Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education - Graduate Instructional Program - Doctoral Degree Programs

Doctoral Degree Programs

Institutions that offer doctoral degrees, including medical and veterinary degrees, are classified by the field in which they award degrees.

  • Single doctoral (education) (S-Doc/Ed) only award doctoral degrees in education.
  • Single doctoral (other field) (S-Doc/Other) only award doctoral degrees in a single non-education field.
  • Comprehensive doctoral with medical/veterinary (CompDoc/MedVet) (a) award doctorates in the humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields, (b) graduate or professional degrees in one or more professional fields, and (c) award medical or veterinary doctoral degrees.
  • Comprehensive doctoral (no medical/veterinary) (CompDoc/NMedVet) (a) award doctorates in the humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields, (b) graduate or professional degrees in one or more professional fields, and (c) do not award medical or veterinary doctoral degrees.
  • Doctoral, humanities/social sciences dominant (Doc/HSS) award most of their doctorates in the humanities and social sciences.
  • Doctoral, STEM dominant (Doc/STEM) award most of their doctorates in STEM fields.
  • Doctoral, professional dominant (Doc/Prof) award most of their doctorates are awarded in professional fields other than engineering.

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