The course titles are followed by numbers and letters (e.g. Mathematics 10F or ELA: Comprehensive Focus 30S). The designation at the end of a course title contains three characters:
|1||course developed for Grade 9|
|2||course developed for Grade 10|
|3||course developed for Grade 11|
|4||course developed for Grade 12|
|0||course developed or approved by Manitoba for 1 credit|
|5||course developed or approved by Manitoba for ½ credit|
|1 or 2||course developed by someone else (e.g. school, out of province) and approved or registered by Manitoba|
Course and programming designations identify and describe the purpose of a course. The most commonly used course designations are: general (G), foundation (F) and specialized (S).
Other designations include modified (M), EAL (E) and individualized (I).
These designations are for students with IEPs. The college (C) and university (U) designations are used for courses that can be also credited in colleges and universities.