Classification of instructional programs (CIP) Canada 2000

The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Canada, 2000, is the first Canadian version of this classification. CIP was developed by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) in the United States in 1980. CIP is designed to classify instructional programs.

Classification structure

Classification of instructional programs (CIP) Canada 2000 - Classification structure
Code Chapter
1Chapter I: Academic and Occupation-specific Programs Chapter I: Academic and Occupation-specific Programs
2Chapter II: Dental, Medical and Veterinary Residency Programs Chapter II: Dental, Medical and Veterinary Residency Programs
3Chapter III: Technology Education/Industrial Arts Programs Chapter III: Technology Education/Industrial Arts Programs
4Chapter IV: Reserve Entry Scheme for Officers in the Armed Forces Chapter IV: Reserve Entry Scheme for Officers in the Armed Forces
5Chapter V: Personal Improvement and Leisure Programs Chapter V: Personal Improvement and Leisure Programs
6Chapter VI: High School/Secondary Diploma and Certificate Programs Chapter VI: High School/Secondary Diploma and Certificate Programs
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