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|Annotation or definition.||Alphabetical list of subjects||Course Classification Guide||Science||Subject Categories|
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?
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?
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).
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
|What are examples of various subjects of instruction?|
Behavioral & Social Sciences (BESS)
Human Resources Studies
Media Production & Studies
TV, Video & Audio
Computer Science & Technology (COMP)
Counseling & Personnel Services
Curriculum & Instruction
Physical Education (Except for sports courses.)
English Language & Literature (ENGL)
Fine Arts (ARTS)
Foreign Languages, Linguistics, & Literature (FLAN)
American Sign Language
Foreign Language(s) & Literature
Government, Political Science, & Law (GOVT)
Criminology & Criminal Justice
International Relations & Studies
Health Sciences (HEAL)
Hearing & Speech Studies
Pharmacology & Pharmacy
Natural & Physical Sciences (NPSC)
Animal & Avian Sciences
(All courses that do not fit appropriately in another classification.)
Sports (tennis, golf, aerobics, etc.)
Philosophy & Religion (PHIL)
Special Studies (SSTU)
|Group size:||Maximum ______|
|Course level:|| Basic|
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
Minimum age: 25|
Average age: 39
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|
Arts & Humanities |
Art & Design
English Language & Literature
CiviI & Structural Engineering
Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Mineral & Mining Engineering
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Earth & Marine Sciences
Business & Management
Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences...
Accounting and Bookkeeping,
Communications and Journalism
American Sign Language - ASL,
Computer and Information Sciences, General,
Computer Systems Analysis...
Culinary Arts and Personal Services
Cosmetology and Related Services,
Culinary Arts and Culinary Services,
Funeral Related Services...
Counseling and Guidance,
Curriculum and Instruction,
Educational Administration and Supervision...
Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering,
Biological and Agricultural Engineering,
Biomedical and Medical Engineering...
Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, and Corrections,
Fire Safety and Protection,
Legal Research and Professional Studies...
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Ethnic and Gender Studies,
Geography and Cartography...
Mechanic and Repair Technologies
Electrical Repair and Maintenance,
Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation, and Refrigeration Maintenance...
Medical and Health Professions
Clinical Laboratory Science Professions...
Forestry and Wildlands Management,
Natural Resources Conservation...
Psychology and Human Behavior,
Transportation and Distribution
Air Transportation and Distribution,
Visual and Performing Arts
Design and Applied Arts,
Drama and Theatre Arts...