a person participating in a research study.
Each course is divided into individual subjects. Descriptions of all subjects offered each year are printed in the university handbook.
a branch of knowledge; "in what discipline is his doctorate?"; "teachers should be well trained in their subject"; "anthropology is the study of human beings"
a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures; someone who is an object of investigation; "the subjects for this investigation were selected randomly"; "the cases that we studied were drawn from two different communities"
an area of study the university offers courses in, such as Physics, Linguistics and Economics
a patient participating in the study
a person who is the focus of investigative fact finding either by virtue of an allegation made or evidence gathered during the course of an investigation
a person whose conduct falls within the scope of the grand jury investigation
Area of study or curriculum taught by the teacher.
An area of learning which may be provided by a school or a department, or by departments offering related courses.
for human subjects purposes, the object of a research study involving human beings.
Course in an academic discipline offered as part of a curriculum of the University.
an individual who is studied.
the subject of a course or module; one of the (currently, 27) options for study.
A specific field of study.
A subject is a defined sector of study composed of 1 or more courses within a discipline.
a person being investigated
A subject is an individual who participates in a clinical trial. Usually these are diseased patients, except in phase 1 studies.
Participant in a study. See Human Subject.
a unit of academic study within your degree program.
UCAS subject classifications now employ the Joint Academic Coding System (JACS). JACS, introduced for 2002 entry, replaces UCAS' Standard Classification of Academic Subjects (SCAS), which was used up to and including 2001 entry. Usually presented by broad subject area (Subject group) or detailed subject of study (Subject line). Where applicants apply to more than one subject area, the subject group listed most frequently on the application form is counted (preferred subject). For some subjects, this creates the impression that there are more people accepted than applied. For more information on subject classifications, click here.
A course or area of study. Subjects covered by GSDL include science, technology, engineering and mathematics (often referred to collectively as STEM).
A subject may contain one or more programmes of study. These may be at different levels, (for example, a bachelorâ€™s degree in electrical engineering and a masterâ€™s degree in electrical engineering).
A person or animal in a research study whose reactions or responses are studied.
A study with a SSABSA enrolment code.
The subject is the area of study. To look up a subject code (e.g., Computer Science is CS) while you are in Quest, click the icon OR look on the Course Abbreviations list.
in research, a participant in a study.