A schedule of modules and a set of learning outcomes approved as leading to the award of a Certificate, Diploma or Degree.
The course followed by individual students which leads to an award of the University. Each programme of study will have specified learning outcomes all of which a student will have achieved on successfully completing the programme.
an approved pathway of study leading to a particular named award of the University consisting of a defined combination of modules at an appropriate Level or Levels
A 'programme' is the overall package of courses you take, and a 'course' is one of the individual components which make up the programme.
Every national curriculum subject has a programme of study. This sets out what your child is entitled to be taught in schools.
a set of courses, the various components of which complement and build on each other in order to provide the student with a higher education qualification (see HIGHER EDUCATION, HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION and COURSE). 'Programme' also denotes the academic fields of study and requirements that collectively define the qualification (see FIELD OF STUDY).
The specific modules pursued by individual students within the context of an approved course.