class (esp. AmE), course

Professors will want to develop their own course syllabuses.

exam, examination (both esp. BrE)
A level, FCE, GCSE, etc.
college, school (esp. BrE), university (esp. BrE)
geography, history, mathematics, etc.
online, sample

sample syllabuses for undergraduate courses

design, develop, write
follow, offer, teach, use

The courses do not follow the syllabus of any particular examination board.

Several schools in Britain already teach this syllabus.

follow, study

Students follow different syllabuses according to their ability.

change, revise (esp. BrE)

the need to revise the history syllabus

cover, get through

It was impossible to cover the syllabus in a year.

contain sth, cover sth, include sth

Does the syllabus cover modern literature?

content (BrE)
from syllabus

questions from last year's syllabus

in a/the syllabus

Let's include that in this year's syllabus.

on a/the syllabus

Is calculus on the syllabus?

syllabus for

some syllabuses for basic courses in geography

syllabus in

the course syllabuses in arts subjects

Collocations dictionary. 2013.


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  • syllabus — has the plural form syllabuses, not syllabi …   Modern English usage

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