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course vs module vs lecture vs seminar
My question concerns terminology in education in universities. Let us consider the following terms:
1a. course in the US
1b. course in the UK
2a. module in the US
2b. module in the UK
3a. lecture in the US
3b. lecture in the UK
4a. seminar in the US
4b. seminar in the UK
Which terms denote one-off events, which events last a term, and which events denote a whole BSc/MSc program? (Yes, I've read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Course_(education), but it seems controversial.)