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1. Humanities

1.1. History

1.1.1. * African history

1.1.2. * American history

1.1.3. * Ancient history

1.1.4. * Argentine history

1.1.5. * Iranian History

1.1.6. * Indian History

1.1.7. * Chinese history

1.1.8. * Diplomatic history

1.1.9. * Ethnohistory

1.1.10. * European history

1.1.11. * History of science and technology

1.1.12. * Military history

1.1.13. * Modern history

1.1.14. * Intellectual history

1.1.15. * Cultural history

1.1.16. * Economic history

1.1.17. * World history

1.2. Languages and linguistics

1.2.1. * Applied Linguistics

1.2.2. * Computational linguistics / Natural language processing

1.2.3. * Discourse analysis

1.2.4. * Etymology

1.2.5. * Historical linguistics

1.2.6. * History of linguistics

1.2.7. Untitled

1.2.8. * Interlinguistics

1.2.9. * Morphology

1.2.10. Untitled

1.2.10.1. Untitled

1.2.11. Untitled

1.2.12. * Philology

1.2.13. * Phonetics

1.2.14. * Phonology

1.2.15. * Pragmatics

1.2.16. * Semantics

1.2.17. * Semiotics

1.2.18. * Sociolinguistics

1.2.19. * Syntax

1.2.20. Untitled

1.2.20.1. Untitled

1.2.21. Untitled

1.2.22. * Composition studies

1.2.23. * Rhetoric

1.2.24. Untitled

1.2.25. * Languages

1.2.26. o Classics

1.2.27. o Standard English

1.2.28. o Business English

1.2.29. o World Englishes

1.2.30. o Modern language

1.3. Literature

1.3.1. * English literature

1.3.1.1. o American literature

1.3.1.1.1. + African American literature

1.3.1.1.2. + Jewish American literature

1.3.1.1.3. + Southern literature

1.3.1.2. o Argentine literature

1.3.1.3. o Australian literature

1.3.1.4. o British literature

1.3.1.4.1. + English literature

1.3.1.4.2. + Scottish literature

1.3.1.4.3. + Welsh literature

1.3.1.5. o Canadian literature

1.3.1.6. o Indian literature

1.3.1.7. o Irish literature

1.3.1.8. o New Zealand literature

1.3.1.9. o Nigerian literature

1.3.1.10. o Medieval literature

1.3.1.11. o Post-colonial literature

1.3.1.12. o Post-modern literature

1.3.2. * World literatures

1.3.2.1. o Arabic literature

1.3.2.2. o Bulgarian literature

1.3.2.3. o Classics

1.3.2.4. o Comparative literature

1.3.2.5. o Chinese literature

1.3.2.6. o French literature

1.3.2.7. o Gaelic literature

1.3.2.8. o German literature and Austrian literature

1.3.2.9. o Hindi literature

1.3.2.10. o Hebrew literature

1.3.2.11. o Japanese literature

1.3.2.12. o Italian literature

1.3.2.13. o Latin American literature

1.3.2.14. o Persian literature

1.3.2.15. o Portuguese and Brazilian literature

1.3.2.16. o Russian literature

1.3.2.17. o Serbian literature

1.3.2.18. o Spanish literature

1.3.2.19. o Yiddish literature

1.3.2.20. o Tamil literature

1.3.2.21. o Welsh Literature

1.3.3. * Literary theory

1.3.3.1. o Critical theory

1.3.3.2. o Literary criticism

1.3.3.3. o Poetics

1.3.3.4. o Rhetoric

1.3.4. * Creative writing

1.3.4.1. o Creative nonfiction

1.3.4.2. o Fiction writing

1.3.4.3. o Non-fiction writing

1.3.4.4. o Literary journalism

1.3.4.5. o Poetry composition

1.3.4.6. o Screenwriting

1.3.4.7. o Playwrighting

1.4. Performing Arts

1.4.1. * Arts administration

1.4.2. * Music

1.4.2.1. o Accompanying

1.4.2.2. o Chamber music

1.4.2.3. o Church music

1.4.2.4. o Musical composition

1.4.2.5. o Conducting

1.4.2.5.1. + Choral conducting

1.4.2.5.2. + Orchestral conducting

1.4.2.5.3. + Wind ensemble conducting

1.4.2.6. o Early music

1.4.2.7. o Jazz studies

1.4.2.8. o Music education

1.4.2.9. o Music history

1.4.2.10. o Music theory

1.4.2.11. o Musicology

1.4.2.11.1. + Ethnomusicology

1.4.2.12. o Performance and literature

1.4.2.12.1. + Organ and historical keyboards

1.4.2.12.2. + Piano

1.4.2.12.3. + Strings, harp, and guitar

1.4.2.12.4. + Voice (Singing)

1.4.2.12.5. + Woodwinds, brass, and percussion

1.4.2.13. o Recording

1.4.2.14. o Orchestral studies

1.4.3. * Dance

1.4.3.1. o Choreography

1.4.3.2. o Dance notation

1.4.3.3. o Ethnochoreology

1.4.3.4. o History of dance

1.4.4. * Theatre

1.4.4.1. o History

1.4.4.2. o Acting

1.4.4.3. o Directing

1.4.4.4. o Design

1.4.4.5. o Dramaturgy

1.4.4.6. o Playwrighting

1.4.4.7. o Scenography

1.4.4.8. o Musical theatre

1.4.5. * Film

1.4.5.1. o Animation

1.4.5.2. o Film

1.4.5.3. o Film criticism

1.4.5.4. o Film theory

1.5. Philosophy

1.5.1. * Meta-philosophy

1.5.2. * Metaphysics

1.5.2.1. o Ontology

1.5.2.2. o Teleology

1.5.2.3. o Philosophy of mind

1.5.2.3.1. + Philosophy of artificial intelligence

1.5.2.3.2. + Philosophy of perception

1.5.2.4. o Philosophy of space and time

1.5.2.5. o Philosophy of Action

1.5.3. * Epistemology

1.5.4. * Ethics

1.5.4.1. o Normative ethics

1.5.4.2. o Meta-ethics

1.5.4.3. o Theory of value

1.5.4.4. o Moral psychology

1.5.4.5. o Applied Ethics

1.5.4.5.1. + Animal rights

1.5.4.5.2. + Bioethics

1.5.4.5.3. + Environmental ethics

1.5.5. * Aesthetics/Philosophy of Art

1.5.6. * Social philosophy and political philosophy

1.5.6.1. o Feminist philosophy

1.5.6.2. o Anarchism

1.5.6.3. o Marxism

1.5.7. * Philosophical traditions and schools

1.5.7.1. o African philosophy

1.5.7.2. o Aristotelianism

1.5.7.3. o Analytic philosophy

1.5.7.4. o Continental philosophy

1.5.7.5. o Eastern philosophy

1.5.7.6. o Feminist philosophy

1.5.8. * History of philosophy

1.5.8.1. o Ancient philosophy

1.5.8.2. o Medieval philosophy

1.5.8.3. o Modern philosophy

1.5.8.4. o Contemporary philosophy

1.5.9. * Logic

1.5.9.1. o Philosophical logic

1.5.9.2. o Mathematical logic

1.5.10. * Applied philosophy

1.5.10.1. o Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science

1.5.10.2. o Philosophy of education

1.5.10.3. o Philosophy of history

1.5.10.4. o Philosophy of religion

1.5.10.5. o Philosophy of language

1.5.10.6. o Philosophy of law

1.5.10.7. o Philosophy of mathematics

1.5.10.8. o Philosophy of music

1.5.10.9. o Philosophy of science

1.5.10.9.1. + Philosophy of social science

1.5.10.9.2. + Philosophy of Physics

1.5.10.9.3. + Philosophy of Biology

1.5.10.9.4. + Philosophy of Chemistry

1.5.10.9.5. + Philosophy of economics

1.5.10.9.6. + Philosophy of Psychology

1.5.10.10. o Philosophy of engineering

1.5.10.11. o Systems philosophy

1.6. Religion

1.6.1. * Abrahamic religions

1.6.1.1. o Christianity

1.6.1.1.1. + Christian Theology

1.6.1.2. o Islam / Islamic studies

1.6.1.3. o Judaism / Jewish studies

1.6.2. * Indian religions

1.6.2.1. o Buddhism

1.6.2.2. o Hinduism

1.6.2.3. o Jainism

1.6.2.4. o Sikhism

1.6.3. * Taoic religions

1.6.3.1. o Chinese folk religion

1.6.3.2. o Confucianism

1.6.3.3. o Shinto

1.6.3.4. o Taoism

1.6.4. * Other religions

1.6.4.1. o African religions

1.6.4.2. o Ancient Egyptian religion

1.6.4.3. o Native American religions

1.6.4.4. o Gnosticism

1.6.4.5. o Esotericism

1.6.4.6. o New religious movements

1.6.4.7. o Sumerian religion

1.6.4.8. o Zoroastrianism

1.6.5. * Atheism and Humanism

1.6.6. * Comparative religion

1.6.7. * Mythology and Folklore

1.7. Visual Arts

1.7.1. * Art history

1.7.2. * Calligraphy

1.7.3. * Connoisseurship

1.7.4. * Creative arts

1.7.5. * Drawing

1.7.6. * Fine arts

1.7.7. * Painting

1.7.8. * Photography

1.7.9. * Mixed Media

1.7.10. * Printmaking

1.7.11. * Studio art

1.7.12. * Sculpture

1.7.13. * Art conservation

2. Social Sciences

2.1. Antropology

2.1.1. * Biological anthropology

2.1.1.1. o Forensic anthropology

2.1.1.2. o Gene-culture coevolution

2.1.1.3. o Human behavioral ecology

2.1.1.4. o Human evolution

2.1.1.5. o Medical anthropology

2.1.1.6. o Paleoanthropology

2.1.1.7. o Population genetics

2.1.1.8. o Primatology

2.1.2. * Anthropological linguistics

2.1.2.1. o Ethnolinguistics

2.1.2.2. o Synchronic linguistics (or Descriptive linguistics)

2.1.2.3. o Diachronic linguistics (or Historical linguistics)

2.1.2.4. o Sociolinguistics

2.1.3. * Cultural anthropology

2.1.3.1. o Anthropology of religion

2.1.3.2. o Economic anthropology

2.1.3.3. o Ethnography

2.1.4. o Ethnohistory

2.1.4.1. o Ethnology

2.1.4.2. o Ethnomusicology

2.1.4.3. o Folklore

2.1.4.4. o Mythology

2.1.4.5. o Political anthropology

2.1.4.6. o Psychological anthropology

2.2. Archaeology

2.2.1. * Classical archaeology

2.2.2. * Egyptology

2.2.3. * Experimental archaeology

2.2.4. * Maritime archaeology

2.2.5. * Near Eastern archaeology

2.2.6. * Paleoanthropology

2.2.7. * Prehistoric archaeology

2.3. Area Studies

2.3.1. * American studies

2.3.2. * Appalachian studies

2.3.3. * African studies

2.3.4. * Asian studies

2.3.5. * Celtic studies

2.3.6. * European studies

2.3.7. * German studies

2.3.8. * Indology (Indian studies)

2.3.9. * Iranian studies

2.3.10. * Japanology (Japanese studies)

2.3.11. * Latin American studies

2.3.12. * Sinology (Chinese studies)

2.3.13. * Scandinavian studies

2.3.14. * Slavic studies

2.4. Cultural Studies

2.4.1. * Asian studies

2.4.2. * Asian American studies

2.4.3. * Black studies or African American studies

2.4.4. * Chicano studies

2.4.5. * Childhood studies

2.4.6. * Latino studies

2.4.7. * Native American studies

2.4.8. * Persian studies

2.5. Economics

2.5.1. * Agricultural economics

2.5.2. * Behavioural economics

2.5.3. * Bioeconomics

2.5.4. * Computational economics

2.5.5. * Consumer economics

2.5.6. * Development economics

2.5.7. * Ecological economics

2.5.8. * Econometrics

2.5.9. * Economic geography

2.5.10. * Economic history

2.5.11. * Economic sociology

2.5.12. * Economic systems

2.5.13. * Energy economics

2.5.14. * Entrepreneurial economics

2.5.15. * Environmental economics

2.5.16. * Evolutionary economics

2.5.17. * Experimental economics

2.5.18. * Feminist economics

2.5.19. * Financial economics

2.5.20. * Game theory

2.5.21. * Green economics

2.5.22. * Growth economics

2.5.23. * Human development theory

2.5.24. * Industrial organization

2.5.25. * Information economics

2.5.26. * Institutional economics

2.5.27. * International economics

2.5.28. * Islamic economics

2.5.29. * Labor economics

2.5.30. * Law and economics

2.5.31. * Macroeconomics

2.5.32. * Managerial economics

2.5.33. * Mathematical economics

2.5.34. * Microeconomics

2.5.35. * Monetary economics

2.5.36. * Neuroeconomics

2.5.37. * Political economy

2.5.38. * Public finance

2.5.39. * Public economics

2.5.40. * Real estate economics

2.5.41. * Resource economics

2.5.42. * Socialist economics

2.5.43. * Socioeconomics

2.5.44. * Transport economics

2.5.45. * Welfare economics

2.6. Gender and Sexuality Studies

2.6.1. * Feminine psychology

2.6.2. * Gender studies/Gender theory

2.6.3. * Heterosexism

2.6.4. * Human sexual behavior

2.6.5. * Human sexuality

2.6.6. * Masculine psychology

2.6.7. * Men's studies

2.6.8. * Queer studies/Queer theory

2.6.9. * Sex education

2.6.10. * Sexology

2.6.11. * Women's studies

2.7. Geography

2.7.1. * Cartography

2.7.2. * Human geography

2.7.2.1. * Cultural geography

2.7.2.1.1. * Feminist geography

2.7.2.2. * Economic geography

2.7.2.2.1. * Development geography

2.7.2.3. * Historical geography

2.7.2.3.1. * Time geography

2.7.2.4. * Political geography & geopolitics

2.7.2.4.1. * Military geography

2.7.2.4.2. * Strategic geography

2.7.2.4.3. * Population geography

2.7.2.4.4. * Social geography

2.7.2.4.5. * Urban geography

2.7.3. * Environmental geography

2.7.4. * Physical geography

2.7.4.1. * Biogeography

2.7.4.2. * Climatology

2.7.4.2.1. * Palaeoclimatology

2.7.4.2.2. * Coastal geography

2.7.4.2.3. * Geomorphology

2.7.4.2.4. * Geodesy

2.7.4.2.5. * Hydrology/Hydrography

2.7.4.2.6. * Landscape ecology

2.7.4.2.7. * Palaeogeography

2.7.5. * Regional geography

2.8. Political Science

2.8.1. * American politics

2.8.2. * Canadian politics

2.8.3. * Civics

2.8.4. * Comparative politics

2.8.5. * Geopolitics (Political geography)

2.8.6. * International relations

2.8.7. * International organizations

2.8.8. * Peace and conflict studies (Science of Peace (Irenology))

2.8.9. * Policy studies

2.8.10. * Political behavior

2.8.11. * Political culture

2.8.12. * Political economy

2.8.13. * Political history

2.8.14. * Political philosophy

2.8.15. * Psephology

2.8.16. * Public administration

2.8.16.1. o Nonprofit administration

2.8.16.2. o Non-governmental organization (NGO) administration

2.8.17. * Public policy

2.9. Physcology

2.9.1. * Abnormal psychology

2.9.2. * Applied psychology

2.9.3. * Behavioural science

2.9.4. * Biological psychology

2.9.5. * Clinical psychology

2.9.5.1. o Psychological assessment

2.9.5.2. o Psychotherapy

2.9.5.2.1. + Brief psychotherapy

2.9.5.2.2. + Cognitive behavioral therapy

2.9.5.2.3. + Family therapy

2.9.5.2.4. + Gestalt therapy

2.9.5.2.5. + Group therapy

2.9.5.2.6. + Play therapy

2.9.5.2.7. + Psychodrama

2.9.6. * Cognitive psychology

2.9.7. * Cognitive science

2.9.8. * Community psychology

2.9.9. * Differential psychology

2.9.10. * Developmental psychology

2.9.11. * Educational psychology

2.9.12. * Emotion

2.9.13. * Evolutionary psychology

2.9.13.1. o Evolutionary developmental psychology

2.9.13.2. o Evolutionary educational psychology

2.9.14. * Experimental psychology

2.9.15. * Forensic psychology

2.9.16. * Health psychology

2.9.17. * Intrapersonal communications

2.9.18. * Legal psychology (Psychology & Law)

2.9.19. * Medical psychology

2.9.20. * Neuropsychology

2.9.21. * Organizational psychology

2.9.22. * Parapsychology

2.9.23. * Personality psychology

2.9.24. * Positive psychology

2.9.25. * Psychoanalysis

2.9.26. * Psychometrics

2.9.27. * Psychophysics

2.9.28. * Quantitative psychology

2.9.29. * Social psychology

2.9.30. * Sport psychology

2.9.31. * Media psychology

2.10. Sociology

2.10.1. * Applied sociology

2.10.1.1. o Political sociology

2.10.1.2. o Public sociology

2.10.1.3. o Social engineering

2.10.1.4. o Leisure studies

2.10.2. * Collective behavior

2.10.2.1. o Social movements

2.10.3. * Community informatics

2.10.3.1. o Social network analysis

2.10.4. * Comparative sociology

2.10.5. * Conflict theory

2.10.6. * Cultural studies

2.10.7. * Criminology/Criminal justice

2.10.8. * Demography/Population

2.10.9. * Environmental sociology

2.10.10. * Feminist sociology

2.10.11. * Future studies

2.10.12. * Human ecology

2.10.13. * Interactionism

2.10.13.1. o Phenomenology

2.10.13.2. o Ethnomethodology

2.10.13.3. o Symbolic interactionism

2.10.13.4. o Social constructionism

2.10.14. * Medical sociology

2.10.15. * Military sociology

2.10.16. * Organizational studies

2.10.17. * Science studies/Science and technology studies

2.10.18. * Sexology

2.10.19. * Social capital

2.10.20. * Social control

2.10.20.1. o Pure sociology

2.10.21. * Social economy

2.10.22. * Social philosophy

2.10.23. * Social psychology

2.10.24. * Social policy

2.10.25. * Social research

2.10.25.1. o Computational sociology

2.10.25.2. o Economic sociology/Socioeconomics

2.10.25.2.1. + Economic development

2.10.25.2.2. + Social development

2.10.25.3. o Sociology of culture

2.10.25.4. o Sociology of deviance

2.10.25.5. o Sociology of education

2.10.25.6. o Sociology of gender

2.10.25.7. o Sociology of the family

2.10.25.8. o Sociology of knowledge

2.10.25.9. o Sociology of law

2.10.25.10. o Sociology of religion

2.10.25.11. o Sociology of sport

2.10.25.12. o Sociology of work

2.10.26. * Social theory

2.10.27. * Social stratification

2.10.28. * Sociological theory

2.10.29. * Sociobiology

2.10.30. * Sociocybernetics

2.10.31. * Sociolinguistics

2.10.32. * Urban studies or Urban sociology/Rural sociology

2.10.33. * Visual sociology

3. Natural Sciences

3.1. Space Sciences

3.1.1. * Astrobiology

3.1.2. * Astronomy

3.1.2.1. o Observational astronomy

3.1.2.1.1. + Gamma ray astronomy

3.1.2.1.2. + Infrared astronomy

3.1.2.1.3. + Microwave astronomy

3.1.2.1.4. + Optical astronomy

3.1.2.1.5. + Radio astronomy

3.1.2.1.6. + UV astronomy

3.1.2.1.7. + X-ray astronomy

3.1.3. * Astrophysics

3.1.3.1. o Gravitational astronomy

3.1.3.1.1. + Black holes

3.1.3.2. o Interstellar medium

3.1.3.3. o Numerical simulations in

3.1.3.3.1. + Astrophysical plasma

3.1.3.3.2. + Galaxy formation and evolution

3.1.3.3.3. + High-energy astrophysics

3.1.3.3.4. + Hydrodynamics

3.1.3.3.5. + Magnetohydrodynamics

3.1.3.3.6. + Star formation

3.1.3.4. o Physical cosmology

3.1.3.5. o Stellar astrophysics

3.1.3.5.1. + Helioseismology

3.1.3.5.2. + Stellar evolution

3.1.3.5.3. + Stellar nucleosynthesis

3.2. Earth Sciences

3.2.1. * Edaphology

3.2.2. * Environmental science

3.2.3. * Environmental chemistry

3.2.4. * Gemology

3.2.5. * Geodesy

3.2.6. * Geography

3.2.7. * Geology

3.2.8. * Geochemistry

3.2.9. * Geomorphology

3.2.10. * Geophysics

3.2.11. * Glaciology

3.2.12. * Hydrogeology

3.2.13. * Hydrology

3.2.14. * Meteorology

3.2.15. * Mineralogy

3.2.16. * Oceanography

3.2.17. * Pedology

3.2.18. * Paleontology

3.2.18.1. o Paleobiology

3.2.19. * Planetary science

3.2.20. * Sedimentology

3.2.21. * Soil science

3.2.22. * Speleology

3.2.23. * Tectonics

3.3. Life sciences

3.3.1. * Biochemistry

3.3.2. * Bioinformatics

3.3.3. * Biology

3.3.3.1. o Aerobiology

3.3.3.2. o Anatomy

3.3.3.2.1. + Comparative anatomy

3.3.3.2.2. + Human anatomy

3.3.3.3. o Botany

3.3.3.3.1. + Ethnobotany

3.3.3.3.2. + Phycology

3.3.3.4. o Cell biology

3.3.3.5. o Chronobiology

3.3.3.6. o Cryobiology

3.3.3.7. o Developmental biology

3.3.3.7.1. + Embryology

3.3.3.8. o Ecology

3.3.3.8.1. + Human ecology

3.3.3.8.2. + Landscape ecology

3.3.3.9. o Genetics

3.3.3.9.1. + Behavioural genetics

3.3.3.10. o Endocrinology

3.3.3.11. o Evolutionary biology

3.3.3.12. o Human biology

3.3.3.13. o Marine biology

3.3.3.14. o Microbiology

3.3.3.15. o Molecular biology

3.3.3.16. o Nutrition

3.3.3.17. o Neuroscience

3.3.3.17.1. + Behavioral neuroscience

3.3.3.18. o Paleobiology

3.3.3.18.1. + Paleontology

3.3.3.19. o Virology

3.3.3.19.1. + Molecular virology

3.3.3.20. o Xenobiology

3.3.3.21. o Zoology

3.3.3.21.1. + Animal communications

3.3.3.21.2. + Cryptozoology

3.3.3.21.3. + Entomology

3.3.3.21.4. + Ethology

3.3.3.21.5. + Herpetology

3.3.3.21.6. + Ichthyology

3.3.3.21.7. + Oology

3.3.3.21.8. + Ornithology

3.3.3.21.9. + Primatology

3.3.3.21.10. + Zootomy

3.3.4. * Biophysics

3.3.5. * Limnology

3.3.6. * Linnaean taxonomy

3.3.7. * Mycology

3.3.8. * Parasitology

3.3.9. * Pathology

3.3.10. * Physiology

3.3.10.1. o Human physiology

3.3.10.1.1. + Exercise physiology

3.3.11. * Systematics (Taxonomy)

3.3.12. * Teratology

3.4. Chemistry

3.4.1. * Analytical chemistry

3.4.2. * Biochemistry

3.4.3. * Cheminformatics

3.4.4. * Computational chemistry

3.4.5. * Materials science

3.4.6. * Mathematical chemistry

3.4.7. * Quantum chemistry

3.4.8. * Inorganic chemistry

3.4.9. * Organic chemistry

3.4.10. * Physical chemistry

3.4.11. * Theoretical chemistry

3.4.12. * Interface and colloid science

3.5. Physics

3.5.1. * Acoustics

3.5.2. * Astrophysics

3.5.3. * Atomic, molecular, and optical physics

3.5.4. * Biophysics

3.5.5. * Theoretical physics

3.5.6. * Computational physics

3.5.7. * Condensed matter physics

3.5.8. * Cryogenics

3.5.9. * Electromagnetism

3.5.10. * Elementary particle physics

3.5.11. * Fluid dynamics

3.5.12. * Geophysics

3.5.13. * Mathematical physics

3.5.14. * Medical physics

3.5.15. * Materials science

3.5.16. * Mechanics

3.5.17. * Molecular physics

3.5.18. * Nuclear physics

3.5.19. * Newtonian dynamics

3.5.20. * Optics

3.5.21. * Plasma physics

3.5.22. * Quantum physics

3.5.23. * Solid state physics

3.5.24. * Solid mechanics

3.5.25. * Statistical mechanics

3.5.26. * Vehicle dynamics

3.5.27. * Thermodynamics

3.5.28. * Applied Physics

4. Formal Sciences

4.1. Computer Science

4.1.1. * Theory of computation

4.1.1.1. o Automata theory (Formal languages)

4.1.1.2. o Computability theory

4.1.1.3. o Computational complexity theory

4.1.1.4. o Concurrency theory

4.1.2. * Algorithms

4.1.2.1. o Randomized algorithms

4.1.2.2. o Distributed algorithms

4.1.2.3. o Parallel algorithms

4.1.3. * Data structures

4.1.4. * Computer architecture

4.1.4.1. o VLSI design

4.1.5. * Operating systems

4.1.6. * Computer communications (networks)

4.1.6.1. o Information theory

4.1.6.2. o Internet, World wide web

4.1.6.3. o Wireless computing (Mobile computing)

4.1.6.4. o Ubiquitous computing

4.1.6.5. o Cloud computing

4.1.7. * Computer security and reliability

4.1.7.1. o Cryptography

4.1.7.2. o Fault-tolerant computing

4.1.7.3. * Distributed computing

4.1.7.4. o Grid computing

4.1.8. * Parallel computing

4.1.8.1. o High-performance computing

4.1.9. * Quantum computing

4.1.10. * Computer graphics

4.1.10.1. o Image processing

4.1.10.2. o Scientific visualization

4.1.10.3. o Computational geometry

4.1.11. * Software engineering

4.1.11.1. o Formal methods (Formal verification)

4.1.12. * Programming languages

4.1.12.1. o Programming paradigms

4.1.12.1.1. + Object-oriented programming

4.1.12.1.2. + Functional programming

4.1.12.1.3. + Concurrent programming

4.1.12.2. o Program semantics

4.1.12.3. o Type theory

4.1.12.4. o Compilers

4.1.13. * Information science

4.1.13.1. o Data management

4.1.13.2. o Data mining

4.1.13.3. o Database

4.1.13.3.1. + Relational database

4.1.13.3.2. + Distributed database

4.1.13.3.3. + Object database

4.1.13.4. o Information retrieval

4.1.13.5. o Information management

4.1.13.6. o Knowledge management

4.1.13.7. o Multimedia, hypermedia

4.1.14. * Artificial intelligence

4.1.14.1. o Cognitive science

4.1.14.1.1. + Automated reasoning

4.1.14.1.2. + Machine learning

4.1.14.1.3. + Natural language processing (Computational linguistics)

4.1.14.1.4. + Computer vision

4.1.14.2. o Expert systems

4.1.14.3. o Robotics

4.1.15. * Information systems (Business informatics)

4.1.15.1. o Information technology

4.1.15.2. o Management information systems

4.1.15.3. o Health informatics

4.1.16. * Human-computer interaction

4.1.17. * Computing in Mathematics, Natural sciences, Engineering and Medicine

4.1.17.1. o Numerical analysis

4.1.17.2. o Algebraic (symbolic) computation

4.1.17.3. o Computational number theory

4.1.17.4. o Computational mathematics

4.1.17.5. o Scientific computing (Computational science)

4.1.17.6. o Computational biology (bioinformatics)

4.1.17.7. o Computational physics

4.1.17.8. o Computational chemistry

4.1.17.9. o Computational neuroscience

4.1.17.10. o Computer-aided engineering

4.1.17.10.1. + Finite element analysis

4.1.17.10.2. + Computational fluid dynamics

4.1.18. * Computing in Social sciences, Arts and Humanities, Professions

4.1.18.1. o Computational economics

4.1.18.2. o Computational sociology

4.1.18.3. o Computational finance

4.1.18.4. o The Digital Humanities (Humanities computing)

4.1.19. * Computer and society

4.1.19.1. o History of computer hardware

4.1.19.2. o History of computer science

4.1.19.3. o Humanistic informatics

4.1.19.4. o Community informatics

4.2. Logic

4.2.1. * Mathematical logic

4.2.1.1. o Set theory

4.2.1.2. o Proof theory

4.2.1.3. o Model theory

4.2.1.4. o Recursion theory

4.2.1.5. o Modal logic

4.2.1.6. o Intuitionistic logic

4.2.2. * Philosophical Logic

4.2.2.1. o Modal logic

4.2.2.1.1. + Deontic logic

4.2.2.1.2. + Doxastic logic

4.2.2.2. o Logical reasoning

4.2.3. * Logic in computer science

4.2.3.1. o Programming language semantics

4.2.3.2. o Formal methods (Formal verification)

4.2.3.3. o Type theory

4.2.3.4. o Logic programming

4.2.3.5. o Multi-valued logic

4.2.3.5.1. + Fuzzy logic

4.3. Mathematics

4.3.1. * Algebra

4.3.1.1. o Group theory

4.3.1.1.1. + Group representation

4.3.1.2. o Ring theory

4.3.1.3. o Field theory

4.3.1.4. o Linear algebra (Vector space)

4.3.1.5. o Multilinear algebra

4.3.1.6. o Lie algebra

4.3.1.7. o Associative algebra

4.3.1.8. o Non-associative algebra

4.3.1.9. o Universal algebra

4.3.1.10. o Homological algebra

4.3.1.11. o Differential algebra

4.3.1.12. o Lattice theory (Order theory)

4.3.1.13. o Representation theory

4.3.1.14. o K-theory

4.3.1.15. o Category theory

4.3.1.15.1. + Topos theory

4.3.2. * Analysis

4.3.2.1. o Real analysis

4.3.2.1.1. + Calculus

4.3.2.2. o Complex analysis

4.3.2.3. o Functional analysis

4.3.2.3.1. + Operator theory

4.3.2.4. o Non-standard analysis

4.3.2.5. o Harmonic analysis

4.3.2.5.1. + Fourier analysis

4.3.2.6. o p-adic analysis

4.3.2.7. o Ordinary differential equations

4.3.2.8. o Partial differential equations

4.3.3. * Probability theory

4.3.3.1. o Measure theory

4.3.3.2. o Ergodic theory

4.3.3.3. o Stochastic process

4.3.4. * Geometry and Topology

4.3.4.1. o General topology

4.3.4.2. o Algebraic topology

4.3.4.3. o Geometric topology

4.3.4.4. o Differential topology

4.3.4.5. o Algebraic geometry

4.3.4.6. o Differential geometry

4.3.4.7. o Projective geometry

4.3.4.8. o Affine geometry

4.3.4.9. o Non-Euclidean geometry

4.3.4.10. o Convex geometry

4.3.4.11. o Discrete geometry

4.3.5. * Number theory

4.3.5.1. o Analytic number theory

4.3.5.2. o Algebraic number theory

4.3.5.3. o Geometric number theory

4.3.6. * Logic and Foundations of mathematics

4.3.6.1. o Set theory

4.3.6.2. o Proof theory

4.3.6.3. o Model theory

4.3.6.4. o Recursion theory

4.3.6.5. o Modal logic

4.3.6.6. o Intuitionistic logic

4.3.7. * Applied mathematics

4.3.7.1. o Statistics

4.3.7.1.1. + Mathematical statistics

4.3.7.1.2. + Econometrics

4.3.7.1.3. + Actuarial science

4.3.7.1.4. + Demography

4.3.7.2. o Approximation theory

4.3.7.3. o Numerical analysis

4.3.7.4. o Operations research

4.3.7.4.1. + Optimization (Mathematical programming)

4.3.7.4.2. + Linear programming

4.3.7.4.3. + Dynamic programming

4.3.7.4.4. + Assignment problem

4.3.7.4.5. + Decision analysis

4.3.7.4.6. + Inventory theory

4.3.7.4.7. + scheduling

4.3.7.4.8. + Real options analysis

4.3.7.4.9. + Systems analysis

4.3.7.4.10. + Stochastic processes

4.3.7.4.11. + Optimal maintenance

4.3.7.5. o Dynamical systems

4.3.7.5.1. + Chaos theory

4.3.7.5.2. + Fractal geometry

4.3.7.6. o Mathematical physics

4.3.7.6.1. + Quantum mechanics

4.3.7.6.2. + Quantum field theory

4.3.7.6.3. + Quantum gravity

4.3.7.6.4. + Statistical mechanics

4.3.7.7. o Theory of computation

4.3.7.7.1. + Computational complexity theory

4.3.7.8. o Information theory

4.3.7.9. o Cryptography

4.3.7.10. o Combinatorics

4.3.7.10.1. + Coding theory

4.3.7.11. o Graph theory

4.3.7.12. o Game theory

4.4. Statisctics

4.4.1. * Computational statistics

4.4.1.1. o Data mining

4.4.1.2. o Regression

4.4.1.3. o Simulation

4.4.1.3.1. + Bootstrap (statistics)

4.4.2. * Design of experiments

4.4.2.1. o Block design and Analysis of variance

4.4.2.2. o Response surface methodology

4.4.3. * Statistical modelling

4.4.3.1. o Biostatistics

4.4.3.1.1. + Epidemiology

4.4.3.2. o Multivariate analysis

4.4.3.2.1. + Structural equation model

4.4.3.2.2. + Time series

4.4.3.3. o Reliability theory

4.4.3.4. o Quality control

4.4.4. * Statistical theory

4.4.4.1. o Decision theory

4.4.4.2. o Mathematical statistics

4.4.4.2.1. + Probability

4.4.5. * Sample Survey

4.4.5.1. o Sampling theory

4.4.5.2. o Survey methodology

4.5. System Sciences

4.5.1. * Complex systems

4.5.2. * Cybernetics

4.5.3. * Control theory

4.5.3.1. o Control engineering

4.5.3.2. o Control systems

4.5.3.3. o Dynamical systems

4.5.4. * Operations research

4.5.5. * Systems dynamics

4.5.6. * Systems engineering

4.5.6.1. o Systems analysis

4.5.7. * Systems theory

4.5.7.1. o Developmental systems theory

4.5.7.2. o General systems theory

4.5.7.3. o Mathematical system theory

5. Applied Science / Professions

5.1. Agriculture

5.1.1. * Agroecology

5.1.2. * Agronomy

5.1.3. * Animal husbandry (Animal science)

5.1.3.1. o Beekeeping (Apiculture)

5.1.4. * Agrology

5.1.5. * Entomology

5.1.6. * Agricultural economics

5.1.7. * Agricultural engineering

5.1.7.1. o Biological systems engineering

5.1.7.2. o Food engineering

5.1.8. * Aquaculture

5.1.9. * Enology

5.1.10. * Food science

5.1.11. * Horticulture

5.1.12. * Hydrology

5.1.13. * Plant science

5.1.13.1. o Pomology

5.1.14. * Viticulture

5.2. Architecture

5.2.1. * Architecture and related design

5.2.1.1. o Architecture

5.2.1.2. o Urban planning (urban design)

5.2.1.3. o Interior design (interior architecture)

5.2.1.4. o Landscape architecture (landscape planning)

5.2.2. * Historic preservation

5.2.3. * Industrial design (product design)

5.2.3.1. o Ergonomics

5.2.3.2. o Game design*

5.2.3.3. o Toy and amusement design*

5.2.4. * Fashion design

5.2.5. * Textile design

5.2.6. * Visual communication

5.2.6.1. o Graphic design

5.2.6.1.1. + Type design

5.2.6.2. o User interface design

5.2.6.3. o Technical drawing

5.3. Business

5.3.1. * Accounting scholarship

5.3.2. * Business administration

5.3.3. * Business analysis

5.3.4. * Business ethics

5.3.5. * E-Business

5.3.6. * Entrepreneurship

5.3.7. * Finance

5.3.8. * Industrial and labor relations

5.3.8.1. o Collective bargaining

5.3.8.2. o Human resources

5.3.8.3. o Organizational studies

5.3.8.4. o Labor economics

5.3.8.5. o Labor history

5.3.9. * Information systems

5.3.10. * Business Law

5.3.11. * International Trade

5.3.12. * Marketing

5.3.13. * Risk management and insurance

5.3.14. * Systems science

5.3.15. * Purchasing

5.4. Divinity

5.4.1. * Canon law

5.4.2. * Church history

5.4.3. * Field ministry

5.4.3.1. o Pastoral counseling

5.4.3.2. o Pastoral theology

5.4.3.3. o Religious education techniques

5.4.3.4. o Homiletics

5.4.3.5. o Liturgy

5.4.3.6. o Sacred music

5.4.4. * Scriptural study and languages

5.4.4.1. o Biblical Hebrew

5.4.4.2. o Biblical studies/Sacred Scripture

5.4.4.3. o New Testament Greek

5.4.4.4. o Latin

5.4.4.5. o Old Church Slavonic

5.4.5. * Theology

5.4.5.1. o Dogmatic theology

5.4.5.2. o Ecclesiology

5.4.5.3. o Sacramental theology

5.4.5.4. o Systematic theology

5.5. Education

5.5.1. * Consumer education

5.5.2. * Critical pedagogy

5.5.3. * Curriculum and instruction

5.5.3.1. o Elementary education (Primary education and Intermediate education)

5.5.3.2. o Secondary education

5.5.3.3. o Higher education

5.5.3.4. o Mastery learning

5.5.3.5. o Cooperative learning

5.5.3.6. o Agricultural education

5.5.3.7. o Art education

5.5.3.8. o Bilingual education

5.5.3.9. o Chemistry education

5.5.3.10. o Counselor education

5.5.3.11. o Language education

5.5.3.12. o Legal education

5.5.3.13. o Mathematics education

5.5.3.14. o Medical education

5.5.3.15. o Military education and training

5.5.3.16. o Music education

5.5.3.17. o Nursing education

5.5.3.18. o Peace education

5.5.3.19. o Physical education/ Coaching Education (sport) / Sports coaching

5.5.3.20. o Physics education

5.5.3.21. o Reading education

5.5.3.22. o Religious education

5.5.3.23. o Science education

5.5.3.24. o Special education

5.5.3.25. o Sex education

5.5.3.26. o Sociology of education

5.5.3.27. o Technology education

5.5.3.28. o Vocational education

5.5.4. * Educational leadership

5.5.5. * Educational philosophy

5.5.6. * Educational psychology

5.5.7. * Educational technology

5.5.8. * Distance Education

5.6. Engineering

5.6.1. Aerospace Engineering

5.6.2. * Architectural engineering

5.6.3. * Biological engineering

5.6.3.1. * Agricultural engineering

5.6.3.2. * Biochemical engineering

5.6.3.3. * Biomedical engineering

5.6.3.4. * Biomechanical engineering

5.6.3.5. * Computer engineering

5.6.3.6. * Clinical engineering

5.6.3.7. * Ergonomics

5.6.3.8. * Food engineering

5.6.3.9. * Bioprocess engineering

5.6.3.10. * Bioenergy

5.6.3.11. * Genetic engineering

5.6.3.12. * Human genetic engineering

5.6.3.13. * Metabolic engineering

5.6.3.14. * Molecular engineering

5.6.3.15. * Neural engineering

5.6.3.16. * Protein engineering

5.6.3.17. * Rehabilitation engineering

5.6.3.18. * Tissue engineering

5.6.4. * Broadcast engineering

5.6.5. * Building engineering

5.6.6. * Ceramics engineering

5.6.7. * Chemical engineering

5.6.7.1. * Micro process engineering

5.6.7.2. * Paper engineering

5.6.7.3. * Plastics engineering

5.6.7.4. * Process engineering

5.6.8. * Civil engineering

5.6.8.1. * Aquatic and environmental engineering

5.6.8.2. * Architectural engineering

5.6.8.3. * Climate engineering

5.6.8.4. * Civionic engineering (civionics)

5.6.8.5. * Construction engineering

5.6.8.6. * Earthquake engineering

5.6.8.7. * Earth systems engineering and management

5.6.8.8. * Ecological engineering

5.6.8.9. * Environmental engineering

5.6.8.10. * Facilities engineering

5.6.8.11. * Geomatics engineering

5.6.8.12. * Geotechnical engineering

5.6.8.13. * Highway engineering

5.6.8.14. * Hydraulic engineering

5.6.8.15. * Landscape engineering (landscape architecture)

5.6.8.16. * Land development engineering

5.6.8.17. * Pavement engineering

5.6.8.18. * Railway systems engineering

5.6.8.19. * River engineering

5.6.8.20. * Sanitary engineering

5.6.8.21. * Sewage engineering

5.6.8.22. * Structural engineering

5.6.8.23. * Surveying

5.6.8.24. * Traffic engineering

5.6.8.25. * Transportation engineering (transport engineering)

5.6.8.26. * Urban engineering (Municipal engineering)

5.6.9. * Electrical engineering

5.6.9.1. * Broadcast engineering

5.6.9.2. * Building engineering

5.6.9.3. * Communications system engineering

5.6.9.4. * Computer engineering

5.6.9.5. * Power System Engineering

5.6.9.6. * Control engineering (control systems engineering)

5.6.9.7. * Electronics and Communication Engineering

5.6.9.8. * Information Technology

5.6.9.9. * Electronics engineering (includes microelectronics engineering, microelectronics and semiconductor engineering)

5.6.9.10. * Instrumentation engineering

5.6.9.11. * Network engineering

5.6.10. * Engineering Science

5.6.11. * Financial engineering

5.6.11.1. * Computational finance (financial engineering)

5.6.11.2. * Value engineering

5.6.11.3. * Cost engineering

5.6.12. * Fire protection engineering

5.6.13. * Glass engineering

5.6.14. * Industrial engineering (includes manufacturing and production engineering)

5.6.14.1. * Behavioral engineering

5.6.14.2. * Domain engineering

5.6.14.3. * Engineering economics

5.6.14.4. * Engineering management

5.6.14.5. * Engineering psychology

5.6.14.6. * Logistic engineering

5.6.14.7. * Model-driven engineering

5.6.14.8. * Performance engineering

5.6.14.9. * Product Family Engineering

5.6.14.10. * Quality engineering (quality assurance engineering)

5.6.14.11. * Reliability engineering

5.6.14.12. * Safety engineering

5.6.14.13. * Security engineering

5.6.14.14. * Support engineering

5.6.14.15. * Systems engineering (systems design engineering)

5.6.15. * Marine engineering

5.6.16. * Materials engineering

5.6.16.1. * Metallurgical Engineering

5.6.16.2. * Surface Engineering

5.6.16.3. * Biomaterials

5.6.16.4. * Crystal engineering

5.6.16.5. * Ceramic Engineering

5.6.16.6. * Plastics engineering

5.6.16.7. * Forensic materials engineering

5.6.16.8. * Nanomaterials

5.6.16.9. * Polymer engineering

5.6.16.10. * Corrosion engineering

5.6.17. * Mechanical engineering

5.6.17.1. * Acoustical engineering

5.6.17.2. * Aerospace engineering

5.6.17.3. * Audio engineering

5.6.17.4. * Automotive engineering (automotive systems engineering)

5.6.17.5. * Earthquake engineering

5.6.17.6. * Forensic engineering

5.6.17.7. * Marine engineering

5.6.17.8. * Mechatronics

5.6.17.9. * Nanoengineering

5.6.17.10. * Naval architecture

5.6.17.11. * Sports engineering

5.6.17.12. * Structural engineering

5.6.17.13. * Vacuum engineering

5.6.18. * Military engineer

5.6.19. * Nuclear engineering

5.6.20. * Ocean engineering

5.6.21. * Optical engineering

5.6.22. * Petroleum engineering

5.6.22.1. * Geophysical engineering

5.6.22.2. * Mineral engineering

5.6.22.3. * Mining engineering

5.6.22.4. * Reservoir engineering

5.6.23. * Planetary engineering / Geoengineering

5.6.24. * Reverse engineering

5.6.25. * Safety engineering

5.6.26. * Software engineering

5.6.26.1. * Computer-aided engineering

5.6.26.2. * Cryptographic engineering

5.6.26.3. * Information engineering

5.6.26.4. * Knowledge engineering

5.6.26.5. * Language engineering

5.6.26.6. * Release engineering

5.6.26.7. * Teletraffic engineering

5.6.26.8. * Usability engineering

5.6.26.9. * Web engineering

5.6.27. * Social engineering

5.6.27.1. Political engineering

5.6.28. * Systems engineering

5.6.29. * Textile engineering

5.6.30. Subtopic 30

5.7. Environmental Sciences and Forestry

5.7.1. * Conservation biology

5.7.2. * Environmental management

5.7.2.1. o Coastal management

5.7.2.2. o Fisheries management

5.7.2.3. o Land management

5.7.2.4. o Natural resource management

5.7.2.5. o Wildlife management

5.7.3. * Environmental policy

5.7.4. * Recreation ecology

5.7.5. * Silviculture

5.7.6. * Sustainable development

5.7.7. * Toxicology

5.8. Family and Consumer Science

5.8.1. * Consumer education

5.8.2. * Housing*

5.8.3. * Interior design

5.8.4. * Nutrition

5.8.4.1. o Foodservice management*

5.8.5. * Textiles*

5.9. Health Sciences

5.9.1. * Alternative medicine

5.9.1.1. o Acupuncture

5.9.2. * Clinical laboratory sciences

5.9.2.1. o Clinical biochemistry

5.9.2.2. o Cytogenetics

5.9.2.3. o Cytohematology

5.9.2.4. o Cytology

5.9.2.5. o Haemostasiology

5.9.2.6. o Histology

5.9.2.7. o Immunology

5.9.2.8. o Microbiology

5.9.2.9. o Molecular genetics

5.9.2.10. o Parasitology

5.9.3. * Dentistry

5.9.3.1. o Dental hygiene and epidemiology

5.9.3.2. o Dental surgery

5.9.3.3. o Endodontics

5.9.3.4. o Orthodontics

5.9.3.5. o Oral and maxillofacial surgery

5.9.3.6. o Periodontics

5.9.3.7. o Prosthodontics

5.9.3.8. o Implantology

5.9.4. * Nursing

5.9.4.1. o Nursing theory

5.9.4.2. o Midwifery

5.9.5. * Nutrition and dietetics

5.9.6. * Optometry

5.9.7. * Orthoptics

5.9.8. * Physiotherapy

5.9.9. * Occupational therapy

5.9.10. * Speech and language pathology

5.9.11. * Medicine

5.9.11.1. o Anesthesiology

5.9.11.1.1. + Regional anesthesia

5.9.11.1.2. + Pain medicine

5.9.11.2. o Preventive medicine

5.9.11.3. o Cardiology

5.9.11.4. o Emergency medicine

5.9.11.4.1. + Medical toxicology

5.9.11.5. o Endocrinology

5.9.11.5.1. + Diabetology

5.9.11.6. o Epidemiology

5.9.11.7. o Forensic science

5.9.11.8. o Geriatrics

5.9.11.9. o Gynaecology

5.9.11.10. o Hematology

5.9.11.11. o Infectious disease

5.9.11.12. o Internal medicine (general medicine)

5.9.11.13. o Nephrology

5.9.11.14. o Neurology

5.9.11.15. o Neurosurgery

5.9.11.16. o Obstetrics

5.9.11.17. o Oncology

5.9.11.18. o Ophthalmology

5.9.11.19. o Orthopedic surgery

5.9.11.19.1. + Hand surgery

5.9.11.19.2. + Foot and ankle surgery

5.9.11.19.3. + Sports medicine

5.9.11.19.4. + Joint replacement

5.9.11.19.5. + Shoulder surgery

5.9.11.20. o Otolaryngology

5.9.11.21. o Pathology

5.9.11.22. o Pediatrics

5.9.11.23. o Podiatry

5.9.11.24. o Primary care

5.9.11.24.1. + General practice

5.9.11.25. o Public health

5.9.11.26. o Psychiatry

5.9.11.26.1. + Addiction medicine

5.9.11.27. o Radiology

5.9.11.28. o Recreation therapy

5.9.11.29. o Rehabilitation medicine

5.9.11.30. o Respiratory medicine

5.9.11.30.1. + Pulmonology

5.9.11.30.2. + Sleep medicine

5.9.11.31. o Rheumatology

5.9.11.32. o Sports medicine

5.9.11.33. o Surgery

5.9.11.33.1. + Bariatric surgery

5.9.11.33.2. + Cardiothoracic surgery

5.9.11.33.3. + Neurosurgery

5.9.11.33.4. + Plastic surgery

5.9.11.34. o Traumatology

5.9.11.35. o Urology

5.9.11.35.1. + Andrology

5.9.12. * Pharmaceutical sciences

5.9.13. * Pharmacy

5.9.13.1. o Behavioral medicine

5.9.13.2. o Clinical psychology

5.9.13.3. o Health psychology

5.9.13.4. o Medical psychology

5.9.13.5. o Counseling psychology

5.9.14. * Veterinary medicine

5.9.15. * Physical fitness

5.9.15.1. o Group Fitness / aerobics

5.9.15.2. o Personal fitness training

5.9.15.3. o Kinesiology / Exercise Science / Human Performance

5.10. Journalism

5.10.1. * Journalism

5.10.1.1. o Broadcast journalism

5.10.1.2. o Literary journalism

5.10.1.3. o New media journalism

5.10.1.4. o Print journalism

5.10.1.5. o Sports journalism / sportscasting

5.10.2. * Media studies (Mass media)

5.10.2.1. o Newspaper

5.10.2.2. o Magazine

5.10.2.3. o Radio

5.10.2.4. o Television

5.10.2.4.1. + Television studies*

5.10.2.5. o Internet

5.10.3. * Communication

5.10.3.1. o Animal communications

5.10.3.2. o Information theory

5.10.3.3. o Intercultural communication

5.10.3.4. o Advertising

5.10.3.5. o Communication design

5.10.3.6. o Marketing

5.10.3.7. o Mass communication

5.10.3.8. o Translation

5.10.3.9. o Propaganda

5.10.3.10. o Public relations

5.10.3.11. o Technical writing

5.10.3.12. o Nonverbal communications

5.10.3.13. o Speech communications

5.11. Law

5.11.1. * Canon law

5.11.2. * Comparative law

5.11.3. * Constitutional law

5.11.4. * Civil law

5.11.4.1. o Admiralty law

5.11.4.2. o Animal law/Animal rights

5.11.4.3. o Corporations

5.11.4.4. o Civil procedure

5.11.4.5. o Contracts

5.11.4.6. o Environmental law

5.11.4.7. o International law

5.11.4.8. o Labor law

5.11.4.9. o Paralegal studies

5.11.4.10. o Property law

5.11.4.11. o Tax law

5.11.4.12. o Torts

5.11.5. * Criminal law

5.11.5.1. o Criminal procedure

5.11.5.2. o Criminal justice

5.11.5.2.1. + Police science

5.11.5.2.2. + Forensics

5.11.6. * Islamic law

5.11.7. * Jewish law

5.11.8. * Jurisprudence (Philosophy of Law)

5.12. Library and Museum Studies

5.12.1. * Archival science

5.12.2. * Bibliometrics

5.12.2.1. o Citation analysis

5.12.3. * Informatics

5.12.4. * Information architecture

5.12.5. * Museology

5.12.5.1. o Museum administration

5.13. Miltiary Sciences

5.13.1. * Amphibious warfare

5.13.2. * Artillery

5.13.3. * Campaigning

5.13.4. * Military engineering

5.13.5. * Doctrine

5.13.6. * Game theory

5.13.7. * Leadership

5.13.8. * Logistics

5.13.9. * Military history

5.13.10. * Military intelligence

5.13.11. * Military law

5.13.12. * Military medicine

5.13.13. * Naval science

5.13.13.1. o Naval engineering

5.13.13.2. o Naval tactics

5.13.13.3. o Naval architecture

5.13.13.4. o Weapons systems

5.13.14. * Strategy

5.13.15. * Tactics

5.13.15.1. o Naval tactics

5.14. Public Affairs

5.14.1. * Corrections

5.14.2. * Conservation biology

5.14.3. * Criminal justice

5.14.4. * Emergency management

5.14.5. * Fire safety (Structural fire protection)

5.14.6. * Fire ecology (Wildland fire management)

5.14.7. * Governmental affairs

5.14.8. * International affairs

5.14.9. * Official statistics

5.14.10. * Peace and conflict studies

5.14.11. * Police science

5.14.12. * Public administration

5.14.12.1. o Nonprofit administration

5.14.12.2. o Non-governmental organization (NGO) administration

5.14.13. * Public policy

5.14.13.1. o Education policy

5.14.13.2. o Environmental policy

5.14.13.3. o Fiscal policy

5.14.13.4. o Health policy

5.14.13.5. o Trade policy

5.15. Social Work

5.15.1. * Child welfare

5.15.2. * Community practice

5.15.2.1. o Community organizing

5.15.2.2. o Social policy

5.15.3. * Gerontology

5.15.4. * Medical social work

5.15.5. * Mental health

5.15.6. * School social work

5.16. Transportation

5.16.1. * Highway safety

5.16.2. * Infographics

5.16.3. * Intermodal transportation studies

5.16.4. * Marine transportation

5.16.4.1. o Port management

5.16.5. * Operations research

5.16.6. * Mass transit