If there is a theme that runs through Hagel's syllabus choices, it's a pretty realpolitik one.
The syllabus hints that discussions will touch on marketing, religion, gay culture, sex, and gender.
Yep, you read that right: The glamorous world of global influence peddling just got its own syllabus.
Here are ten books that belong on any syllabus of self-transformation.
The syllabus is excellent in the attention paid to games, in the commendation of skipping and of dancing.
Besides, it was borrowed from the syllabus of a degraded superstition.
The writer would anticipate the criticism that the list of books specified in the syllabus for reading is incomplete.
He himself was keeping his mind on the syllabus with considerable difficulty.
The syllabus had not permanently fixed his attention upon it.
He was suspended from his priestly functions, dressed as a layman, and was temerarious enough to criticise the syllabus.
1650s, "table of contents of a series of lectures, etc.," from Late Latin syllabus "list," a misreading of Greek sittybos (plural of sittyba "parchment label, table of contents," of unknown origin) in a 1470s edition of Cicero's "Ad Atticum" iv.5 and 8. The proper plural would be syllabi.