Define:

Academic programs

The meaning of “

Academic programs

” differs based on where it is used. We list many below, then combine them into one or more market-standard definitions.

How is Academic programs defined in a legal contract?

  • Academic programs means all activities related to instruction, research, and public service, including internships, teaching and research assistantships, and cooperative education, at all levels of study. Seen in 5 SEC filings
  • Academic programs means any group of courses constituting a major, degree, degree option, concentration, certificate program, or similar entity. Seen in 3 SEC filings
  • Academic programs means the full-time registered courses, whether or not for academic credit, including undergraduate and graduate academic programs that are offered. Seen in 1 SEC filing
  • Academic programs means all for-credit academic programs and non-credit offerings created, managed and delivered by a certain educational institution. Seen in 1 SEC filing
  • Academic programs means the accredited courses and undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs offered by a certain institution to all enrolled students; does not include non-credit courses or programs. Seen in 1 SEC filing

Note: The Genie AI Legal Assistant pulled this data out of the SEC EDGAR Database of 500,000 records from the past 22 years of filings. We regularly update this page as new filings and definitions come in.

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Which definition should you use?

🤔 Our AI Legal Assistant has combined and improved the above descriptions to create market-standard 'Genie definitions' below, with guidance on which documents and which industry to use for each.

Genie Definition 1

  • Academic programs means all teaching, research, cooperative education activities, and course offerings across all study levels.

Relevant Contract Types

Relevant Circumstances

  • Formation of partnerships for co-education programs.
  • Establishment of research or teaching collaborations.
  • Offerings for continuing education programs or professional development.
  • Setting up internship or experiental learning programs.

Relevant Sectors

Genie Definition 2

  • Academic program means full-time registered courses for academic credit, including majors, degrees, certificates, or similar entities.

Relevant Contract Types

Relevant Circumstances

  • Enrollment of students into courses, degrees or certifications.
  • Affiliation of an institution with another to offer credited courses or degree programs.
  • Setting up dual degree or transfer programs.

Relevant Sectors

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