Courses that prepare individuals to analyze, manage, and deliver public programs and services.
Programs that prepare medical doctors (MD), osteopaths (DO), dentists (DDS, DMD), veterinarians (DVM), and podiatrists (DPM) for certification as practitioners of recognized specialties in their respective professions. These programs are approved and accredited by designated professional associations and require from one to five years to complete, depending on the program. Residency programs that also result in an academic degree completion, such as an MS or PhD, should be reported under one of the clinical sciences codes located in Series 26, 51.05, or 51.25, rather than in a residency code located in Series 60. These CIP codes are not valid for IPEDS reporting.
Courses that prepare individuals to apply scientific principles and technical skills in support of scientific research and development.
Courses that focus on the systematic study of social systems, social institutions, and social behavior.
Courses that focus on the intramural study of theology and that prepare individuals for the professional practice of religious vocations.
Courses that prepare individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to perform tasks and services that facilitate the movement of people or materials.
Courses that focus on the creation and interpretation of works and performances that use auditory, kinesthetic, and visual phenomena to express ideas and emotions in various forms, subject to aesthetic criteria.