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Course can refer to:
- Course (navigation), the path of travel
- Course (sail), the principal sail on a mast of a sailing vessel
- Course (food), a set of one or more food items served at once during a meal
- Course (education), in the United States, a unit of instruction in one subject, lasting one academic term
- Course of study, in the Commonwealth of Nations and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a programme of education leading to a degree or diploma
- Course of employment, a legal consideration of all circumstances which may occur in the performance of a person's job
- Course (medicine), a regime of medical drugs, or the speed of evolution of a disease
- Course (music), a pair or more of adjacent strings tuned to unison or an octave and played together to give a single note, in a stringed instrument
- Course (architecture), a continuous horizontal layer of similarly-sized building material, in a wall
- String course, a continuous narrow horizontal course or moulding which projects slightly from the surface of a wall
- Course (orienteering), a series of control points visited by orienteers during a competition, marked with red/white flags in the terrain, and corresponding purple symbols on the map
- Coursing is the pursuit of game or other animals by dogs
Course may also refer to:
- Main course, the primary dish in a meal consisting of several courses
- Golf course, an area of land designated for the play of golf
- Obstacle course, a series of challenging physical obstacles an individual or team must navigate for sport
- Show jumping course, an equitation or equestrian obstacle course
- Race course, for the racing of people, animals, and vehicles
- La Course by Le Tour de France ("La Course"), a women's professional road course bicycle race that accompanies Le Tour (Tour de France).
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