Subchapter 9. Vocational Education Contracts. Article 1. General Provisions. Definitions.
For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply:
(a) Course. "Course" means an instructional unit of an area or field of organized knowledge, usually provided on a semester, year, or prescribed length-of-time basis.
(b) Program. A "program" is an organized sequence of courses of instruction leading to a defined objective, degree, certificate, diploma, or license.
(c) Student. A "student" is any individual enrolled in a public entity who may benefit from the vocational instruction under contract with a private postsecondary school and has either reached his or her 16th birthday or junior class standing in a public secondary school, or who has been recommended by the chief school administrator of the public entity to participate in instruction provided by a private entity.
Education Code 8092
(Amended by Register 83, No. 41.)