Etymology
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curricular (adj.)

1798, "pertaining to driving or carriages;" from Latin curriculum "fast chariot" (from currere "to run, move quickly;" from PIE root *kers- "to run") + -ar. From 1881 in reference to systems of education.

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Definitions of curricular

curricular (adj.)
of or relating to an academic course of study;
From wordnet.princeton.edu