Definition of gut course in English:

gut course

Syllabification: gut course


A college or university course requiring little work or intellectual ability.
More example sentences
  • I learned that I was in a ‘gut course’ when the instructor, taking a page from the Marine Corps manual, marched in and announced that we would memorize 66 integrals by the next class.
  • The inclination of the nation as a whole is to take gut courses, the arts and entertainment curriculum, preferably with heavy doses of sex and death.
  • This was by no means a gut course, but it was definitely a refreshing break for an overworked junior.

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