Wikiversity:Page creation requests/Areas

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Here are a list of academic disciplines. Areas of this site may be created in accordance with these.

The red links here can be considered page creation requests. But before creating pages, try a search to see if the page already exists with a different spelling or casing. Wikiversity does not follow Wikipedia naming conventions.

Also, see Wikiversity:What is Wikiversity? and Wikiversity:What Wikiversity is not. The goal is to create effective learning projects or lessons for these pages, focusing on quality rather than quantity. Placeholder pages lacking educational objectives are typically proposed for deletion.

Arts[edit source]

Performing arts[edit source]

Visual arts[edit source]

Humanities[edit source]

Geography[edit source]

History[edit source]

Languages and literature[edit source]

Philosophy[edit source]

Social sciences[edit source]

Economics[edit source]

Law[edit source]

Political science[edit source]

Psychology[edit source]

Sociology[edit source]

Sciences[edit source]

Biology[edit source]

Chemistry[edit source]

Earth and space sciences[edit source]

Mathematics[edit source]

See also: Branches of mathematics and Mathematics Subject Classification

Pure mathematics

Applied mathematics

Physics[edit source]

Applied sciences[edit source]

Agriculture and agricultural sciences[edit source]

Computer science[edit source]

Also a branch of electrical engineering

Engineering and technology[edit source]

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Systems science

Medicine and health sciences[edit source]

See also[edit source]

References[edit source]

  • Abbott, Andrew (2001). Chaos of Disciplines. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 978-0-226-00101-2.
  • Oleson, Alexandra; Voss, John (1979). The Organization of knowledge in modern America, 1860-1920. ISBN 0-8018-2108-8.
  • US Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences. Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP). National Center for Education Statistics.