Education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings(noun)
An integrated course of academic studies(noun)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "course of study" in a sentence
"The pupil who could master this course of study was prepared, so far as the education within reach could fit him, to undertake the responsibilities of life; and it was generally acquired at the expense of a daily walk of several miles through deep snow and intense cold, with books and dinner-basket in hand."
"I was nearing the four years I had signed up for when I received a copy of a letter sent on my behalf to the U.S. Coast Guard from the maritime college at Fort Schuyler, stating that I had completed my course of study and would be graduating that summer."
"Still more significant of the change are the references to the course of study in the statutes of Corpus Christi College, Oxford (1517)."