Survey respondent guide Academic Year 2015-2016

Tuition and living accommodation costs for full-time students at Canadian degree granting institutions (TLAC)
For the academic year 2015-2016

Centre for Education Statistics
April 2015

Completed questionnaire must be returned by June 12, 2015

Table of contents

I. Introduction
II. Instructions
III. Definitions
IV. Suggestions for improvements
Appendix A : Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP)

I. Introduction

A. Description

The Tuition and Living Accommodation Costs for Full-time Students at Canadian Degree-granting Institutions Survey was developed to provide student financial information (tuition fees and living accommodation costs) on all universities and degree-granting colleges in Canada.

This information:

- gives stakeholders, the public and students an annual guide to tuition costs as well as providing information on trends in tuition fees;
- contributes to a better understanding of the student financial position for that level of education;
- helps in the development of policies in this sector;
- is used to calculate the Consumer Price Index;
- facilitates interprovincial comparisons;
- facilitates comparisons across institutions.

B. Reference period

The actual cycle of this survey is for the 2015-2016 academic year.

C. Population

The target population is all public degree-granting institutions (universities and colleges) in Canada.

Please note that the survey is targeting institutions that have degree granting status for the school year 2015-2016. Institutions that do not have degree granting status should be excluded, even if they provide portions of programs that lead to a degree granted by another institution. The survey is being limited to institutions whose operations are primarily funded by provincial governments. Institutions without any grants from the Education department (and those who receive Grants from the Health department only) are not included.

Note: For universities participating for the first time and for colleges and university-colleges offering degrees, please fill in the questionnaire for degree programs only (not for other certificate or diploma programs offered).

D. Field of study

The fields of study classification for both graduate and undergraduate programs are adapted from the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) 2000, Statistics Canada's standard for field of study classification. The CIP's structure comprises several groupings developed jointly by Statistics Canada and the National Center for Education Statistics in the USA. It is based on work undertaken as part of the creation of the North American Product Classification System (NAPCS) by Canada, the United States and Mexico.

The CIP groupings are
Undergraduate programs:

- Education
- Visual and Performing Arts, and Communications Technologies
- Humanities
- Social and Behavioural Sciences
- Law, legal professions and studies
- Business, Management and Public Administration
- Physical and Life Sciences and Technologies
- Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences
- Engineering
- Architecture and Related Technologies
- Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation
- Dentistry
- Medicine
- Nursing
- Pharmacy
- Veterinary medicine
- Other Health, Parks, Recreation and Fitness
- Personal, Protective and Transportation Services
- Other

Graduate programs:
- Includes all the undergraduate program groupings plus;
- Executive MBA
- Regular MBA

In order to report discipline fees in the right program, please refer to
Appendix A: CIP groupings list for TLAC.

Most of the categories are straightforward, however please note those listed below as they have caused confusion in the past.

- Tuition fees for

  • - 31.0505 Kinesiology must be reported under Other Health, Parks, Recreation and Fitness program
  • - 31.0501 Health and Physical Education must be reported under Other Health, Parks, Recreation and Fitness program
  • - 03.0103 Environmental Studies must be reported under Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation program.
  • - 03.0104 Environmental Sciences must be reported under Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation program.

Note: Dental, Medical and Veterinary Residency Programs offered in teaching hospitals and similar locations that may lead to advanced professional certification are excluded.

For more information on the classification structure, you may go to the following link:

http://stds.statcan.gc.ca/cip-cpe/2digit-2chiffres-eng.asp

E. Submission Date

The completed questionnaire must be returned by June 12, 2015 by uploading the file back in the Secure Internet Site (E-File transfer Service). For the 'Authorization to release data' waiver, (page 7 of the document) please print it, sign it and return by fax at (613) 951-0709 or 1-800-755-5514.

If you require further information or assistance in completing this questionnaire, please do not hesitate to contact educationstats@statcan.gc.ca

II. Instructions

General

Whenever possible, final fees and living accommodation costs should be reported. If they have not yet been determined, your best estimate should be reported and the box showing that these are estimated fees for 2015-2016 should be checked.

Note: For reporting fees with decimals, please use a dot only (not a comma).

(For example $2415.45)

Tables produced by Statistics Canada reflect an academic year (8 months) for full-time students with a full course load. In the cases where the institutions do not report tuition fees based on the academic year, the following adjustments will be made to the data:

  1. Semester – semester fees will be multiplied by two to calculate academic year fees
  2. Per credit - credit fees will be multiplied by 30 credits (we assume 30 credits for an academic year) to calculate academic year fees

Previous year data for 2014-2015 of each part has been pre-filled. Please review the data and make any required changes.

Part A: Tuition fees for full-time students

When reporting "Tuition fees per full-time students" in part A, only the cost of tuition should be reported. Do not include additional fees for materials or equipment. If such program specific fees exist, please make a note in the area provided for comments.

The "Canadian Students" category in Part A includes Canadian citizens, permanent residents and all other non-foreign students paying the regular fees. If fees are different for "foreign students" category, please indicate in the comments section the rules determining how a student is classified as foreign.

For Quebec and Nova-Scotia, the Lower fees are for Canadian students with their permanent address in the province and the Upper fees represent those for students having an out-of-province permanent address.

Part B: Additional Compulsory fees for full-time Canadian Students

In part B, please report compulsory fees for full-time Canadian students in the first row of the table. Fees that differ according to field of study should be reported in the specific program rows below.

Important note: "Partial" compulsory fees such as Health Plan and Dental Plan fees that can be opted out by a student if proof of comparable coverage is presented should not be included in the compulsory fees but only indicated in the comments section.

Part C: Living accommodation costs at residences/housing

In part C, if it is not possible to separate the room and the meal plan costs for single students, only a total should be shown.

III. Definitions

Tuition Fees

Tuition that is charged to a full-time student (based on a full load of 30 credits per year).

Additional Compulsory fees

Fees that cover a range of services that varies from university to university, year to year, and even faculty to faculty or school to school within the same university. They include general fees (admission, registration, examination,, internship, etc.), technology fees, student services fees, student association fees, contributions to student activities, copyright fees, premiums for compulsory insurance plans, fees for athletics and recreational activities, and various other fees (transcript, degree, laboratory, uniform, etc.).
These fees are those that all students within each applicable program grouping must pay. One example of a compulsory fee that does not apply to every student is Laboratory Fees that are charged for classes with labs which is the cost of laboratory materials and supplies used by a student.

Excluded are 'partial' compulsory fees such as Health Plan and Dental Plan fees that can be opted out by a student if proof of comparable coverage is presented.

Athletics fees

Mandatory fees that support intercollegiate athletics, they cover athletics facilities and campus recreational activities (intramurals, fitness and recreation courses, etc.)

Health Services fees

Mandatory fees support the on-campus clinic facilities providing services of doctors and nurses.

Reminder: "Partial" compulsory fees such as Health Plan and Dental Plan fees that can be opted out by a student if proof of comparable coverage is presented should not be included in the compulsory fees but only indicated in the comments section.

Student Association fees
Mandatory fees support the general operating expenses of the association.

Other fees (Part B)

If compulsory fees are reported in "Other please specify" you must provide further details on the types of fees reported. Also, please indicate if the compulsory fee is determined by the institution's administration (e.g., a department of the institution such as the finance department or others) or by other groups independent of the institution (e.g., a group that is not influenced or directed by the university administration).

IV. Suggestions for improvements

Statistics Canada would welcome any suggestions for changes in the survey which you may wish to propose.

educationstats@statcan.gc.ca 1-800-307-3382 or 613-951-7608

Appendix A : Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP)

TLAC CIP

01- Education
13. Education
13.01 Education, General
13.02 Bilingual, Multilingual and Multicultural Education
13.03 Curriculum and Instruction
13.04 Educational Administration and Supervision
13.05 Educational/Instructional Media Design
13.06 Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Research
13.07 International and Comparative Education
13.09 Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
13.10 Special Education and Teaching
13.11 Student Counselling and Personnel Services
13.12 Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods
13.13 Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas
13.14 Teaching English or French as a Second or Foreign Language
13.15 Teaching Assistants/Aides
13.99 Education, Other

02- Visual and Performing Arts, and Communications Technologies
50. Visual and Performing Arts
50.01 Visual and Performing Arts, General
50.02 Crafts/Craft Design, Folk Art and Artisanry
50.03 Dance
50.04 Design and Applied Arts
50.05 Drama/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft
50.06 Film/Video and Photographic Arts
50.07 Fine Arts and Art Studies
50.09 Music
50.99 Visual and Performing Arts, Other

10. Communications Technologies/Technicians and Support Services
10.01 Communications Technology/Technician
10.02 Audiovisual Communications Technologies/Technicians
10.03 Graphic Communications
10.99 Communications Technologies/Technicians and Support Services, Other

03- Humanities
16. Aboriginal and Foreign Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.01 Linguistic, Comparative and Related Language Studies and Services
16.02 African Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.03 East Asian Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.04 Slavic, Baltic and Albanian Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.05 Germanic Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.06 Modern Greek Language and Literature
16.07 South Asian Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.08 Iranian/Persian Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.09 Romance Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.10 Aboriginal Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.11 Middle/Near Eastern and Semitic Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.12 Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.13 Celtic Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.14 Southeast Asian and Australasian/Pacific Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.15 Turkic, Ural-Altaic, Caucasian and Central Asian Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
16.16 Sign Language
16.17 Second Language Learning
16.99 Aboriginal and Foreign Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, Other
23. English Language and Literature/Letters
23.01 English Language and Literature, General
23.04 English Composition
23.05 English Creative Writing
23.07 Canadian and American Literature
23.08 English Literature (British and Commonwealth)
23.10 English Speech and Rhetorical Studies
23.11 English Technical and Business Writing
23.99 English Language and Literature/Letters, Other
24. Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
24.01 Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
30. Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies
30.13 Medieval and Renaissance Studies
30.21 Holocaust and Related Studies
30.22 Classical and Ancient Studies
38. Philosophy and Religious Studies
38.01 Philosophy, Logic and Ethics
38.02 Religion/Religious Studies
38.99 Philosophy and Religious Studies, Other
39. Theology and Religious Vocations
39.02 Bible/Biblical Studies
39.03 Missions/Missionary Studies and Missiology
39.04 Religious Education
39.05 Religious/Sacred Music
39.06 Theological and Ministerial Studies
39.07 Pastoral Counselling and Specialized Ministries
39.99 Theology and Religious Vocations, Other
54. History
54.01 History
55. French Language and Literature/Letters
55.01 French Language and Literature, General
55.03 French Composition
55.04 French Creative Writing
55.05 French Canadian Literature
55.06 French Literature (France and the French Community)
55.07 French Speech and Rhetorical Studies
55.08 French Technical and Business Writing
55.99 French Language and Literature/Letters, Other

04- Social and Behavioural Sciences

05. Area, Ethnic, Cultural and Gender Studies
05.01 Area Studies
05.02 Ethnic, Cultural Minority and Gender Studies
05.99 Area, Ethnic, Cultural and Gender Studies, Other
09. Communication, Journalism and Related Programs
09.01 Communication and Media Studies
09.04 Journalism
09.07 Radio, Television and Digital Communication
09.09 Public Relations, Advertising and Applied Communication
09.10 Publishing
09.99 Communication, Journalism and Related Programs, Other
19. Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
19.00 Work and Family Studies
19.01 Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General
19.02 Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences Business Services
19.04 Family and Consumer Economics and Related Services
19.05 Foods, Nutrition and Related Services
19.06 Housing and Human Environments
19.07 Human Development, Family Studies and Related Services
19.09 Apparel and Textiles
19.99 Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, Other
30. Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies
30.05 Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
30.10 Biopsychology
30.11 Gerontology
30.14 Museology/Museum Studies
30.15 Science, Technology and Society
30.17 Behavioural Sciences
30.20 International/Global Studies
30.23 Intercultural/Multicultural and Diversity Studies
30.25 Cognitive Science
42. Psychology
42.01 Psychology, General
42.02 Clinical Psychology
42.03 Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguistics
42.04 Community Psychology
42.05 Comparative Psychology
42.06 Counselling Psychology
42.07 Developmental and Child Psychology
42.08 Experimental Psychology
42.09 Industrial and Organizational Psychology
42.10 Personality Psychology
42.11 Physiological Psychology/Psychobiology
42.16 Social Psychology
42.17 School Psychology
42.18 Educational Psychology
42.19 Psychometrics and Quantitative Psychology
42.20 Clinical Child Psychology
42.21 Environmental Psychology
42.22 Geropsychology
42.23 Health/Medical Psychology
42.24 Psychopharmacology
42.25 Family Psychology
42.26 Forensic Psychology
42.99 Psychology, Other
45. Social Sciences
45.01 Social Sciences, General
45.02 Anthropology
45.03 Archeology
45.04 Criminology
45.05 Demography and Population Studies
45.06 Economics
45.07 Geography and Cartography
45.09 International Relations and Affairs
45.10 Political Science and Government
45.11 Sociology
45.12 Urban Studies/Affairs
45.99 Social Sciences, Other

05- Law
22. Legal Professions and Studies
22. Legal Professions and Studies
22.00 Non-professional General Legal Studies (Undergraduate)
22.01 Law (LLB, JD, BCL)
22.02 Legal Research and Advanced Professional Studies (Post-LLB/JD)
22.03 Legal Support Services
22.99 Legal Professions and Studies, Other

06- Business, Management and Public Administration
30. Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies
30.16 Accounting and Computer Science
44. Public Administration and Social Service Professions
44.00 Human Services, General
44.02 Community Organization and Advocacy
44.04 Public Administration
44.05 Public Policy Analysis
44.07 Social Work
44.99 Public Administration and Social Service Professions, Other
52. Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services ( excluding the MBA programs).
52.01 Business/Commerce, General
52.02 Business Administration, Management and Operations
52.03 Accounting and Related Services
52.04 Business Operations Support and Assistant Services
52.05 Business/Corporate Communications
52.06 Business/Managerial Economics
52.07 Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
52.08 Finance and Financial Management Services
52.09 Hospitality Administration/Management
52.10 Human Resources Management and Services
52.11 International Business/Trade/Commerce
52.12 Management Information Systems and Services
52.13 Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods
52.14 Marketing
52.15 Real Estate
52.16 Taxation
52.17 Insurance
52.18 General Sales, Merchandising and Related Marketing Operations
52.19 Specialized Sales, Merchandising and Marketing Operations
52.20 Construction Management
52.99 Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services, Other

07- Physical and Life Sciences and Technologies
26. Biological and Biomedical Sciences
26.01 Biology, General
26.02 Biochemistry/Biophysics and Molecular Biology
26.03 Botany/Plant Biology
26.04 Cell/Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences
26.05 Microbiological Sciences and Immunology
26.07 Zoology/Animal Biology
26.08 Genetics
26.09 Physiology, Pathology and Related Sciences
26.10 Pharmacology and Toxicology
26.11 Biomathematics and Bioinformatics
26.12 Biotechnology
26.13 Ecology, Evolution, Systematics and Population Biology
26.99 Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other
30. Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies
30.01 Biological and Physical Sciences
30.18 Natural Sciences
30.19 Nutrition Sciences
30.24 Neuroscience
40. Physical Sciences40.01 Physical Sciences, General
40.02 Astronomy and Astrophysics
40.04 Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology
40.05 Chemistry
40.06 Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences
40.08 Physics
40.99 Physical Sciences, Other
41. Science Technologies/Technicians
41.01 Biology Technician/Biotechnology Laboratory Technician
41.02 Nuclear and Industrial Radiologic Technologies/Technicians
41.03 Physical Science Technologies/Technicians
41.99 Science Technologies/Technicians, Other

08- Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences
11. Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
11.01 Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, General
11.02 Computer Programming
11.03 Data Processing and Data Processing Technology/Technician
11.04 Information Science/Studies
11.05 Computer Systems Analysis/Analyst
11.06 Data Entry/Microcomputer Applications
11.07 Computer Science
11.08 Computer Software and Media Applications
11.09 Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
11.10 Computer/Information Technology Administration and Management
11.99 Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other
25. Library Science
25.01 Library Science/Librarianship
25.03 Library Assistant/Technician
25.99 Library Science, Other
27. Mathematics and Statistics
27.01 Mathematics
27.03 Applied Mathematics
27.05 Statistics
27.99 Mathematics and Statistics, Other
30. Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies
30.06 Systems Science and Theory
30.08 Mathematics and Computer Science

09- Engineering
14. Engineering
14.01 Engineering, General
14.02 Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
14.03 Agricultural/Biological Engineering and Bioengineering
14.04 Architectural Engineering
14.05 Biomedical/Medical Engineering
14.06 Ceramic Sciences and Engineering
14.07 Chemical Engineering
14.08 Civil Engineering
14.09 Computer Engineering
14.10 Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering
14.11 Engineering Mechanics
14.12 Engineering Physics
14.13 Engineering Science
14.14 Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering
14.18 Materials Engineering
14.19 Mechanical Engineering
14.20 Metallurgical Engineering
14.21 Mining and Mineral Engineering
14.22 Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
14.23 Nuclear Engineering
14.24 Ocean Engineering
14.25 Petroleum Engineering
14.27 Systems Engineering
14.28 Textile Sciences and Engineering
14.31 Materials Science
14.32 Polymer/Plastics Engineering
14.33 Construction Engineering
14.34 Forest Engineering
14.35 Industrial Engineering
14.36 Manufacturing Engineering
14.37 Operations Research
14.38 Surveying Engineering
14.39 Geological/Geophysical Engineering
14.99 Engineering, Other
15. Engineering Technologies/Technicians
15.00 Engineering Technology, General
15.01 Architectural Engineering Technology/Technician
15.02 Civil Engineering Technology/Technician
15.03 Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologies/Technicians
15.04 Electromechanical and Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies/Technicians
15.05 Environmental Control Technologies/Technicians
15.06 Industrial Production Technologies/Technicians
15.07 Quality Control and Safety Technologies/Technicians
15.08 Mechanical Engineering Related Technologies/Technicians
15.09 Mining and Petroleum Technologies/Technicians
15.10 Construction Engineering Technology/Technician
15.11 Engineering-related Technologies
15.12 Computer Engineering Technologies/Technicians
15.13 Drafting/Design Engineering Technologies/Technicians
15.14 Nuclear Engineering Technology/Technician
15.15 Engineering/Industrial Management
15.99 Engineering Technologies/Technicians, Other

10- Architecture and Related Technologies
04. Architecture and Related Services
04.02 Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
04.03 City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
04.04 Environmental Design/Architecture
04.05 Interior Architecture
04.06 Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
04.08 Architectural History and Criticism
04.09 Architectural Technology/Technician
04.99 Architecture and Related Services, Other
30. Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies
30.12 Historic Preservation and Conservation
46. Construction Trades
46.00 Construction Trades, General
46.01 Masonry/Mason
46.02 Carpentry/Carpenter
46.03 Electrical and Power Transmission Installers
46.04 Building/Construction Finishing, Management and Inspection
46.05 Plumbing and Related Water Supply Services
46.99 Construction Trades, Other
47. Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians
47.00 Mechanics and Repairers, General
47.01 Electrical/Electronics Maintenance and Repair Technology
47.02 Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation and Refrigeration Maintenance Technology/Technician (HAC, HACR, HVAC, HVACR)
47.03 Heavy/Industrial Equipment Maintenance Technologies
47.04 Precision Systems Maintenance and Repair Technologies
47.05 Stationary Energy Sources Installer and Operator
47.06 Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Technologies
47.99 Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians, Other
48. Precision Production
48.00 Precision Production Trades, General
48.03 Leatherworking and Upholstery
48.05 Precision Metal Working
48.07 Woodworking
48.08 Boilermaking/Boilermaker
48.99 Precision Production, Other

11- Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation
01. Agriculture, Agriculture Operations and Related Sciences
01.00 Agriculture, General
01.01 Agricultural Business and Management
01.02 Agricultural Mechanization
01.03 Agricultural Production Operations
01.04 Agricultural and Food Products Processing
01.05 Agricultural and Domestic Animal Services
01.06 Applied Horticulture/Horticultural Business Services
01.07 International Agriculture
01.08 Agricultural Public Services
01.09 Animal Sciences
01.10 Food Science and Technology
01.11 Plant Sciences
01.12 Soil Sciences
01.99 Agriculture, Agriculture Operations and Related Sciences, Other

03. Natural Resources and Conservation
03.01 Natural Resources Conservation and Research
03.0103 Environmental Studies
03.0104 Environmental Science
03.02 Natural Resources Management and Policy
03.03 Fishing and Fisheries Sciences and Management
03.05 Forestry
03.06 Wildlife and Wildlands Science and Management
03.99 Natural Resources and Conservation, Other

12- Medicine
51. Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
51.12 Medicine

13- Other health, Parks, Recreation and Fitness
31. Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies
31.01 Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies
31.03 Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management
31.05 Health and Physical Education/Fitness
31.0501 Health and Physical Education, General
31.0505 Kinesiology and Exercise Science
31.99 Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies, Other
51. Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
51.00 Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General
51.01 Chiropractic (DC)
51.02 Communication Disorders Sciences and Services
51.06 Dental Support Services and Allied Professions
51.0601 Dental assisting
51.0602 Dental hygiene
51.07 Health and Medical Administrative Services
51.0710 Medical clerk
51.08 Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services
51.0801 Medical assistant
51.0805 Pharmacy assistant
51.0808 Veterinary assistant
51.09 Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention and Treatment Professions
51.10 Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science and Allied Professions
51.11 Health/Medical Preparatory Programs
51.14 Medical Scientist (MSc, PhD)
51.15 Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions
51.1602 Nursing-administration (MScn, MSc, PhD)
51.1614 Nursing assistant, nursing aide
51.17 Optometry (OD)
51.18 Ophthalmic and Optometric Support Services and Allied Professions
51.19 Osteopathic Medicine/Osteopathy (DO)
51.21 Podiatric Medicine/Podiatry (DPM)
51.22 Public Health
51.23 Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions
51.26 Health Aides/Attendants/Orderlies
51.27 Medical Illustration and Informatics
51.31 Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Services
51.32 Bioethics/Medical Ethics
51.33 Alternative and Complementary Medicine and Medical Systems
51.34 Alternative and Complementary Medical Support Services
51.35 Somatic Bodywork and Related Therapeutic Services
51.36 Movement and Mind-Body Therapies
51.37 Energy-based and Biologically-based Therapies
51.99 Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other

14- Personal, Protective and Transportation Services
12. Personal and Culinary Services
12.03 Funeral Service and Mortuary Science
12.04 Cosmetology and Related Personal Grooming Services
12.05 Culinary Arts and Related Services
12.99 Personal and Culinary Services, Other
28. Reserve Entry Scheme for Officers in the Armed Forces
28.05 Reserve Entry Scheme for Officers in the Armed Forces
29. Military Technologies
29.01 Military Technologies
43. Security and Protective Services
43.01 Criminal Justice and Corrections
43.02 Fire Protection
43.99 Security and Protective Services, Other
49. Transportation and Materials Moving
49.01 Air Transportation
49.02 Ground Transportation
49.03 Marine Transportation
49.99 Transportation and Materials Moving, Other

15- Other
21. Technology Education/Industrial Arts Programs
21.01 Technology Education/Industrial Arts Programs
30. Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies
30.99 Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
32. Basic Skills
32.01 Basic Skills
33. Citizenship Activities
33.01 Citizenship Activities
34. Health-related Knowledge and Skills
34.01 Health-related Knowledge and Skills
35. Interpersonal and Social Skills
35.01 Interpersonal and Social Skills
36. Leisure and Recreational Activities
36.01 Leisure and Recreational Activities
37. Personal Awareness and Self-improvement
37.01 Personal Awareness and Self-improvement
53. High School/Secondary Diploma and Certificate Programs
53.01 High School/Secondary Diploma Programs
53.02 High School/Secondary Certificate Programs

16- Dentistry
51. Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
51.04 Dentistry
51.05 Advanced/Graduate Dentistry and Oral Sciences (Cert., MSc, PhD)

17- Nursing
51. Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
51.1601 Nursing/Registered Nurse (RN, ASN, BScN, MScN)
51.1607 Nursing and midwifery
51.1608 Nursing sciences (MSc, PhD)

18- Pharmacy
51. Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
51.2001 Pharmacy (PharmD [USA], PharmD or BSc/BPharm [Canada])
51.2003 Pharmaceutics and Drug Design (MSc, PhD)
51.2004 Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry (MSc, PhD)
51.2007 Pharmacoeconomics/Pharmaceutical Economics (MSc, PhD)
51.2099 Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Administration, Other

19- Veterinary Medicine
51. Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
51.2401 Veterinary medicine
51.2501 Veterinary Sciences/Veterinary Clinical Sciences, General (Cert., MSc, PhD)
51.2510 Veterinary Preventive Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health (Cert., MSc, PhD)
51.2504 Veterinary microbiology and immunobiology (Cert., MSc, PhD)
51.2505 Veterinary pathology and pathobiology (Cert., MSc, PhD)
51.2507 Large Animal/Food Animal and Equine Surgery and Medicine (Cert., MSc, PhD)

20- Executive MBA (for graduate related data)
52. Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services (Specifically the MBA compressed graduate programs for executives)

21- Regular MBA (for graduate related data)
52. Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services (Specificallygraduate MBA programs in the regular stream)