Subjection to rule; submissiveness to order and control; habit of obedience.
The subject matter of instruction; a branch of knowledge.
A broad field of study as psychology physics, English, or computer science.
An academic department or major at Wheaton.
Discipline in the Irish context refers to the branches of nursing which are registerable with the Board, namely general, psychiatry, mental handicap, midwifery, sick children's, public health nursing and nurse tutors.
and individual branch of study within the social sciences, such as anthropology
A single field of study, such as special education, physical therapy, social work, speech-language pathology, etc.
A field of study and/or knowledge.
Subject of study, e.g. computer science.
A subject that is taught; a field of study.
See "Academic discipline."
branch of learning/knowledge; field of study.
A field of study in which a student may concentrate, such as sociology, anthropology, or mathematics.
a branch of knowledge; "in what discipline is his doctorate?"; "teachers should be well trained in their subject"; "anthropology is the study of human beings"
a body of knowledge, theory, and technique that must be studied and mastered to be put into practice
a branch of an Olympic sport comprising one or more events
a branch of a profession or an academic field of knowledge
a branch of a profession or an academicfield of knowledge
a branch of learning, which may have its own distinct way of gathering and assessing knowledge
a coherent body of principles and methods appropriate to the analysis of some particular subject matter
a field of scholarship held together by a focus on a common set of problems, such as the organism, the cosmos, or the behavior of animals
a general area of study
an academic field of study or inquiry usually, but not always, co-terminous with a department
an area of study, eg history or English
an area of study or a subject
a principled model of a coherent body of research and practice, while a CURRICULUM is a set of courses or program of study leading to a degree or certificate
a recognized subject area or field of study within which courses and research are structured
a related grouping of courses in a specified subject area
a system of questions and procedures, often associated with a particular subject
a subfunction of the Information Classification Structure (ICS) that classifies and groups courses (according to their subject matter content) into specific clusters. (For example: 1.16 is Mathematics, 1.23 is Health, etc.) Several degree programs may be included in a single discipline.
A field of study or content area (e.g. social studies or science).
Refers to courses within a specific subject area, for example, English in Humanities, biology in the Sciences, or accounting in Administrative Studies.
The university equivalent of a "subject" in high school.
an individual field of study, such as history, biology or psychology.
Organized field of learning dealing with basic subject areas into which all knowledge can be divided. The major disciplines are Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities.
This refers to an area of study, or to the faculty who teach in that subject.
a field of related studies, eg the disciplines of physics, mathematics, history, Latin. Some schools are divided into a number of disciplines; eg the School of Asian Languages and Studies includes the following disciplines: Asian Studies, Chinese, Indonesian, and Japanese.
In academic administration, it is an overall area of major study such as chemistry, physics, mathematics, etc. Within those disciplines are more specific programs that confer an award (degree). For example, Scientific Photography is a degree program in the discipline of Physics.
A distinctive form of knowledge such as Philosophy, Mathematics, Empirical Sciences, Social Sciences, History, Religion, Morals and Aesthetics as disciplines and identify sub-disciplines such as Physics, Economics, Biology.
Same as a subject (e.g., Philosophy, History, Religion).
A branch of knowledge or instruction, or a general subject such as psychology, philosophy, or geology.
One of the three major divisions of knowledge: 1) Science, 2) Social Science, 3) Humanities. Also, a field of academic study. Colleges and universities are usually organized around disciplines, represented by academic departments such as psychology, education, chemistry, etc. (Unit 2 Starting Your Search; Unit 5 The Great GALILEO)
A field of study (e.g., oceanography, meteorology, geology, land biology). Source: ESADS.
When referring to health care or education it means a particular field of study, such as medicine, occupational therapy, nursing, recreation therapy or others.
A subject area or branch of knowledge.
Same as a subject (e.g. English, history, physics)
A branch of knowledge (ex. social sciences or humanities).
A branch of knowledge or learning. Humanities, Sciences, and Social Sciences are the three disciplines of American higher education.
A branch of knowledge or teaching. Typically refers to an area of study or a major field.
Reference to a particular field of study within health care and its professionals, such as physicians, nurses, technicians, etc.
An organized field of study or branch of knowledge, e.g., 200 Religion, 530 Physics, 364 Criminology. In the DDC, subjects are arranged by disciplines. See also Subject.
group of researchers/practitioners/ who follow a given boundary of study. e.g. the disciplines of law, architecture, zoology etc. Trans-discipline:- that which goes across disciplines; which can gather individual disciplines at a higher order, thus permitting a 'means' of dialogue where none existed. Working with comparable systemic groups of individual disciplines.
A distinct academic area of study. At RIT, most programs are interdisciplinary, or include course work from a variety of areas of study.
a field of study within a department of a post-secondary institution.
A branch of learning or field of study.
An area of study representing a branch of knowledge, such as Mathematics.
A field of study. See Major.
A defined area of academic study (for example all types of engineering).
an approved sequence of units in related areas. For example, applicants seeking admission to the course Graduate Diploma in Science (GradDipSc) are required to select a â€˜major sequenceâ€™ in a discipline offered by the faculty.
An academic field of study such as history, psychology, or biology. Often books and articles published by members of a discipline and intended for other scholars are called the literature of the discipline — referring not to literary expression but to research publications in the field. up to directory
A branch or area of learning.
A subject of study within a department.