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Eligible disciplines for the Fulbright Senior Specialists Program are listed below. Each eligible
discipline has designated subdisciplines. At the time of application, an applicant will select a
discipline and one subdiscipline from the list of available specializations within the discipline
selected. Additional specializations may be entered in the “Additional Expertise” section of the
application.

Requiring applicants to select a primary discipline and specialization assists prospective
applicants in discerning whether they are eligible to apply to the Fulbright Senior Specialists
Program. CIES uses the primary disciplines and subdisciplines to assign applicants during the
peer review process. The discipline you select must match your academic and professional
credentials.

The discipline categories are also used by CIES in matching roster candidates with projects,
although they do not preclude roster candidates from participation in grant opportunities that are
outside their primary discipline but for which they are qualified. Identification by primary
discipline and specialization is not intended to pigeonhole applicants or roster candidates.

Eligibility Criteria

The Fulbright Senior Specialist Program is open to qualified U.S. scholars and professionals in
the disciplines listed above. Applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion,
sex, age, national origin and /or physical impairment.
Applicants must meet all of the following minimum eligibility requirements. In matching
candidates with grant opportunities, preference will be given to candidates with the most relevant
professional experience.

        U.S. citizen at the time of application. Permanent resident status is not sufficient. If a
         naturalized citizen, applicant must provide actual date of naturalization.

        For academics, a Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree at the time of
         application plus a minimum of five years of post-doctoral teaching or professional
         experience in the field in which you are applying.

        Limits apply to previous Fulbright Scholar grantees
         Important Message from the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board about Newly
         Adopted Eligibility Guidelines for all those applying for awards in the 2007-2008 year and
         all years beyond.
         Preference will be given to candidates who have not had previous Fulbright grants. However,
         recipients of a basic Fulbright grant are eligible to receive another basic Fulbright grant five years
         after the date of completion of the previous grant. (For serial grants, the five-year period begins at
         the end of the final grant in the series.) The five-year requirement between two basic grants does
         not apply to short-term grants, which are defined as grants of under two months duration. (See
         also Short-term Grants). Waiting periods with regard to short-term and basic grants are as follows.

a. Recipients of a short-term grant are eligible to receive a basic grant two years after the date of
   completion of the preceding short-term grant.

b. Recipients of a basic grant are eligible to receive a short-term grant two years after the date of
   completion of the preceding basic grant.
c. Recipients of a short-term grant are eligible to receive another short-term grant two years after the
   completion of the preceding short-term grant.

Number of awards:
The maximum number of any combination of basic Fulbright grants for Scholars and Teachers is limited to
two with the following conditions and exceptions:

a. that a Student grant does not count towards this lifetime limit;

b. that a short-term grant (two months or less) shall count as ½ of a basic Fulbright grant for purposes of
   counting in a lifetime limit and shall not exceed two in a lifetime.

    For professionals and artists outside academia, recognized professional standing and
    substantial professional accomplishments plus a minimum of five years of professional
    experience in the field in which you are applying (Note: Senior Specialists work with
    colleagues at non-U.S. post-secondary, academic institutions. In the application,
    professionals and artists outside academe should highlight 1) experience as a
    college/university teacher or trainer and/or 2) how their experience could benefit foreign
    academic institutions).

        Disclosure of prior conviction or current indictment for commission of a felony. Prior
         conviction or current indictment may result in disqualification.

        Employees, spouses or dependent children of the United States Department of State or
         public and private organizations under contract to the United States Department of State
         exchange programs are ineligible to apply for a Fulbright grant until one year after the
         employee's termination.

        Fulbright senior specialists must be residing in the United States at the time they are
         approved for a grant and intend to return to their U.S. institution after the grant's
         completion. Roster applicants or candidates need not necessarily be residing in the United
         States in order to be approved or accepted for the roster, but must be residing in the
         United States in order to receive a grant.

After State Department approval of the project, CIES contacts the preferred candidate indicated
by the requesting institution or, for open requests, contacts appropriate Specialist candidates to
ascertain their interest and availability for the project. CIES processes the grant and administers
the grant payment for the candidate ultimately selected for the Specialist project.

Duration of grants

The program will award grants ranging from two to six weeks and will make use of serial grants
if deemed necessary.

Terms of the grant

Grant benefits include international economy fare travel and approved related expenses plus a
$200 per day honorarium. The honorarium is payable upon completion of the grant and
submission of an online final report and travel expense report. Host institutions normally cover
in-country per diem costs for lodging, meals and transportation.
Fulbright Senior Specialists Program: Eligible Disciplines and Subdisciplines

Eligible disciplines, with their designated subdisciplines, for the Fulbright Senior Specialists
Program are listed below. The list is also available on CIES Web site:
http://www.cies.org/specialists/#discipline.


Agriculture
American (U.S.) Studies
Anthropology
Applied Linguistics/TEFL
Archaeology
Business Administration
Communications and Journalism
Economics
Education
Environmental Science
Information Technology
Law
Library Science
Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies
Political Science
Public Administration
Public/Global Health
Social Work
Sociology
Urban Planning
Agriculture

Agribusiness
Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics
Agricultural Engineering
Agricultural Education
Agricultural Information Technology
Agroecology
Agro/Farm Forestry
Agronomy
Animal and Poultry Sciences
Aquaculture
Botany (i.e. Plant Biology)
Biochemistry
Bioinformatics (i.e. Biological Statistics and Computational Biology)
Biological Systems/Food Engineering
Biophysics
Crop Science
Dairy Science
Enology
Entomology
Extension Education
Floriculture
Food Science/Technology
Genomics
Horticulture
Hydrology
Molecular Biology
Natural Resource Conservation
Nematology
Nutritional Sciences
Olericulture
Ornamental Horticulture
Parasitology
Pest Management
Plant Breeding and Genetics
Plant Pathology
Plant Physiology
Pomology
Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences
Natural Resource Management and Policy
Seed Science/Technology
Soil Science
Statistical Science
Sustainable Agriculture
Turfgrass Science
Veterinary Medicine
Viticulture
Weed Science
Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
Youth Agricultural Education

American (U.S.) Studies

Applicant's multidisciplinary credentials must strongly reflect a background of either an
American (U.S.) Studies or a comparative American (U.S.) Studies focus.

African-American Studies
American Indian/Native American Studies
American Literature (United States)
American/United States Government and Politics
American/United States History
American/United States Studies/Civilization
Art History
Communications
Cultural Studies/Theory
Dance, General
Design and Visual Communications, General
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
Film/Cinema Studies
Fine Arts
Folklore/Folklife
Humanities
International/Cross-Cultural Studies
Material Culture/Historic Preservation
Multiculturalism (Race, Gender, Ethnicity, Class)
Music/Music and Performing Arts Studies, General
Popular Culture
Regional Studies
Religion
U.S. Studies, Other
Women's Studies/Gender Studies

Anthropology

Anthropology, Other
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies African Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies American/United States Studies/Civilization
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies, General
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Asian Studies/Civilization
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Balkans Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Baltic Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Canadian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Caribbean Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Central/Middle and Eastern European Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Chinese Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Commonwealth Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-East Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-European Studies/Civilization
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-French Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-German Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Italian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Japanese Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Korean Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Latin American Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Near and Middle Eastern Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Pacific Area/Pacific Rim Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Polish Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Regional Studies (U S, Canadian, Foreign
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Russian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Scandinavian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Slavic Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-South Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Southeast Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Spanish and Iberian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Tibetan Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Ukraine Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Ural-Altaic and Central Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Western European Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies African-American/Black Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies- Asian-American Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies, Other
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies-American Indian/Native American Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies-Gay/Lesbian Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, and Gender Studies-Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-
American/Chicano Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies-Women's Studies
Islamic Studies
Jewish /Judaic Studies
Linguistics
Museum Studies/Museology
Physical Anthropology

Applied Linguistics/TEFL

Applicants with Ph.D. or ED.D. preferred. Please note that Applied Linguistics/TEFL projects
under FSSP will focus on activities which will assist foreign educators in the Applied
Linguistics/TEFL such as needs assessment, curriculum development and teacher training, not
actual classroom instruction of students learning English. Teacher training would include
instruction of future TEFL teachers.

Cross Cultural Communication
Curriculum Design and Development
Discourse Analysis
Dual/Multi Language Proficiency
Grammatical Analysis
Language Acquisition
Language Assessment
Language Disorders
Language for Specific Purposes
Language Pedagogy or Teaching Methodology
Language Policy and Planning
Language Skills Development - Drama
Language Skills Development - Listening
Language Skills Development - Reading
Language Skills Development - Speaking
Language Skills Development - Vocabulary
Language Skills Development - Writing
Linguistic Analysis
Literacy, Adult
Literacy, Cross Cultural
Literacy, Foreign Language
Literacy, Pre K-12
Materials Development
Phonetics
Pragmatics
Psycholinguistics
Rhetoric and Stylistics
Second/Foreign Language Acquisition
Second Language Development
Second/Foreign Language Pedagogy or Teaching Methodology
Sociolinguistics
Technology in Language Learning

Archaeology

Archaeology, General
Archaeology, Other
Archaeometry
Art History, Criticism and Conservation
Botanical Archaeology
Ceramics
Classical Archaeology
Cultural Resource Management and Historic Preservation
Ethnohistory/Ethnoarchaeology
Geoarchaeology
Historic Archaeology
Human Origins and Evolution
Litics
Mapping and Geographic Information Systems
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Museum Studies/Museology
Numismatics
Regional Studies/Africa, Sub-Saharan
Regional Studies/Americas
Regional Studies/Asia
Regional Studies/Europe
Regional Studies/Mediterranean and Near East
Rock Art
Underwater and Maritime Archaeology
Zooarchaeology
Business Administration

Accounting
Accounting and Business/Management
Accounting and Finance
Accounting and Related Services, Other
Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping
Actuarial Science
Auditing
Banking and Financial Support Services
Business Administration, Other
Business Administration/Management
Business Statistics
Business/Commerce, General
Business/Corporate Communications
Business/Managerial Economics
Business/Managerial Operations, Other
Credit Management
Customer Service Management
E-Commerce/Electronic Commerce
Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies
Finance and Financial Management Services, Other
Finance, General
Financial Planning and Services
Franchising and Franchise Operations
General Sales, Merchandising and Related Marketing Operation
Hospitality Administration/Management, General
Human Resources Development
Human Resources Management and Services, Other
Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
Information Resources Management/CIO Training
Insurance
International Business/Trade/Commerce
International Finance
International Marketing
Investments and Securities
Knowledge Management
Labor and Industrial Relations
Labor Studies
Logistics and Materials Management
Management Information Systems and Services, Other
Management Information Systems, General
Management Science, General
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods, Other
Marketing Research
Marketing, Other
Marketing/Marketing Management, General
Non-Profit/Public/Organizational Management
Office Management and Supervision
Operations Management and Supervision
Organizational Behavior Studies
Public Finance
Purchasing, Procurement/Acquisitions and Contracts Management
Real Estate
Small Business Administration/Management
Taxation
Transportation/Transportation Management

Communications and Journalism

Advertising
Broadcast Journalism
Communications and Journalism, Other
Communications and Media Studies, Other
Communications Studies/Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Digital Communications and Media/Multimedia
 Health Communications
Journalism
Journalism, Other
Mass Communications/Media Studies
Organizational Communication, General
Photojournalism
Political Communications
Public Relations, Advertising and Applied Communications
Public Relations/Image Management
Publishing
Radio and Television
Radio, Television and Digital Communications, Other

Economics

Agricultural Economics
Applied Economics
Business/Managerial Economics
Comparative Economic Systems
Consumer Economics
Development Economics and International Development
Econometrics and Quantitative Economics
Economic History
Economic Policy
Economic Statistics
Economic Theory
Economics of Social Policy
Economics, General
Economics, Other
Finance
International Economics
Labor Economics
Monetary Economics
Natural Resource Economics
Public Economics
Education

Applicants with Ph.D. or ED.D. preferred. Please note that applicants of Education should be:
members of faculties or schools of education, academics teaching pedagogy of specific fields
(either through a school of education or through the academic department of the specific field),
career academic administrators or professional education consultants in the areas listed.

Administration of Special Education
Adult and Continuing Education Administration
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching
Adult Literacy Tutor/Instructor
Bilingual and Multilingual Education
College Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Community College Education
Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services
Curriculum and Instruction
Early Childhood Education and Teaching
Education, Other
Education/Teaching of Individuals in Early childhood Special Education Programs
Education/Teaching of Individuals who are Developmentally Delayed
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Autism
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Emotional Disturbances
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Hearing Impairments, including Deafness
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Mental Retardation
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Multiple Disabilities
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Orthopedic and Other Physical Health Impairments
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Specific Learning Disabilities
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Vision Impairments, Including Blindness
Education/Teaching of the Gifted and Talented
Educational Administration and Supervision, Other
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research, Other
Educational Assessment, Testing, and Measurement
Educational Evaluation and Research
Educational Leadership and Administration, General
Educational Statistics and Research Methods
Educational, Instructional, and Curriculum Supervision
Educational/Instructional Media Design
Elementary and Middle School Administration
Elementary Education and Teaching
Higher Education/Higher Education Administration
International and Comparative Education
Junior High/Intermediate/Middle School Education and Teaching
Kindergarten/ Preschool Education and Teaching
Montessori Teacher Education
Multicultural Education
Secondary Education and Teaching
Secondary School Administration
Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
Special Education and Teaching, General
Student Counseling and Personnel Services, Other
Superintendency and Educational System Administration
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Other
Teacher Education, Multiple Levels
Urban Education and Leadership
Waldorf/Steiner Teacher Education

Environmental Science

Aquaculture
Aquatic Biology/Limnology
Botany
Commercial Fishing
Conservation Biology
Ecology
Ecology
Environmental Biology
Environmental Health
Environmental Science, General
Environmental Science, Other
Environmental Studies
Fishing and Fisheries Sciences and Management
Forest Engineering
Forest Management/Forest Resources Management
Forest Resources Production and Management
Forest Sciences and Biology
Forestry, General
Genetics
Geology
Hydrology
Land Use Planning and Management/Development
Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
Natural Resource Economics
Natural Resources and Conservation Other
Natural Resources Management and Policy
Natural Resources Management and Policy, Other
Natural Resources/Conservation, General
Park/Parks Administration Management
Plant Sciences
Public Policy Analysis
Range Science and Management
Soil Chemistry/Physics
Soil Sciences
Urban Forestry
Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management
Wildlife and Wildlands Science and Management
Wildlife Biology
Wood Science and Wood Products/Pulp and Paper Technology
Zoology
Information Technology

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Bioinformatics
Cognitive Science
Computational Mathematics
Computer and Information Sciences ands Support Services, Other
Computer and Information Sciences, General
Computer and Information Systems Security
Computer Engineering, General
Computer Graphics
Computer Programming, Specific Applications
Computer Programming, Vendor/Product Certification
Computer Programming/Programmer, General
Computer Science
Computer Software and Media Applications, Other
Computer Systems Analysis/Analyst
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
Data Modeling/Warehousing and Database Administration
Information Resources Management/CIO Training
Information Science/Studies
Information Technology
Library Science/Librarianship
Management Information Systems, General
Medical Informatics
System Administration/Administrator
System, Networking, and LAN/WAN Management/Manager
Systems Science and Theory
Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design
Web/Multimedia Management and Webmaster

Law

Administrative Law and Regulation
Advanced Property Law and Real Estate Law
Antitrust and Competition Law
Bankruptcy Law
Civil and Human Rights Law
Civil Procedure and Judicial Process
Commercial Law/Business Transactions
Communications Law
Comparative Law
Constitutional Law and Theory
Corporate Law
Criminal Law and Procedure
Cyber Law and Technology
Employment and Labor Law
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Environmental Law
Family Law
Federal Law and Federalism
Financial Services Law (Banking, Securities, Insurance)
Gender and the Law
Government Law (local, state and national)
Health Law
Intellectual Property
International Business, Trade and Tax Law
International Law and Legal Studies
Jurisprudence
Law and Economics
Law, Legal Services and Legal Studies, Other
Legal Education and Administration
Legal History
Legal Profession/Legal Ethics/Professional Responsibility
Legal Services, Clinical and Public Interest Law
Legal Services, Clinical and Public Interest Law
Local Government Law
Negotiation, Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Race and Race Relations
Regulatory Law
Taxation
Torts, Insurance and Compensation Systems

Library Science

Administration of Special Education
Archives and Preservation
Children's and Young Adult Librarianship
Collections
Education of Library and Information Specialists
Information Systems and Technology
Library Science, General
Library Science, Other
Multimedia Materials
Museology
Public Libraries
Records Management
Reference and User Services
School Libraries
Special Libraries

Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies

Applicant’s credentials must reflect Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies as primary scholarly
focus and include evidence of practical expertise.

Business- Commercial, Alternative Dispute Resolution
Business- Commercial, Labor Negotiation
Business- Commercial, Mediation
Business- Commercial, Negotiation
Business- Commercial, Workplace Violence Prevention
Community- Public Policy, Dispute Resolution
Community- Public Policy, Growth/Urban Sprawl
Community- Public Policy, Site Specific Conflict
Community- Public Policy, Violence Prevention
Democratization
Diplomacy, Citizen Diplomacy
Diplomacy, Preventative Diplomacy
Disarmament
Economic Sanctions
Education- Peer Mediation
Education- School Violence Prevention
Human Rights
Humanitarian Aid
Inter-Group, Ethnic Conflict Prevention
Inter-Group, GLBT Rights
Inter-Group, Hate Crime Prevention
Inter-Group, Multicultural Conflict Resolution
Inter-Group, Multiculturalism
Inter-Group, Race/ Ethnic Relations
International Arbitration
Mediation
Negotiation
Nonproliferation
Peace Negotiation
Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, General
Peacebuilding
Peacekeeping
Peacemaking
Reconciliation
Terrorism, Bioterrorism Prevention
Terrorism, Homeland Defense
Terrorism, Prevention

Political Science

American Government and Politics (United States)
Comparative Politics
Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior
Federalism
International Relations and Affairs
Political Economy
Political Organizations and Parties
Political Science and Government, General
Political Science and Government, Other
Political Theory
Public Policy Analysis
Religion/Race/Ethnicity in Politics
U.S. Foreign Policy
Women and Politics
Public Administration

Community Organization and Advocacy
Criminal Justice Administration
Human Services, General
Intergovernmental Administration and Management
Natural Resources Management
Personnel Administration and Labor Relations
Public Administration and Services, Other
Public Administration Education
Public Administration Research
Public Administration, Budgeting and Financial Management
Public Administration, Ethics
Public Administration, General
Public Administration, Health and Human Services
Public Performance and Management
Public Policy Analysis
Public Transportation Policy and Administration
Science, Technology and Society
Social Work
Youth Services/Administration

Public/Global Health

Applicant’s professional credentials must clearly demonstrate public/global health focus. Work
experience solely as a clinician is not sufficient.

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Chiropractic Health Care
Community Health and Preventive Medicine
Community Health Planning and Policy Development
Dental Public Health
Environmental Health
Food and Nutrition
Gerontological Health
Health Services Administration
Health/Medical Physics
HIV/AIDS
Injury Control and Emergency Health Services
International Public Health/International Health
Laboratory
Maternal and Child Health
Medical Care
Mental Health
Occupational Health Education and Promotion
Podiatric Health
Population, Family Planning and Reproductive Health
Public Health Education and Promotion
Public Health, General
Public Health, Other
Public Health/Community Nurse/Nursing
School Health Education and Services
Social Work
Statistics
Veterinary Preventive Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health
Vision Care

Social Work

Aging
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Child Welfare
Clinical Social Work
Criminology
Health
Medical Social Work
Mental Health
Poverty and Social Justice
School Social Work
Social Administration/Social Policy
Social Work, General
Social Work, Other
Youth Services/Administration

Sociology

Area Studies, Other
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies -African Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies- American/United States Studies/Civilization
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Asian Studies/Civilization
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Balkans Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Baltic Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Canadian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Caribbean Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Central/Middle and Eastern European Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Chinese Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Commonwealth Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-East Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-European Studies/Civilization
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-French Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-German Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Italian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Japanese Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Korean Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Latin American Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Near and Middle Eastern Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Pacific Area/Pacific Rim Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Polish Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Regional Studies (U S, Canadian, Foreign)
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Russian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Scandinavian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Slavic Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-South Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Southeast Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Spanish and Iberian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Tibetan Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Ukraine Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Ural-Altaic and Central Asian Studies
Area, Ethnic and Cultural Studies-Western European Studies
Criminology
Demography and Population Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, and Gender Studies African-American/Black Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies- Asian-American Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies, Other
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies-American Indian/Native American Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies-Gay/Lesbian Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, and Gender Studies-Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-
American/Chicano Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies-Women's Studies
Islamic Studies
Jewish/Judaic Studies
Rural Sociology
Social Psychology
Sociology, General
Urban Studies/Affairs

Urban Planning

Architecture
City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Civil Engineering
Development Economics and International Development
Environmental Design/Architecture
Health Planning
Housing and Community Development
Housing and Human Environments, General
Human Services Planning
Land Use Planning and Management/Development
Urban Planning, Other
Urban Studies/ Affairs (Social Sciences)

				
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