Program Taxonomy Information

Parker University utilizes the nomenclature of the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) to provide common description for advisement and transferability, as well as for assessment and reporting aspects. The CIP codes were developed and continue to be maintained by the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics. Parker University’s academic programs, their level of offering, and associated CIP Codes are as follows:

  • Anatomy (BS): 26.0403
  • Chiropractic (DC): 51.0101
  • Clinical Neurosciences (MS): 26.1501
  • Computed Tomography (Certificate): 51.0911
  • Computer Information Systems (Certificate*, AS, BS*): 11.0101
  • Cybersecurity (Certificate): 52.2101
  • Diagnostic Sonography (AAS): 51.0910
  • Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography (AAS): 51.0910
  • Epidemiology (MPH⁺): 51.2201
  • Functional Nutrition (MS): 51.3102
  • General Studies (AS, BS): 24.0102
  • Health Care Cybersecurity (Certificate): 51.0707
  • Health Care Management (BBA, MBA**): 52.0201
  • Health Information Management (BS): 51.0706
  • Health Information Technology (AAS): 51.0707
  • Health Promotion (MPH⁺): 51.2201
  • Health Sciences (AS): 51.0000
  • Information Technology (Certificate): 11.1099
  • Information Technology (MBA**): 52.0201
  • Integrative Health (BS): 51.0000
  • Management (MBA**): 52.0201
  • Massage Therapy (Certificate, AAS): 51.3501
  • Neurosciences (MS): 26.1501
  • Nutritional Sciences (BS): 19.0501
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant (AAS): 51.0803
  • Practice Management (MBA**): 52.0201
  • Psychology (BS): 42.0101
  • Public Health (MPH⁺): 51.2201
  • Radiologic Technology (AAS): 51.0911
  • Strength and Human Performance (BS, MS): 31.0505

CIP Codes and their definitional traits can be found at: https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/cipcode/Default.aspx?y=56

*Concentrations in Information Technology, Cybersecurity, and Health Care Cybersecurity
**MBA Concentrations in Health Care Management, Information Technology, Management, and Practice Management
⁺Public Health Concentrations in Epidemiology and Health Promotion