Recent Examples of syllabus from the Web
The list of names reads like a syllabus to an introductory class on Royals history.
Professor Malan, in an email, said the guidelines in the course syllabus were clear.
The human sexuality course syllabus also stated that in-class recording is not permitted.
Under Kip Fagan’s direction, the syllabus progresses predictably (a shocking opener excepted), and much of the dialogue is indulgently talky.
Students cried in the hallways, professors cancelled classes, and some courses veered off the syllabus, covering instead what could change come January 20th.
Artificial intelligence is now on the syllabus at top-tier business schools.
Basing class discussions totally off of things (e.g. assumed cultural capital) that are off the syllabus; being dismissive when students come with a concern around inclusion.
The references all remain the same, what was on the syllabus in some New York liberal college in 1963.
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Origin and Etymology of syllabus
Late Latin, alteration of Latin sillybus label for a book, from Greek sillybos
First Known Use: circa 1656
SYLLABUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of syllabus for English Language Learners
: a list of the topics or books that will be studied in a course
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