All CIP Instruction Programs that have cross-references 415

All CIP Instruction Programs that have cross-references 415
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01.0000 – 01
Agriculture, General.
A program that focuses on the general principles and practice of agricultural research and production and that may prepare individuals to apply this knowledge to the solution of practical agricultural problems. Includes instruction in basic animal, plant, and soil science; animal husbandry and plant cultivation; soil conservation; and agricultural operations such as farming, ranching, and agricultural business.
14.0301 – Agricultural Engineering.
01.0103 – 01
Agricultural Economics.
A program that focuses on the application of economics to the analysis of resource allocation, productivity, investment, and trends in the agricultural sector, both domestically and internationally. Includes instruction in economics and related subfields as well as applicable agricultural fields.
03.0204 – Environmental/Natural Resource Economics.
Examples: – Agroeconomics

01.0105 – 01
Agricultural/Farm Supplies Retailing and Wholesaling.
A program that prepares individuals to sell agricultural products and supplies, provide support services to agricultural enterprises, and purchase and market agricultural products. Includes instruction in basic business management, marketing, retailing and wholesaling operations, and applicable principles of agriculture and agricultural operations.
52.1803 – Retailing and Retail Operations., 52.1901 – Auctioneering., 52.0202 – Purchasing, Procurement/Acquisitions and Contracts Management.
01.0204 – 01
Agricultural Power Machinery Operation.
A program that prepares individuals to operate specialized farm, ranch, and agribusiness power equipment of a stationary, mobile, or hand-operated nature. Includes instruction in operating specialized equipment such as terrestrial and airborne crop-spraying equipment; tractors and hauling equipment; planting and harvesting equipment; cutting equipment; power sources and systems for silos, irrigation, pumping, and applications such as dairy, feeding and shearing operations; processing equipment; and applicable electrical, mechanical, and safety principles.
49.0202 – Construction/Heavy Equipment/Earthmoving Equipment Operation.
Examples: – Farm Equipment Operator

01.0308 – 01
Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture.
A program that focuses on agricultural principles and practices that, over the long term, enhance environmental quality, make efficient use of nonrenewable resources, integrate natural biological cycles and controls, and are economically viable and socially responsible; and that may prepare individuals to apply this knowledge to the solution of agricultural and environmental problems. Includes instruction in principles of agroecology, crop and soil sciences, entomology, horticulture, animal science, weed science and management, soil fertility and nutrient cycling, applied ecology, agricultural economics, and rangeland ecology and watershed management.
30.3301 – Sustainability Studies.
Examples: – Agroecology, – Sustainable Agriculture, – Organic Farming

01.0310 – 01
Apiculture.
A program that focuses on improving the beekeeping industry, promoting pollination of fruits and vegetables, and bee colony expansion and maintenance. Includes instruction in apiary behavior, apiary equipment and supplies, beekeeping, bee pests and parasites, handling bees, hive set up and care, queen rearing, and seasonal management practices.
36.0120 – Beekeeping.
Examples: – Scientific Beekeeping, – Apiary Management

01.0605 – 01
Landscaping and Groundskeeping.
A program that prepares individuals to manage and maintain indoor and/or outdoor ornamental and recreational plants and groundcovers and related conceptual designs established by landscape architects, interior designers, enterprise owners or managers, and individual clients. Includes instruction in applicable principles of horticulture, gardening, plant and soil irrigation and nutrition, turf maintenance, plant maintenance, equipment operation and maintenance, personnel supervision, and purchasing.
04.0601 – Landscape Architecture.
Examples: – Greenspace

01.0609 – 01
Public Horticulture.
A program of study that focuses on combining traditional horticulture and public education and outreach. Includes instruction in botany, soil science, plant science, agricultural economics, leadership, and business.
36.0123 – Master Gardener/Gardening.
01.0699 – 01
Applied Horticulture/Horticultural Business Services, Other.
Any instructional program in horticultural service operations not listed above.
03.0508 – Urban Forestry.
01.0701 – 01
International Agriculture.
A program that focuses on the application of agricultural management and scientific principles to the problems of global food production and distribution, and to the study of the agricultural systems of other countries. Includes instruction in agricultural economics; comparative agricultural systems; international agribusiness and law; third-world development studies and economic development; and global applications of climate, soil, water resources, ecological and environmental studies, and animal and plant sciences.
45.0604 – Development Economics and International Development.
01.0801 – 01
Agricultural and Extension Education Services.
A program that prepares individuals to provide referral, consulting, technical assistance, and educational services to gardeners, farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses, and other organizations. Includes instruction in basic agricultural sciences, agricultural business operations, pest control, adult education methods, public relations, applicable state laws and regulations, and communication skills.
13.1301 – Agricultural Teacher Education., 45.1103 – Rural Sociology., 36.0123 – Master Gardener/Gardening.
01.0802 – 01
Agricultural Communication/Journalism.
A program that prepares individuals to apply journalistic, communication, and broadcasting principles to the development, production, and transmittal of agricultural information. Includes instruction in basic journalism, broadcasting, film/video, and communication techniques; the production of technically specialized information products for agricultural audiences; and the principles of agricultural sciences and business operations needed to develop and communicate agricultural subject matter in effective ways.
09.0407 – Science/Health/Environmental Journalism.
01.0901 – 01
Animal Sciences, General.
A general program that focuses on the scientific principles that underlie the breeding and husbandry of agricultural animals, and the production, processing, and distribution of agricultural animal products. Includes instruction in the animal sciences, animal husbandry and production, and agricultural and food products processing.
26.0701 – Zoology/Animal Biology.
01.0902 – 01
Agricultural Animal Breeding.
A program that focuses on the application of genetics and genetic engineering to the improvement of agricultural animal health, the development of new animal breeds, and the selective improvement of agricultural animal populations. Includes instruction in genetics, genetic engineering, population genetics, animal health, animal husbandry, and biotechnology.
26.0804 – Animal Genetics.
01.1001 – 01
Food Science.
A program that focuses on the application of biological, chemical, and physical principles to the study of converting raw agricultural products into processed forms suitable for direct human consumption, and the storage of such products. Includes instruction in applicable aspects of the agricultural sciences, human physiology and nutrition, food chemistry, agricultural products processing, food additives, food preparation and packaging, food storage and shipment, and related aspects of human health and safety including toxicology and pathology.
19.0501 – Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies, General., 12.0509 – Culinary Science/Culinology.
Examples: – Food Safety

01.1003 – 01
Brewing Science.
A program that focuses on the business, science, and technology of beer brewing operations. Includes instruction in biology, biochemistry, brewing, entrepreneurship, fermentation, malting, marketing, microbiology, quality control, and sanitation.
52.0910 – Brewery/Brewpub Operations/Management.
Examples: – Sustainable Brewing

01.1005 – 01
Zymology/Fermentation Science.
A program that focuses on the business, science, and technology of fermented food production. Includes instruction in biology, biochemistry, brewing, entrepreneurship, fermentation, marketing, microbiology, quality control, and sanitation.
52.0910 – Brewery/Brewpub Operations/Management.
01.1101 – 01
Plant Sciences, General.
A general program that focuses on the scientific principles that underlie the breeding, cultivation, and production of agricultural plants, and the production, processing, and distribution of agricultural plant products. Includes instruction in the plant sciences, crop cultivation and production, and agricultural and food products processing.
26.0308 – Plant Molecular Biology., 26.0307 – Plant Physiology., 26.0301 – Botany/Plant Biology., 26.0305 – Plant Pathology/Phytopathology.
01.1104 – 01
Agricultural and Horticultural Plant Breeding.
A program that focuses on the application of genetics and genetic engineering to the improvement of agricultural plant health, the development of new plant varieties, and the selective improvement of agricultural plant populations. Includes instruction in genetics, genetic engineering, population genetics, agronomy, plant protection, and biotechnology.
26.0805 – Plant Genetics.
01.1105 – 01
Plant Protection and Integrated Pest Management.
A program that focuses on the application of scientific principles to the control of animal, insect and weed infestation of domesticated plant populations and other settings, including agricultural crops; the prevention/reduction of attendant economic loss; and the control of environmental pollution and degradation related to pest infestation and pest control measures. Includes instruction in entomology, applicable animal sciences, plant pathology and physiology, weed science, crop science, and environmental toxicology.
26.0702 – Entomology.
Examples: – Pest Management, – Extermination

03.0101 – 03
Natural Resources/Conservation, General.
A general program that focuses on the studies and activities relating to the natural environment and its conservation, use, and improvement. Includes instruction in subjects such as climate, air, soil, water, land, fish and wildlife, and plant resources; in the basic principles of environmental science and natural resources management; and the recreational and economic uses of renewable and nonrenewable natural resources.
26.1307 – Conservation Biology.
03.0103 – 03
Environmental Studies.
A program that focuses on environment-related issues using scientific, social scientific, or humanistic approaches or a combination. Includes instruction in the basic principles of ecology and environmental science and related subjects such as policy, politics, law, economics, social aspects, planning, pollution control, natural resources, and the interactions of human beings and nature.
14.1401 – Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering., 30.4401 – Geography and Environmental Studies.
Examples: – Ecosystem Studies

03.0104 – 03
Environmental Science.
A program that focuses on the application of biological, chemical, and physical principles to the study of the physical environment and the solution of environmental problems, including subjects such as abating or controlling environmental pollution and degradation; the interaction between human society and the natural environment; and natural resources management. Includes instruction in biology, chemistry, physics, geosciences, climatology, statistics, and mathematical modeling.
26.1305 – Environmental Biology., 26.1307 – Conservation Biology., 14.1401 – Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering.
Examples: – Bioenvironmental Sciences

03.0204 – 03
Environmental/Natural Resource Economics.
A program that focuses on the application of economic concepts and methods to the analysis of issues such as air and water pollution, land use planning, waste disposal, invasive species and pest control, conservation policies, and related environmental problems. Includes instruction in cost-benefit analysis, environmental impact assessment, evaluation and assessment of alternative resource management strategies, policy evaluation and monitoring, and descriptive and analytic tools for studying how environmental developments affect the economic system.
01.0103 – Agricultural Economics.
Examples: – Environmental Economics and Policy

03.0205 – 03
Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management.
A program that prepares individuals to apply the principles of marine/aquatic biology, oceanography, natural resource economics, and natural resources management to the development, conservation, and management of freshwater and saltwater environments. Includes instruction in subjects such as wetlands, riverine, lacustrine, coastal, and oceanic water resources; water conservation and use; flood control; pollution control; water supply logistics; wastewater management; aquatic and marine ecology; aquatic and marine life conservation; and the economic and recreational uses of water resources.
26.1304 – Aquatic Biology/Limnology., 40.0605 – Hydrology and Water Resources Science., 14.0805 – Water Resources Engineering.
03.0206 – 03
Land Use Planning and Management/Development.
A program that focuses on how public and/or private land and associated resources can be preserved, developed, and used for maximum social, economic, and environmental benefit. Includes instruction in natural resources management, natural resource economics, public policy, regional and land use planning, environmental impact assessment, applicable law and regulations, government and politics, principles of business and real estate land use, statistical and analytical tools, computer applications, mapping and report preparation, site analysis, cost analysis, and communications skills.
04.0601 – Landscape Architecture., 31.0301 – Parks, Recreation, and Leisure Facilities Management, General.
03.0207 – 03
Environmental/Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism.
A program that prepares individuals to plan, develop, and manage tourism in a natural resource setting, with an emphasis on applying environmentally sound, culturally sensitive, and economically sustainable principles. Includes instruction in environmental studies; natural resource management and interpretation; tourism planning, management, and policies; public land use management and policies; communications; marketing; and public relations.
31.0301 – Parks, Recreation, and Leisure Facilities Management, General.
Examples: – Ecotourism, – Resource Recreation and Tourism, – Nature-Based Tourism, – Natural Resources Interpretation, – Hunting and Fishing Guide

03.0301 – 03
Fishing and Fisheries Sciences and Management.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the husbandry and production of non-domesticated fish and shellfish populations for recreational and commercial purposes and the management of fishing and marine/aquatic product processing to ensure adequate conservation and efficient utilization. Includes instruction in the principles of marine/aquatic biology, freshwater and saltwater ecosystems, water resources, fishing production operations and management, fishing policy and regulation, and the management of recreational and commercial fishing activities.
26.1302 – Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography., 49.0303 – Commercial Fishing.
03.0501 – 03
Forestry, General.
A program that generally prepares individuals to manage and develop forest areas for economic, recreational, and ecological purposes. Includes instruction in forest-related sciences, mapping, statistics, harvesting and production technology, natural resources management and economics, wildlife sciences, administration, and public relations.
14.3401 – Forest Engineering.
03.0509 – 03
Wood Science and Wood Products/Pulp and Paper Technology/Technician.
A program that focuses on the application of chemical, physical, and engineering principles to the analysis of the properties and behavior of wood and wood products and the development of processes for converting wood into paper and other products. Includes instruction in wood classification and testing, product development, manufacturing and processing technologies, and the design and development of related equipment and systems.
14.4001 – Paper Science and Engineering.
03.0601 – 03
Wildlife, Fish and Wildlands Science and Management.
A program that prepares individuals to conserve and manage wilderness areas and the flora, marine and aquatic life therein, and manage wildlife reservations and zoological/aquarium facilities for recreational, commercial, and ecological purposes. Includes instruction in wildlife biology, marine/aquatic biology, environmental science, freshwater and saltwater ecosystems, natural resources management and policy, outdoor recreation and parks management, the design and operation of natural and artificial wildlife habitats, applicable law and regulations, and related administrative and communications skills.
26.0709 – Wildlife Biology.
04.0201 – 04
Architecture.
A program that prepares individuals for the independent professional practice of architecture and to conduct research in various aspects of the field. Includes instruction in architectural design, history, and theory; building structures and environmental systems; project and site planning; construction; professional responsibilities and standards; and related cultural, social, economic, and environmental issues.
15.1303 – Architectural Drafting and Architectural CAD/CADD., 14.0401 – Architectural Engineering.
Examples: – Architecture (BArch, BA/BS), – Architecture (MArch/MA/MS), – Architecture (PhD)

04.0301 – 04
City/Urban, Community, and Regional Planning.
A program that prepares individuals to apply principles of planning, analysis, and architecture to the development and improvement of urban areas and surrounding regions, and to function as professional planners. Includes instruction in principles of architecture; master plan development; service, communications, and transportation systems design; community and commercial development; zoning; land use planning; applied economics; policy analysis; applicable laws and regulations; and professional responsibilities and managerial duties.
45.1201 – Urban Studies/Affairs.
Examples: – Urban Design

04.0401 – 04
Environmental Design/Architecture.
A program that prepares individuals to design public and private spaces, indoor and outdoor, for leisure, recreational, commercial, and living purposes, and for professional practice as environmental designers and architects. Includes instruction in the design and planning of public and private open spaces and their relationship to buildings and other aspects of the built environment; facilities management; related aspects of interior design and architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning; and professional responsibilities and standards.
19.0601 – Housing and Human Environments, General.
04.0402 – 04
Healthcare Environment Design/Architecture.
A program that focuses on the design and performance of healthcare environments to optimize healing. Includes instruction in interior design, architecture, healing sciences, healthcare environments, human-centered design, and healthcare delivery.
30.3701 – Design for Human Health.
04.0501 – 04
Interior Architecture.
A program that prepares individuals to apply architectural principles in the design of structural interiors for living, recreational, and business purposes and to function as professional interior architects. Includes instruction in architecture, structural systems design, heating and cooling systems, occupational and safety standards, interior design, specific end-use applications, and professional responsibilities and standards.
50.0408 – Interior Design.
04.0601 – 04
Landscape Architecture.
A program that prepares individuals for the independent professional practice of landscape architecture and research in various aspects of the field. Includes instruction in geology and hydrology; soils, groundcovers, and horticultural elements; project and site planning; landscape design, history, and theory; environmental design; applicable law and regulations; and professional responsibilities and standards.
01.0605 – Landscaping and Groundskeeping., 03.0206 – Land Use Planning and Management/Development.
Examples: – Landscape Architecture (BS, BSLA, BLA), – Landscape Architecture (MSLA, MLA), – Landscape Architecture (PhD)

04.0802 – 04
Architectural Conservation.
A program that focuses on the architectural design principles and building techniques used in historic structures and environments, and the process of saving and restoring old buildings and districts for contemporary use and enjoyment. Includes instruction in architectural history, building conservation techniques, and material conservation.
30.1201 – Historic Preservation and Conservation, General.
04.0901 – 04
Architectural Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to assist architects in developing plans and related documentation and in performing architectural office services. Includes instruction in architectural drafting, computer-assisted drafting and design, construction methods and materials, environmental systems, building codes and standards, structural principles, cost estimation, planning documentation, visual communication skills, display production, and architectural office management.
15.1303 – Architectural Drafting and Architectural CAD/CADD.
04.1001 – 04
Real Estate Development.
A program that prepares individuals to create and redevelop housing, offices, retail centers, and industrial sites. Includes instruction in architectural design and construction, historic preservation, landscape architecture, urban planning and design, business, real estate and land use law, public policy, and engineering.
52.1501 – Real Estate.
05.0101 – 05
African Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of one or more of the peoples of the African Continent, usually with an emphasis on Africa south of the Sahara, and including the African diasporas overseas.
05.0201 – African-American/Black Studies.
05.0103 – 05
Asian Studies/Civilization.
A program that focuses on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of one or more of the peoples of the Asian Continent, including the study of the Asian diasporas overseas.
05.0206 – Asian-American Studies.
05.0105 – 05
Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of the region encompassing Russia, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia, including the Balkan, Baltic, Caucasus, and Central Asian states that were republics of the former Soviet Union.
05.0110 – Russian Studies.
Examples: – Russian and East European Studies, – Central and Eastern European Studies, – CIS Studies

05.0107 – 05
Latin American Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of one or more of the Hispanic peoples of the North and South American Continents outside Canada and the United States, including the study of the Pre-Columbian period and the flow of immigrants from other societies.
05.0203 – Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-American/Chicano Studies.
05.0108 – 05
Near and Middle Eastern Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of one or more of the peoples of North Africa, Southwestern Asia, Asia Minor, and the Arabian Peninsula, related borderlands and island groups, and including emigrant and immigrant groups.
30.2202 – Classical, Ancient Mediterranean, and Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology.
Examples: – Modern Middle Eastern Studies

05.0110 – 05
Russian Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of one or more of the peoples of the Russian Federation and its Soviet, Czarist, and medieval predecessors and related borderlands.
05.0105 – Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies.
05.0134 – 05
Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
An integrated program that focuses on the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of the peoples and countries of the Latin American and Caribbean region.
05.0107 – Latin American Studies., 05.0119 – Caribbean Studies.
05.0200 – 05
Ethnic Studies.
A program that focuses on the interdisciplinary and comparative study of the history, sociology, politics, culture, and economics of North American racial and ethnic groups, including African Americans, American Indians/Native Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Asian Americans.
30.2301 – Intercultural/Multicultural and Diversity Studies., 30.3601 – Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature.
05.0201 – 05
African-American/Black Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, sociology, politics, culture, and economics of the North American peoples descended from the African diaspora; focusing on the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean, but also including reference to Latin American elements of the diaspora.
05.0101 – African Studies.
05.0203 – 05
Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-American/Chicano Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, sociology, politics, culture, and economics of one or more of the Hispanic American immigrant populations within the U.S. and Canada, including Mexican-American Studies, Cuban American Studies, Puerto Rican Studies, and others.
05.0107 – Latin American Studies.
05.0206 – 05
Asian-American Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, sociology, politics, culture, and economics of Asian population groups who have immigrated to the United States and Canada, or sought refugee asylum, from the colonial period to the present, and including Chinese-Americans, Japanese-Americans, Korean-Americans, Vietnamese-Americans, Cambodian-Americans, and others.
05.0103 – Asian Studies/Civilization.
05.0211 – 05
Deaf Studies.
A program that focuses on the sociological, historical and linguistic aspects of the deaf and hearing impaired, and that prepares individuals to work with the deaf and hearing impaired. Includes instruction in American Sign Language, deaf studies, American deaf culture, structure of American Sign Language, history of the American deaf community, and civil rights of deaf people.
16.1601 – American Sign Language (ASL).
Examples: – Deaf Studies, – American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Studies

05.0212 – 05
Comparative Group Studies.
A program that focuses on the comparative study of the history, literature, sociology, politics, culture, and economics of different groups such as racial, gender, sexual, class, ethnic, geographical, and national. Includes instruction in comparative studies, comparative literature, critical race theory, cultural anthropology, cultural studies, religious studies, science studies, social and cultural theory, urban studies, and visual culture.
30.2601 – Cultural Studies/Critical Theory and Analysis.
09.0101 – 09
Speech Communication and Rhetoric.
A program that focuses on the scientific, humanistic, and critical study of human communication in a variety of formats, media, and contexts. Includes instruction in the theory and practice of interpersonal, group, organizational, professional, and intercultural communication; speaking and listening; verbal and nonverbal interaction; rhetorical theory and criticism; performance studies; argumentation and persuasion; technologically mediated communication; popular culture; and various contextual applications.
23.1304 – Rhetoric and Composition.
09.0404 – 09
Photojournalism.
A program that focuses on the use of still and motion photography in journalism and prepares individuals to function as news photographers and photographic editors. Includes instruction in photography, journalism, studio procedures and techniques, camera and equipment operation and technique, news editing, print and film editing, news scene composition, subject surveillance, media law and policy, news team field operations, and professional standards and ethics.
50.0605 – Photography.
09.0407 – 09
Science/Health/Environmental Journalism.
A program that focuses on reporting on science, health, or environmental policy issues; investigating environmental problems and their causes; and public relations. Includes instruction in communication law, health reporting skills, interactive journalism, integrated marketing communication, journalism methods, media ethics, persuasion and political communication, science, health and the environment, social marketing, and video journalism.
01.0802 – Agricultural Communication/Journalism.
09.0702 – 09
Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia.
A program that focuses on the development, use, critical evaluation, and regulation of new electronic communication technologies using computer applications; and that prepares individuals to function as developers and managers of digital communications media. Includes instruction in computer and telecommunications technologies and processes; design and development of digital communications; marketing and distribution; digital communications regulation, law, and policy; the study of human interaction with, and use of, digital media; and emerging trends and issues.
50.0102 – Digital Arts.
Examples: – Digital Media

09.0900 – 09
Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication.
A general program that focuses on organizational communication, public relations, and advertising; and that prepares individuals to function in a wide range of public and private sector positions requiring the skills of persuasive communication. Includes instruction in communications, public relations, and advertising theory; principles and techniques of persuasion; message/image design; marketing strategy; professional writing; public speaking and multi-media presentation skills; digital communications; and applied research.
09.0903 – Advertising., 09.0902 – Public Relations/Image Management.
Examples: – Public Relations and Advertising, – Applied Communication

09.0901 – 09
Organizational Communication, General.
A program that focuses on general communication processes and dynamics within organizations. Includes instruction in the development and maintenance of interpersonal group relations within organizations; decision-making and conflict management; the use of symbols to create and maintain organizational images, missions, and values; power and politics within organizations; human interaction with computer technology; and how communications socializes and supports employees and team members.
52.1003 – Organizational Behavior Studies.
09.0902 – 09
Public Relations/Image Management.
A program that focuses on the theories and methods for managing the media image of a business, organization, or individual and the communication process with stakeholders, constituencies, audiences, and the general public; and that prepares individuals to function as public relations assistants, technicians, and managers. Includes instruction in public relations theory; related principles of advertising, marketing, and journalism; message/image design; image management; special event management; media relations; community relations; public affairs; and internal communications.
09.0900 – Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication.
Examples: – Social Media Management

09.0903 – 09
Advertising.
A program that focuses on the creation, execution, transmission, and evaluation of commercial messages in various media intended to promote and sell products, services, and brands; and that prepares individuals to function as advertising assistants, technicians, and managers. Includes instruction in advertising theory, marketing strategy, advertising design and production methods, campaign methods and techniques, media management, related principles of business management, and applicable technical and equipment skills.
50.0402 – Commercial and Advertising Art., 09.0900 – Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication.
09.0906 – 09
Sports Communication.
A program that focuses on the methods and techniques for communicating about sports in a variety of formats, media, and contexts; and that prepares individuals to be sports reporters and writers, photojournalists, radio and television announcers, producers and directors, recreational sports promoters, and public relations specialists. Includes instruction in sports writing, photography, broadcast journalism, sports production, game rules, media and public relations, and sports promotion.
31.0504 – Sport and Fitness Administration/Management., 31.0508 – Sports Studies.
09.0907 – 09
International and Intercultural Communication.
A program that focuses on the specialized knowledge and skills needed for effective communication in the international community and among people of different cultures; and that prepares individuals to function at the national and international levels as journalists, public relations specialists, travel industry representatives, intercultural trainers, and/or foreign service officers. Includes instruction in journalism, communications, intercultural and international relations, marketing and public relations, and global communications policy.
30.2301 – Intercultural/Multicultural and Diversity Studies.
09.0908 – 09
Technical and Scientific Communication.
A program that focuses on the communication of technical and scientific knowledge to a variety of audiences through print, video, and digital media; and that prepares individuals to function as technical writers and editors, documentation developers, web designers, and usability specialists. Includes instruction in scientific and technical writing and editing, graphic and information design, web design, audience analysis, document usability and field testing, publications management, and applications to specific technical fields.
23.1303 – Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing.
Examples: – Technical Communication, – Scientific Communication

10.0203 – 10
Recording Arts Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the production of sound recordings as finished products or as components of film/video, broadcast, live, or mixed media productions. Includes instruction in sound equipment operation and maintenance; music, dialogue, and sound effects recording; soundtrack editing; dubbing and mixing; sound engineering; tape, disk, and CD production; digital recording and transmission; amplification and modulation; and working with producers, editors, directors, artists, and production managers.
50.0913 – Music Technology., 50.0917 – Sound Arts.
10.0204 – 10
Voice Writing Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to use voice writing computer software and speak a verbal shorthand language to create transcripts and screen captioning of live or recorded events intended for the public or a specific audience in a variety of media (e.g., digital, film, print, television) as well as for conferences, conversations, interviews, and meetings. Includes instruction in screen captioning, speed building, spoken shorthand, transcription, and voice input writing.
22.0303 – Court Reporting and Captioning/Court Reporter., 51.0708 – Medical Transcription/Transcriptionist.
10.0301 – 10
Graphic Communications, General.
A program that generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills in the manufacture and distribution or transmission of graphic communications products. Includes instruction in the prepress, press, and postpress phases of production operations and processes such as offset lithography, flexography, gravure, letterpress, screen printing, foil stamping, digital imaging, and other reproduction methods.
50.0409 – Graphic Design., 50.0402 – Commercial and Advertising Art.
11.0102 – 11
Artificial Intelligence.
A program that focuses on the symbolic inference, representation, and simulation by computers and software of human learning and reasoning processes and capabilities, and the computer modeling of human motor control and motion. Includes instruction in computing theory, cybernetics, human factors, natural language processing, and applicable aspects of engineering, technology, and specific end-use applications.
14.4201 – Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering.
11.0104 – 11
Informatics.
A program that focuses on computer systems from a user-centered perspective and studies the structure, behavior and interactions of natural and artificial systems that store, process and communicate information. Includes instruction in information sciences, human computer interaction, information system analysis and design, telecommunications structure and information architecture and management.
26.1103 – Bioinformatics., 51.2706 – Medical Informatics.
Examples: – Social Informatics

11.0105 – 11
Human-Centered Technology Design.
A program that focuses on incorporating a human perspective into designing, researching, and creating technological interfaces. Includes instruction in design, human-computer interaction, learning, neuroscience, perception, product design, user-centered design, and usability.
30.3101 – Human Computer Interaction.
11.0204 – 11
Computer Game Programming.
A program that prepares individuals to apply the knowledge and skills of design and computer programming to the development of computer games. Includes training in character and story development, computer programming, computer graphics, game design, game physics, human-computer interaction, human-centered design, and usability.
50.0411 – Game and Interactive Media Design.
11.0401 – 11
Information Science/Studies.
A program that focuses on the theory, organization, and process of information collection, transmission, and utilization in traditional and electronic forms. Includes instruction in information classification and organization; information storage and processing; transmission, transfer, and signaling; communications and networking; systems planning and design; human interfacing and use analysis; database development; information policy analysis; and related aspects of hardware, software, economics, social factors, and capacity.
25.0101 – Library and Information Science., 52.1201 – Management Information Systems, General.
11.0501 – 11
Computer Systems Analysis/Analyst.
A program that prepares individuals to apply programming and systems analysis principles to the selection, implementation, and troubleshooting of customized computer and software installations across the life cycle. Includes instruction in computer hardware and software; compilation, composition, execution, and operating systems; low- and high-level languages and language programming; programming and debugging techniques; installation and maintenance testing and documentation; process and data flow analysis; user needs analysis and documentation; cost-benefit analysis; and specification design.
14.2701 – Systems Engineering.
11.0701 – 11
Computer Science.
A program that focuses on computer theory, computing problems and solutions, and the design of computer systems and user interfaces from a scientific perspective. Includes instruction in the principles of computational science, computer development and programming, and applications to a variety of end-use situations.
14.0901 – Computer Engineering, General.
11.0804 – 11
Modeling, Virtual Environments and Simulation.
A program focusing on the principles of applied visual simulation technology and the application of quantitative analyses to human-computer interaction. Includes instruction in object-oriented programming, artificial intelligence, computer communications and networks, computer graphics, virtual worlds and simulation systems, probability, statistics, stochastic modeling, data analysis, human-performance evaluation, and human-behavior modeling.
50.0411 – Game and Interactive Media Design.
11.1003 – 11
Computer and Information Systems Security/Auditing/Information Assurance.
A program that prepares individuals to assess the security needs of computer and network systems, recommend safeguard solutions, and manage the implementation, auditing, and maintenance of security devices, systems, and procedures. Includes instruction in computer architecture, programming, and systems analysis; networking; telecommunications; cryptography; security system auditing and design; applicable law and regulations; risk assessment and policy analysis; contingency planning; user access issues; investigation techniques; and troubleshooting.
43.0403 – Cyber/Computer Forensics and Counterterrorism.
Examples: – Information Assurance, – IT Security, – Internet Security, – Network Security, – Information Systems Security, – Information Systems Auditing and Control

11.1005 – 11
Information Technology Project Management.
A program that prepares individuals to design, develop, and manage information technology projects in a variety of companies and organizations. Includes instruction in principles of project management, risk management, procurement and contract management, information security management, software management, organizational principles and behavior, communications, quality assurance, financial analysis, leadership, and team effectiveness.
52.0211 – Project Management.
11.1099 – 11
Computer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other.
Any instructional program in computer/information technology services administration and management not listed above.
51.0706 – Health Information/Medical Records Administration/Administrator.
11.9999 – 11
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other.
Any instructional program in computer and information sciences and support services not listed above.
51.0709 – Medical Office Computer Specialist/Assistant., 51.0707 – Health Information/Medical Records Technology/Technician.
12.0504 – 12
Restaurant, Culinary, and Catering Management/Manager.
A program that prepares individuals to plan, supervise, and manage food and beverage preparation and service operations, restaurant facilities, and catering services. Includes instruction in food/beverage industry operations, cost control, purchasing and storage, business administration, logistics, personnel management, culinary arts, restaurant and menu planning, executive chef functions, event planning and management, health and safety, insurance, and applicable law and regulations.
52.0905 – Restaurant/Food Services Management.
12.0509 – 12
Culinary Science/Culinology.
A program that focuses on the blending of food science and the culinary arts and that prepares individuals to work as research chefs and related research and development positions in the food industry. Includes instruction in culinary arts, food chemistry, food safety and quality, food processing, nutrition, and business management.
01.1001 – Food Science.
12.0601 – 12
Casino Operations and Services, General.
A program that focuses on casino operations and services. Includes instruction in casino operations, casino security and surveillance, casino dealing, principles of the gaming industry, ethics, and gaming law.
52.0908 – Casino Management.
12.0602 – 12
Casino Dealing.
A program of study that prepares individuals to apply technical skills and knowledge to become table games dealers in casinos or other recreational settings. Includes instruction in dealing techniques for Baccarat, Blackjack, Carnival Games, Craps, Poker, and Roulette.
52.0908 – Casino Management.
13.0201 – 13
Bilingual and Multilingual Education.
A program that focuses on the design and provision of teaching and other educational services to bilingual/bicultural children or adults, and/or the design and implementation of educational programs having the goal of producing bilingual/bicultural individuals. Includes preparation to serve as teachers and administrators in bilingual/bicultural education programs.
13.1401 – Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language/ESL Language Instructor.
13.0202 – 13
Multicultural Education.
A program that focuses on the design, and implementation of instructional and advising services for culturally diverse learning populations. Includes instruction in cultural diversity, at-risk populations, multilingual and ESL education, program and curriculum design, instructional technology, information resources, LEP and minority education strategies, counseling and communicating with multicultural populations, law and regulations, and applications to specific cultural groups, educational services, and research issues.
13.1401 – Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language/ESL Language Instructor.
13.0406 – 13
Higher Education/Higher Education Administration.
A program that focuses on the principles and practice of administration in four-year colleges, universities and higher education systems, the study of higher education as an object of applied research, and which may prepare individuals to function as administrators in such settings. Includes instruction in higher education economics and finance; policy and planning studies; curriculum; faculty and labor relations; higher education law; college student services; research on higher education; institutional research; marketing and promotion; and issues of evaluation, accountability and philosophy.
13.1102 – College Student Counseling and Personnel Services.
Examples: – Higher Education Policy

13.0413 – 13
Education Entrepreneurship.
A program that prepares individuals to create, fund, and manage innovations in education. Includes instruction in philanthropy, business modeling, the design of learning environments, the economics of education, entrepreneurship, evaluation, finance, human-centered design, investing, resource management, project management, and marketing.
52.0704 – Social Entrepreneurship.
Examples: – Education Innovation

13.0603 – 13
Educational Statistics and Research Methods.
A program that focuses on the application of statistics to the analysis and solution of educational research problems, and the development of technical designs for research studies. Includes instruction in mathematical statistics, research design, computer applications, instrument design, research methodologies, and applications to research problems in specific education subjects.
27.0501 – Statistics, General., 45.0102 – Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods.
13.1012 – 13
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Speech or Language Impairments.
A program that focuses on the study and design of educational services for children or adults with speech and language impairments which adversely affect their educational performance and that may prepare individuals to teach such students. Includes instruction in identifying students with speech and language impairments, developing individual education plans, teaching and supervising students with speech disabilities, counseling, and applicable laws and policies.
51.0816 – Speech-Language Pathology Assistant.
13.1101 – 13
Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services.
A program that prepares individuals to apply the theory and principles of guidance and counseling to the provision of support for the personal, social, educational, and vocational development of students, and the organizing of guidance services within elementary, middle and secondary educational institutions. Includes instruction in legal and professional requirements, therapeutic counselor intervention, vocational counseling, and related sociological and psychological foundations.
42.2805 – School Psychology.
13.1210 – 13
Early Childhood Education and Teaching.
A program that prepares individuals to teach students ranging in age from infancy through eight years (grade three), depending on the school system or state regulations. Includes preparation to teach all relevant subject matter.
13.1501 – Teacher Assistant/Aide.
Examples: – Early Childhood Education (AA), – Early Childhood Education (BA), – Early Childhood Education (MA), – Early Childhood Education (PhD)

13.1301 – 13
Agricultural Teacher Education.
A program that prepares individuals to teach vocational agricultural programs at various educational levels.
01.0801 – Agricultural and Extension Education Services.
13.1308 – 13
Family and Consumer Sciences/Home Economics Teacher Education.
A program that prepares individuals to teach vocational home economics programs at various educational levels.
19.0101 – Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General.
13.1334 – 13
School Librarian/School Library Media Specialist.
A program that prepares individuals to serve as librarians and media specialists in elementary and secondary schools as well as special instructional centers.
25.0101 – Library and Information Science.
13.1338 – 13
Environmental Education.
A program that prepares individuals to teach environmental education at various educational levels as a K-12 classroom educator. Includes instruction in foundations of environmental education, instructional methods, and related content knowledge.
31.0601 – Outdoor Education.
13.1501 – 13
Teacher Assistant/Aide.
A program that prepares individuals to assist a teacher in regular classroom settings or in providing instruction and supervision to special student populations, such as bilingual/bicultural students, special education students, adult learners, and students learning English. Includes instruction in techniques of general classroom supervision, maintaining order, assisting with lessons and carrying out related assignments.
13.1210 – Early Childhood Education and Teaching.
Examples: – Early Childhood Education Teacher Assistant/Aide, – Elementary Education Teacher Assistant/Aide, – Special Education Teacher Assistant/Aide, – Paraprofessional Educator

14.0401 – 14
Architectural Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of materials, systems, and methods used to construct and equip buildings intended for human habitation or other purposes.
04.0201 – Architecture.
14.0501 – 14
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of biomedical and health systems and products such as integrated biomedical systems, instrumentation, medical information systems, artificial organs and prostheses, and health management and care delivery systems.
31.0505 – Exercise Science and Kinesiology., 26.0913 – Biomechanics.
Examples: – Cell and Tissue Engineering, – Neural Engineering, – Biomaterials Engineering

14.0601 – 14
Ceramic Sciences and Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of inorganic non-metallic materials, such as porcelains, cements, industrial ceramics, ceramic superconductors, abrasive, and related materials and systems.
50.0711 – Ceramic Arts and Ceramics.
14.0701 – 14
Chemical Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems employing chemical processes, such as chemical reactors, kinetic systems, electrochemical systems, energy conservation processes, heat and mass transfer systems, and separation processes; and the applied analysis of chemical problems such as corrosion, particle abrasion, energy loss, pollution, and fluid mechanics.
40.0501 – Chemistry, General.
14.0805 – 14
Water Resources Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems for collecting, storing, moving, conserving and controlling surface- and groundwater, including water quality control, water cycle management, management of human and industrial water requirements, water delivery, and flood control.
40.0605 – Hydrology and Water Resources Science., 03.0205 – Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management.
14.0901 – 14
Computer Engineering, General.
A program that generally prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of computer hardware and software systems and related equipment and facilities; and the analysis of specific problems of computer applications to various tasks.
11.0701 – Computer Science.
Examples: – Computer Systems Engineering

14.1003 – 14
Laser and Optical Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of optical systems, lasers and related electronic devices. Includes instruction in wave theory and mechanics, electromagnetic applications, linear and non-linear optics, photon detecting, laser beam properties, directed energy, harmonic generation, optical systems, shielding and the design and implementation of related systems and equipment.
40.0807 – Optics/Optical Sciences.
Examples: – Electro-Optic Engineering, – Optical Engineering

14.1201 – 14
Engineering Physics/Applied Physics.
A program focusing on the use of physics principles in the analysis and evaluation of engineering problems and other scientific applications. Includes instruction in high- and low-temperature phenomena, computational physics, superconductivity, applied thermodynamics, molecular and particle physics applications, and space science research.
40.0801 – Physics, General.
Examples: – Applied Physics, – Directed Energy/Laser Physics, – Semiconductor Physics

14.1401 – 14
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems for controlling contained living environments and for monitoring and controlling factors in the external natural environment, including pollution control, waste and hazardous material disposal, health and safety protection, conservation, life support, and requirements for protection of special materials and related work environments.
03.0103 – Environmental Studies., 03.0104 – Environmental Science.
Examples: – Environmental Engineering, – Environmental Management Engineering

14.1801 – 14
Materials Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and materials science principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of materials and related processes used in manufacturing in a wide variety of settings; the synthesis of new industrial materials, including marrying and bonding composites; analysis of materials requirements and specifications; and related problems of system design dependent on materials factors.
40.1001 – Materials Science., 40.1002 – Materials Chemistry.
Examples: – Materials Processing and Manufacturing, – Materials Science Engineering

14.2301 – 14
Nuclear Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems for controlling and manipulating nuclear energy, including nuclear power plant design, fission reactor design, fusion reactor design, reactor control and safety systems design, power transfer systems, containment vessels and structures design; and the analysis of related engineering problems such as fission and fusion processes, human and environmental factors, construction, and operational considerations.
40.0806 – Nuclear Physics.
Examples: – Nuclear Reactor Engineering, – Nuclear Fuels, – Nuclear Power Engineering, – Nuclear Radiation and Shielding, – Nuclear Instrumentation and Measurement

14.2701 – 14
Systems Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of total systems solutions to a wide variety of engineering problems, including the integration of human, physical, energy, communications, management, and information requirements as needed, and the application of requisite analytical methods to specific situations.
11.0501 – Computer Systems Analysis/Analyst., 30.0601 – Systems Science and Theory.
Examples: – Product Development Engineering, – Logistics Engineering, – Systems Engineering Management, – Capability-Based Systems, – Decision Engineering, – Dynamical Systems

14.2801 – 14
Textile Sciences and Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems to test and manufacture fibers and fiber products, both synthetic and natural; to develop new and improved fibers, textiles and their uses; and to the analysis of related engineering problems such as structural factors, molecular synthesis, chemical manufacturing, weaves, strength and stress, useful life, dyes, and applications to composite systems.
19.0904 – Textile Science.
14.3201 – 14
Polymer/Plastics Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of synthesized macromolecular compounds and their application to specific engineering uses, including the development of industrial materials with tailored properties, the design of lightweight structural components, the use of liquid or solid polymers, and the analysis and control of polymerization processes.
40.0507 – Polymer Chemistry.
14.3401 – 14
Forest Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply scientific, mathematical, and forestry principles to the design of mechanical devices and processes for efficient forest management, timber production and related forest logistics systems. Includes instruction in forest products processing, forest management, forest harvesting, timber structure design, production analysis, road and bridge construction, vehicle adaptation and design, and harvesting equipment design.
03.0501 – Forestry, General.
14.3901 – 14
Geological/Geophysical Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and geological principles to the analysis and evaluation of engineering problems, including the geological evaluation of construction sites, the analysis of geological forces acting on structures and systems, the analysis of potential natural resource recovery sites, and applied research on geological phenomena.
40.0601 – Geology/Earth Science, General.
14.4001 – 14
Paper Science and Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development, and manufacturing of pulp and paper products. Includes instruction in pulp and paper science, pulping and bleaching processes, paper structure and processes, pulp and paper manufacturing, coating technology, surface and colloid science, and fibers.
03.0509 – Wood Science and Wood Products/Pulp and Paper Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Paper Science, – Paper Science Engineering, – Pulp and Paper Science, – Wood and Paper Science

14.4201 – 14
Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of computer controlled electro-mechanical systems and products with embedded electronics, sensors, and actuators; and which includes, but is not limited to, automata, robots and automation systems. Includes instruction in mechanical engineering, electronic and electrical engineering, computer and software engineering, and control engineering.
11.0102 – Artificial Intelligence.
14.4801 – 14
Energy Systems Engineering, General.
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of energy generation, storage, conversion, and distribution systems. Includes instruction in conventional and alternative/renewable energy systems, electrical power systems, and electrical system design.
15.1701 – Energy Systems Technology/Technician., 03.0210 – Bioenergy.
Examples: – Sustainable/Renewable Energy Engineering

14.4802 – 14
Power Plant Engineering.
A program that prepares individuals to plan electrical systems and modify existing electrical systems that generate and use large amounts of electricity required for distribution networks that are economical, safe, and functional. Includes instruction in alternative/renewable energy systems; calculus; circuit analysis; electrical power systems and industry practices; electrical system design; microprocessor architecture; motor control systems; power electronics operation, planning and protection; programmable logic controllers; and project management.
15.1702 – Power Plant Technology/Technician.
15.0303 – 15
Electrical, Electronic, and Communications Engineering Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of electrical, electronics and communication engineers. Includes instruction in electrical circuitry, prototype development and testing, systems analysis and testing, systems maintenance, instrument calibration, and report preparation.
46.0302 – Electrician.
Examples: – Electronics Technician, – Consumer Product Electronics Technician

15.0407 – 15
Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in the support of engineers to the design, development, and operational evaluation of autonomous, computer-controlled, electro-mechanical systems. Includes instruction in computer and software engineering, control engineering, electronic and electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and robotics.
14.4201 – Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering.
15.0501 – 15
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing and using air conditioning, refrigeration, ventilation, and heating systems. Includes instruction in principles of heating and cooling technology, design and operational testing, inspection and maintenance procedures, installation and operation procedures, and report preparation.
47.0201 – Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation and Refrigeration Maintenance Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Air Conditioning and Heating (ACH), – Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (ACR), – Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration (ACHR), – Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (HRAC), – Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), – Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC/R), – Air Conditioning Technology

15.0614 – 15
Welding Engineering Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills to the design and engineering of welding and joining systems and the implementation of welding processes. Includes instruction in materials science; computer-aided design; welding design; welding processes; welding metallurgy; automation and robotics; and codes, inspections, testing, and quality assurance.
48.0508 – Welding Technology/Welder.
15.0801 – 15
Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing, manufacturing and testing aircraft, spacecraft and their systems. Includes instruction in aircraft/spacecraft systems technology, design and development testing, prototype and operational testing, inspection and maintenance procedures, instrument calibration, test equipment operation and maintenance, and report preparation.
47.0609 – Avionics Maintenance Technology/Technician.
15.0803 – 15
Automotive Engineering Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing, manufacturing and testing self-propelled ground vehicles and their systems. Includes instruction in vehicular systems technology, design and development testing, prototype and operational testing, inspection and maintenance procedures, instrument calibration, test equipment operation and maintenance, and report preparation.
47.0604 – Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician.
15.0806 – 15
Marine Engineering Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in shipboard mechanical and electrical engineering and the maintenance and operation of marine engines, including gas, diesel, and steam engines. Includes instruction in automation, diesel-powered systems, electrical circuits and systems, engine performance, hydraulics, manufacturing, motor-powered systems, refrigeration and air-conditioning, steam-powered systems, and welding.
48.0704 – Wooden Boatbuilding Technology/Technician.
15.1202 – 15
Computer/Computer Systems Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of professionals who use computer systems. Includes instruction in basic computer design and architecture, programming, problems of specific computer applications, component and system maintenance and inspection procedures, hardware and software problem diagnosis and repair, and report preparation.
47.0104 – Computer Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
15.1303 – 15
Architectural Drafting and Architectural CAD/CADD.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to develop working drawings and electronic simulations for architectural and related construction projects. Includes instruction in basic construction and structural design, architectural rendering, architectural-aided drafting (CAD), layout and designs, architectural blueprint interpretation, building materials, and basic structural wiring diagramming.
04.0901 – Architectural Technology/Technician., 04.0201 – Architecture.
15.1701 – 15
Energy Systems Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing energy-efficient systems or monitoring energy use. Includes instruction in principles of energy conservation, instrumentation calibration, monitoring systems and test procedures, energy loss inspection procedures, energy conservation techniques, and report preparation.
03.0209 – Energy and Environmental Policy., 03.0210 – Bioenergy., 14.4801 – Energy Systems Engineering, General., 47.0701 – Energy Systems Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Energy Management and Systems Technology/Technician

15.1702 – 15
Power Plant Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers engaged in the operation and maintenance of electricity generating power plants. Includes instruction in basic electricity, electrical power, generator operations, industrial controls, power plant instrumentation, power plant theory, pollution control, reactor theory, thermodynamics, turbines, and water chemistry.
14.4802 – Power Plant Engineering.
15.1703 – 15
Solar Energy Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing solar-powered energy systems. Includes instruction in solar energy principles, energy storage and transfer technologies, testing and inspection procedures, system maintenance procedures, and report preparation.
47.0703 – Solar Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
15.1704 – 15
Wind Energy Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing wind-powered energy systems. Includes instruction in wind energy principles, energy storage and transfer technologies, testing and inspection procedures, system maintenance procedures, and report preparation.
47.0704 – Wind Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Wind Turbine Technology/Technician

15.1705 – 15
Hydroelectric Energy Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing hydroelectric energy systems. Includes instruction in hydroelectric energy principles, energy storage and transfer technologies, testing and inspection procedures, system maintenance procedures, and report preparation.
47.0705 – Hydroelectric Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
15.1706 – 15
Geothermal Energy Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing geothermal energy systems. Includes instruction in geothermal energy principles, energy storage and transfer technologies, testing and inspection procedures, system maintenance procedures, and report preparation.
47.0706 – Geothermal Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
15.1799 – 15
Energy Systems Technologies/Technicians, Other.
Any instructional program in energy systems technologies not listed above.
47.0799 – Energy Systems Maintenance and Repair Technologies/Technicians, Other.
16.0101 – 16
Foreign Languages and Literatures, General.
A general program that focuses on one or more modern foreign languages that is not specific as to the name of the language(s) studied; that is otherwise undifferentiated; or that introduces students to language studies at the basic/elementary level.
30.4001 – Economics and Foreign Language/Literature., 30.4501 – History and Language/Literature.
16.0102 – 16
Linguistics.
A program that focuses on language, language development, and relationships among languages and language groups from a humanistic and/or scientific perspective. Includes instruction in subjects such as psycholinguistics, behavioral linguistics, language acquisition, sociolinguistics, mathematical and computational linguistics, grammatical theory and theoretical linguistics, philosophical linguistics, philology and historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, phonetics, phonemics, dialectology, semantics, functional grammar and linguistics, language typology, lexicography, morphology and syntax, orthography, stylistics, structuralism, rhetoric, and applications to artificial intelligence.
16.1602 – Linguistics of ASL and Other Sign Languages., 30.4801 – Linguistics and Computer Science., 30.4701 – Linguistics and Anthropology.
16.0103 – 16
Language Interpretation and Translation.
A program that prepares individuals to be professional interpreters and/or translators of documents and data files, either from English or (Canadian) French into another language or languages or vice versa. Includes intensive instruction in one or more foreign languages plus instruction in subjects such as single- and multiple-language interpretation, one- or two-way interpretation, simultaneous interpretation, general and literary translation, business translation, technical translation, and other specific applications of linguistic skills.
16.1603 – Sign Language Interpretation and Translation.
16.0104 – 16
Comparative Literature.
A program that focuses on two or more literary traditions in the original languages or in translation. Includes instruction in comparative linguistics; applicable foreign languages; English/French language and literature; literary criticism; and applications to genre, period, national, and textual studies as well as literary forms such as poetry, prose, and drama.
23.1401 – General Literature., 30.2601 – Cultural Studies/Critical Theory and Analysis., 30.3601 – Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature.
16.1601 – 16
American Sign Language (ASL).
A program that focuses on American Sign Language as a visual and motor medium of communication and discourse for deaf individuals and deaf culture. Includes instruction in the development of ASL, ASL morphology and syntax, signing technique, English translation of ASL, formal and colloquial ASL, and ASL transcription.
05.0211 – Deaf Studies.
16.1701 – 16
English as a Second Language.
A program that focuses on the development of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English for those for whom English is not their mother tongue. Includes instruction in the use of basic communication skills to develop and transmit ideas and thoughts in English as well as specialized programs that focus on the development of proficiency in English sufficient to meet specific occupational or academic demands. Note: These programs are for academic credit towards a postsecondary credential. For second language programs that are not for academic credit towards a postsecondary credential, see 32.0109.
32.0109 – Second Language Learning., 23.0101 – English Language and Literature, General.
19.0101 – 19
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General.
A general program that focuses on family and consumer sciences, including how individuals develop and function in family, work, and community settings and how they relate to their physical, social, emotional, and intellectual environments.
13.1308 – Family and Consumer Sciences/Home Economics Teacher Education.
19.0401 – 19
Family Resource Management Studies, General.
A general program that focuses on the design and implementation of policies and processes contributing to successful individual and family resource management. Includes instruction in financial goal-setting and strategies; household income, assets, and debt management; preventing and resolving financial difficulties; and the use of relevant public resources.
52.0804 – Financial Planning and Services.
19.0501 – 19
Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies, General.
A general program that focuses on the role of foods and nutrition in human health and wellness. Includes instruction in nutritional care and education, the planning and provision of food services, the development of consumable food products, life-span nutrition and wellness, the principles of nutritional assessment, and food safety and food composition.
01.1001 – Food Science.
19.0504 – 19
Human Nutrition.
A program that focuses on the relationships between food consumption and human development and health. Includes instruction in the cellular and molecular processes of food processing in the human body, related metabolic processes, the relationship of food and nutrition to disease, and nutritional needs across the life span.
51.3102 – Clinical Nutrition/Nutritionist., 30.1901 – Nutrition Sciences.
19.0599 – 19
Foods, Nutrition, and Related Services, Other.
Any instructional program in foods, nutrition, and related services not listed above.
12.0509 – Culinary Science/Culinology.
19.0601 – 19
Housing and Human Environments, General.
A general program that focuses on the behavioral, social, economic, functional, and aesthetic aspects of housing, interiors, and other built environments. Includes instruction in analyzing, planning, designing, furnishing, and equipping residential, work, and leisure spaces to meet user needs and the study of related public policies.
04.0401 – Environmental Design/Architecture., 50.0408 – Interior Design.
19.0604 – 19
Facilities Planning and Management.
A program that focuses on strategic workplace and facility planning and that prepares individuals to function as facility and event managers and workplace consultants. Includes instruction in the principles of aesthetic and functional design, environmental psychology and organizational behavior, real estate planning, principles of occupational health and safety, event planning and management, operations management, and applicable regulatory and policy issues.
52.0907 – Meeting and Event Planning.
19.0702 – 19
Adult Development and Aging.
A program that focuses on the characteristics of aging populations and the needs of older individuals in family and institutional settings. Includes instruction in the biological and psychological stages of aging; the provision of dependent care; serving the social, economic, and psychological needs of aging adults; related public policy issues; and adult community resources.
42.2809 – Geropsychology., 30.1101 – Gerontology.
19.0704 – 19
Family Systems.
A program that focuses on the family as a social unit in its developmental, dynamic, comparative, and structural aspects, and the significance of the family as a system that impacts individuals and society. Includes instruction in related principles of sociology, psychology, behavioral sciences, and the humanities.
42.2811 – Family Psychology., 51.1505 – Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling.
19.0706 – 19
Child Development.
A program that focuses on the intellectual, social, emotional, and biological development of children and the planning and design of related human services. Includes instruction in parent-child relations, parenting practices, special needs of children, parental and environmental influences on child development, external support services, and related public policy issues.
42.2703 – Developmental and Child Psychology., 42.2710 – Developmental and Adolescent Psychology.
19.0711 – 19
Early Childhood and Family Studies.
A program of study that focuses on the development and learning of children from birth to six years old within the context of the family. Includes instruction in child abuse and neglect, child and infant growth and development, early childhood education, early childhood language and literacy, early childhood math and science, early childhood special education, family literacy, family sociology, family and marriage relations, assessment and measurement, psychology, and psychopathology.
13.1210 – Early Childhood Education and Teaching., 42.2811 – Family Psychology.
19.0902 – 19
Apparel and Textile Manufacture.
A program that focuses on the design, development, and production of textile products and related processes and systems. Includes instruction in functional and aesthetic design, human factors research, production planning, manufacturing processes, quality assessment, and distribution systems.
50.0407 – Fashion/Apparel Design., 50.0712 – Fiber, Textile and Weaving Arts.
19.0904 – 19
Textile Science.
A program that focuses on the properties and processing of fibers, yarns, whole fabrics, dyes, and finishes, both natural and synthetic. Includes instruction in the chemical and physical properties of textile materials; end-use analysis; interior furnishing applications; and industrial applications.
14.2801 – Textile Sciences and Engineering.
19.0905 – 19
Apparel and Textile Marketing Management.
A program that focuses on marketing research and management as applied to the products and services of the apparel and textile industries. Includes instruction in applicable principles of textile and apparel design and manufacturing, sales and distribution systems, domestic and international market research, profitability, consumer research, and the design and implementation of marketing campaigns.
52.1902 – Fashion Merchandising.
22.0303 – 22
Court Reporting and Captioning/Court Reporter.
A program that prepares individuals to record and transcribe examinations, testimony, judicial orders and instructions, legal opinions, and other formal proceedings via print or electronic methods. Includes instruction in legal terminology, legal transcription, shorthand, verbatim recording, equipment operation and procedures, applicable regulations, and professional standards and ethics.
51.0708 – Medical Transcription/Transcriptionist., 10.0204 – Voice Writing Technology/Technician.
23.0101 – 23
English Language and Literature, General.
A general program that focuses on the English language, including its history, structure and related communications skills; and the literature and culture of English-speaking peoples.
16.1701 – English as a Second Language.
23.1302 – 23
Creative Writing.
A program that focuses on the process and techniques of original composition in various literary forms such as the short story, poetry, the novel, and others. Includes instruction in technical and editorial skills, criticism, and the marketing of finished manuscripts.
50.0504 – Playwriting and Screenwriting.
23.1303 – 23
Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing.
A program that focuses on professional, technical, business, and scientific writing; and that prepares individuals for academic positions or for professional careers as writers, editors, researchers, and related careers in business, government, non-profits, and the professions. Includes instruction in theories of rhetoric, writing, and digital literacy; document design, production, and management; visual rhetoric and multimedia composition; documentation development; usability testing; web writing; and publishing in print and electronic media.
09.0908 – Technical and Scientific Communication.
Examples: – Biomedical Writing, – Medical Writing, – Professional, Technical, and Scientific Writing/Communication

23.1304 – 23
Rhetoric and Composition.
A program that focuses on the humanistic and scientific study of rhetoric, composition, literacy, and language/linguistic theories and their practical and pedagogical applications. Includes instruction in historical and contemporary rhetoric/composition theories; composition and criticism of written, visual, and mixed-media texts; analysis of literacy practices in cultural and cross-cultural contexts; and writing program administration.
09.0101 – Speech Communication and Rhetoric.
Examples: – Rhetoric and Writing, – Rhetoric and Writing Studies, – Rhetoric and Composition

23.1401 – 23
General Literature.
A program that focuses on literature from one or more genres, cultures or traditions. Includes instruction in period and genre studies, author studies, literary criticism, and studies of various types of literary text.
16.0104 – Comparative Literature.
Examples: – Literary Studies

23.1405 – 23
Children’s and Adolescent Literature.
A program that focuses on the scholarly study of children’s and adolescent literature and that may enhance the professional work of teachers, librarians, publishers, booksellers, and creative writers. Includes instruction in period and genre studies, author studies, literary criticism, studies of various types of literary text, book artists, and children’s films.
25.0102 – Children and Youth Library Services.
Examples: – Literature for Children and Young Adults

23.1499 – 23
Literature, Other.
Any instructional program in English language literature not listed above.
16.0104 – Comparative Literature.
25.0101 – 25
Library and Information Science.
A program that focuses on the knowledge and skills required to develop, organize, store, retrieve, administer, and facilitate the use of local, remote, and networked collections of information in print, audiovisual, and electronic formats and that prepares individuals for professional service as librarians and information consultants.
13.1334 – School Librarian/School Library Media Specialist., 11.0401 – Information Science/Studies.
Examples: – Library Management

25.0102 – 25
Children and Youth Library Services.
A program that prepares individuals to provide library and information services and programming for children and young adults. Includes instruction in information needs of children and young adults, resources and services for children and young adults, literature for youth, storytelling, multi-ethnic materials, library management, and information technology for librarians.
23.1405 – Children’s and Adolescent Literature.
Examples: – Children’s Library Services, – Youth Library Services, – Young Adult Library Services

25.0103 – 25
Archives/Archival Administration.
A program that prepares individuals to identify, manage, preserve, and make available records with long-term value for documentation, legal, research, and other purposes. Includes instruction in appraisal and collection development, information and records management, archival preservation, access systems, management of electronic records, archival outreach, and legal and ethical issues.
54.0105 – Public/Applied History.
Examples: – Archival Administration and Records Management, – Archival Studies, – Records Management

26.0203 – 26
Biophysics.
A program that focuses on the application of physics principles to the scientific study of the mechanisms of biological processes and assemblies at all levels of complexity. Includes instruction in research methods and equipment operation and applications to subjects such as bioenergetics, biophysical theory and modeling, electrophysics, membrane biology, channels, receptors and transporters, contractility and muscle function, protein shaping and folding, molecular and supramolecular structures and assemblies, and computational science.
51.2205 – Health/Medical Physics.
26.0210 – 26
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
A program of study that combines the biological sub-disciplines of biochemistry and molecular biology. Includes instruction in general biology, general and organic chemistry, physics, biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, microbiology, genetics, and cellular biology.
26.0204 – Molecular Biology., 26.0202 – Biochemistry.
26.0301 – 26
Botany/Plant Biology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of plants, related microbial organisms, and plant habitats and ecosystem relations. Includes instruction in plant anatomy and structure, phytochemistry, cytology, plant genetics, plant morphology and physiology, plant ecology, plant taxonomy and systematics, paleobotany, and applications of biophysics and molecular biology.
01.1101 – Plant Sciences, General.
26.0305 – 26
Plant Pathology/Phytopathology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of plant diseases and plant health, and the development of disease control mechanisms. Includes instruction in plant anatomy and physiology, pathogenesis, molecular plant virology, molecular genetics, bacterial epidemiology, causal agent identification, host/agent interactions, disease resistance and response mechanisms, developing plant disease treatments, disease prevention, and disease physiology and control.
01.1101 – Plant Sciences, General.
26.0307 – 26
Plant Physiology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of plant internal dynamics and systems, plant-environment interaction, and plant life cycles and processes. Includes instruction in cell and molecular biology; plant nutrition; plant respiration; plant growth, behavior, and reproduction; photosynthesis; plant systemics; and ecology.
01.1101 – Plant Sciences, General.
26.0308 – 26
Plant Molecular Biology.
A program that focuses on the application of molecular biology, biochemistry, and biophysics to the study of biomolecular structures, functions, and processes specific to plants and plant substances. Includes instruction in the biochemistry of plant cells, nuclear-cytoplasmic interactions, molecular cytostructures, photosynthesis, plant molecular genetics, and the molecular biology of plant diseases.
01.1101 – Plant Sciences, General.
26.0508 – 26
Microbiology and Immunology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the microorganisms that cause disease and the host immune response to them. Includes instruction in microbiology, microbial genetics, molecular virology, pathogenic bacteriology, disease mechanisms, immunology, immunogenetics, autoimmunity, and bioinformatics.
26.0502 – Microbiology, General., 26.0507 – Immunology.
Examples: – Medical Microbiology and Immunology

26.0509 – 26
Infectious Disease and Global Health.
A program that focuses on the biological, social, and behavioral factors contributing to the cause and spread of infectious diseases. Includes instruction in research design and evaluation, infectious disease epidemiology, international health policy and management, microbiology, microbial genetics, molecular virology, disease mechanisms, antimicrobial resistance, immunology, and bioterrorism.
51.2210 – International Public Health/International Health.
26.0701 – 26
Zoology/Animal Biology.
A general program that focuses on the scientific study of the biology of animal species and phyla, with reference to their molecular and cellular systems, anatomy, physiology, and behavior. Includes instruction in molecular and cell biology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, ecology and behavior, evolutionary biology, and applications to specific species and phyla.
01.0901 – Animal Sciences, General.
26.0702 – 26
Entomology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of insect species and populations in respect of their life cycles, morphology, genetics, physiology, ecology, taxonomy, population dynamics, and environmental and economic impacts. Includes instruction in applicable biological and physical sciences as well as insect toxicology and the biochemical control of insect populations.
01.1105 – Plant Protection and Integrated Pest Management.
26.0709 – 26
Wildlife Biology.
A program that focuses on the application of biological principles to the study of vertebrate wildlife, wildlife habitats, and related ecosystems in remote and urban areas. Includes instruction in animal ecology; adaptational biology; urban ecosystems; natural and artificial habitat management; limnology; wildlife pathology; and vertebrate zoological specializations such as mammalogy, herpetology, ichthyology, ornithology, and others.
03.0601 – Wildlife, Fish and Wildlands Science and Management.
Examples: – Wildlife and Conservation Biology

26.0804 – 26
Animal Genetics.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the genetics of multicellular animal life forms from the experimental, comparative, and clinical (veterinary and medical) viewpoints. Includes instruction in molecular genetics, gene expression, gene regulation, genomics, epigenetic phenomena, DNA recombination and repair, genetic interactions at the microbial and higher levels, and molecular evolution.
01.0902 – Agricultural Animal Breeding.
26.0805 – 26
Plant Genetics.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the genetics of multicellular plants and fungi as related to botanical research as well as to applications in comparative genetics, ecology and evolutionary studies, clinical studies, and industrial research. Includes instruction in molecular genetics, gene expression, gene regulation, genomics, epigenetic phenomena, DNA recombination and repair, genetic interactions at the microbial and higher levels, and molecular evolution.
01.1104 – Agricultural and Horticultural Plant Breeding.
26.0806 – 26
Human/Medical Genetics.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of human genetics from the standpoint of medical applications such as clinical diagnosis, genetic engineering and therapy, transplantation, and the study of genetic diseases and disabilities and their defense. Includes instruction in human molecular genetics; genetic factors causing disease; changes in gene expression during development, differentiation, and pathogenesis; recombinant DNA; gene therapy; clinical genetics; genetic epidemiology; immunogenetics; cytogenetics; and genetics of specific disorders and diseases.
51.0914 – Gene/Genetic Therapy., 51.1010 – Cytogenetics/Genetics/Clinical Genetics Technology/Technologist., 51.1509 – Genetic Counseling/Counselor.
26.0908 – 26
Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the physiological processes involved in physical or motor activity, including sensorimotor interactions, response mechanisms, and the effects of injury, disease, and disability. Includes instruction in muscular and skeletal anatomy; molecular and cellular basis of muscle contraction; fuel utilization; neurophysiology of motor mechanics; systemic physiological responses (respiration, blood flow, endocrine secretions, and others); fatigue and exhaustion; muscle and body training; physiology of specific exercises and activities; physiology of injury; and the effects of disabilities and disease.
51.0913 – Athletic Training/Trainer., 31.0505 – Exercise Science and Kinesiology.
26.0913 – 26
Biomechanics.
A program of study that focuses on the biological, anatomical, and mechanical structure and function of the mechanical aspects of biological systems. Includes courses in anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, mechanics, measurement and instrumentation, and research methods.
14.0501 – Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering., 31.0505 – Exercise Science and Kinesiology.
26.1001 – 26
Pharmacology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of drug interactions on biological systems and organisms and the sources, chemical properties, biological effects, and therapeutic uses of drugs. Includes instruction in pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, toxicology, drug therapeutics, drug action, bodily responses to drug events, biochemical proliferation and differentiation, apoptosis, cell biology, medicinal chemistry, and studies of specific drugs and drug interactions.
51.2003 – Pharmaceutics and Drug Design., 51.2010 – Pharmaceutical Sciences.
26.1007 – 26
Pharmacology and Toxicology.
A program with an integrated, combined approach to the study of pharmacological and toxicological issues in biology and the biomedical sciences. Includes instruction in topics such as solvents, xenobiotic metabolism, chemical toxicity, neurotoxicology, immunopharmacology, biotransformation, tissue culture and in vitro studies, biomolecular analysis, bioactivation and inactivation, enzyme regulation, chemoprevention and chemotherapy, industrial and chemical studies, radiation health, and bioinformatics.
26.1001 – Pharmacology., 26.1004 – Toxicology.
26.1101 – 26
Biometry/Biometrics.
A program that focuses on the application of statistics and other computational methods to the study of problems in the biological sciences and related fields in agriculture and natural resources. Includes instruction in computational biology, mathematical statistics, matrix algebra, applied calculus, experimental design, linear modeling, sampling theory, stochastic processes, spatial and temporal analysis, longitudinal analysis, sparse/unbalanced data and complex error, and applications to such topics as population genetics, animal breeding, forest genetics, population dynamics, wildlife biometry, ecology, and agricultural and natural resource management.
27.0306 – Mathematical Biology.
26.1102 – 26
Biostatistics.
A program that focuses on the application of descriptive and inferential statistics to biomedical research and clinical, public health, and industrial issues related to human populations. Includes instruction in mathematical statistics, modeling, clinical trials methodology, disease and survival analysis, longitudinal analysis, missing data analysis, spatial analysis, computer tomography, biostatistics consulting, and applications to such topics as genetics, oncology, pharmacokinetics, physiology, neurobiology, and biophysics.
27.0501 – Statistics, General.
26.1103 – 26
Bioinformatics.
A program that focuses on the application of computer-based technologies and services to biological, biomedical, and biotechnology research. Includes instruction in algorithms, network architecture, principles of software design, human interface design, usability studies, search strategies, database management and data mining, digital image processing, computer graphics and animation, CAD, computer programming, and applications to experimental design and analysis and to specific quantitative, modeling, and analytical studies in the various biological specializations.
51.2706 – Medical Informatics., 11.0104 – Informatics.
26.1302 – 26
Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the ecology and behavior of microbes, plants, and animals inhabiting oceans, coastal waters, and saltwater wetlands and their interactions with the physical environment. Includes instruction in chemical, physical, and geological oceanography; molecular, cellular, and biochemical studies; marine microbiology; marine botany; ichthyology; mammalogy; marine population dynamics and biodiversity; reproductive biology; studies of specific species, phyla, habitats, and ecosystems; marine paleocology and palentology; and applications to fields such as fisheries science and biotechnology.
40.0607 – Oceanography, Chemical and Physical., 03.0301 – Fishing and Fisheries Sciences and Management., 30.3201 – Marine Sciences.
26.1304 – 26
Aquatic Biology/Limnology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the ecology and behavior of microbes, plants, and animals inhabiting inland fresh waters such as lakes, ponds, rivers, creeks, estuaries, and wetlands. Includes instruction in geology and hydrology; aquatic ecosystems; microbiology; mycology; botany; ichthyology; mammalogy; population biology and biodiversity; studies of specific species, phyla, and habitats; and applications to fields such as natural resources conservation, fisheries science, and biotechnology.
03.0205 – Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management.
Examples: – Aquatic Ecology

26.1305 – 26
Environmental Biology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the origins, functions, relationships, interactions, and natural history of living populations, communities, species, and ecosystems in relation to dynamic environmental processes. Includes instruction in biodiversity, molecular genetic and genomic evolution, mesoscale ecology, computational biology and modeling, conservation biology, local and global environmental change, and restoration ecology.
03.0104 – Environmental Science.
Examples: – Environmental Microbiology

26.1307 – 26
Conservation Biology.
A program that focuses on the application of the biological sciences to the specific problems of biodiversity, species preservation, ecological sustainability, and habitat fragmentation in the face of advancing human social, economic, and industrial pressures. Includes instruction in ecology, environmental science, biological systems, extinction theory, human-animal and human-plant interaction, ecosystem science and management, wetland conservation, field biology, forest and wildlife biology, and natural history.
03.0101 – Natural Resources/Conservation, General., 03.0104 – Environmental Science.
26.1309 – 26
Epidemiology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of disease, disability, and trauma patterns within and across populations and the development of health management mechanisms to prevent and control disease outbreaks and injurious behaviors. Includes instruction in biostatistics, biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, disease and injury determinants, genetic disease and disability factors, behavioral studies, health services research, environmental disease and injury factors, and population studies.
51.2201 – Public Health, General.
26.1310 – 26
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the relationships and interactions across levels of biological organization–genes and genomes, organisms, species, and ecosystems–and how these change over time, including the origins and history of species, the processes by which biodiversity has evolved, and the ecological context in which this evolution takes place. Includes instruction in animal, plant, population, functional, evolutionary, and ecosystem ecology; ecological and evolutionary genetics; molecular evolution; population and conservation biology; animal and plant diversity; biometry; and scientific and research ethics.
26.1301 – Ecology., 26.1303 – Evolutionary Biology.
26.1504 – 26
Neurobiology and Behavior.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the structure and function of the central and peripheral nervous system in vertebrates and invertebrates as it relates to control of behavior. Includes instruction in neuronal systems and circuits, higher level studies of behavior and cognition, computational neurobiology, and behavioral manifestations of central nervous system diseases and disorders.
30.1701 – Behavioral Sciences., 30.1001 – Biopsychology., 42.2706 – Behavioral Neuroscience.
27.0304 – 27
Computational and Applied Mathematics.
A program that focuses on the application of a broad range of mathematical and computational methods to modeling, analysis, algorithm development, and simulation for the solution of complex scientific and engineering problems. Includes instruction in numerical analysis, discrete mathematics, operations research, optimization, differential equations, statistics, scientific computation, and applications to specific scientific and industrial topics.
27.0303 – Computational Mathematics., 27.0301 – Applied Mathematics, General.
27.0306 – 27
Mathematical Biology.
A program that focuses on the application of mathematics to genomics, molecular modeling, structural biology, ecology, evolutionary biology and systems of analysis of neurobiology, physiology, and metabolism. Includes instruction in computational mathematics, chaos and nonlinear systems, perturbation methods, evolutionary biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics, and neurobiology.
26.1101 – Biometry/Biometrics.
27.0501 – 27
Statistics, General.
A general program that focuses on the relationships between groups of measurements, and similarities and differences, using probability theory and techniques derived from it. Includes instruction in the principles in probability theory, binomial distribution, regression analysis, standard deviation, stochastic processes, Monte Carlo method, Bayesian statistics, non-parametric statistics, sampling theory, and statistical techniques.
26.1102 – Biostatistics., 13.0603 – Educational Statistics and Research Methods., 45.0102 – Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods., 30.7102 – Business Analytics.
27.0503 – 27
Mathematics and Statistics.
A program with a general synthesis of mathematics and statistics or a specialization which draws from mathematics and statistics. Includes instruction in calculus, linear algebra, numerical analysis and partial differential equations, discrete mathematics, probability theory, statistics, computing, and other related topics.
27.0101 – Mathematics, General., 27.0501 – Statistics, General.
28.0601 – 28
Strategic Studies, General.
A program that focuses on coercion theory, defense strategy, warfighting, and strategic operations in the context of joint or combined operations, coalitions, and overall national security. May be offered at the advanced level and in the context of one or more armed forces, and may focus on various scenarios including campaign, theatre, joint, global and advanced strategy. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
45.0902 – National Security Policy Studies.
30.0101 – 30
Biological and Physical Sciences.
A program that is either a general synthesis of one or more of the biological and physical sciences, or a specialization which draws from the biological and physical sciences.
26.0101 – Biology/Biological Sciences, General., 40.0101 – Physical Sciences, General.
Examples: – Astrobiology

30.0501 – 30
Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.
A program that focuses on the origins, resolution and prevention of international and inter-group conflicts. Includes instruction in peace research methods and related social scientific and psychological knowledge bases.
30.2801 – Dispute Resolution.
30.0601 – 30
Systems Science and Theory.
A program with a multidisciplinary approach to the analysis and solution of complex problems, requiring a combined approach using data and models from the natural, social, technological, behavioral and life sciences, and other specialized fields.
14.2701 – Systems Engineering.
30.0801 – 30
Mathematics and Computer Science.
A program with a general synthesis of mathematics and computer science or a specialization which draws from mathematics and computer science.
11.0701 – Computer Science., 27.0101 – Mathematics, General.
30.1001 – 30
Biopsychology.
A program that focuses on biological and psychological linkages, especially the linkages between biochemical and biophysical activity and the functioning of the central nervous system.
42.2706 – Behavioral Neuroscience.
30.1101 – 30
Gerontology.
A program that focuses on the human aging process and aged human populations, using the knowledge and methodologies of the social sciences, psychology and the biological and health sciences.
19.0702 – Adult Development and Aging., 42.2809 – Geropsychology.
30.1201 – 30
Historic Preservation and Conservation, General.
A program that focuses on the design and implementation of plans to restore and maintain historic buildings, districts, and landscapes in a way that balances conservation and preservation with commercial and development interests. Includes instruction in architectural history, building conservation, cultural resource management, economics, historical documentation and preservation, land-use and zoning codes, public policy, public relations, real estate law, and taxation.
04.0802 – Architectural Conservation.
30.1202 – 30
Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis.
A program that focuses on the application of cultural studies, public policy analysis, and management skills to planning, promoting, and implementing programs to preserve and protect cultural heritage sites and artifacts. Includes instruction in historical preservation and conservation, business management, policy analysis, applied economics, public relations, applied history, historical archaeology, and environmental impact studies.
54.0105 – Public/Applied History.
30.1401 – 30
Museology/Museum Studies.
A program that focuses on the attitudes, knowledge, and skills required to develop, prepare, organize, administer, conserve, store and retrieve artifacts, exhibits and entire collections in museums and galleries, and that prepares individuals to assume curatorial, technical and managerial positions in museums. Includes instruction in institutional management, acquisition, exhibit design, conservation, packing techniques, and public relations.
50.1002 – Fine and Studio Arts Management.
30.1501 – 30
Science, Technology and Society.
A program that focuses on the contemporary social and public policy ramifications of science and technology, the interrelationship of science and engineering with the public policy process, and the social and ethical dimensions of scientific and technological enterprises.
54.0104 – History and Philosophy of Science and Technology., 51.3205 – History of Medicine.
Examples: – Social Studies of Science

30.1601 – 30
Accounting and Computer Science.
A program that combines accounting with computer science and/or computer studies.
11.0701 – Computer Science., 52.0301 – Accounting.
30.1701 – 30
Behavioral Sciences.
A program with a combined or undifferentiated focus on the social sciences, psychology, and biomedical sciences to study complex problems of human individual and social growth and behavior.
42.0101 – Psychology, General.
30.1901 – 30
Nutrition Sciences.
A scientific program that focuses on the utilization of food for human growth and metabolism, in both normal and dysfunctional states, from the interdisciplinary perspective of the agricultural, human, biological, and biomedical sciences. Includes instruction in food science, biochemistry, physiology, dietetics, food and nutrition studies, biotechnology, biophysics, and the clinical sciences.
19.0504 – Human Nutrition., 51.3102 – Clinical Nutrition/Nutritionist.
30.2001 – 30
International/Globalization Studies.
A program that focuses on global and international issues from the perspective of the social sciences, social services, and related fields.
45.0901 – International Relations and Affairs.
Examples: – Global Studies

30.2101 – 30
Holocaust and Related Studies.
A program that focuses on genocide in human history with particular reference to Twentieth Century genocides such as that of the Ottoman Armenians during World War I and the Nazi Holocaust during World War II. Programs also focus on topics such as survivor studies and counseling, war crimes research and prevention, reconciliation and compensation, ethical and spiritual issues, holocaust art and literature, and legacy and effect in relation to subsequent generations.
38.0206 – Jewish/Judaic Studies.
30.2202 – 30
Classical, Ancient Mediterranean, and Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology.
A program that focuses on the study of the classical ancient civilizations of the ancient Near East, Europe, and the Mediterranean Sea, such as Athens, Anatolia, Egypt, Greece, Israel, Mesopotamia, North Africa, and Rome. Includes instruction in ancient languages, ancient history, archaeology, anthropology, Greek and Roman mythology, philosophy, and religion.
05.0108 – Near and Middle Eastern Studies.
Examples: – Ancient Mediterranean Studies

30.2301 – 30
Intercultural/Multicultural and Diversity Studies.
A program that focuses on the dynamic social relations between and among majority and minority groups and different minority groups, and ways to promote mutual tolerance, inter-group cooperation, and the leadership and management of diverse groups and diversity issues in family, educational, recreational, and work settings. Includes instruction in ethnic and cultural studies, group psychology, sociology, anthropology, conflict resolution, human services and resources, and applications to various functional environments.
05.0200 – Ethnic Studies., 09.0907 – International and Intercultural Communication.
30.2501 – 30
Cognitive Science, General.
A program that focuses on the study of the mind and the nature of intelligence from the interdisciplinary perspectives of computer science, philosophy, mathematics, psychology, neuroscience, and other disciplines. Includes instruction in mathematics and logic, cognitive process modeling, dynamic systems, learning theories, brain and cognition, neural networking, programming, and applications to topics such as language acquisition, computer systems, and perception and behavior.
42.2701 – Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguistics.
30.2601 – 30
Cultural Studies/Critical Theory and Analysis.
An interdisciplinary program that focuses on the analysis and critique of culture in its varied forms, including values, ideas, belief systems, and expressive acts, and the relationship between cultural forms, everyday life, and structures of power. Includes instruction in anthropology, communications, history, literary studies, philosophy, political economy, and sociology, as well as recent theories and methodologies such as semiotics, deconstruction, postcolonial studies, gender theory, and ethnography.
16.0104 – Comparative Literature., 30.3601 – Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature., 05.0212 – Comparative Group Studies.
Examples: – Cultural Studies, – Critical Theory and Analysis

30.2801 – 30
Dispute Resolution.
A program that provides individuals with skills in negotiation, mediation, and arbitration, that can be applied to resolve disputes in a variety of settings, including business, legal, domestic, and labor relations.
30.0501 – Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.
Examples: – Dispute Resolution, – Dispute and Conflict Resolution, – Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, – Alternative Dispute Resolution

30.3001 – 30
Computational Science.
A program that focuses on the study of scientific computing and its application. Includes instruction in scientific visualization, multi-scale analysis, grid generation, data analysis, applied mathematics, numerical algorithms, high performance parallel computing, and numerical modeling and simulation with applications in science, engineering and other disciplines in which computation plays an integral role.
27.0303 – Computational Mathematics., 26.1104 – Computational Biology.
Examples: – Scientific Computing

30.3101 – 30
Human Computer Interaction.
An interdisciplinary program that focuses on the study of the interaction between people and technology and how that technology impacts society, and combines disciplines within the fields of computing and information science (information systems, software engineering, artificial intelligence and design), engineering, and the behavior sciences (cognitive science, cognitive psychology, sociology, organizational psychology, and social psychology). Includes instruction in information technology, cognitive and behavioral sciences, and systems design.
42.2813 – Applied Psychology., 11.0105 – Human-Centered Technology Design.
Examples: – Human Factors Psychology

30.3201 – 30
Marine Sciences.
A program that focuses on the study of biology, chemistry, geology and physics applied to marine, estuarine and coastal environments. Includes instruction in marine biogeochemistry, atmosphere and ocean dynamics, coastal ecology, coastal ocean processes, microbial ecology, marine ecosystem modeling, and polar microbiology.
26.1302 – Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography.
30.3301 – 30
Sustainability Studies.
A program that focuses on the concept of sustainability from an interdisciplinary perspective. Includes instruction in sustainable development, environmental policies, ethics, ecology, landscape architecture, city and regional planning, economics, natural resources, sociology, and anthropology.
01.0308 – Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture.
Examples: – Sustainability, – Sustainable Living, – Organizational and Environmental Sustainability, – Sustainability Studies

30.3601 – 30
Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature.
A program with a general synthesis of cultural studies and comparative literature or a specialization which draws from cultural studies and comparative literature. Includes instruction in anthropology, comparative linguistics, cultural studies, history, literary criticism, literary studies, philosophy, political economy, sociology, and textual studies.
16.0104 – Comparative Literature., 05.0200 – Ethnic Studies., 30.2601 – Cultural Studies/Critical Theory and Analysis.
30.3701 – 30
Design for Human Health.
A program that focuses on the impact of design and architecture on the health of individuals and larger populations, and how to create settings that promote health, healing, and well-being. Includes instruction in architecture, interior design, human health services, communication studies, medical and clinical innovations, behavioral and engineering sciences, hospitals and health systems, and environmental conditions that influence health.
04.0402 – Healthcare Environment Design/Architecture.
30.4001 – 30
Economics and Foreign Language/Literature.
A program with a general synthesis of economics and the language and literature of one or more countries or regions or a specialization which draws from economics and the language and literature of one or more countries or regions. Includes instruction in comparative economic systems, econometrics, economic theory, money and banking systems, international economics, international trade, linguistics, philology, and translation.
16.0101 – Foreign Languages and Literatures, General., 45.0605 – International Economics.
30.4401 – 30
Geography and Environmental Studies.
A program that focuses on interactions between people and the natural and built environments. Includes instruction in climate science, sustainability, environmental science and policy, research methods, geographic information systems (GIS), human geography, physical geography, remote sensing, and public policy.
45.0701 – Geography., 03.0103 – Environmental Studies.
30.4501 – 30
History and Language/Literature.
A program with a general synthesis of history and the language and literature of one or more countries or regions or a specialization which draws from history and the language and literature of one or more countries or regions. Includes instruction in historiography; historical research methods; linguistics; literature, philology; and studies of specific periods, issues and cultures.
54.0101 – History, General., 16.0101 – Foreign Languages and Literatures, General.
30.4601 – 30
History and Political Science.
A program with a general synthesis of history and political science or a specialization which draws from history and political science. Includes instruction in comparative government and politics, historiography, historical research methods, political science, political theory, records administration, and systematic study of political institutions and behavior.
54.0101 – History, General., 45.1001 – Political Science and Government, General.
30.4701 – 30
Linguistics and Anthropology.
A program that focuses on the study of the anthropological, historical, and sociological context of language with a particular emphasis on language use and its role in shaping cultural and social diversity. Includes instruction in applied linguistics, data management, field methods, language heritage, socialization, structure, linguistic analysis, linguistic theory, and multilingualism.
16.0102 – Linguistics., 45.0201 – Anthropology, General.
30.4801 – 30
Linguistics and Computer Science.
A program that focuses on the relationship between computer and human language and computational techniques applied to natural language. Includes instruction in computer programming, human languages, linguistic analysis, logic, natural language processing, semantics, machine learning, psycholinguistics, software engineering, and syntax.
11.0101 – Computer and Information Sciences, General., 16.0102 – Linguistics.
30.4901 – 30
Mathematical Economics.
A program that focuses on the application of mathematical methods to the development of economic theory, models, and quantitative analysis. Includes instruction in data analysis, applied business economics, calculus, econometrics, linear algebra, microeconomic theory, probability, and statistical methods.
45.0603 – Econometrics and Quantitative Economics.
Examples: – Math Economics, – Mathematics and Economics, – Economics and Mathematics

30.5101 – 30
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
A program that focuses on philosophical foundations, political institutions, collective behavior, economic theory, and economic influences. Includes instruction in econometrics, logic, metaphysics, moral responsibility, philosophy of language, philosophy of perception, philosophy through history, reasoning and persuasion, and social epistemology.
38.0101 – Philosophy., 45.0601 – Economics, General., 45.1001 – Political Science and Government, General.
30.7102 – 30
Business Analytics.
A program that prepares individuals to apply data science to solve business challenges. Includes instruction in machine learning, optimization methods, computer algorithms, probability and stochastic models, information economics, logistics, strategy, consumer behavior, marketing, and visual analytics.
52.1302 – Business Statistics.
Examples: – Business Forecasting and Trend Spotting

31.0301 – 31
Parks, Recreation, and Leisure Facilities Management, General.
A program that prepares individuals to develop and manage park facilities and other indoor and outdoor recreation and leisure facilities. Includes instruction in supervising support personnel, health and safety standards, public relations, and basic business and marketing principles.
03.0207 – Environmental/Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism., 03.0206 – Land Use Planning and Management/Development.
31.0501 – 31
Sports, Kinesiology, and Physical Education/Fitness, General.
A general program that focuses on activities and principles that promote physical fitness, achieve and maintain athletic prowess, and accomplish related research and service goals. Includes instruction in human movement studies, motivation studies, rules and practice of specific sports, exercise and fitness principles and techniques, basic athletic injury prevention and treatment, and organizing and leading fitness and sports programs.
13.1314 – Physical Education Teaching and Coaching., 51.0001 – Health and Wellness, General.
Examples: – Coaching

31.0504 – 31
Sport and Fitness Administration/Management.
A program that prepares individuals to apply business, coaching and physical education principles to the organization, administration and management of athletic programs and teams, fitness/rehabilitation facilities and health clubs, sport recreation services, and related services. Includes instruction in program planning and development; business and financial management principles; sales, marketing and recruitment; event promotion, scheduling and management; facilities management; public relations; legal aspects of sports; and applicable health and safety standards.
31.0508 – Sports Studies., 09.0906 – Sports Communication.
31.0505 – 31
Exercise Science and Kinesiology.
A scientific program that focuses on the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and biophysics of human movement, and applications to exercise and therapeutic rehabilitation. Includes instruction in biomechanics, motor behavior, motor development and coordination, motor neurophysiology, performance research, rehabilitative therapies, the development of diagnostic and rehabilitative methods and equipment, and related analytical methods and procedures in applied exercise and therapeutic rehabilitation.
26.0908 – Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology., 51.2311 – Kinesiotherapy/Kinesiotherapist., 51.0913 – Athletic Training/Trainer., 13.1314 – Physical Education Teaching and Coaching., 26.0913 – Biomechanics.
31.0507 – 31
Physical Fitness Technician.
A program that prepares individuals for employment in health and fitness clubs, wellness centers, public and private recreation facilities, hospitals and corporate fitness programs where they will perform a variety of instructional and administrative duties. Includes instruction in human anatomy and physiology, fitness techniques, exercise science, personal training, nutrition, and customer service.
51.0913 – Athletic Training/Trainer.
Examples: – Fitness Technician, – Fitness Trainer, – Personal Trainer

31.0508 – 31
Sports Studies.
A program that focuses on the psychological, sociological, and historical aspects of sport and physical activity. Includes instruction in theory of sport, sport psychology, sport in American society, gender and race/ethnicity and sport, and sports history.
31.0504 – Sport and Fitness Administration/Management., 09.0906 – Sports Communication., 42.2815 – Performance and Sport Psychology.
Examples: – Psychosocial Aspects of Sport

31.0601 – 31
Outdoor Education.
A program that prepares individuals to work as an educator, instructor or facilitator in parks, recreational facilities, camps and other outdoor settings. Includes instruction in leadership skills, wilderness survival skills, first aid, group processes, counseling techniques, environmental studies and instruction in recreational activities such as rock climbing, ropes courses, backpacking, kayaking and canoeing.
13.1338 – Environmental Education.
32.0202 – 32
High School Equivalent Exam Preparation.
A program of study that focuses on general study and exam-taking skills associated with preparation for the high school equivalency examinations. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
53.0201 – High School Equivalence Certificate Program.
Examples: – General Educational Development (GED) Exam, – High School Equivalency Certificate Exam, – Certificate of School Completion Exam

36.0120 – 36
Beekeeping.
A program that focuses on keeping bees for personal enjoyment, pollination of plants and vegetables, and domestic honey and other bee product production. Includes instruction in bee behavior, hive equipment, beekeeping supplies, bee pests and parasites, handling bees, hive set up and care, honey production, and seasonal management practices. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
01.0310 – Apiculture.
36.0123 – 36
Master Gardener/Gardening.
A program that prepares individuals to educate the public on science-based, environmentally-sound practices in sustainable gardening and horticulture. Includes instruction in vegetables, houseplants, composting, flowers, fruits, turf grass, woody plants, plant propagation, pollination, soils, wildlife management, integrated pest management, plant pathology, and entomology. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
01.0801 – Agricultural and Extension Education Services., 01.0609 – Public Horticulture.
36.0207 – 36
Remote Aircraft Pilot (Personal).
A program that prepares individuals to fly an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) for personal use, and qualifies individuals to sit for the FAA Remote Pilot Certificate with small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) rating knowledge examination. Includes instruction in principles of unmanned aircraft system design and performance; aircraft flight systems and controls; airway safety and traffic regulations; and governmental rules and regulations pertaining to piloting unmanned aircraft. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
49.0109 – Remote Aircraft Pilot.
38.0001 – 38
Philosophy and Religious Studies, General.
A general program that combines the study of philosophy and religious studies. Includes instruction in logic; ethics; epistemology; symbolism; phenomenology; the sociology, psychology, philosophy, anthropology, literature, and art of religion; and world religions.
38.0101 – Philosophy., 38.0201 – Religion/Religious Studies.
38.0104 – 38
Applied and Professional Ethics.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of ethical issues in the workplace and public life, and the application of ethical decision-making to the practical problems of society and the professions. Includes instruction in ethical theory; history of ethics; contemporary social dilemmas; methods in applied ethics; and applications including medical ethics, legal ethics, business ethics, environmental ethics, and criminal justice ethics.
51.3201 – Bioethics/Medical Ethics.
Examples: – Applied Ethics, – Professional Ethics, – Engineering Ethics

38.0199 – 38
Philosophy, Other.
Any instructional program in Philosophy not listed above.
30.5101 – Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
38.0203 – 38
Christian Studies.
A program that focuses on the philosophy and teachings of Jesus Christ and his apostles, and the subsequent intellectual and cultural movements and institutions based on Christianity. Includes instruction in Christian sacred scripture, Christian literature and philosophy, and studies of one or more of the main branches of the faith and their cultural context including Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Evangelicalism, and others.
39.0201 – Bible/Biblical Studies.
38.0206 – 38
Jewish/Judaic Studies.
A program that focuses on the history, culture, and religion of the Jewish people. Includes instruction in Jewish religious heritage, sacred texts, and law; Jewish philosophy and intellectual history; Jewish life and culture, both in Israel and the Jewish Diaspora; historical Jewish minority cultures such as the Yiddish, Sephardic, and other; anti-Semitism, gentile relations and Shoa; Zionism; and modern developments within Judaism.
30.2101 – Holocaust and Related Studies., 39.0605 – Rabbinical Studies., 38.0207 – Talmudic Studies., 39.0201 – Bible/Biblical Studies.
39.0201 – 39
Bible/Biblical Studies.
A program that focuses on the Christian and/or Jewish Bible and related literature, with an emphasis on understanding and interpreting the theological, doctrinal, and ethical messages contained therein. May include preparation for applying these studies in various religious vocations.
38.0203 – Christian Studies., 38.0206 – Jewish/Judaic Studies.
39.0605 – 39
Rabbinical Studies.
A program that prepares individuals for ordination as Rabbis. Includes instruction in Talmud, Halacha, Liturgy and Rituals, Rabbinical Thought, Jewish Ethics, Jewish Education, Pastoral Counseling and Homiletics.
38.0207 – Talmudic Studies., 38.0206 – Jewish/Judaic Studies.
Examples: – Rabbinical Studies (M.H.L./Rav)

39.0701 – 39
Pastoral Studies/Counseling.
A program that focuses on the theory and principles of pastoral care and prepares ordained clergy to provide non-clinical pastoral counseling to individuals and groups. Includes instruction in pastoral leadership, counseling psychology; crisis intervention; individual and group procedures; theological and spiritual counseling; pastoral care; and applications to specific types of ministry.
51.1506 – Clinical Pastoral Counseling/Patient Counseling.
Examples: – Christian Counseling

39.0801 – 39
Religious Institution Administration and Management.
A program that prepares individuals to manage the business affairs and administration of religious institutions. Includes instruction in business management, principles of accounting and financial management, human resources management, taxation of religious institutions, and business law as applied to religious institutions.
52.0206 – Non-Profit/Public/Organizational Management.
Examples: – Church Administration

40.0202 – 40
Astrophysics.
A program that focuses on the theoretical and observational study of the structure, properties, and behavior of stars, star systems and clusters, stellar life cycles, and related phenomena. Includes instruction in cosmology, plasma kinetics, stellar physics, convolution and non-equilibrium radiation transfer theory, non-Euclidean geometries, mathematical modeling, galactic structure theory, and relativistic astronomy.
40.1101 – Physics and Astronomy.
40.0501 – 40
Chemistry, General.
A general program that focuses on the scientific study of the composition and behavior of matter, including its micro- and macro-structure, the processes of chemical change, and the theoretical description and laboratory simulation of these phenomena.
14.0701 – Chemical Engineering.
40.0507 – 40
Polymer Chemistry.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of synthesized macromolecules and their interactions with other substances. Includes instruction in molecular bonding theory, polymerization, properties and behavior of unstable compounds, the development of tailored polymers, transition phenomena, and applications to specific industrial problems and technologies.
14.3201 – Polymer/Plastics Engineering.
40.0510 – 40
Forensic Chemistry.
A program that focuses on the application of chemical techniques and instrumentation to the analysis and evaluation of physical evidence to aid in criminal investigations. Includes instruction in analytical, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry; biochemistry; forensic toxicology; instrumental analysis; crime scene processing; criminal investigation; forensic laboratory technology; and applicable law.
43.0406 – Forensic Science and Technology.
40.0511 – 40
Theoretical Chemistry.
A program that focuses on the study of mathematical and computational methods and fundamental laws of physics to describe chemical phenomena and to develop empirical models of molecules and their interactions. Includes instruction in properties of small, isolated molecules; dynamics of elementary chemical processes; reaction pathways of organic molecules; hydrogen bonding patterns in liquids; reaction rates of biological pathways; and advanced computational techniques.
40.0512 – Cheminformatics/Chemistry Informatics.
40.0601 – 40
Geology/Earth Science, General.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the earth; the forces acting upon it; and the behavior of the solids, liquids and gases comprising it. Includes instruction in historical geology, geomorphology, and sedimentology, the chemistry of rocks and soils, stratigraphy, mineralogy, petrology, geostatistics, volcanology, glaciology, geophysical principles, and applications to research and industrial problems.
14.3901 – Geological/Geophysical Engineering.
40.0605 – 40
Hydrology and Water Resources Science.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the occurrence, circulation, distribution, chemical and physical properties, and environmental interaction of surface and subsurface waters, including groundwater. Includes instruction in geophysics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, chemical physics, geomorphology, mathematical modeling, hydrologic analysis, continental water processes, global water balance, and environmental science.
14.0805 – Water Resources Engineering., 03.0205 – Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management.
Examples: – Hydrogeology

40.0607 – 40
Oceanography, Chemical and Physical.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the chemical components, mechanisms, structure, and movement of ocean waters and their interaction with terrestrial and atmospheric phenomena. Includes instruction in material inputs and outputs, chemical and biochemical transformations in marine systems, equilibria studies, inorganic and organic ocean chemistry, oceanographic processes, sediment transport, zone processes, circulation, mixing, tidal movements, wave properties, and seawater properties.
26.1302 – Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography.
40.0801 – 40
Physics, General.
A general program that focuses on the scientific study of matter and energy, and the formulation and testing of the laws governing the behavior of the matter-energy continuum. Includes instruction in classical and modern physics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, mechanics, wave properties, nuclear processes, relativity and quantum theory, quantitative methods, and laboratory methods.
14.1201 – Engineering Physics/Applied Physics.
40.0806 – 40
Nuclear Physics.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the properties and behavior of atomic nuclei. Includes instruction in nuclear reaction theory, quantum mechanics, energy conservation, nuclear fission and fusion, strong and weak forces, nuclear modeling, nuclear decay, nucleon scattering, pairing, photon and electron reactions, the physics of nuclear effects, statistical methods, and research equipment operation and maintenance.
14.2301 – Nuclear Engineering.
Examples: – Nuclear Effects

40.0807 – 40
Optics/Optical Sciences.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of light energy, including its structure, properties and behavior under different conditions. Includes instruction in wave theory, wave mechanics, electromagnetic theory, physical optics, geometric optics, quantum theory of light, photon detecting, laser theory, wall and beam properties, chaotic light, non-linear optics, harmonic generation, optical systems theory, and applications to engineering problems.
14.1003 – Laser and Optical Engineering.
Examples: – Electro-Optics, – Atmospheric and Space Optics

40.1001 – 40
Materials Science.
A program that focuses on the general application of mathematical and scientific principles to the analysis and evaluation of the characteristics and behavior of solids, including internal structure, chemical properties, transport and energy flow properties, thermodynamics of solids, stress and failure factors, chemical transformation states and processes, compound materials, and research on industrial applications of specific materials.
14.1801 – Materials Engineering., 40.1002 – Materials Chemistry.
Examples: – Mechanical Properties of Materials, – Structural Materials, – Electronic and Optical Materials, – Biomaterials, – Materials Theory, – Surface Technology

40.1002 – 40
Materials Chemistry.
A program that focuses on the synthesis and study of organic or inorganic materials and their electronic, magnetic, optical or mechanical properties. Includes instruction in advanced materials for photonics, lasers, chemical sensors and arrays or nanochemistry; semiconductor nanowires; and molecular electronics.
14.1801 – Materials Engineering., 40.1001 – Materials Science.
40.1101 – 40
Physics and Astronomy.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the theories that explain the fundamental structure of our world and the universe and which draws from physics and astronomy. Includes instruction in astronomy, calculus, cosmology, differential equations, electricity, magnetism, data analysis, physics, quantum mechanics, space science, spectroscopy, and thermal physics.
40.0202 – Astrophysics.
41.0101 – 41
Biology/Biotechnology Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply scientific principles and technical skills in support of biologists and biotechnologists in research, industrial, and government settings. Includes instruction in fermentation technology, cell culturing, protein purification, biologic synthesis, assaying and testing, quality control, industrial microbiology, bioprocessing, chromatography and bioseparation, genetic technology, laboratory and hazardous materials safety, and computer applications.
51.1004 – Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician.
Examples: – Biotechnology Laboratory Technician, – Biology Laboratory Technician

42.0101 – 42
Psychology, General.
A general program that focuses on the scientific study of individual and collective behavior, the physical and environmental bases of behavior, and the analysis and treatment of behavior problems and disorders. Includes instruction in the principles of the various subfields of psychology, research methods, and psychological assessment and testing methods.
30.1701 – Behavioral Sciences.
42.2703 – 42
Developmental and Child Psychology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the unique stages of psychological growth and development of individuals from infancy through childhood. Includes instruction in cognitive and perceptual development, emotional development, personality development, the effects of biological maturation on behavior, theories of cognitive growth and related research methods, testing and assessment methods for different age levels, research on child and adolescent behavior therapy, and the psychology of aging.
19.0706 – Child Development.
Examples: – Child Psychology, – Lifespan Development

42.2706 – 42
Behavioral Neuroscience.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the biological bases of behavior and psychological functioning, and their application to experimental and therapeutic research problems. Includes instruction in functional neuroanatomy, neural system development, biochemical neural regulatory mechanisms, neurological biophysics, memory storage and retrieval, physiology of cognition and perception, physiological bases of psychopathology and behavioral disorders, psychopharmacology, comparative psychobiology, molecular and cellular neuroscience, brain science, anatomy and physiology of the central nervous system, and specialized experimental design and research methods.
30.1701 – Behavioral Sciences., 26.1501 – Neuroscience., 30.1001 – Biopsychology., 26.1504 – Neurobiology and Behavior.
Examples: – Physiological Psychology, – Psychobiology

42.2803 – 42
Counseling Psychology.
A program that prepares individuals for the independent professional practice of psychological counseling, involving the rendering of therapeutic services to individuals and groups experiencing psychological problems and exhibiting distress symptoms. Includes instruction in counseling theory, therapeutic intervention strategies, patient/counselor relationships, testing and assessment methods and procedures, group therapy, marital and family therapy, child and adolescent therapy, supervised counseling practice, ethical standards, and applicable regulations.
51.1508 – Mental Health Counseling/Counselor.
42.2804 – 42
Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of individual and group behavior in institutional settings, applications to related problems of organization and industry, and that may prepare individuals to apply such principles in industrial and organizational settings. Includes instruction in group behavior theory, organizational theory, reward/punishment structures, human-machine and human-computer interactions, motivation dynamics, human stress studies, environmental and organizational influences on behavior, alienation and satisfaction, and job testing and assessment.
52.1003 – Organizational Behavior Studies.
42.2805 – 42
School Psychology.
A program that prepares individuals to apply clinical and counseling psychology principles to the diagnosis and treatment of student behavioral problems. Includes instruction in child and/or adolescent development; learning theory; testing, observation and other procedures for assessing educational, personality, intelligence and motor skill development; therapeutic intervention strategies for students and families; identification and classification of disabilities and disorders affecting learning; school psychological services planning; supervised counseling practice; ethical standards; and applicable regulations.
13.1101 – Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services.
42.2809 – 42
Geropsychology.
A program that focuses on the psychology of aging and of elderly individuals and populations, with reference to growth and decline across the life span. Includes instruction in gerontology, developmental and adult psychology, age-related development and decline of cognitive processes, age-related psychological and neurological disorders, social and personality development in aging populations and individuals, and applications to the clinical treatment and care of older adults.
19.0702 – Adult Development and Aging., 30.1101 – Gerontology.
42.2811 – 42
Family Psychology.
A program that prepares individuals to provide therapeutic, evaluative, and research services to families and individuals in the family unit context. Includes instruction in natural and family systems theory, family and group rituals, family evaluation and assessment, marital and couples therapy, sex therapy, parenting, interviewing techniques, genogram construction, family sculpting, diversity issues, family violence, family law, and professional standards and ethics.
51.1505 – Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling., 19.0704 – Family Systems.
42.2813 – 42
Applied Psychology.
A program that focuses on the application of psychological theories and methods to real-world settings and problems, such as business and industry, government, education, military, and community settings. Includes instruction in applications of psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, cognitive psychology, counseling, human factors, research methods and statistics, and program evaluation.
30.3101 – Human Computer Interaction.
42.2815 – 42
Performance and Sport Psychology.
A program that focuses on the motor, physiological, and psychosocial aspects of sport behavior. Includes instruction in applied sport psychology, clinical mental health counseling, coaching, exercise physiology, ethical performance enhancement; human development, leadership and team building, mind-body practices, neuroscience, and personality and health.
31.0508 – Sports Studies.
Examples: – Sport and Exercise Psychology

43.0104 – 43
Criminal Justice/Safety Studies.
A program that focuses on the criminal justice system, its organizational components and processes, and its legal and public policy contexts. Includes instruction in criminal law and policy, police and correctional systems organization, the administration of justice and the judiciary, and public attitudes regarding criminal justice issues.
45.0401 – Criminology.
43.0199 – 43
Corrections and Criminal Justice, Other.
Any instructional program in corrections and criminal justice not listed above.
03.0208 – Environmental/Natural Resources Law Enforcement and Protective Services.
43.0403 – 43
Cyber/Computer Forensics and Counterterrorism.
A program focusing on the principles and techniques used to identify, search, seize and analyze digital media and to conduct cyber investigations against criminal and terrorist activity. Includes instruction in computer boot processes and drives, jumper setting, file access and reconstruction, hacking, network systems, cryptography, programming, investigative techniques, forensic imagery, web-based investigation methods, cyberterrorism, and applicable laws and administrative procedures.
11.1003 – Computer and Information Systems Security/Auditing/Information Assurance.
Examples: – Internet Investigation

43.0406 – 43
Forensic Science and Technology.
A program that focuses on the application of the physical, biomedical, and social sciences to the analysis and evaluation of physical evidence, human testimony and criminal suspects. Includes instruction in forensic medicine, forensic dentistry, anthropology, psychology, entomology, pathology, forensic laboratory technology and autopsy procedures, DNA and blood pattern analysis, crime scene analysis, crime scene photography, fingerprint technology, document analysis, witness and suspect examination procedures, applicable law and regulations, and professional standards and ethics.
42.2812 – Forensic Psychology., 40.0510 – Forensic Chemistry., 44.0703 – Forensic Social Work., 45.0205 – Forensic Anthropology.
Examples: – Crime Scene Investigation

43.0407 – 43
Geospatial Intelligence.
A program that prepares individuals to analyze security and intelligence problems using a geographic perspective by relating human actions to cultural, political, economic, social, and physical landscapes. Includes instruction in aerial photography analysis, cartography, geographic information systems (GIS), physical geography, remote sensing, spatial programming, and quantitative methods in geographic research.
45.0702 – Geographic Information Science and Cartography.
44.0403 – 44
Transportation and Infrastructure Planning/Studies.
A program that focuses on the economic, social, spatial, and environmental aspects of transportation and infrastructure planning. Includes instruction in economics, environmental analysis, geographic information systems (GIS), logistics, risk analysis, transportation economics, transportation evaluation, transportation planning, transportation policy, and urban transportation planning.
52.0209 – Transportation/Mobility Management.
44.0503 – 44
Health Policy Analysis.
A program that focuses on the systematic analysis of public policy issues related to domestic and international health and health care systems. Includes instruction in contemporary health issues and policies, politics and economics of health care delivery, epidemiology, public health, comparative and global health, medical law and ethics, statistical methods, and applications to specific public policy topics.
51.2201 – Public Health, General.
44.0504 – 44
International Policy Analysis.
A program that focuses on the systematic analysis of public policy issues related to relationships among nations and among governments and non-governmental entities. Includes instruction in international politics, governance, financial policy, and security affairs; globalization; economic and social policies of developing nations; and applications to specific public policy topics such as labor and employment, immigration, and human rights.
51.2210 – International Public Health/International Health.
44.0701 – 44
Social Work.
A program that prepares individuals for the professional practice of social welfare administration and counseling, and that focus on the study of organized means of providing basic support services for vulnerable individuals and groups. Includes instruction in social welfare policy; case work planning; social counseling and intervention strategies; administrative procedures and regulations; and specific applications in areas such as child welfare and family services, probation, employment services, and disability counseling.
51.1503 – Clinical/Medical Social Work.
44.0799 – 44
Social Work, Other.
Any program providing instruction in social work and related services not listed above.
51.1503 – Clinical/Medical Social Work.
45.0102 – 45
Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods.
A program that focuses on the design of research studies, measurement of variables, data analysis, and formulation of models. Includes instruction in experimental, quasi-experimental, and case study methods; historical research; participant observation; questionnaire design; sampling theory; and statistical methods.
13.0603 – Educational Statistics and Research Methods., 27.0501 – Statistics, General.
Examples: – Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics

45.0103 – 45
Survey Research/Methodology.
A program that focuses on survey research design to gather data about behaviors, demographics, opinions, and data analysis to answer complex questions. Includes instruction in the analysis of survey data, cross-cultural and multi-population survey methodology, data collection methods, modes of survey analysis, quantitative analysis, questionnaire design, research design, sampling, survey error, and structural equation modeling.
27.0601 – Applied Statistics, General.
45.0203 – 45
Medical Anthropology.
A program that focuses on biological, socio-cultural, psychological, and behavioral factors as they relate to health, illness, medical practices, and access to health care services. Includes instruction in ethno-medicine, urban health, international health, psychiatric and psychological anthropology, aging, and health and identity.
51.3299 – Health Professions Education, Ethics, and Humanities, Other.
45.0205 – 45
Forensic Anthropology.
A program that focuses on the application of the biological sciences and skeletal anthropology in medicolegal death investigations. Includes instruction in biological anthropology theory, crime scene investigation, forensic anthropology field methods, forensic anthropological techniques and procedures, human anatomy, methods of human identification, mortuary archaeology, osteology, and taphonomy.
43.0406 – Forensic Science and Technology.
45.0301 – 45
Archeology.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of extinct societies, and the past of living societies, via the excavation, analysis and interpretation of their artifactual, human, and associated remains. Includes instruction in archeological theory, field methods, dating methods, conservation and museum studies, cultural and physical evolution, and the study of specific selected past cultures.
30.2201 – Ancient Studies/Civilization., 30.2202 – Classical, Ancient Mediterranean, and Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology., 30.4201 – Geoarcheaology.
Examples: – Archaeometry

45.0401 – 45
Criminology.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of crime as a sociopathological phenomenon, the behavior of criminals, and the social institutions evolved to respond to crime. Includes instruction in the theory of crime, psychological and social bases of criminal behavior, social value systems and the theory of punishment, criminal law and criminal justice systems, penology, rehabilitation and recidivism, studies of specific types of crime, social attitudes and policy, and applications to specific issues in law enforcement administration and policy.
43.0104 – Criminal Justice/Safety Studies.
45.0601 – 45
Economics, General.
A general program that focuses on the systematic study of the production, conservation and allocation of resources in conditions of scarcity, together with the organizational frameworks related to these processes. Includes instruction in economic theory, micro- and macroeconomics, comparative economic systems, money and banking systems, international economics, quantitative analytical methods, and applications to specific industries and public policy issues.
01.0103 – Agricultural Economics., 19.0402 – Consumer Economics., 52.0601 – Business/Managerial Economics., 03.0204 – Environmental/Natural Resource Economics., 30.3901 – Economics and Computer Science., 30.4001 – Economics and Foreign Language/Literature.
45.0602 – 45
Applied Economics.
A program that focuses on the application of economic principles and analytical techniques to the study of particular industries, activities, or the exploitation of particular resources. Includes instruction in economic theory; microeconomic analysis and modeling of specific industries, commodities; the economic consequences of resource allocation decisions; regulatory and consumer factors; and the technical aspects of specific subjects as they relate to economic analysis.
01.0103 – Agricultural Economics., 19.0402 – Consumer Economics., 52.0601 – Business/Managerial Economics., 03.0204 – Environmental/Natural Resource Economics.
Examples: – Behavioral and Experimental Economics

45.0603 – 45
Econometrics and Quantitative Economics.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of mathematical and statistical analysis of economic phenomena and problems. Includes instruction in economic statistics, optimization theory, cost/benefit analysis, price theory, economic modeling, and economic forecasting and evaluation.
30.4901 – Mathematical Economics.
Examples: – Cost Analysis, – Economic Forecasting

45.0604 – 45
Development Economics and International Development.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of the economic development process and its application to the problems of specific countries and regions. Includes instruction in economic development theory, industrialization, land reform, infrastructural development, investment policy, the role of governments and business in development, international development organizations, and the study of social, health, and environmental influences on economic development.
01.0701 – International Agriculture.
45.0605 – 45
International Economics.
A program that focuses on the systematic study and analysis of international commercial behavior and trade policy. Includes instruction in international trade theory, tariffs and quotas, commercial policy, trade factor flows, international finance and investment, currency regulation and trade exchange rates and markets, international trade negotiation, and international payments and accounting policy.
52.0806 – International Finance., 52.1101 – International Business/Trade/Commerce., 52.1403 – International Marketing., 30.4001 – Economics and Foreign Language/Literature.
45.0699 – 45
Economics, Other.
Any instructional program in economics not listed above.
30.5101 – Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
Examples: – Game Theory

45.0701 – 45
Geography.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of the spatial distribution and interrelationships of people, natural resources, plant and animal life. Includes instruction in historical and political geography, cultural geography, economic and physical geography, regional science, cartographic methods, remote sensing, spatial analysis, and applications to areas such as land-use planning, development studies, and analyses of specific countries, regions, and resources.
30.4401 – Geography and Environmental Studies.
Examples: – Environmental Geography, – Physical Geography, – Social Geography

45.0702 – 45
Geographic Information Science and Cartography.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of map-making and the application of mathematical, computer, and other techniques to the analysis of large amounts of geographic data and the science of mapping geographic information. Includes instruction in cartographic theory and map projections, computer-assisted cartography, geographic information systems, map design and layout, photogrammetry, air photo interpretation, remote sensing, spatial analysis, geodesy, cartographic editing, and applications to specific industrial, commercial, research, and governmental mapping problems.
43.0407 – Geospatial Intelligence.
Examples: – Geographic Information Systems (GIS), – Spatial Analysis, – Geomatics, – Remote Sensing

45.0901 – 45
International Relations and Affairs.
A program that focuses on the systematic study of international politics and institutions, and the conduct of diplomacy and foreign policy. Includes instruction in international relations theory, foreign policy analysis, international law and organization, the comparative study of specific countries and regions, and the theory and practice of diplomacy.
30.2001 – International/Globalization Studies.
Examples: – International Relations, – International Affairs, – Foreign Policy and Diplomacy, – International Relations and Affairs-Economics, – International Relations and Affairs-History, – International Relations and Affairs-Political Science

45.0902 – 45
National Security Policy Studies.
A program that focuses on the theory and application of intelligence, diplomacy, military power, and related tools of statecraft to national defense policy formulation and power projection. Includes instruction in history, political theory, public policy analysis, civil-military relations, military and defense studies, homeland security, leadership, threat scenarios, regional and local issues, alliance and coalition issues, defense budgeting and economics, intelligence, and strategy.
28.0601 – Strategic Studies, General.
Examples: – National Security Studies, – Strategic Studies

45.1099 – 45
Political Science and Government, Other.
Any instructional program in political science and government not listed above.
30.4601 – History and Political Science., 30.5101 – Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
45.1201 – 45
Urban Studies/Affairs.
A program that focuses on the application of social science principles to the study of urban institutions and the forces influencing urban social and political life. Includes instruction in urban theory, the development and evolution of urban areas, urban sociology, principles of urban and social planning, and the politics and economics of urban government and services.
04.0301 – City/Urban, Community, and Regional Planning.
Examples: – Urban and Regional Studies

45.1301 – 45
Sociology and Anthropology.
A program that combines sociology and anthropology to study how society is organized, the origins and development of social institutions, social change, social organizations, race, class, gender and culture.
45.0201 – Anthropology, General., 45.1101 – Sociology, General.
46.0302 – 46
Electrician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to install, operate, maintain, and repair electric apparatus and systems such as residential, commercial, and industrial electric-power wiring; and DC and AC motors, controls, and electrical distribution panels. Includes instruction in the principles of electronics and electrical systems, wiring, power transmission, safety, industrial and household appliances, job estimation, electrical testing and inspection, and applicable codes and standards.
15.0303 – Electrical, Electronic, and Communications Engineering Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Construction Electrician, – Industrial Electrician

46.0412 – 46
Building/Construction Site Management/Manager.
A program that prepares individuals to supervise, manage, and inspect construction sites, buildings, and associated facilities. Includes instruction in site safety, personnel supervision, labor relations, diversity training, construction documentation, scheduling, resource and cost control, bid strategies, rework prevention, construction insurance and bonding, accident management and investigation, applicable law and regulations, and communication skills.
52.2001 – Construction Management, General.
47.0104 – 47
Computer Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair computers and related instruments. Includes instruction in power supplies, number systems, memory structure, buffers and registers, microprocessor design, peripheral equipment, programming, and networking.
15.1202 – Computer/Computer Systems Technology/Technician.
47.0201 – 47
Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation and Refrigeration Maintenance Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, install, service and maintain the operating condition of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Includes instruction in diagnostic techniques, the use of testing equipment and the principles of mechanics, electricity, and electronics as they relate to the repair of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
15.0501 – Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Heating and Air Conditioning Maintenance Technology/Technician (HAC), – Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Maintenance Technology/Technician (HACR), – Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Maintenance Technology/Technician (HVAC), – Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation, and Refrigeration Maintenance Technology/Technician (HVACR), – Oil Burner Mechanic, – Refrigeration Mechanic, – Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic, – Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic

47.0604 – 47
Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of automobiles. Includes instruction in brake systems, electrical systems, engine performance, engine repair, suspension and steering, automatic and manual transmissions and drive trains, and heating and air condition systems.
15.0803 – Automotive Engineering Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Automotive Service Technician, – Motor Vehicle Mechanic

47.0609 – 47
Avionics Maintenance Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of aircraft operating, control, and electronic systems. Includes instruction in flight instrumentation, aircraft communications and homing systems, radar and other sensory systems, navigation aids, and specialized systems for various types of civilian and military aircraft.
15.0801 – Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering Technology/Technician.
47.0701 – 47
Energy Systems Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair energy systems. Includes instruction in installing, maintaining and testing various types of equipment.
15.1701 – Energy Systems Technology/Technician.
47.0703 – 47
Solar Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair solar energy systems. Includes instruction in installing, maintaining and testing various types of equipment.
15.1703 – Solar Energy Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Solar Photovoltaic Installation

47.0704 – 47
Wind Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair wind energy systems. Includes instruction in installing, maintaining and testing various types of equipment.
15.1704 – Wind Energy Technology/Technician.
47.0705 – 47
Hydroelectric Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair hydroelectric energy systems. Includes instruction in installing, maintaining and testing various types of equipment.
15.1705 – Hydroelectric Energy Technology/Technician.
47.0706 – 47
Geothermal Energy System Installation and Repair Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair geothermal energy systems. Includes instruction in installing, maintaining and testing various types of equipment.
15.1706 – Geothermal Energy Technology/Technician.
47.0799 – 47
Energy Systems Maintenance and Repair Technologies/Technicians, Other.
Any instructional program in energy systems maintenance and repair technologies not listed above.
15.1799 – Energy Systems Technologies/Technicians, Other.
48.0508 – 48
Welding Technology/Welder.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to join or cut metal surfaces. Includes instruction in arc welding, resistance welding, brazing and soldering, cutting, high-energy beam welding and cutting, solid state welding, ferrous and non-ferrous materials, oxidation-reduction reactions, welding metallurgy, welding processes and heat treating, structural design, safety, and applicable codes and standards.
15.0614 – Welding Engineering Technology/Technician.
Examples: – Arc Welding, – Flux-Core Arc Welding, – Gas Metal Arc Welding, – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, – Shielded Metal Arc Welding, – Structural Steel Welding, – Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding, – Pipe Welding, – Wire Welding, – Industrial Welder, – Welder, – Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding

48.0701 – 48
Woodworking, General.
A program that generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to lay out and shape stock; assemble wooden articles or subassemblies; mark, bind, saw, carve, and sand wooden products; repair wooden articles, and use a variety of hand and power tools.
46.0201 – Carpentry/Carpenter.
48.0704 – 48
Wooden Boatbuilding Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to construct and repair traditional and modern wooden boats. Includes instruction in budgeting, drafting, fairing, lofting, joinery, planking, spars and rigging, and woodworking.
15.0806 – Marine Engineering Technology/Technician.
49.0109 – 49
Remote Aircraft Pilot.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to fly unmanned aircraft system (UAS) for commercial, professional, or personal use, and qualifies individuals to sit for the FAA Remote Pilot Certificate with small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) rating knowledge examination. Includes instruction in principles of unmanned aircraft system design and performance; aircraft flight systems and controls; airway safety and traffic regulations; and governmental rules and regulations pertaining to piloting unmanned aircraft.
36.0207 – Remote Aircraft Pilot (Personal).
Examples: – Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

49.0202 – 49
Construction/Heavy Equipment/Earthmoving Equipment Operation.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to operate and maintain a variety of heavy equipment, such as a crawler tractors, motor graders and scrapers, shovels, rigging devices, hoists, and jacks. Includes instruction in digging, ditching, sloping, stripping, grading, and backfiling, clearing and excavating.
01.0204 – Agricultural Power Machinery Operation.
49.0303 – 49
Commercial Fishing.
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to function as commercial fishermen, fishing operations supervisors or in related fishing industry operations. Includes instruction in fishing vessel operation; fishing equipment operation and maintenance; equipment repair; catch identification, sorting, and storage; safety procedures; record keeping; and applicable legal regulations.
03.0301 – Fishing and Fisheries Sciences and Management.
50.0102 – 50
Digital Arts.
A general, undifferentiated program that focuses on the use of computerized digital images as the primary medium of expression in the visual and performing arts, and that may prepare individuals for a wide variety of careers using new media, including graphic design, digital animation, motion graphics, 3D visualization, game and interactive media design, music and sound design, video production, web design, photography, and other fields.
09.0702 – Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia.
Examples: – Digital Art

50.0402 – 50
Commercial and Advertising Art.
A program in the applied visual arts that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences via illustrations and other forms of digital or printed media. Includes instruction in concept design, layout, paste-up, and techniques such as engraving, etching, silkscreen, lithography, offset, drawing and cartooning, painting, collage, and computer graphics.
09.0903 – Advertising.
Examples: – Sign Painting, – Commercial Art Painting

50.0407 – 50
Fashion/Apparel Design.
A program that prepares individuals to apply artistic principles and techniques to the professional design of commercial fashions, apparel, and accessories, and the management of fashion development projects. Includes instruction in apparel design; accessory design; the design of men’s’, women’s’, and children’s’ wear; flat pattern design; computer-assisted design and manufacturing; concept planning; designing in specific materials; labor and cost analysis; history of fashion; fabric art and printing; and the principles of management and operations in the fashion industry.
19.0902 – Apparel and Textile Manufacture.
50.0408 – 50
Interior Design.
A program in the applied visual arts that prepares individuals to apply artistic principles and techniques to the professional planning, designing, equipping, and furnishing of residential and commercial interior spaces. Includes instruction in computer applications, drafting, and graphic techniques; principles of interior lighting, acoustics, systems integration, and color coordination; furniture and furnishings; textiles and their finishing; the history of interior design and period styles; basic structural design; building codes and inspection regulations; and applications to office, hotel, factory, restaurant and housing design.
04.0501 – Interior Architecture., 19.0601 – Housing and Human Environments, General.
50.0409 – 50
Graphic Design.
A program that prepares individuals to apply artistic and computer techniques to the interpretation of technical and commercial concepts. Includes instruction in computer-assisted art and design, printmaking, concepts sketching, technical drawing, color theory, imaging, studio technique, still and life modeling, multimedia applications, communication skills and commercial art business operations.
10.0301 – Graphic Communications, General.
50.0410 – 50
Illustration.
A program that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques to develop and execute interpretations of the concepts of authors and designers to specifications. Includes instruction in book illustration, fashion illustration, map illustration, rendering, exhibit preparation, textual layout, cartooning, and the use of various artistic techniques as requested by clients.
51.2703 – Medical Illustration/Medical Illustrator.
50.0411 – 50
Game and Interactive Media Design.
A program that focuses on the design, development, and programming of interactive media entertainment, including computer and video games, virtual environments, Internet applications, and other interactive media. Includes instruction in theory of games, turn-based games, real-time games, visual and interactive design, story development, animation, simulation, and programming.
11.0804 – Modeling, Virtual Environments and Simulation., 11.0204 – Computer Game Programming.
Examples: – Game Design, – Game Development

50.0599 – 50
Dramatic/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft, Other.
Any instructional program in dramatic/theatre arts and stagecraft not listed above.
51.2315 – Drama Therapy/Therapist.
50.0605 – 50
Photography.
A program that focuses on the principles and techniques of communicating information, ideas, moods, and feelings through the creation of images on photographic film, plates, and digital images and that may prepare individuals to be professional photographic artists. Includes instruction in camera and equipment operation and maintenance, film and plate developing, light and composition, films and printing media, color and special effects, photographic art, photographic history, use of computer applications to record or enhance images and applications to the photography of various subjects.
09.0404 – Photojournalism.
50.0711 – 50
Ceramic Arts and Ceramics.
A program that prepares individuals creatively and technically to express emotions, ideas, or inner visions by producing art works out of clay and similar materials. Includes instruction in handbuilt and wheelthrown techniques; molding; slips and glazes; trimming and decorating; firing and kiln operation; oxidation; mixed media; ceramic murals; and personal style development.
14.0601 – Ceramic Sciences and Engineering.
50.0712 – 50
Fiber, Textile and Weaving Arts.
A program that prepares individuals creatively and technically to express emotions, ideas, or inner visions by constructing art works from woven or non-woven fabrics and fibrous materials. Includes instruction in weaving techniques and loom operation; non-woven techniques such as knitting, coiling, netting, and crocheting; quilting; dyeing and pigmentation; printing and other finishing techniques; pattern design; tapestry; and personal style development.
19.0902 – Apparel and Textile Manufacture.
50.0913 – 50
Music Technology.
A program that focuses on the creative aspects of the blending of music and technology; and that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the composition, recording, synthesis, and performance of music; audio-visual production; scoring for film and multimedia; and software and multimedia development. Includes instruction in music theory, music history, composition, acoustics, recording technology, computer composition, electronic music synthesis, technology-based performance, 3D sound and spatial audio, and music business and law.
10.0203 – Recording Arts Technology/Technician.
50.0917 – 50
Sound Arts.
A program that focuses on sound as a form of cultural expression, and its relationship to other disciplines such as computer programming, performance, and video. Includes instruction in acoustics; arranging, composing, and editing music; music theory; musicology; orchestration and scoring; and sound design.
10.0203 – Recording Arts Technology/Technician.
50.1002 – 50
Fine and Studio Arts Management.
A program that prepares individuals to organize and manage fine and studio art organizations, operations, and facilities. Includes instruction in business and financial management; marketing and fundraising; personnel management and labor relations; event promotion and management; public relations and arts advocacy; arts law; and applications to specific arts activities such as galleries, museums, studios, foundations, and community organizations.
30.1401 – Museology/Museum Studies.
Examples: – Visual Arts Management

51.0001 – 51
Health and Wellness, General.
A program of study that prepares individuals to assume roles as health/wellness professionals in private business and industry, community organizations, and health care settings. Includes instruction in personal health, community health and welfare, nutrition, epidemiology, disease prevention, fitness and exercise, and health behaviors.
31.0501 – Sports, Kinesiology, and Physical Education/Fitness, General.
Examples: – Health and Wellness, – Health Promotion and Wellness, – Wellness, Health Promotion and Injury Prevention

51.0203 – 51
Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist.
A program that prepares individuals to evaluate the speaking, language interpretation, and related physiological and cognitive capabilities of children and/or adults and develop treatment and rehabilitative solutions in consultation with clinicians and educators. Includes instruction in the anatomy and physiology of speech and hearing, biomechanics of swallowing and vocal articulation, communications disorders, psychology of auditory function and cognitive communication, language assessment and diagnostic techniques, and rehabilitative and management therapies.
51.0816 – Speech-Language Pathology Assistant.
Examples: – Speech Pathology, – Speech-Language Pathology

51.0204 – 51
Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist.
An integrated program that prepares individuals to work as both audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Includes instruction in a variety of communication disorder studies, audiology, speech pathology, language acquisition, and the design and implementation of comprehensive therapeutic and rehabilitative solutions to communications problems.
51.0816 – Speech-Language Pathology Assistant.
Examples: – Audiology and Speech Pathology, – Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology

51.0299 – 51
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services, Other.
Any instructional program in communications disorders sciences and services not listed above.
51.0816 – Speech-Language Pathology Assistant., 51.0918 – Hearing Instrument Specialist., 05.0211 – Deaf Studies., 16.1601 – American Sign Language (ASL).
Examples: – Child Speech-Language Disorders, – Pre-Speech Language Pathology and Audiology

51.0708 – 51
Medical Transcription/Transcriptionist.
A program that prepares individuals to execute verbatim medical conference minutes, medical reports, and medical orders. Includes instruction in dictation and simultaneous recording, analysis of notes and visual evidence, medical terminology, data processing applications and skills, formal medical report and correspondence formats, professional standards, and applicable law and regulations.
22.0303 – Court Reporting and Captioning/Court Reporter., 10.0204 – Voice Writing Technology/Technician.
51.0719 – 51
Clinical Research Coordinator.
A program that prepares individuals for careers as clinical research administrators or clinical research coordinators where they work under the supervision of a Principal Investigator to organize, coordinate and administer clinical research trials. Includes instruction in pharmacology, medical terminology, foundations of clinical research, project management, ethics, research design and data management, and legal and regulatory compliance .
51.1005 – Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist.
Examples: – Clinical Research Trial Coordination, – Clinical Trials Research, – Clinical Trials Management

51.0720 – 51
Regulatory Science/Affairs.
A program that prepares individuals to manage the regulatory process for companies innovating and developing cutting edge products in science, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and medicine. Includes instruction in regulatory affairs, clinical documentation, human and animal subject protection, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, data management and analysis, good manufacturing practices, and quality management.
52.0214 – Research Administration.
51.0802 – 51
Clinical/Medical Laboratory Assistant.
A program that prepares individuals, under the supervision of physicians or laboratory scientists or technologists, to perform waived testing procedures (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988), phlebotomy, and other duties in support of laboratory teams. Includes instruction in clinical procedures, various laboratory tests, laboratory mathematics, computer technology, equipment operation and maintenance, sterilization and safety, communications skills, and interpersonal skills.
51.1004 – Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician.
51.0810 – 51
Emergency Care Attendant (EMT Ambulance).
A program that prepares individuals to assist licensed EMTs, under the supervision of a physician, to prepare and transport ill or injured patients, and to operate emergency vehicles and equipment such as life support units. Includes instruction in first aid and emergency medicine field techniques, patient stabilization and care, medical field communications, equipment operation and maintenance, emergency vehicle operation, and applicable standards and regulations.
51.0904 – Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT Paramedic).
51.0816 – 51
Speech-Language Pathology Assistant.
A program that prepares individuals, under the supervision of speech-language pathologists, to assist in the provision of speech-language pathology services to individuals of all ages, including screenings and assessments, following treatment plans or protocols, documenting and reporting patient performance, performing checks and maintenance of equipment, and providing support in research projects. Includes instruction in speech and language development, phonetics, childhood and adult communication disorders, speech and hearing screening, and clinical procedures in speech-language pathology.
13.1012 – Education/Teaching of Individuals with Speech or Language Impairments., 51.0203 – Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist., 51.0204 – Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist.
51.0904 – 51
Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT Paramedic).
A program that prepares individuals, under the remote supervision of physicians, to recognize, assess, and manage medical emergencies in prehospital settings and to supervise Ambulance personnel. Includes instruction in basic, intermediate, and advanced EMT procedures; emergency surgical procedures; medical triage; rescue operations; crisis scene management and personnel supervision; equipment operation and maintenance; patient stabilization, monitoring, and care; drug administration; identification and preliminary diagnosis of diseases and injuries; communication and computer operations; basic anatomy, physiology, pathology, and toxicology; and professional standards and regulations.
51.0810 – Emergency Care Attendant (EMT Ambulance).
51.0909 – 51
Surgical Technology/Technologist.
A program that prepares individuals, under the supervision of physicians and surgical nurses, to maintain, monitor, and enforce the sterile field and adherence to aseptic technique by preoperative, surgical team, and postoperative personnel. Includes instruction in instrument and equipment sterilization and handling, surgical supplies management, wound exposure and closure, surgical computer and robot operation and monitoring, maintenance of hemostasis, and patient and team scrubbing.
51.1012 – Sterile Processing Technology/Technician.
51.0913 – 51
Athletic Training/Trainer.
A program that prepares individuals to work in consultation with, and under the supervision of physicians to prevent and treat sports injuries and associated conditions. Includes instruction in the identification, evaluation, and treatment of athletic injuries and illnesses; first aid and emergency care; therapeutic exercise; anatomy and physiology; exercise physiology; kinesiology and biomechanics; nutrition; sports psychology; personal and community health; knowledge of various sports and their biomechanical and physiological demands; and applicable professional standards and regulations.
26.0908 – Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology., 31.0505 – Exercise Science and Kinesiology., 31.0507 – Physical Fitness Technician.
51.0914 – 51
Gene/Genetic Therapy.
A program that focuses on the application of genetics to the therapeutic treatment of diseases and inherited abnormalities through the targeted modification of gene expression, and prepares individuals to administer genetic therapies. Includes instruction in medical genetics, genome analysis, pharmacology of gene transfer, viral vectors, nonviral therapeutic techniques, genetic screening, targeted gene delivery, vector production, safety and quality assurance, clinical trials management, and bioethics.
51.1509 – Genetic Counseling/Counselor., 26.0806 – Human/Medical Genetics.
51.1004 – 51
Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician.
A program that prepares individuals, under the supervision of clinical laboratory scientists/medical technologists, to perform routine medical laboratory procedures and tests and to apply preset strategies to record and analyze data. Includes instruction in general laboratory procedures and skills; laboratory mathematics; medical computer applications; interpersonal and communications skills; and the basic principles of hematology, medical microbiology, immunohematology, immunology, clinical chemistry, and urinalysis.
41.0101 – Biology/Biotechnology Technology/Technician., 51.0802 – Clinical/Medical Laboratory Assistant.
51.1005 – 51
Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist.
A program that prepares individuals to conduct and supervise complex medical tests, clinical trials, and research experiments; manage clinical laboratories; and consult with physicians and clinical researchers on diagnoses, disease causation and spread, and research outcomes. Includes instruction in the theory and practice of hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, immunology, immunohematology, physiological relationships to test results, laboratory procedures and quality assurance controls, test and research design and implementation, analytic techniques, laboratory management, data development and reporting, medical informatics, and professional standards and regulations.
51.0719 – Clinical Research Coordinator.
51.1010 – 51
Cytogenetics/Genetics/Clinical Genetics Technology/Technologist.
A program that prepares individuals to perform analyses of the human genome and chromosomes for the research and diagnosis of genetic diseases and defects, in preparation for organ transplants, and in support of treatments for cancers and leukemias. Includes instruction in chromosome analysis, fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH), molecular genetic techniques, cytotechnology, and photomicrography.
26.0806 – Human/Medical Genetics.
51.1012 – 51
Sterile Processing Technology/Technician.
A program that prepares individuals to clean, sterilize, and assemble surgical instruments, equipment, and supplies for use in operating rooms and other medical and surgical facilities. Includes instruction in sterilization; infection control; decontamination; and surgical instrumentation processing, distribution, and record-keeping.
51.0909 – Surgical Technology/Technologist.
51.1199 – 51
Health/Medical Preparatory Programs, Other.
Any instructional program in health and medical professional preparation not listed above.
01.1302 – Pre-Veterinary Studies.
51.1403 – 51
Pain Management.
A post-residency program of study that prepares physicians in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of acute and chronic pain. Includes instruction in anesthesiology, pain assessment, pain classification and diagnosis, pain neuroscience, palliative and end-of-life care, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatry of pain, pain pharmacology, public policy, and legal issues of pain management.
61.0210 – Pain Medicine Fellowship Program.
51.1503 – 51
Clinical/Medical Social Work.
A program that prepares individuals for the specialized professional practice of social work, in collaboration with other health care professionals, in hospitals and other health care facilities and organizations. Includes instruction in social work, psychiatric case work, clinical interviewing techniques, therapeutic intervention strategies, patient testing and evaluation, patient and family counseling, social rehabilitation, patient care planning, record-keeping, and support services liaison.
44.0701 – Social Work.
51.1505 – 51
Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling.
A program that prepares individuals for the independent professional practice of marriage and family therapy, involving the diagnosis of cognitive, affective, and behavioral domain disorders, both mental and emotional, within the context of marriage and family systems and the application of short- and long-term therapeutic strategies in family group contexts. Includes instruction in psychotherapy, family systems and studies, small group intervention and therapy, marital problems, depression, identification of psychopathologies and behavioral disorders, holistic health care, practice management, applicable regulations, and professional standards and ethics.
42.2811 – Family Psychology., 19.0704 – Family Systems.
51.1506 – 51
Clinical Pastoral Counseling/Patient Counseling.
A program that prepares individuals, including but not limited to, ordained clergy and other counseling professionals to respond to the emotional and/or spiritual needs of patients and families in health care emergencies and other situations, and to consult with and counsel other health care professionals. Includes instruction in advanced interpersonal communication; individual and small group counseling; interdisciplinary teamwork; crisis management; extended care relationships; self-analysis; medical ethics; pastoral care art; spiritual dimensions of human growth and health; counseling psychology and therapy; and applications to grief, death, emotional collapse, injury, individual/family adjustment, and chronic illness situations.
39.0701 – Pastoral Studies/Counseling.
51.1508 – 51
Mental Health Counseling/Counselor.
A program that prepares individuals to provide evaluations, referrals, and short-term counseling services to help people prevent or remediate personal problems, conflicts, and emotional crises. Includes instruction in human development, psychopathology, individual and group counseling, personality theory, career assessment, patient screening and referral, observation and testing techniques, interviewing skills, professional standards and ethics, and applicable laws and regulations.
42.2803 – Counseling Psychology.
51.1509 – 51
Genetic Counseling/Counselor.
A program that prepares individuals to counsel patients and families concerning inherited genetic disorders and diseases; assess risk factors and planning options associated with potential and actual inherited conditions; and serve as patient advocates and provide referral services in relation to private and public support services. Includes instruction in clinical/medical genetics, methods of genetic testing, interviewing and counseling skills, genetic and support services delivery, principles of public health, medical ethics, law and regulations, patient advocacy, and professional standards.
51.0914 – Gene/Genetic Therapy., 26.0806 – Human/Medical Genetics.
51.2003 – 51
Pharmaceutics and Drug Design.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the formulation of medicinal substances into product vehicles capable of being stored, transported, and then introduced into the patient and behaving in ways optimal to therapeutic interaction. Includes instruction in statistics, biopharmaceutics, drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, physical pharmacy, pharmacological analysis, drug design and development, pharmacological biotechnology, chemical separations, spectroscopy, drug-host interactions, immunology, quantitative drug measurement, enzymatic transformations, and metabolic excretion.
26.1001 – Pharmacology.
Examples: – Pharmaceutics and Drug Design (MS), – Pharmaceutics and Drug Design (PhD)

51.2010 – 51
Pharmaceutical Sciences.
A program that focuses on the basic sciences that underlie drugs and drug therapy and that prepares individuals for further study and/or careers in pharmaceutical science and research, pharmaceutical administration and sales, biotechnology, drug manufacturing, regulatory affairs, and related fields. Includes instruction in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, statistics, pharmaceutics, pharmacology and toxicology, dosage formulation, manufacturing, quality assurance, and regulations.
26.1001 – Pharmacology.
51.2201 – 51
Public Health, General.
A program that generally prepares individuals to plan, manage, and evaluate public health care services; to function as public health professionals in public agencies, the private sector, and other settings; and to provide leadership in the field of public health. Includes instruction in epidemiology, biostatistics, public health principles, preventive medicine, health policy and regulations, health care services and related administrative functions, public health law enforcement, health economics and budgeting, public communications, and professional standards and ethics.
26.1309 – Epidemiology., 44.0503 – Health Policy Analysis.
Examples: – Public Health, General (MPH), – Public Health, General (DPH)

51.2205 – 51
Health/Medical Physics.
A program that focuses on the application of physics, nuclear science, and engineering physics to diagnostic, treatment, and therapeutic processes and public health protection. Includes instruction in radiation biophysics, biophysics, health effects of natural and artificially induced radiation, hazard evaluation, environmental radioactivity, nuclear physics, engineering physics, radiobiology, medical radiology, calibration and dosage theory, computer applications and medical informatics, and specific research problems.
26.0203 – Biophysics.
Examples: – Biomedical Physics

51.2210 – 51
International Public Health/International Health.
A program that focuses on the application of public health specializations, the social and behavioral sciences, and policy and communications methods to the study of health problems in low- and middle-income countries and regions, and prepares individuals to function as professional international health specialists. Includes instruction in health education and promotion, research design and evaluation, infectious disease epidemiology, international health policy and management, public nutrition and food security, information systems, program evaluation, medical anthropology, international communication, behavioral sciences, maternal and child health, demography and population policy, and health care finance and economics.
26.0509 – Infectious Disease and Global Health.
Examples: – Global Health

51.2299 – 51
Public Health, Other.
Any instructional program in public health not listed above.
51.0504 – Dental Public Health and Education., 26.1309 – Epidemiology., 44.0503 – Health Policy Analysis.
51.2302 – 51
Dance Therapy/Therapist.
A program that prepares individuals, in consultation with other rehabilitation team members or in private practice, to use the therapeutic application of creative dance movement to assist in promoting client rehabilitation and physical, emotional, and mental health. Includes instruction in neuroanatomy, personality development, movement and motor behavior, psychology, dance, creative expression modalities, improvisation, group psychology and leadership, client evaluation and supervision, dance therapy practice, and professional standards and ethics.
51.3601 – Movement Therapy and Movement Education.
51.2311 – 51
Kinesiotherapy/Kinesiotherapist.
A program that prepares individuals, under the direction of physicians, to treat the effects of disease, injury, and congenital disorders through therapeutic exercise and education. Includes instruction in human anatomy, human physiology, kinesiology, biomechanics, therapeutic exercise and adapted physical education, human growth and development, motor learning and performance, testing and measurement, first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, psychology, rehabilitation procedures, patient assessment and management, and professional standards and ethics.
31.0505 – Exercise Science and Kinesiology.
51.2315 – 51
Drama Therapy/Therapist.
A program that prepares individuals, in association with a rehabilitation team or in private practice, to use dramatic play, theater, role play, psychodrama, and dramatic ritual in therapeutic relationships to address the physical, psychological, cognitive, emotional, and social needs of clients. Includes instruction in drama theory and performance, human growth and development, biomedical sciences, abnormal psychology, disabling conditions, patient assessment and diagnosis, treatment plan development and implementation, clinical evaluation, record-keeping, and professional standards and ethics.
50.0599 – Dramatic/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft, Other.
51.2706 – 51
Medical Informatics.
A program that focuses on the application of computer science and software engineering to medical research and clinical information technology support, and the development of advanced imaging, database, and decision systems. Includes instruction in computer science, health information systems architecture, medical knowledge structures, medical language and image processing, quantitative medical decision modeling, imaging techniques, electronic medical records, medical research systems, clinical decision support, and informatics aspects of specific research and practice problems.
26.1103 – Bioinformatics., 11.0104 – Informatics.
Examples: – Biomedical Informatics, – Health Informatics, – Dental Informatics, – Nursing Informatics

51.3102 – 51
Clinical Nutrition/Nutritionist.
A program that prepares individuals to apply the principles of dietetics and the biomedical and nutrition sciences to design and manage effective nutrition programs as part of clinical treatment and therapy programs, and to manage health care facility food services. Includes instruction in human nutrition, nutrient metabolism, the role of foods and nutrition in health promotion and disease prevention, nutrition as a treatment regime, planning and directing hospital food service programs, diet and nutrition analysis and planning, supervision of food storage and preparation, special diets, client education, and professional standards and regulations.
19.0504 – Human Nutrition., 30.1901 – Nutrition Sciences.
51.3201 – 51
Bioethics/Medical Ethics.
A program that focuses on the application of ethics, religion, jurisprudence, and the social sciences to the analysis of health care issues, clinical decision making, and research procedures. Includes instruction in philosophical ethics, moral value, medical sociology, theology, spirituality and health, policy analysis, decision theory, and applications to problems such as death and dying, therapeutic relationships, organ transplantation, human and animal subjects, reproduction and fertility, health care justice, cultural sensitivity, needs assessment, professionalism, conflict of interest, chaplaincy, and clinical or emergency procedures.
38.0104 – Applied and Professional Ethics.
51.3202 – 51
Health Professions Education.
A program that focuses on education and administration leadership skills for clinical educators across health professions and specialties. Includes instruction in academic leadership, assessment, clinical decision making, curriculum development, ethics, primary care education, program evaluation, research methods, and statistics.
61.0207 – Medical Education Fellowship Program.
Examples: – Teaching Certificate for Pharmacists, – Medical Education Teaching

51.3205 – 51
History of Medicine.
A program that focuses on the historical evolution and socio-economic context of medical theories, education, practices, and technologies; and on the history of diseases, therapeutics, patients, and healers. Includes instruction in the concepts and methods of the historiography of medicine; the history of science, medicine, and technology; and of research methods in the history of medicine.
54.0104 – History and Philosophy of Science and Technology., 30.1501 – Science, Technology and Society.
51.3299 – 51
Health Professions Education, Ethics, and Humanities, Other.
Any instructional program in health professions education, ethics, and humanities not listed above.
54.0104 – History and Philosophy of Science and Technology., 30.1501 – Science, Technology and Society., 45.0203 – Medical Anthropology.
51.3601 – 51
Movement Therapy and Movement Education.
A program that prepares individuals to use functional and expressive integration strategies to help promote somatic awareness and optimal psychophysical functioning. Includes instruction in skilled touch techniques, kinesthetic awareness processes, movement observation, patterning, client assessment and guidance, verbal and nonverbal communication, practice management, professional standards and ethics, and specific therapeutic and educational modalities
51.2302 – Dance Therapy/Therapist.
52.0204 – 52
Office Management and Supervision.
A program that prepares individuals to supervise and manage the operations and personnel of business offices and management-level divisions. Includes instruction in employee supervision, management, and labor relations; budgeting; scheduling and coordination; office systems operation and maintenance; office records management, organization, and security; office facilities design and space management; preparation and evaluation of business management data; and public relations.
51.0705 – Medical Office Management/Administration.
52.0206 – 52
Non-Profit/Public/Organizational Management.
A program that prepares individuals to manage the business affairs of non-profit corporations, including foundations, educational institutions, associations, and other such organizations, and public agencies and governmental operations. Includes instruction in business management, principles of public administration, principles of accounting and financial management, human resources management, taxation of non-profit organizations, and business law as applied to non-profit organizations.
39.0801 – Religious Institution Administration and Management.
52.0209 – 52
Transportation/Mobility Management.
A program that focuses on the theory, policy, law, and practices required to administrate and operate public transportation facilities, networks, services, and systems. Includes instruction in demand analysis and forecasting, environmental planning, facilities design and construction, geographic information systems (GIS), logistics, multi- and intermodal transportation systems, project management, public administration, public policy, transportation economics, transportation law, transportation operations, transportation systems, and transportation technologies.
44.0403 – Transportation and Infrastructure Planning/Studies.
Examples: – Mobility Management, – Air Mobility, – Sea Mobility, – Freight Forwarding, – Customs Broker, – Transportation Administration and Management

52.0211 – 52
Project Management.
A program that prepares individuals to apply quantitative and qualitative knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to manage projects in a wide range of fields and occupations. Includes instruction in project planning, risk management, cost and time management, contracts and procurement, accounting, statistics, decision making, and human resources.
11.1005 – Information Technology Project Management.
52.0214 – 52
Research Administration.
A program designed to prepare formally trained, advanced-level personnel for research administration leadership positions at colleges and universities, government agencies, hospitals, nonprofit agencies, and in industry. Includes instruction in bioethics, biostatistics, ethical, legal and regulatory consideration in clinical investigation, financial analysis, grant writing, managing and monitoring clinical trials, project management, strategic planning, and team building.
51.0720 – Regulatory Science/Affairs.
52.0299 – 52
Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other.
Any instructional program in business and administration not listed above.
51.0701 – Health/Health Care Administration/Management., 51.0702 – Hospital and Health Care Facilities Administration/Management.
52.0304 – 52
Accounting and Finance.
An integrated or combined program in accounting and finance that prepares individuals to function as accountants and financial managers or analysts.
52.0301 – Accounting., 52.0801 – Finance, General.
52.0305 – 52
Accounting and Business/Management.
An integrated or combined program in accounting and business administration/management that prepares individuals to function as accountants and business managers.
52.0201 – Business Administration and Management, General., 52.0301 – Accounting.
52.0401 – 52
Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science, General.
A program that generally prepares individuals to perform the duties of administrative assistants and/or secretaries and stenographers. Includes instruction in business communications, principles of business law, word processing and data entry, office machines operation and maintenance, office procedures, public relations, secretarial accounting, filing systems and records management, and report preparation.
22.0301 – Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary., 51.0716 – Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary.
52.0402 – 52
Executive Assistant/Executive Secretary.
A program that prepares individuals to perform the duties of special assistants and/or personal secretaries for business executives and top management. Includes instruction in business communications, principles of business law, public relations, scheduling and travel management, secretarial accounting, filing systems and records management, conference and meeting recording, report preparation, office equipment and procedures, office supervisory skills, and professional standards and legal requirements.
51.0716 – Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary.
52.0406 – 52
Receptionist.
A program that prepares individuals to perform frontline public relations duties for a business, organization, or answering service. Includes instruction in telephone answering techniques, responding to information requests, keeping caller and/or visitor records, placing business calls, operating telephone switchboards and/or other communications equipment, relaying incoming and interoffice calls, schedule maintenance, and public relations skills.
51.0712 – Medical Reception/Receptionist., 01.8203 – Veterinary Reception/Receptionist.
52.0704 – 52
Social Entrepreneurship.
A program that focuses on blending entrepreneurial ideas and management skills for issue advocacy and social change. Includes instruction in philanthropy, business modeling, design, entrepreneurship, finance, investing, resource management, project management, prototype development, and marketing.
13.0413 – Education Entrepreneurship.
52.0804 – 52
Financial Planning and Services.
A program that prepares individuals to plan and manage the financial interests and growth of individuals and institutions. Includes instruction in portfolio management, investment management, estate planning, insurance, tax planning, strategic investing and planning, financial consulting services, and client relations.
19.0401 – Family Resource Management Studies, General.
52.0806 – 52
International Finance.
A program that prepares individuals to manage international financial operations and related currency transactions. Includes instruction in international banking, international monetary and financial policy, money and capital markets, foreign exchange, risk analysis, and international cash flow operations.
45.0605 – International Economics.
52.0903 – 52
Tourism and Travel Services Management.
A program that prepares individuals to manage travel-related enterprises and related convention and/or tour services. Includes instruction in travel agency management, tour arranging and planning, convention and event planning, travel industry operations and procedures, tourism marketing and promotion strategies, travel counseling, travel industry law, international and domestic operations, and travel and tourism policy.
03.0207 – Environmental/Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism.
52.0905 – 52
Restaurant/Food Services Management.
A program that prepares individuals to plan, manage, and market restaurants, food services in hospitality establishments, food service chains and franchise networks, and restaurant supply operations. Includes instruction in hospitality administration, food services management, wholesale logistics and distribution, franchise operations, business networking, personnel management, culinary arts, business planning and capitalization, food industry operations, marketing and retailing, business law and regulations, finance, and professional standards and ethics.
12.0504 – Restaurant, Culinary, and Catering Management/Manager., 19.0505 – Foodservice Systems Administration/Management.
52.0907 – 52
Meeting and Event Planning.
A program that prepares individuals to plan, budget, and implement conferences, meetings, and other special events in the public or private sectors. Includes instruction in principles of meeting and event planning; special event management; budgets and finance; site selection; contracts, vendors, and negotiations; marketing and promotions; food and beverage management; audio-visual basics and meeting technology; and hospitality law.
19.0604 – Facilities Planning and Management.
Examples: – Conference Management, – Conference Planning, – Wedding Planning

52.0908 – 52
Casino Management.
A program that prepares individuals to manage casinos and gaming establishments. Includes instruction in business and financial management; casino operations; casino security and surveillance; hospitality, facilities, and personnel management; and principles of the gaming industry, ethics, and gaming law.
12.0601 – Casino Operations and Services, General.
Examples: – Casino Management, – Gaming and Casino Management, – Hospitality and Casino Management

52.0909 – 52
Hotel, Motel, and Restaurant Management.
An instructional program that prepares individuals to manage operations and facilities that provide food and/or lodging services to the traveling public. Includes instruction in hospitality industry principles; supplies purchasing, storage, and control; hotel and restaurant facilities design and planning; hospitality industry law; personnel management and labor relations; financial management; facilities management; marketing and sale promotion strategies; convention and event management; front desk operations; and applications to specific types of hotel, motel, and/or restaurant operations. Note: this program was re-instated after being deleted from CIP 2000; previously, it was coded as 52.0902.
52.0904 – Hotel/Motel Administration/Management., 52.0905 – Restaurant/Food Services Management.
52.0910 – 52
Brewery/Brewpub Operations/Management.
A program that prepares individuals to plan, manage, and market breweries and brewpubs. Includes instruction in brewing science, food services management, logistics and distribution, business networking, personnel management, business planning and capitalization, brewing industry operations, marketing, alcohol and liquor law and regulations, finance, and ethics.
01.1003 – Brewing Science., 01.1005 – Zymology/Fermentation Science.
52.1003 – 52
Organizational Behavior Studies.
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the behavior and motivations of individuals functioning in organized groups, and its application to business and industrial settings. Includes instruction in organization theory, industrial and organizational psychology, social psychology, sociology of organizations, reinforcement and incentive theory, employee relations strategies, organizational power and influence, organization stratification and hierarchy, leadership styles, and applications of operations research and other methodologies to organizational analysis.
42.2804 – Industrial and Organizational Psychology., 09.0901 – Organizational Communication, General.
52.1101 – 52
International Business/Trade/Commerce.
A program that prepares individuals to manage international businesses and/or business operations. Includes instruction in the principles and processes of export sales, trade controls, foreign operations and related problems, monetary issues, international business policy, and applications to doing business in specific countries and markets.
45.0605 – International Economics.
Examples: – Global Business, – Global Commerce, – Global Management

52.1201 – 52
Management Information Systems, General.
A program that generally prepares individuals to provide and manage data systems and related facilities for processing and retrieving internal business information; select systems and train personnel; and respond to external data requests. Includes instruction in cost and accounting information systems, management control systems, personnel information systems, data storage and security, business systems networking, report preparation, computer facilities and equipment operation and maintenance, operator supervision and training, and management information systems policy and planning.
11.0401 – Information Science/Studies.
52.1302 – 52
Business Statistics.
A program that focuses on the application of mathematical statistics to the description, analysis, and forecasting of business data. Includes instruction in statistical theory and methods, computer applications, data analysis and display, long- and short-term forecasting methods, and market performance analysis.
27.0501 – Statistics, General., 30.7102 – Business Analytics.
52.1403 – 52
International Marketing.
A program that prepares individuals to perform marketing activities in enterprises primarily engaged in exporting or importing goods and services in world markets. Includes instruction in international trade controls, foreign trade operations, locating markets, negotiation practices, monetary issues, and international public relations.
45.0605 – International Economics.
52.1499 – 52
Marketing, Other.
Any instructional program in general marketing and marketing research not listed above.
51.2011 – Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management.
52.1501 – 52
Real Estate.
A program that prepares individuals to develop, buy, sell, appraise, and manage real estate. Includes instruction in land use development policy, real estate law, real estate marketing procedures, agency management, brokerage, property inspection and appraisal, real estate investing, leased and rental properties, commercial real estate, and property management.
04.1001 – Real Estate Development.
Examples: – Property Management

52.1902 – 52
Fashion Merchandising.
A program that prepares individuals to promote product lines/brands, and organize promotional campaigns, at the wholesale level to attract retailer interest, wholesale purchasing, and supply contracts. Includes instruction in wholesaling, wholesale advertising, selling, and customer relations.
19.0905 – Apparel and Textile Marketing Management.
52.2001 – 52
Construction Management, General.
A program that prepares individuals to manage, coordinate, and supervise the construction process. Includes instruction in commercial, residential, mechanical, highway/heavy civil, electrical, environmental, industrial, and specialty construction; facilities management; budgeting and cost control; logistics and materials management; organization and scheduling; personnel management and labor relations; site safety; construction contracting; construction processes and techniques; and applicable codes and regulations.
46.0412 – Building/Construction Site Management/Manager.
54.0101 – 54
History, General.
A program that focuses on the general study and interpretation of the past, including the gathering, recording, synthesizing and criticizing of evidence and theories about past events. Includes instruction in historiography; historical research methods; studies of specific periods, issues and cultures; and applications to areas such as historic preservation, public policy, and records administration.
30.4501 – History and Language/Literature., 30.4601 – History and Political Science.
54.0103 – 54
European History.
A program that focuses on the development of European society, culture, and institutions from the origins to the present. Includes instruction in European historiography, European history sources and materials, historical research methods, and applications to the study of specific themes, issues, periods, and institutions.
30.1301 – Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
54.0104 – 54
History and Philosophy of Science and Technology.
A program that focuses on the historical evolution of scientific theories, science applications and technologies, and the scientific, medical, and technological disciplines, as well as the philosophy of science and its historical socio-economic context. Includes instruction in the concepts and methods of philosophical inquiry; historiography of science; history of science, medicine, and technology; and research methods in the history of the scientific and engineering disciplines, including mathematics.
30.1501 – Science, Technology and Society., 51.3205 – History of Medicine.
54.0105 – 54
Public/Applied History.
A program that focuses on the application of history and administrative skills to the recording of public events and the management of related historical resources. Includes instruction in historical research methods, the planning and administration of public history projects, and applications to specific problems in public organizations, government agencies, foundations, and other facilities.
30.1202 – Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis., 25.0103 – Archives/Archival Administration.
54.0199 – 54
History, Other.
Any instructional program in history not listed above.
30.4501 – History and Language/Literature., 30.4601 – History and Political Science.
61.0207 – 61
Medical Education Fellowship Program.
A fellowship training program that prepares physicians to teach deliver, design, and evaluate courses and curricula for medical students, residents, and faculty. Requires prior completion of an accredited medical residency program. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
51.3202 – Health Professions Education.
61.0210 – 61
Pain Medicine Fellowship Program.
A fellowship training program that prepares physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of the entire range of painful disorders, either as a primary physician or consultant, for patients experiencing problems with acute, chronic, and/or cancer pain in both hospital and ambulatory settings. Requires prior completion of a residency program in anesthesiology, neurology, child neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, or psychiatry. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
51.1403 – Pain Management.

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