The body of information and material that all students are expected to learn.
The group of subjects that must be studied by all pupils â€“ English, Maths and Science.
According to the Michigan School Improvement Framework, a core curriculum is a curriculum, or course of study, that is deemed central and usually made mandatory for all students of a school or school system based on state standards. Michigan's core curriculum addresses English language arts, math, science, social studies, and arts education.
A set of courses that form the core of every student's education at a particular college or university; a defined group of specific courses required to graduate. Until the middle of the 20th century, nearly all colleges and universities had a core curriculum; however, since the 1960s, core requirements have become less rigid at most institutions of higher education.
The district defined curriculum. The core curriculum is the range of knowledge and skills which are included in the District-adopted course of study and which must be learned for successful grade promotion and graduation. The curriculum may include academic as well as cultural, social and moral knowledge and skills. IEP goals and objectives should reflect knowledge and implementation of the District´s core curriculum as adapted for the student with disabilities.
Courses required by a specific major. Courses in the core curriculum usually must be taken for a grade, not Pass/No Pass, in order to count toward degree requirements.
English, maths and science studied by all pupils from 5-16
Our school requires students to take some courses that reflect the mission of the university. See the catalog for a more detailed description.
The core curriculum at UALR is a 44-hour requirement designed to provide a foundation for the student's further academic and professional activities. Required of all students seeking baccalaureate degrees, the core curriculum includes options from across the disciplines, including arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. The core courses are designed to help students develop nine fundamental competencies. See also "Competencies." All core courses include active teaching and learning strategies, reading and writing experiences, and critical thinking activities.
A specific body of subject content, adopted by the local school board and aligned with the state curriculum framework. The purpose of the core curriculum is to ensure that all students fully develop the skills of reading, writing, speaking, listening, calculation, learning, and critical thinking.
A required group of courses common to all UMA degree programs including course work in English, communications, mathematics, science, computer science, social science, and arts and humanities. Core courses ensure breadth of study for all students and help to build critical thinking, decision making, communication, and learning skills.
A group of subjects (English, Maths and Science) studied by all pupils under the National Curriculum introduced by the Education Reform Act 1988.
a set of courses designed for the purposes of general education and required of all students
The curriculum in liberal arts, humanities, sciences, and political, social, and cultural history that all undergraduate students of an institution of higher education are required to complete as part of an undergraduate academic degree program. Also referred to as the general education component.
ASUâ€™s basic course of study required for a bachelorâ€™s degree.
A curriculum in which all or some of the subjects or courses are based on a central theme in order to correlate the subjects and the theme.
(a.k.a. The Core) A distinctive element of an Oglethorpe education since the 1940s, the Core, in its current form, provides a four-year common learning experience for all students. The Core encourages students to pursue links among the various areas of study and to appreciate the value of intellectual inquiry.
The National Curriculum subjects that every child must study throughout their period of compulsory schooling - these subject are English, Mathematics, Science and Information Technology.
A specified number of courses or credits in the humanities, social sciences, life sciences, and/or physical sciences required of all students, regardless of major, to ensure a basic set of learning experiences.
The term "core curriculum" is not an official term used in any of the ACGME's requirements. The term, however, has developed among practitioners when referring to those elements of a resident's curriculum common across all specialties. These common elements are now incorporated into the general competencies. The competencies themselves do not constitute a curriculum. Rather, they are the organizing principles upon which a core curriculum can be developed.
A group of courses, in varied areas of the arts and sciences, designated by a college faculty as requirements for a degree from that school.
The group of subjects (English, Maths and Science) considered to be essential to a pupil's education and therefore studied by all pupils (see Options).
Requirements in the college of Arts and Sciences in various skill and content areas. See the University of Colorado at Boulder Catalog for details.
This refers to the general education courses required of all students with the "conviction that a liberal learning is the best preparation for a satisfying and successful life."
A wide selection of general education courses required of all students.
Basic courses that must be taken by candidates for any bachelor's degree.
That part of the curriculum that is considered essential for all students, and is usually compulsory.
In education, a core curriculum is a curriculum, or course of study, which is deemed central and usually made mandatory for all students of a school or school system. Core curricula are often instituted, at the primary and secondary levels, by school boards, Departments of Education, or other administrative agencies charged with overseeing education. At the undergraduate level, individual college and university administrations and faculties sometimes mandate core curricula, especially in the liberal arts.
The Core Curriculum was originally developed as the main curriculum used by Columbia University's Columbia College. It began in 1919 with "Contemporary Civilization," about the origins of western civilization. It became the framework for many similar educational models throughout the United States.