elective course

NOUN
  1. a course that the student can select from among alternatives
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How To Use elective course In A Sentence

  • The second year is largely made up of elective courses; students can opt for specialist tracks such as general management, biotechnology and financial engineering. Times, Sunday Times
  • All classes used for recruitment were general elective courses that attracted a diverse cross-section of male and female college students.
  • In terms of an agreement with the Ministry of Education, it is recognised as an elective course.
  • The programme is a part both of the curriculum elective courses and of the extra-curricular activities of the students, for which they receive grades.
  • an elective course of study
  • Beginning is take as an elective course, make interest gradually, graduation hind becomes side occupation.
  • What if each school and college offered an elective course in pedagogy to prepare students for this education-based practice experience?
  • One physics department in Kenya allows its students to take an elective course in entrepreneurship offered by the university's business division.
  • Various chapters may also be interesting to Master's degree students taking specialized elective courses in strategy.
  • The new master's program has a set curriculum with no elective courses.
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