The stated policy or course of action followed by an individual or institution regarding its financial matters.
Set of required courses for a degree in a major area of study.
A coherent series of courses, usually leading to a credential such as a certificate or degree.
General term used to describe a certificate, diploma, or degree
A program is a unified, complementary series of courses or learning experiences that lead to a degree, certification or endorsement. An option may be included within a program.
A program is an approved program of study which leads to the award of a degree, diploma or certificate. Programs may be undergraduate or postgraduate and are identified by a four digit numeric code eg. the program code for the Bachelor of Psychology is 3432.
a prescribed set of courses leading to a degree, certificate, or diploma.
Study leading to an academic award like a degree or diploma. Also refers to the degree in which you are enrolled: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science.
A concentration or major in which the student focuses his or her study. Students then take required courses and electives relevant to their program in order to fulfill the specific requirements. Programs are selected by the student upon registration.
A specified set of courses required to achieve a specific objective or degree, such as general education or major requirements.
A structured academic program of study normally leading to the award of a degree, diploma or certificate; eg Bachelor of Arts program.
A number of Events grouped together under a single name. This is makes user enrollment more efficient in that you may enroll a user or group of users in a program which contains a list of individual events. The Program might be viewed as the course, while the events are viewed as all of the class meetings that constitute the course.
is a specific combination of courses that fulfils the requirements for a degree.
May either be an 'award' or 'non-award' program. Each program is identified by program code (eg. 3100, in the case of (BA) Bachelor of Arts). Award Program: A program of formal study or supervised research leading to the award of a degree or diploma or which qualifies a student to enter a program at a level higher than a Bachelor degree. Non-award Program: A program of study which does not lead to an award but comprises courses or sets of courses from an award program which may be counted as credit towards the requirements of an award course.
A program is any combination of courses with a set of coherent organizing principles and goals; for example, the Bachelor of Arts degree, or a concentration or major in a degree or a university certificate.
A Beyond Books program is a self-contained website comprising online text, activities, assessments, and other materials. A program may be used as a supplement to or a replacement for a textbook. Beyond Books currently offers 25 programs in five academic disciplines. Most Beyond Books programs are designed to cover one half of a school year. The program is the smallest unit currently offered for subscription. Beyond Books programs are organized by academic discipline (such as Social Studies) and subject area (such as American history).
A combination of courses over a specific area or discipline that fulfills requirements for a degree.
a combination and sequence of courses in a variety of subjects over three or more years that often leads to a degree.
That construct of Liberal Arts and Sciences, major, minor, and/or professional courses which satisfies the requirements for a particular degree.
a group of courses that lead to a certificate, concentration, minor, or major.
The collection of courses constructed in an approved way to form a coherent program leading to one of the awards of the University. For example, the Bachelor of Science program leads to the Bachelor of Science degree.
A program is a definite plan of studies that may result in a certificate, diploma or degree.
A complete series of study leading to a degree or diploma.
A program is a collection of courses generally delivered over two semesters for three years. Successful completion of a program results in an award (degree) conferred to the graduate.
A UniSA specific term for the degree the person is studying over several years. Programs are made up of a collection of different courses. ()
A program is a structure of courses leading to a University degree (e.g. B.A.Sc. program).
Your units of study are the building blocks in your program. To earn your degree, you need to have completed certain units of study. The way these are put together for your degree is called your 'program'.
A collection of specific subjects that make up a complete course of study. Recent school leaver (RSL) You completed, or will complete your Year 12 examinations at school or at TAFE in the same or previous year that you apply for entry to a university course. You have never been enrolled in higher education studies (this does not include previous TAFE or Open Learning studies).
A program is always the goal that a student is aiming for; be it a degree or General University Requirements.
A group of courses, generally a combination of required and elective courses, which leads to a degree. General program: A program consisting of a minimum of 15.0 credits and normally taken over three academic years. Honours program: A program consisting of a minimum of 20.0 credits and normally taken over four academic years with an area of specialization.
A group of courses, generally a combination of required and elective courses, which leads to a degree. General Program: A program normally taken over three academic years. The courses are taken at the general-level. Honours Program: A program normally taken over four academic years with an area of specialization taken at the honours-level.
A specified series of courses which, when taken collectively, presumes the development of some prescribed knowledge or competency, leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate.
a combination of courses and related activities organized for the attainment of broad educational objectives as described by the institution.
is a series of courses, the successful completion of which, if all requirements are met, qualifies the candidate for a degree, diploma or certificate.
Your program is the area of studies in which you will receive your degree. See also Degree Program.
The series of courses that leads to a particular degree.
A collection of specific modules, subjects or units that make up a complete course of study or qualification.
A planned curriculum or series of courses in a specific field of study, usually leading to a certificate or an Associate of Applied Sciences Degree.
A list of course requirements that must be successfully completed to be eligible for a H.C.T. credential
Proposed or desired plan or course of proceedings and actions.
A complete course of study, as defined by the school, such as a bachelors degree program or a certification program.
A prescribed syllabus of study leading to a degree, certificate, or academic credential.
A group of courses that combine to provide skills and learning leading to a certificate, diploma or degree.
A combination of subjects which according to degree rules leads to an academic award of the University.
A sequentially organized series of courses and other educational experiences designed to culminate in an academic degree or certificate. The terms "instructional program," "academic program" and "course of study" are considered synonymous.
A structured group of courses that, when successfully completed, leads to a certificate, diploma, or degree.
See Academic Plan.
A group of courses that form a specialization.
See Academic program.
A specified combination of courses leading to a degree in a particular subject.
A program is a package of 3-16 online training courses offered by OTC.
A structured and integrated program of education or training, usually consisting of a number of courses (subjects), and leading to the award of a qualification, i.e. certificates I-IV, diploma or advanced diploma.
The courses of study organized to fulfill an academic objective, such as a BSc degree.