This tool allows a user to search by institutional name to obtain a full list of its degree programs by either the institution's administrative structure (a hierarchy often designated by colleges, departments, schools, etc.) or Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) CIP Code (a national classification system that describes and orders degree programs). The Program Inventory displays the minimum number of semester credit hours a student could complete to earn a particular degree. It does not reflect an actual student degree plan, which could have tracks or options that require additional hours beyond the minimum.
Please note that the Order By option for choosing CIP Code or Institution administrative structure does not apply to For Profit Colleges & Universities Authorized by Certificate or Other Institutions Authorized by Certificate.
Texas CIP Codes: CIP codes are used to identify degree and certificate programs, courses, and declared majors on the reports and inventories of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Characteristics of Doctoral Programs: The Characteristics provide a snapshot of doctoral programs offered by Texas public universities and health-related institutions and serve as a reference for the general public who are interested in doctoral education, including prospective students and their families.