are used to expand and collapse the sub-table detail lists.
Click the plus to expand the sub-table and click the minus to collapse the detail.
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) is a code system of instructional
programs with the purpose to facilitate the organization, collection, and reporting of fields of study and program completions.
The CIP is the accepted federal government statistical standard on instructional program
classifications and is used in a variety of education information surveys and databases.
How to Read a CIP Code
The CIP is subdivided in a hierarchical, three-level structure. The highest level is the 2-digit series,
which is composed of 47 fields of study. This is followed by the 4-digit series, composed of 421 subject
categories, and the final level 6-digit series which is composed of 1,847 program classifications.
icons are used to expand and collapse the list of programs available at the institution.
** Data extracted from the Inventory databases as of today @ 5:00AM