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coursework

(ˈkɔːsˌwɜːk)
n
(Education) written or oral work completed by a student within a given period, which is assessed as an integral part of an educational course
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Noun1.coursework - work assigned to and done by a student during a course of study; usually it is evaluated as part of the student's grade in the course
work - activity directed toward making or doing something; "she checked several points needing further work"
course, course of instruction, course of study, class - education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings; "he took a course in basket weaving"; "flirting is not unknown in college classes"
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Besides computer programming, college officials have plans to add degree course work in technical and electrical engineering, which they hope to offer at the center in the near future, Orr said.
And devoted to their families, they do course work along with baby- sitting chores and translation duties for parents who don't speak English.
The grant will fund five months of course work for 120 women who aspire to become developers.
The exhibition features the students' course work along with the examination work which is themed 'Growth and Evolution'.
PESHAWAR -- The advanced studies and research board of the University of Peshawar in its monthly meeting, Tuesday, decided to bring the course work and other requirements for the LLM course work and research proposal at par with the M.
I feel particularly for those who have researched away for course work.
Course work toward a baccalaureate, master's, or doctoral degree is another way to address the need for lifelong learning.
SCHOOL'S out for the Easter holidays for most Coventry pupils - but some are back in the classroom cramming for exams and finishing course work.
Students come to their course work in statistics with varying degrees personality dispositions and academic experiences that can either help or hinder their ability to do well.
Thus, it is the responsibility of the field and personnel preparation programs to identify and address these specific needs in course work.