies to, is admitted into, and ultimately graduates from. A number of rules are attached to the Academic Program that control such things as the calculation of Level/Load, Milestones, Academic Standing, Honours/Awards. Typically, there are only a few programs at the Undergraduate level, but there may be a different one for every area of study and degree offered at the Graduate level. Example, Undergraduate, Arts, Honours Co-op.
A program of study generally structured around a topic or profession, the specifics of which are determined by the education provider.
A set of courses, a number of which may be mandatory and of a specialized nature, leading toward a particular degree.
A set program of coursework and other structured experiences leading to a degree or certificate of completion.
Also known as a degree program. The structured course list and graduation requirements offered by a unit of the faculty. The faculty unit is also sometimes called a program (as in the Social Work Program); other names are 'department' and 'school.'
The primary award in which students are enrolled. For example, Bachelor of Engineering, Master of Business, Doctor of Philosophy. This can also include non-award programs or enabling programs.
The program within an institution to which a student applies, is admitted, and ultimately graduates from.