minicourse

[min-ee-kawrs, -kohrs]
noun
a short, intensive course of study, usually a few weeks long.
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It is intended as the basis of a two-week minicourse.
Describes an interdisciplinary kinesiology course which incorporated a
  minicourse on the physics of sports.
The unit is intended as the basis of a three and one-half week minicourse for
  students in art courses in grades eight and nine.
Minicourse lessons and plans are referred to frequently.
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