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Subjects
Subjects of Instruction
Course Classification Guide
Annotation or definition.
Alphabetical list of subjects
Course Classification Guide
Science
Subject Categories

Annotation or definition.
Should you first select a specific profession or subject of instruction after high school?
You should first select a profession you would like to develop skills for.

Once you select a specific profession, then select study subjects of instruction relevant to it.

What product or service would you like to enhance?
What skills and knowledge would you like to learn?

In some regions, subjects of instruction are called academics programs of study.
Subjects of instruction are also called courses of instruction.

What subjects of instruction are prerequisite for every profession?
English, math, science, and social studies.

What is a subject or subject of instruction?
A course or area of study.
A subject in context of the course or area of study can be a big entity; within that entity are various other entities.

A subject is also called a subject of instruction.

Subjects of Instruction.

The English language is her favorite subject.
Subject also has other meanings.

How is the word subject used in sentences?
What subjects do you study?

English, math, science, and social studies.

What are the most important and essential subjects of instruction?
English.
Math.
Science.
Social studies.

What questions should you answer while studying any specific subject?
For what profession will this subject be useful?
For what profession in the list of professions will this subject be useful?
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/professionsworld.html

What subjects of study are available that are not recommended?

Languages that do not have a dictionary with translation to English.
Commerce (study economy and budget, human rights).
Drama.

Subjects
Subjects of Instruction
Alphabetical list of subjects

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z
A
What are examples of various subjects of instruction?
  1. Aerospace

  2. Astronomy

  3. Advertising

  4. Aluminum

  5. Agriculture

  6. Agriculture and Food Sciences

  7. Automotive

  8. Academic Calendar

  9. Accounting

  10. Advanced Police Training

  11. Administrative Services

  12. Aerospace Studies

  13. African American Studies

  14. African Studies

  15. American Studies

  16. Anthropology

  17. Anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of human beings.

  18. Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (AMO)

  19. Arts

  20. Applied science

  21. Applied Mathematics

  22. Applied Physics

  23. Arabic (See under Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)

  24. Archaeological Studies

  25. Architecture

  26. Astronomy

  27. B
  28. Biology

  29. Biochemistry

  30. Biomedical Engineering

  31. Botany

  32. C
  33. Chemistry

  34. Chemical Engineering

  35. Classical Studies

  36. Computer Applications Courses

  37. Cognitive Science

  38. Community Health and Epidemiology

  39. Computing

  40. Creative Writing

  41. Child Study Center

  42. Classics

  43. College Seminars in the Residential Colleges

  44. Comparative Literature

  45. Computer Science

  46. Computer Science and Mathematics

  47. Computer Science and Psychology

  48. Computing and the Arts

  49. Culture, Ethnicity, Race, Religion, Spirituality, and Human Rights

  50. D
  51. Directed Studies

  52. E
  53. East Asian Languages and Literatures

  54. East Asian Studies

  55. English Language and Literature

  56. Environmental Studies

  57. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  58. Economy and Budget

  59. Economics and Mathematics

  60. Education Studies

  61. Electronics

  62. Electrical Engineering

  63. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Engineering

  64. English Language

  65. English for Specific Purposes

  66. Engineering Studies

  67. Engineering and Applied Science

  68. English Language and Literature Environment

  69. Environmental Engineering

  70. Environmental Studies

  71. Ethics, Politics, and Economics

  72. Ethnicity, Race, and Migration

  73. F
  74. Film Studies

  75. Fine Art

  76. Forensics

  77. Freshman Seminar Program

  78. G
  79. Geology and Geophysics

  80. Geographic Information Science

  81. Geography

  82. Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering

  83. Global Development Studies

  84. Global Affairs

  85. Global Health Studies

  86. H
  87. Health Care

  88. Health Studies

  89. History

  90. History of Art

  91. History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health

  92. Humanities

  93. Human Development

  94. Human behavior
      What is Human Behavior?
      Computers in Human Behavior

  95. Human Nutrition

  96. Human Subjects

  97. Home science

  98. I
  99. Industry Specific

  100. Interdisciplinary Studies

  101. International Studies

  102. J
  103. Justice

  104. K
  105. Kinesiology

  106. L
  107. Latin (See under Classics)

  108. Latin American Studies

  109. Linguistics

  110. Literature

  111. Life Sciences

  112. M
  113. Management Sciences (See under Operations Research)

  114. Mathematics

  115. Mathematics (Arts and Science)

  116. Mathematics (Applied Science)

  117. Medieval Studies

  118. Microbiology and Immunology

  119. Mathematics and Philosophy

  120. Mathematics and Physics

  121. MBA Program

  122. Mechanical Engineering

  123. Media

  124. Medical biochemistry

  125. Military Science

  126. Materials

  127. Modern Middle East Studies

  128. Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry

  129. Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

  130. Music

  131. N
  132. Naval Science

  133. O
  134. Operations Research

  135. P
  136. Pathology and Molecular Medicine

  137. Pharmacology and Toxicology

  138. Philosophy

  139. Physical education

  140. Physical and Health Eduction

  141. Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy

  142. Physiology

  143. Place

  144. Political Studies

  145. Psychology

  146. Perspectives on Science and Engineering (See under Science)

  147. Photography

  148. Philosophy

  149. Physics

  150. Physics and Philosophy

  151. Political Science

  152. Psychology

  153. Public Health

  154. Public Administration

  155. R
  156. Religious Studies

  157. S
  158. Social Studies

  159. Sociology

  160. Stage and Screen Studies

  161. Statistics (Arts and Science)

  162. Statistics (Applied Science)

  163. South Asian Studies

  164. Southeast Asia Studies

  165. Statistics

  166. Science

  167. Social Studies

  168. T
  169. Theology

  170. U
  171. Urban Studies

  172. V
    W
  173. Women's health

  174. Weather

  175. Women's Studies

  176. Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

  177. Writing in the English language

  178. Y
  179. Yorb (See under African Studies)

  180. Z
  181. Zoology
Course Classification Guide


Biology (BIOL)

Anatomy
Biology
Biophysics
Biotechnology
Botany
Cell Biology
Ecology
Entomology
Genetics
Histology
Immunology
Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Neuroscience
Physiology
Zoology

Chemistry (CHEM)

Biochemistry
Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Thermodynamics

Physics (PHYS)

Astronomy
Physics

Mathematics (MATH)

Applied Mathematics
Biostatistics
Mathematics
Statistics

Behavioral & Social Sciences (BESS)

Anthropology
Economics
Family Studies
Psychology
Sociology

Business (BUSI)

Accounting
Human Resources Studies
Organizational Studies

Communications (COMM)

Journalism
Media Production & Studies
TV, Video & Audio

Computer Science & Technology (COMP)

Computer Science
Computer Engineering
Information Systems
Telecommunications

Education (EDUC)

Counseling & Personnel Services
Curriculum & Instruction
Educational Administration
Health Education
Human Development
Physical Education (Except for sports courses.)
Special Education

Engineering (ENGI)

Aerospace Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Nuclear Engineering

English Language & Literature (ENGL)


Creative Writing
Literature

Fine Arts (ARTS)

Art
Art History
Dance
Fine Arts
Music
Photography
Theatre

Foreign Languages, Linguistics, & Literature (FLAN)

American Sign Language
Comparative Literature
Foreign Language(s) & Literature
Linguistics

Government, Political Science, & Law (GOVT)

Criminology & Criminal Justice
Government
International Relations & Studies
Law/Legal Studies
Political Science
Public Affairs
Planning

Health Sciences (HEAL)

Allied Health
Chiropractic
Dentistry
Hearing & Speech Studies
Hospital Administration
Kinesiology
Nursing
Nutrition
Occupational Therapy
Optometry
Osteopathy
Physical Therapy
Physician Assistant
Public Health
Pharmacology & Pharmacy
Sports Medicine
Veterinary Medicine

History (HIST)

History

Natural & Physical Sciences (NPSC)

Agriculture
Animal & Avian Sciences
Environmental Science
Forestry
Geography
Geology
Horticulture
Landscape Architecture
Meteorology
Natural Resources
Oceanography

Other (OTHR)

(All courses that do not fit appropriately in another classification.)
Architecture
Library Science
Military Science
Sports (tennis, golf, aerobics, etc.)

Philosophy & Religion (PHIL)

Ethics
Logic
Philosophy
Religion
Theology

Special Studies (SSTU)

Afro-American Studies
American Studies
Gender Studies
Group size: Maximum ______
Course level: Basic
Intermediate
Advanced
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What's your English level?
Do you know your English skill level?
Which is the right course to begin with?

Level 1 - Beginner Low
Level 2 - Beginner
Level 3 - Beginner High
Level 4 - Intermediate Low
Level 5 - Intermediate
Level 6 - Intermediate High
Level 7 - Advanced Low
Level 8 - Advanced
Level 9 - Advanced High
Remuneration(Fees):
Participants age: Minimum age: 25
Average age: 39
Course length: 1 week course
Fixed start dates
Hours per week:Internet or 30 hours per week (30 x 60 minutes) 09.00 - 17.00 Monday - Friday
Guest speaker: One guest speaker per course
Location:
Subject Categories
Arts & Humanities
    Archaeology
    Architecture
    Art & Design
    English Language & Literature
    History
    Linguistics
    Modern Languages
    Performing Arts
    Philosophy
Engineering & Technology
    Chemical Engineering
    CiviI & Structural Engineering
    Computer Science
    Electrical Engineering
    Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
    Mineral & Mining Engineering
Life Sciences & Medicine
    Agriculture & Forestry
    Biological Sciences
    Dentistry
    Medicine
    Nursing
    Pharmacy & Pharmacology
    Psychology
    Veterinary Science
Natural Sciences
    Physics & Astronomy
    Mathematics
    Environmental Sciences
    Earth & Marine Sciences
    Chemistry
    Materials Sciences
    Geography
Social Sciences & Management
    Accounting
    Anthropology
    Business & Management
    Sociology
    Communication
    Politics
    Education
    Development Studies
    Statistics
    Economics
    Law
    Social _______


Subject Categories

Agriculture

Agricultural Business,
Agriculture Production,
Animal Science...
Architecture

Architectural History,
Architectural Technology,
Environmental Design...
Biological and Biomedical Sciences

Bioinformatics,
Botany,
Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences...
Business

Accounting and Bookkeeping,
Business Economics,
Business Finance...
Communications and Journalism

American Sign Language - ASL,
Communication Studies,
Communication Technology...

Computer Sciences

Computer and Information Sciences, General,
Computer Programming,
Computer Systems Analysis...

Culinary Arts and Personal Services

Cosmetology and Related Services,
Culinary Arts and Culinary Services,
Funeral Related Services...

Education

Counseling and Guidance,
Curriculum and Instruction,
Educational Administration and Supervision...

Engineering

Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering,
Biological and Agricultural Engineering,
Biomedical and Medical Engineering...

Legal

Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, and Corrections,
Fire Safety and Protection,
Legal Research and Professional Studies...

Liberal Arts and Humanities

Cultural Studies,
Ethnic and Gender Studies,
Geography and Cartography...
Mechanic and Repair Technologies

Construction Management
Electrical Repair and Maintenance,
Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation, and Refrigeration Maintenance...
Medical and Health Professions

Alternative Medicine,
Chiropractor,
Clinical Laboratory Science Professions...
Physical Sciences

Chemistry Sciences,
Forestry and Wildlands Management,
Natural Resources Conservation...

Psychology

Developmental Psychology,
Psychology and Human Behavior,
School Psychology...
Transportation and Distribution

Air Transportation and Distribution,
Ground Transportation,
Marine Transportation...
Visual and Performing Arts

Dance,
Design and Applied Arts,
Drama and Theatre Arts...
Last Updated: August 8, 2017