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CONTENTS

CHAPTER 9. CODE TABLES

SUBCHAPTER I. GENERAL CODES

PARAGRAPH PAGE

9.01 Purpose 9-1

9.02 Branch of Service Codes 9-1

9.03 Child Status Codes 9-2

9.04 Dependency Codes 9-2

9.05 Educational Level Codes 9-3

9.06 Entitlement Charge Codes 9-[4]

9.07 Entitlement Codes 9-[5]

9.08 Facility Codes 9-[6]

9.09 File Pull Indicator Codes 9-[7]

9.10 Kicker Codes (Ch. 30) 9-[7]

9.11 Lump-Sum Indicator Codes 9-[8]

9.12 Payee Number Codes 9-[8]

9.13 Prior VA Training Codes 9-[8]

9.14 Reason Codes 9-[9]

9.15 Returned Check Codes 9-[15]

9.16 Separation Reason Codes (Ch. 30) 9-[15]

9.17 Service Organization Codes 9-[15]

9.18 Sex Codes 9-[15]

9.19 Special Eligibility Indicator Codes 9-[16]

9.20 State Codes 9-[16]

CONTENTS - CONTINUED

CHAPTER 9. CODE TABLES - CONTINUED

SUBCHAPTER I. GENERAL CODES - CONTINUED

PARAGRAPH PAGE

9.21 Station Number Codes 9-[18]

9.22 Status Codes (Ch. 30) 9-[19]

9.23 Training Time Codes 9-[20]

9.24 Transaction Codes 9-[20]

9.25 Type of Certificate of Eligibility Codes 9-[20]

9.26 Type of Claim Codes 9-[20]

9.27 Type of Hour Codes 9-[20a]

9.28 Type of Master Record Codes 9-[20a]

9.29 Type of Training Codes 9-[20b]

9.30 Veterans Service Period Codes 9-[20b]

SUBCHAPTER II. COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

PARAGRAPH PAGE

9.31 General 9-[20c]

9.32 College-Level Course and Objective Codes 9-21

9.33 Non-College-Degree Course and Objective Codes 9-22

CHAPTER 9. CODE TABLES

SUBCHAPTER I. GENERAL CODES

9.01 PURPOSE

This chapter describes the codes used in [BDN (Benefits Delivery Network)] processing. The codes used in chapter 32 processing are the same as those used in section 903 processing. These codes are also used in award processing outside [BDN] as described in part IV, chapter 12.

9.02 BRANCH OF SERVICE CODES

(For ch. 35, see Veterans Service Period Codes.)

a. The following codes apply in chapter 32 claims:

|[BDN] Code |Service |

|A(Army) |Army |

|N(Navy) |Navy |

|M |Marine Corps |

|CG |Coast Guard |

|PHS |U.S. Public Health Service |

|AF |Air Force |

|WAC |Women's Army Corps |

|NOAA |Coast and Geodetic Survey, National Oceanic and Atmospheric |

| |Administration (formerly ESSA) |

b. The following codes apply in chapter 30 claims:

|[BDN] Code |Alternate Code Entry |Service |

|A |Army |Army |

|AR | |Army Reserve |

|ARNG | |Army National Guard |

|B |Navy |Navy |

|NR | |Navy Reserve |

|C |M |Marine Corps |

|MCR | |Marine Corps Reserve |

|D |CG or USCG |Coast Guard |

|CGR | |Coast Guard Reserve |

|PHS |PHS |U.S. Public Health Service |

|F |AF |Air Force |

|AFR | |Air Force Reserve |

|ANG | |Air National Guard |

|NOAA | |Coast and Geodetic Survey, National Oceanic and Atmospheric |

| | |Administration (formerly ESSA) |

c. The following codes apply in chapter 1606 claims:

|[BDN Code |Service |

|AR |Army Reserve |

|ARNG |Army National Guard |

|NR |Navy Reserve |

|MCR |Marine Corps Reserve |

|CGR |Coast Guard Reserve |

|AFR |Air Force Reserve |

|ARG |Air National Guard] |

9.03 CHILD STATUS CODES

The child status code in chapter 30 records indicates the age, school status, and dependency of a child.

|Code |Description |

|1 |Under 18 |

|2 |Attending school |

|3 |Helpless (over 18) |

9.04 DEPENDENCY CODES

This code designates the type and number of a veteran's dependents. Operators can use dependency codes in awards for veterans training under chapter 30.

|[Code] |Description |[Code] |Description |

|00 |V-Veteran | | |

|10 |V-W (Spouse) |20 |V-W-F (Father) |

|11 |V-W-1C |21 |V-W-F-1C |

|12 |V-W-2C |22 |V-W-F-2C |

|13 |V-W-3C |23 |V-W-F-3C |

|14 |V-W-4C |24 |V-W-F-4C |

|15 |V-W-5C |25 |V-W-F-5C |

|16 |V-W-6C |26 |V-W-F-6C |

|17 |V-W-7C |27 |V-W-F-7C |

|18 |V-W-8C |28 |V-W-F-8C |

|19 |V-W-9C |29 |V-W-F-9C |

|30 |V-W-M (Mother) |40 |V-W-2P (Both Parents) |

|31 |V-W-M-1C |41 |V-W-2P-1C |

|32 |V-W-M-2C |42 |V-W-2P-2C |

|33 |V-W-M-3C |43 |V-W-2P-3C |

|34 |V-W-M-4C |44 |V-W-2P-4C |

|35 |V-W-M-5C |45 |V-W-2P-5C |

|36 |V-W-M-6C |46 |V-W-2P-6C |

|37 |V-W-M-7C |47 |V-W-2P-7C |

|38 |V-W-M-8C |48 |V-W-2P-8C |

|39 |V-W-M-9C |49 |V-W-2P-9C |

|[Code] |Description |[Code] |Description |

|50 |V-F (Father) |60 |V-M (Mother) |

|51 |V-F-1C |61 |V-M-1C |

|52 |V-F-2C |62 |V-M-2C |

|53 |V-F-3C |63 |V-M-3C |

|54 |V-F-4C |64 |V-M-4C |

|55 |V-F-5C |65 |V-M-5C |

|56 |V-F-6C |66 |V-M-6C |

|57 |V-F-7C |67 |V-M-7C |

|58 |V-F-8C |68 |V-M-8C |

|59 |V-F-9C |69 |V-M-9C |

|70 |V-2P (Both Parents) |80 |V-C (Child) |

|71 |V-2P-1C |81 |V-1C |

|72 |V-2P-2C |82 |V-2C |

|73 |V-2P-3C |83 |V-3C |

|74 |V-2P-4C |84 |V-4C |

|75 |V-2P-5C |85 |V-5C |

|76 |V-2P-6C |86 |V-6C |

|77 |V-2P-7C |87 |V-7C |

|78 |V-2P-8C |88 |V-8C |

|79 |V-2P-9C |89 |V-9C |

9.05 EDUCATIONAL LEVEL CODES

a. For chapters 30, [1606,] 32, 35 and section 903 benefit master records, operators use a two-digit code where applicable to indicate the educational level reached by the applicant at the time of application for training. The operator enters these codes on the [BDN 310 Chapter 30 Eligibility and Entitlement screen, the 310 Chapter 1606 Eligibility and Entitlement Screen, the 310 Chapter 31/32/34 Eligibility screen or the 311 Chapter 35 - Eligibility screen].

|Code | Description |

|00 |No formal education |

|01-12 |Use the code corresponding to the number of years completed. |

| |Also, use "12" when the hours of college completed total less than 1 year (see |

| |conversion chart below). |

|13-17 |For college level, convert semester or quarter hours to the appropriate year |

| |completed. |

| |Use the following conversion chart as guideline: |

|Code |Semester Hours |Quarter Hours |

|12 |1-29 |1-44 |

|13 |30-59 |45-89 |

|14 |60-89 |90-134 |

|15 |90-119 |135-179 |

|16 |120-149 |180-224 |

|17 |150 or more |225 or more |

|20 |Computer substitute for blank or invalid | |

b. For chapter 32 and section 903 records, military service departments provide one-digit educational level codes which [BDN] shows on the M28 screen. These codes are in addition to the codes indicated in subparagraph a above.

|Code | Description |

|0 |12 years of education, but no high school diploma |

|1 |Elementary or junior high school |

|2 |High School Diploma |

|3 |GED (General Education Development) |

|4 |Completion of an occupational program |

|5 |Attendance at an occupational program |

|6 |High school attendance, no diploma |

|A |Completion of GECLEP (General Examination College Level Entrance Program) by USAFI (US Armed Forces |

| |Institute) |

|D |Completion of junior college or technical school |

|G |Completion of 3-year hospital school nursing program |

|K |Completion of 4-year college other than professional degree |

|N |Completion of master's degree |

|R |Completion of more than master's degree but less than Ph.D. |

|U |Completion of Ph.D. |

|W |Completion of professional degree |

9.06 ENTITLEMENT CHARGE CODES

This code reflects the entitlement charge when a chapter 35 applicant pursues noncredit deficiency courses on a secondary school level. The entitlement charge is based on the total credit hours exclusive of the credit-hour equivalent of the noncredit deficiency course.

|Code |Description |

|0 |No entitlement charge |

|1 |1/4 time |

|2 |1/2 time |

|3 |3/4 time |

|4 |Full time |

9.07 ENTITLEMENT CODES

a. This code designates the type of educational benefit; it is not entered by an operator nor displayed on any [BDN] screen. Operators must use the entitlement code when completing VA Form 22-1997, Education Award, for manual award processing or [CHAIRS (Chapter 35 Alternate Input Replacement System) input.] VA Form 20-8270a, Education Master Record - Audit Write Out, for chapter 35 cases shows cost codes in the entitlement code block. See MP-6, part IV, supplement 1.1 for cost codes.

b. Although not displayed, [BDN] generates the entitlement codes based on the data entered on the 310 or 311 screens. A legend describing the claimant's eligibility status (i.e., veteran, child, etc.) appears on the M21 screen. (See pt. II, chs. 3 & 4, for these legends.)

c. Chapter 35 Entitlement Code Table

| Description |Entitlement Code |

| |(All Periods) |

|Chapter 35--Orphan | 81 |

|Chapter 35--PL 88-361 | 82 |

|Chapter 35--Surviving Spouse | 85 |

|Chapter 35--Spouse | 88 |

|Chapter 35--Spouse of POW | 89 |

|Chapter 35--Child of POW | 80 |

|Chapter 35--Orphan | 94 |

|(Pesos VA Regional Office Manila only) | |

|Chapter 35--PL 88-361 | 98 |

|(Pesos VA Regional Office Manila only) | |

|Chapter 35--Tutorial |Any applicable Chapter 35 Code |

d. Chapter 32 and Section 903 Entitlement Code Table

| Description |Entitlement Code |

| |(All Periods) |

|Chapter 32/903--Veteran | 51 |

|Chapter 32/903--Serviceperson | 55 |

e. Section 901 Entitlement Code Table

| Description |Entitlement Code |

| |(All Periods) |

|Section 901--Veteran | 91 |

|Section 901--Serviceperson | 95 |

f. Chapter 30 Entitlement Code Table

| Description |Entitlement Code |

| |(All Periods) |

|Chapter 30--Veteran | 41 |

|Chapter 30--Serviceperson | 41 |

[g. Chapter 1606 Entitlement Code Table

| Description |Entitlement Code |

| |(All Periods) |

|Chapter 1606 Claimant | 01] |

9.08 FACILITY CODES

This code shows the classification and the location of the school. During award processing, this field edits against the type of training field. If the second digit (type of facility) is not consistent with the type of training, [BDN displays an error message. See part IX, chapter 8] regarding the proper assignment of facility codes and for corresponding types of training and facility code digits.

|First Digit Code (Profit Status) |Description |

|1 |Public |

|2 |Private profit |

|3 |Private nonprofit |

|Second Digit Code |Description |

|(Type of Facility) | |

|1 |University, college, professional or technological |

|2 |Hospital |

|3 |Teachers college |

|4 |Junior college |

|5 |Technical--NCD |

|6 |Business--NCD |

|7 |Secondary or elementary--NCD |

|8 |Vocational or trade--NCD |

|9 |Individual instructor--NCD |

|0 |On-the-job business establishment--NCD |

|Third through Sixth Digit Code (Name of Facility) |Assigned by ELR |

|Seventh and Eighth Digit Code |State Code |

|(Location of Facility) |(See par. 9.20a.) |

9.09 FILE PULL INDICATOR CODES

This code indicates a condition exists necessitating review of the claimant's folder. Operators enter the file pull indicator code on the M24, [ ] or the 501 screens. The MINQ screens and the 406, 312, 412 and 501 screens show the file pull indicator message. See chapter 4 for chapter 30 message line information. [Chapter 1606 also has a message line.]

a. To set the file pull indicator, operators enter one of the following codes. If the operator enters an invalid code, [BDN substitutes a "Y." These codes apply to chapter 32, and 35 cases only.] The codes and their corresponding messages are:

|CODE | MESSAGE |

|A |VETERAN IS RECEIVING CH31 BENEFITS |

|B |CLAIMANT IS INCARCERATED |

|C |CLAIMANT IS NON-MATRICULATED |

|D |WORK-STUDY STUDENT |

|E |TEMPORARY FOLDER HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED |

|F |MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES REQUESTED |

|G |BENEFIT GRANTED IN ERROR |

|H |CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS TRAINING REQUESTED |

|I |A DEPENDENCY CHANGE IS PENDING |

|J |INCOMPLETE GRADE ASSIGNED TO CLAIMANT |

|K |CLAIMANT HAS ADD'L RESTORED ENTITLEMENT |

|L |CLAIMANT IS IN RECEIPT OF CHAMPVA |

|M |CLAIMANT HAS ADDITIONAL FILE NUMBER |

|N |CLAIMANT HAS AN OUT-OF-SYSTEM A/R |

|P |CLAIMANT HAS A LOAN DEFAULT |

|Q |CH35 ELIGIBILITY TERMINATED |

|R |DEDUCTION AGREEMENT FOR CURRENT AWARD |

|S |CLAIMANT TERMINATED FOR UNSATISFACTORY PROGRESS |

|T |AWARD INCLUDES SCHOOL CHILD OVER AGE 18 |

|[V |OUT-OF-SYSTEM AWARD (HINES - CH32 ONLY)] |

|W |6-CREDIT EXCLUSION GRANTED |

|Y |CLAIM MUST BE PROCESSED WITH FOLDER |

|Z |6-HR EXCL GRANTED/OTHER FOLDER PULL REQ |

b. To delete a file pull indicator, operators enter "0" (zero).

9.10 KICKER CODES (Ch. 30)

See part V, [chapter 1, table 1.09].

9.11 LUMP-SUM INDICATOR CODES

For chapter 35, [BDN] has a lump-sum indicator on both the 312 and 412 education award screens. If the lump sum is payable, operators should leave the field blank. If the lump sum is not payable, operators should enter "N" in LUMP. [(Chapter 30 uses a lump sum over-ride indicator code. See part V, paragraphs 2.18 and 2.19.)]

9.12 PAYEE NUMBER CODES

This is a two-digit code identifying the type of beneficiary to whom the payment record pertains. [BDN] generates this code. Operators must enter this code on VA Form 22-1997 for cases processed manually or using [CHAIRS].

|Chapters 30, 32 and [1606], and Sections 901 and 903 |

|Payee # |Person Entitled |

|00 |Veteran, serviceperson or reservist |

NOTE: Operators do not use the suffix 00 on folders or letters.

|Chapter 35 |

|Payee # |Person Entitled |Use Suffix |

|10 |Spouse or Surviving Spouse |W |

|41 |First Child |A |

|42 |Second Child |B |

|43 |Third Child |C |

|44 |Fourth Child | D |

|45 |Fifth Child |E |

|46 |Sixth Child | F |

|47 |Seventh Child |G |

|48 |Eighth Child |H |

|49 |Ninth Child |I |

NOTE: Operators use the suffixes on DEA folders and letters.

9.13 PRIOR VA TRAINING CODES

a. These codes indicate the specific education benefit program under which VA educational benefits were previously received.

b. The numeric code is for entry on VA Form 22-1992, Authorization for Certificate of Eligibility or Disallowance [ ]. For chapter 35 cases, the numeric code also appears on the VA Form 20-8270a.

c. The [BDN code appears on the M23 screen for chapter 30, [1606], 32 and 35. The entry fields on the 310 or 311 screens designate the prior training programs. Operators enter the type and the months/days of time used.

|Numeric Code |[BDN] Code | Description |

|0 |NONE |None |

|1 |CH31 WWII |Chapter 31--WWII |

|2 |CH31 KC |Chapter 31--Korean Conflict |

|3 |CH31 PTE |Chapter 31--Peacetime |

|4 |PL346 WWII |PL 78-346--WWII |

|5 |CH33 KC |Former Chapter 33--Korean Conflict |

|6 |CH35 |Chapter 35 |

|7 |COMBINED |Combination (Use to indicate prior Ch. 30, 32 and [1606] training) |

|8 |CH34 |Chapter 34 (Not valid in chapter 30 category II cases.) |

|9 |OTHER |Information not available or invalid; computer generated. [ ] |

| |CH[1606] |Chapter [1606] (ch. 30 only) |

| |[1606 OLD |Chapter 1606 (converted records only)] |

| |[CH30 |Chapter 30 (ch. 1606 only)] |

| |[CH32 |Chapter 32 (ch. 1606 only)] |

9.14 REASON CODES

These codes indicate the change reason for a specific education award action or for other authorization actions such as a disallowance, termination, or suspense. Incorrect use of these reason codes results in an inappropriate computer-generated notice to the payee. Unless otherwise indicated, a code applies to chapters 30, 32, 35 and [1606].

|Code |Description |Denial |Chg |Begin |End |Other |

| *00 |Original education award | | |X | | |

|01 |No military/reserve (or no recognized) service (chs. |X | | | | |

| |30/32/35) | | | | | |

|**01A |No military Service (cat. I, ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|[**01A |Not Eligible - DOD Reason Unknown (ch. 1606) |X] | | | | |

|[**01B |Not Eligible - No 6 Year Contract (ch. 1606) |X] | | | | |

|**01C |No military Service (cat. II, ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|[**01C |Not Eligible - IADT Not Complete (ch. 1606) |X] | | | | |

|[**01D |Not Eligible - HS Diploma After IADT (ch. 1606) |X] | | | | |

* Operators may use code 00 or 0X on the first line for an original award. Operators may also use code 60 to begin an amended award, and on lines 2, 3, and 4 of any type award.

** System generated only.

|Code |Description |Denial |Chg |Begin |End |Other |

|[**01E |Not Eligible - Eligibility Suspended (ch. 1606) |X] | | | | |

|[**01F |Not Eligible - Eligibility Terminated (ch. 1606) |X] | | | | |

|02 |Insufficient or no qualifying service (chs. 30/32/35) |X | | | | |

|**02A |Entry in service prior to 7/1/85 (ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|**02B |Serviceperson - did not complete 24 mos. of service (ch. |X | | | | |

| |30) | | | | | |

|**02C |Insufficient qualifying service (category I, ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|**02F |No/insufficient qualifying svc (category II, ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|03 |Character of discharge.(chs. 30, 32, 35) For ch. 30, |X | | | | |

| |character is not honorable. | | | | | |

|04 |Entitlement forfeited [ ] |X | | | | |

|05A |No remaining CH34 entitlement (ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|06 |Disability not due to service (chs. 30/35) |X | | | | |

|06 |Separation not due to service [(ch. 1606]) |X | | | | |

|*0X |Original advance payment award | | |X | | |

|10 |Disability not permanent and total (ch. 35) |X | | | | |

|14 |Relationship not established (ch. 35) |X | | | | |

|15 |[For ch. 30, surviving spouse remarried. For ch 35, | | | | |X |

| |dependent child marries.] | | | | | |

|16 |Failure to furnish requested evidence | | | | |X |

|20 |Claim withdrawn or benefits renounced | | | | |X |

|21 |Whereabouts unknown | | | | |X |

|22 |Death of claimant or person entitled (For ch. 30, death | | | | |X |

| |of dependent.) [ ] | | | | | |

|23 |Child over 18 enters school (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

* Operators may use code 00 or 0X on the first line for an original award. Operators may also use code 60 to begin an amended award, and on lines 2, 3, and 4 of any type award.

** System generated only.

|Code |Description |Denial |Chg |Begin |End |Other |

|24 |Child reached 18 (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|25 |Child over 18 terminates school or reaches age 23 (ch. | | | | |X |

| |30) | | | | | |

|26 |Dependent added (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|27 |Apportionment made (No longer used) | | | | |X |

|28 |Claimant incarcerated | | | | |X |

|29 |Other reasons not listed-specify reason in "remarks" on | |X | | | |

| |file copy of [BDN]-generated award print | | | | | |

|30 |Election of VA or other benefit or change of VA benefit. | | | | |X |

| |For chapter 30, system generated rate change when 1/2 the| | | | | |

| |chapter 34 rate is discontinued (i.e., when ch. 34 | | | | | |

| |entitlement is exhausted). | | | | | |

|31 |Change of payee (to be included in consolidated or | | | | |X |

| |separate award or in surviving spouse's award) or | | | | | |

| |suspended pending recognition of fiduciary, or to pay | | | | | |

| |child direct at majority | | | | | |

|37 |Legislative change (rates, eligible periods, etc.) | |X | | | |

|38 |False or misleading statement or payee error | | | | |X |

|39 |Administrative error | | | | |X |

|53 |Helpless child enters school (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|54 |Child no longer helpless (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|55 |Child status changed from school to helpless (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|56 |Loss of spouse or parent (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|58 |Transfer to Manila--generated | | | | |X |

|59 |Paid by student--nonreimbursable | | | | |X |

|*60 |Reentrance education award | | |X | | |

|61 |End of term, semester, etc. | | | |X | |

|62 |[Unsatisfactory progress, conduct, or attendance] | | | |X | |

* Operators may use code 60 or 6X on the first line for a reentrance award. Operators may also use code 60 to begin an amended award, and on lines 2, 3, and 4 of any type award.

** System generated only.

|Code |Description |Denial |Chg |Begin |End |Other |

|63 |Interrupted--delinquent certification | | | |X | |

|64 |Voluntary withdrawal at other than end of term | | | |X | |

|65 |Entitlement exhausted | | | |X | |

|**65A |No remaining chapter 34 Entitlement |X | | | | |

| |(ch. 30) | | | | | |

|66 |Delimiting date reached [ ] | | | |X | |

|67 |Current course completed | | | |X | |

|68 |Program objective completed (all chapters) or restorative| | | |X | |

| |training completed (ch. 35) | | | | | |

|69 |Not currently used (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|6V |Ending date change reported by claimant (chs. 30 and | | | |X | |

| |[1606]) | | | | | |

|*6X |Reentrance advance payment award | | |X | | |

|6Z |Adjusted ending date, minimal input | |X | | |X |

| |(chs. 32 and 35) | | | | | |

|70 |Training time change | |X | | | |

|71 |System-generated rate change | | | | |X |

| |(chs. 30 and 32) | | | | | |

|72 |Change in hours but not in training time [(chs. 30 & | | | | |X |

| |1606)] | | | | | |

|73 |Mass ending date change (computer generated; not for use| | | | |X |

| |by Adjudication) | | | | | |

|74 |Change of program or course (see code 87 for change of | | |X |X | |

| |program under ch. 30). [Chapters 30 & 1606 use] 74 to | | | | | |

| |indicate the extending of the ending date of an existing | | | | | |

| |award period. | | | | | |

* Operators may use code 60 or 6X on the first line for a reentrance award. Operators may also use code 60 to begin an amended award, and on lines 2, 3, and 4 of any type award.

** System generated only.

|Code |Description |Denial |Chg |Begin |End |Other |

|75 |Commencement date adjusted | |X | | | |

|76 |Vacation or recess begins (NCD only) | |X | | | |

|76 |Vacation or recess ends (NCD only) | | |X | | |

|77 |Periodic 6-month rate reduction for apprenticeship or | |X | | | |

| |on-the-job training | | | | | |

|78 |[Reimburse Flight Charges to DLC at 60% and Continue in | | | | |X |

| |Running Status. (Manual Processing - chs. 32 & 1606)] | | | | | |

|[79 |Reimburse Flight Charges to DLC at 60% and Terminate. | | | | |X |

| |(Manual Processing - chs. 32 & 1606)] | | | | | |

|79 |Course or school does not meet requirements (VA) | | | | |X |

|7V |Training time change reported by claimant (chs. 30 and | |X | | | |

| |[1606]) | | | | | |

|7X, |Training time change [Minimal Input | | | | |X |

|7Y,7Z |(chs. 32 & 35)] | | | | | |

|80 |Course/school not approved, or approval withdrawn | | | | |X |

| |(State approving agency) | | | | | |

|81 |Program does not meet requirements | | | | |X |

|82 |Under age (ch. 35) | | | | |X |

|83 |Over age (ch. 35) | | | | |X |

|84 |Completed educational plan not received (not currently | | | | |X |

| |used). | | | | | |

|85 |Already qualified for objective | | | | |X |

|86 |Nonapproval for counseling reason | | | | |X |

|87 |Change of program not approved (ch. 30) | | | | |X |

|88 |Automatic computer termination--advance payment not | | | | |X |

| |confirmed or advance payment check returned (chs. 32 and | | | | | |

| |35). Operator entered code for delinquent certificate of| | | | | |

| |delivery for [chapters 30 & 1606]. | | | | | |

|Code |Description |Denial |Chg |Begin |End |Other |

|89 |Basic eligibility not established (ch. 35) | | | | |X |

|90 |Computer substitute for blank or | | | | |X |

| |invalid codes | | | | | |

|91 |Education level [(chs. 30 & 1606)] |X | | | | |

|**91A & B |No high school Completion (ch 30) |X | | | | |

|92 |Reserve Obligation not met (ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|93 |Suspend chapter 32 - banking record out of balance | | | | |X |

| |-computer generated - (not for field station use) | | | | | |

|94 |ROTC/commission after 12/31/76 (ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|**94A |Commission after 12/31/76 (ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|**94B |ROTC program (ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|95 |Contributions refunded (ch. 32) | | | | |X |

|97 |No contributions (ch. 32) | | | | |X |

|97 |Declined CH 30 participation (ch. 30) |X | | | | |

|98 |DOD suspense [(chs. 30 & 1606)] | | | | |X |

|99 |Inferred Ineligible [(ch. 30] | | | | |X |

|99 |[Eligibility terminated (ch. 1606) (Used when benefits | | | | |X |

| |extended beyond delimiting date to end of term.)] | | | | | |

* Operators may use code 60 or 6X on the first line for a reentrance award. Operators may also use code 60 to begin an amended award, and on lines 2, 3, and 4 of any type award.

** System generated only.

9.15 RETURNED CHECK CODES

This code indicates the probable reason for the return of a check to the Treasury regional disbursing office.

|Code |Description |

|1 |Undeliverable--moved or unclaimed, no such city, wrong address, whereabouts unknown |

|2 |Possible non entitlement, reportedly remarried |

|3 |Reportedly deceased |

|5 |Non entitlement or entitlement undetermined ([Returned by Payee, or held by VA)] |

|6 |Possible non entitlement, other |

|7 |Advance payment returned |

|[8 |Courtesy Disbursement Hold Check |

|9 |Returned Courtesy Disbursement Check |

|A |Check Intercept |

|B |Limited Payability Cancellation] |

9.16 SEPARATION REASON CODES (CH. 30)

See part V, chapters 2 and 3.

9.17 SERVICE ORGANIZATION CODES

[BDN] identifies both National and State service organizations, also referred to as powers of attorney, by a two-digit code. [BDN] bases the State service organization codes on the last two digits of the regional office number. The code uses only one number when there is more than one regional office to a State. States not listed have no recognized service organization at this time. The entry code for [BDN] is the numerical entry. Operators can also use the legends next to the [BDN] codes. [(See M21-1, pt. II, ch. 6 for National and State service organizations and other power of attorney designations.)]

9.18 SEX CODES

|Code | Description |

|F |Female |

|M |Male |

9.19 SPECIAL ELIGIBILITY INDICATOR CODES

For chapter 34 cases only, this code provides for computer acceptance when entered data would not otherwise establish basic eligibility or full entitlement. In [BDN], special eligibility is computer-generated based on the data entered on the 310 screen used in chapter 34 cases.

|Code |Description |

|0 |None or not a factor |

|1 |Serviceperson-less than 181 days of post-Korean service, eligibility based on earlier|

| |post-Korean service. |

|2 |Veteran-less than 181 days, with service-connected disability discharge |

|3 |Veteran-one period of service less than 18 consecutive months, more than 180 days |

|9 |Invalid, computer generated |

9.20 STATE CODES

a. VA Codes. This two-digit code is part of the facility code (the seventh and eighth digits). It locates a training facility within a State[, territory or foreign country]. It also appears in the two-position RESIDENCE AT APPL field on the M23 screen (ch. 35 only).

b. Service Department Codes. For chapter 32 and section 903 banking records, military service departments provide two-digit codes representing the participant's state of residence. The code appears in the RESIDENCE field on the M28 screen.

NOTE: For most states, the service department state code is not the same as the VA state code.

|VA |Service Department |Description |

|01 |01 |Alabama |

|02 |02 |Alaska |

|03 |04 |Arizona |

|04 |05 |Arkansas |

|05 |06 |California |

|06 |08 |Colorado |

|07 |09 |Connecticut |

|08 |10 |Delaware |

|09 |11 |District of Columbia |

|10 |12 |Florida |

|11 |13 |Georgia |

|12 |16 |Idaho |

|13 |17 |Illinois |

|14 |18 |Indiana |

|15 |19 |Iowa |

|VA |Service Department |Description |

|16 |20 |Kansas |

|17 |21 |Kentucky |

|18 |22 |Louisiana |

|19 |23 |Maine |

|20 |24 |Maryland |

|21 |25 |Massachusetts |

|22 |26 |Michigan |

|23 |27 |Minnesota |

|24 |28 |Mississippi |

|25 |29 |Missouri |

|26 |30 |Montana |

|27 |31 |Nebraska |

|28 |32 |Nevada |

|29 |33 |New Hampshire |

|30 |34 |New Jersey |

|31 |35 |New Mexico |

|32 |36 |New York |

|33 |37 |North Carolina |

|34 |38 |North Dakota |

|35 |39 |Ohio |

|36 |40 |Oklahoma |

|37 |41 |Oregon |

|38 |42 |Pennsylvania |

|39 |44 |Rhode Island |

|40 |45 |South Carolina |

|41 |46 |South Dakota |

|42 |47 |Tennessee |

|43 |48 |Texas |

|44 |49 |Utah |

|45 |50 |Vermont |

|46 |51 |Virginia |

|47 |53 |Washington |

|48 |54 |West Virginia |

|49 |55 |Wisconsin |

|50 |56 |Wyoming |

|51 | |United States (state not given) |

|61 |61 |Canal Zone |

|62 | |Philippines |

|63 |72 |Puerto Rico |

|64 |15 |Hawaii |

|65 |78 |Virgin Islands |

|66 |66 |Guam |

|67 | |Samoa |

|68 | |Africa |

|69 | |Asiatic Countries |

|VA |Service Department |Description |

|70 | |Australia |

|71 | |Austria |

|72 | |Azores |

|73 | |Belgium |

|74 | |British Isles |

|75 | |Canada (except |

| | |Newfoundland |

|76 | |Central American Countries, |

| | |Other |

|77 | |East Indies |

|78 | |Europe, Other Countries of |

|79 | |France |

|80 | |Germany |

|81 | |Greece |

|82 | |Greenland |

|83 | |Iceland |

|84 | |Italy |

|85 | |Japan |

|86 | |Mexico |

|87 | |Newfoundland |

|88 | |Norway |

|89 | |Panama |

|90 | |Poland |

|91 | |Rumania |

|92 | |South American |

| | |Countries |

|93 | |Sweden |

|94 | |Taiwan |

|95 | |Yugoslavia |

|96 | |West Indies |

|99 | |Outside United States (All Other |

| | |Countries) |

9.21 STATION NUMBER CODES

This is a three-digit code which identifies the station.

a. Regional Offices, RO&IC (Regional Office and Insurance Centers), and M&ROC (Medical and Regional Office Centers).

NOTE: The following are regional offices, except for those showing RO&IC and M&ROC.

|RO # |Location |RO # |Location |

|301 |Boston, MA |339 |Denver, CO |

|304 |Providence, RI |340 |Albuquerque, NM |

|306 |New York, NY |341 |Salt Lake City, UT |

|307 |Buffalo, NY |343 |San Francisco, CA |

|308 |Hartford, CT |344 |Los Angeles, CA |

|309 |Newark, NJ |345 |Phoenix, AZ |

|310 |Philadelphia, PA - (RO&IC) |346 |Seattle, WA |

|311 |Pittsburgh, PA |347 |Boise, ID |

|313 |Baltimore, MD |348 |Portland, OR |

|314 |Roanoke, VA |349 |Waco, TX |

|315 |Huntington, WV |350 |Little Rock, AR |

|316 |Atlanta, GA |351 |Muskogee, OK |

|317 |St. Petersburg, FL |354 |Reno, NV |

|318 |Winston-Salem, NC |355 |San Juan, PR |

|319 |Columbia, SC |358 |Manila, Philippines |

|320 |Nashville, TN |362 |Houston, TX |

|321 |New Orleans, LA |[463] |Anchorage, AK |

|322 |Montgomery, AL |372 |Washington, DC |

|323 |Jackson, MS |373 |Manchester, NH |

|325 |Cleveland, OH |377 |San Diego, CA |

|326 |Indianapolis, IN |402 |Togus, ME - (M&ROC) |

|327 |Louisville, KY |405 |White River Junction, VT - (M&ROC) |

|328 |Chicago, IL |436 |Fort Harrison, MT - (M&ROC) |

|329 |Detroit, MI |437 |Fargo, ND - (M&ROC) |

|330 |Milwaukee, WI |438 |Sioux Falls, SD - (M&ROC) |

|331 |St. Louis, MO |442 |Cheyenne, WY - (M&ROC) |

|333 |Des Moines, IA |452 |Wichita, KS - (M&ROC) |

|334 |Lincoln, NE |459 |Honolulu, HI |

|335 |St. Paul, MN - (RO&IC) |460 |Wilmington, DE - (M&ROC) |

b. Central Office, Records [Management Center (RMC)], Benefits Delivery Centers (BDC) and Data Processing Centers (DPC).

|Station # |Location |

|101 |Central Office (Washington, DC) |

|200 |Austin, TX (DPC) |

|201 |Hines, IL (BDC) |

|203 |Philadelphia, PA (BDC) |

|376 |St. Louis, MO [(RMC)] |

9.22 STATUS CODES (CH. 30).

See part V, chapter 3.

9.23 TRAINING TIME CODES

This code indicates the time that a veteran or beneficiary devoted to a training objective during a particular enrollment period.

|Code | Description |

|0 |1/4 time or less (chs. 30, and 35); 1/4 time (ch. 32) |

|1 |More than 1/4 time, but less than 1/2 time (chs. 30 and 35); |

| |1/4 time (chs. 32 and [1606]) |

|2 |1/2 time (chs. 30, 32, 35, and [1606]) |

|3 |3/4 time (chs. 30, 32, 35, and [1606]) |

|4 |Full time (chs. 30, 32, 35, and [1606]) |

|5 |Cooperative (chs. 30 [*]) |

|6 |Correspondence (chs. 30, 32, 35, and [1606]) |

|7 |Flight training (chs. 30, 32, and [1606]) |

[* Cooperative rate eliminated effective October 9, 1996 for all benefits.]

9.24 TRANSACTION CODES

Refer to chapter 2 for transaction codes.

9.25 TYPE OF CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY CODES

This code is used in manual processing only.

|Code |Description |

|1 |Original |

|2 |Duplicate (not for input) |

|3 |Supplemental |

|4 |Temporary |

|5 |Computer substitute for blank or invalid |

9.26 TYPE OF CLAIM CODES

a. For chapter 35 claims processed by [CHAIRS], operators use this one-digit code. Currently, the award data section of VA Form 20-8270a shows this code under the entitlement code column if a type I master record exists. When [BDN] processes an award, the two-digit entitlement code (see par. 9.07) automatically replaces the one-digit code in this field.

|Code |Description |

|1 |Chapter 31 |

|3 |Chapter 34 veteran (No longer used) |

|4 |Chapter 34 serviceperson (No longer used) |

|5 |Chapter 35 son or daughter--Death case |

|7 |Chapter 35 son or daughter--Live case |

|8 |Chapter 35 spouse |

|9 |Chapter 35 surviving spouse |

b. [BDN] indicates the type of claim by a legend on the MINQ screens.

|LEGEND |LEGEND |

|CH 32 VETERAN |CH 35 WIFE |

|CH 32 SVC PERSON |CH 35 POW-SPOUSE |

|CH 35 ORPHAN |CH 35 POW-CHILD |

|CH 35 CHILD |CH 35 ORPHAN-MIA |

|CH 35 WIDOW |CH 35 CHILD-MIA |

9.27 TYPE OF HOUR CODES

This code, used in conjunction with the type of training, indicates type of class attendance. Operators use the alphabetical code when completing VA Form 22-1997, [or the 312 or 412] education award screens.

|Alpha Code |Description |

|D |Credit hours or clock hours (deficiency)--IHL or NCD (ch. 35) |

|U |(High school) carnegie unit system (chs. 32/35) |

|Q |Quarter hours--ordinary school year--IHL |

|S |Semester hours--ordinary school year--IHL |

|C |Clock hours--NCD |

|P |Clock hours--vocational or technical--shop practice predominates--NCD |

|R |Clock hours--residence or internship--IHL |

|[X |Persian Gulf War Service Award (Restore Entitlement)] |

9.28 TYPE OF MASTER RECORD CODES

The type of master record is stored as a code; however, it is displayed as a legend on the [BDN] screens. The legend used for chapters 32 and 35 includes the code, while that used for chapters 30 and [1606] does not. N/A denotes codes not used or not applicable to appropriate systems.

|Code |Ch. 32/35 Display |Ch. 30[/1606] Display |

| A | A-RUNNING | RUNNING |

| | A-SUSPENDED | SUSP XX (XX = the suspense reason code shown in the PAY STATUS) |

|[ ] | | |

| D | D-ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE (Accounts | ACCT REC |

| |Receivable) | |

| E | E-TERM (Terminated) | TERMINATED (Includes out-of-system awards) |

| | E-STOPPED | |

| H | H-APPLICATION ONLY (CH 35 only) | N/A |

| I | I-CERT OF ELIG | C/E ISSUED (Includes out-of-system awards) |

| J | J-DISALLOWED/EDU | DISALLOWED |

| P |PURGE |PURGE |

| [ ] | N/A | |

9.29 TYPE OF TRAINING CODES

This code indicates the type of training a claimant is pursuing. Operators must use this code when processing a certificate of eligibility on VA Form 22-1992, and on [BDN 312 and 412] screens. On [BDN] award screens, this field edits against the facility code field (see par. 9.08). When operators use [BDN] input, they must use the alpha code.

|Code |[BDN] Display |Description |

|A |A-GRADUATE |Graduate (chs. 30, 32, 35) |

|B |B-UNDERGRAD |Undergraduate |

|C |C-NON DEG COLL |Nondegree, college level |

|D |D-V/T POST HS |Vocational or technical, post-high school |

|[ ] | | |

|F |F-HIGH SCHOOL |High school (chs. 32 and 35 only) |

|G |G-ON THE JOB |Other On-Job (chs. 30, 32, 35 and [1606]) |

|I |I-SP REST TRNG |Special restorative training (ch. 35) |

|J |J-FLIGHT |Flight training (chs. 30, 32 and [1606]) |

|K |K-APPRENTICE |Apprenticeship training (chs. 30, 32, 35 and [1606]) |

|L |L-ELEMENTARY |Elementary school |

|X | |Computer substitute for blank or invalid |

9.30 VETERANS SERVICE PERIOD CODES

This code denotes a veteran's period of service in chapter 35 cases. The numeric code displays only on VA Form 20-8270a.

|Numeric Code |[BDN] Code | Description |

|1 |WWI |WWI or prior |

|2 |WWII |WWII |

|3 |KC |Korean conflict |

|4 |PTE |Peacetime (other than post-Korean) |

|5 |SAW |Spanish-American War |

|6 |PKC |Post-Korean conflict |

|7 |VE |Vietnam era |

|9 |OTH |Unknown (computer generated) |

SUBCHAPTER II. COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

9.31 GENERAL

A course code is assigned by the ELR (Education Liaison Representative) for each approved program. Also, course codes are used in [BDN] processing to identify the claimant's course (i.e., approved program) and his or her objective.

a. The ELR enters course codes in the OLAF (On-Line Approval File) system (when possible) and generates the approval information. [(See pt. IX, par. 8.06 for OLAF reports. OLAF prints reports on VA Form 22-1998, OLAF report. See pt. IX, par. 8.09f.)

b. See Part IX, paragraph 6.15 for flight training.

c. See Part IX, paragraph 6.18 for correspondence courses.]

d. Adjudicators must review the course approval form (or screen) and enter the appropriate code from that form or screen in award processing. Exception: Certain IHL cases are exempt from the requirement to routinely review the approval form or screen. (See pt. IV, ch. 1.) For such cases, the adjudicator will select appropriate course and objective codes from the college-level course and objective code list which follows.

(1) For OJT (On-the-Job Training) and apprenticeship courses, the adjudicator should enter on appropriate Target award screens the course code from the approval form in both the course and objective fields. (The ELR determines these course codes from the first three digits of the D.O.T. (Dictionary of Occupational Titles) code. These D.O.T. codes are not listed in this chapter.)

(2) For NCD (Non-College-Degree) courses, the adjudicator should enter on appropriate Target award screens the course code from the approval form in both the course and objective fields.

(3) For IHL (Institutions of Higher Learning) courses, the code entered in the objective field should identify the degree level of the claimant's current educational objective. The course code, on the other hand, should identify the specific field of study being pursued by the claimant. For example, a claimant pursuing a BS in chemistry should have an objective code of 022 and a course code of 162. If the claimant is pursuing an MS in chemistry, the objective code should be 032 and the course code should be 162.

9.32 COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Use the appropriate codes from this section for individuals enrolled in institutions of higher learning pursuing graduate training (type A) or undergraduate training (type B). Use the appropriate 200 series codes from this section for individuals enrolled in institutions of higher learning who are pursuing nondegree courses (type C). (See NOTE in text concerning additional uses for 200 series codes.) Whenever the school has certified a course, the operator must use the course code for the exact major or specific field of study; e.g., engineering (070), physics (164), sociology (178). If an individual has not selected or designated the major, the operator may use the appropriate code for the general academic degree. The entries in the objective and course code fields may differ as described in paragraph 9.31 (d)(3) above. Throughout the various codes, the term "N.E.C." stands for Not Elsewhere Classified.

COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List

Academic Degrees-Field Not Specified

Undergraduate Only

011 Associate in Arts (Less Than 4 Years)

012 Associate in Science (Less Than 4 Years)

013 Associate Degree, N.E.C.* (Less Than 4 Years)

021 Bachelor of Arts (4 or More Years)

022 Bachelor of Science (4 or More Years)

023 Bachelor's Degree, N.E.C. (4 or More Years)

Graduate Only

031 Master of Arts

032 Master of Sciences

033 Master's Degree., N.E.C.

041 Doctor of Philosophy

042 Doctor's Degree, N.E.C. (Not M.D.)

051 Postdoctoral, N.E.C. (Not M.D.)

COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List-Continued

Business

060 Business and Commerce

Includes: Business Administration, Banking, Marketing, Advertising, Accounting, etc.

Engineering

070 Engineering

Includes: Aeronautical, Architectural, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Metallurgical, etc.

Education

080 Preparation for Teaching

Includes: School Administration, Supervision, Finance, etc.

*N.E.C. -Not Elsewhere Classified.

Humanities

091 Applied Arts include: Commercial Art, Drafting, Decorating, Photography, Design (including Clothing-Industrial Design), etc.

092 English and Literature include: Journalism

093 Fine Arts

094 Foreign Languages

095 Liberal Arts, N.E.C.

096 Performing Arts include: Music, General Theater, and Radio and Television Arts

097 Philosophy

098 Theology

Law

100 Law (except prelaw)

Life Sciences

110 Agricultural Sciences

Include: Agronomy, Animal Dairy and Poultry Husbandry, Fisheries, Forestry, Horticulture, Range Management, Sods and Wildlife, etc.

120 Biological Sciences

Include: Anatomy, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Biology, Biophysics, Botany, Entomology, Microbiology, Nutrition, Pathology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Physiology, Zoology, Premedical, Predental, Preveterinary, etc.

131 Medicine and Surgery

Include: Medical Students, Interns and Residents, but exclude Premedical

COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List-Continued

Life Sciences-Continued

132 Dentistry (D.D.S. and D.D.M. only-Not predental)

133 Nursing

134 Osteopathy

135 Pharmacy

136 Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M. only-Not Preveterinary)

137 Optometry

138 Chiropody or Podiatry

139 Physical Therapy

141 Dental Hygiene

142 Occupational Therapy

143 Other Medical or Related Courses (exclude Technicians)

Mathematics

150 Mathematics and Statistics

Physical Sciences

161 Astronomy

162 Chemistry

163 Environmental Sciences

Include: Atmospheric Sciences, Earth Sciences, Oceanography, etc.

164 Physics

165 Physical Sciences, N.E.C.

Social Sciences

171 Economics

172 History

173 Industrial Relations

174 Political Science

175 Psychology

176 Public Administration

177 Social and Welfare Work

178 Sociology

179 Other Social Sciences

Include: Anthropology, International Affairs, Prelaw, Agricultural Economics, Foreign Science Programs, Hospital Administration, etc.

Other Academic Field (Do not include Nondegree Technician Courses)

191 Computer Science and Systems Analysis

192 Home Economics

193 Library Science

194 Other Academic Fields, N.E.C.

Nondegree and Certain Technology Courses

NOTE: Include nondegree certificate programs at institutions of higher learning. Also include all college technological courses leading to applied arts or similar degrees requiring less than 4 years of study. Also include all college courses (at any degree level) for which a more appropriate 100 or lower series code is not available. The examples given are illustrative only and are not all-inclusive.

201 Applied, Fine and Graphic Arts Technology

Include: Preparatory courses for Commercial Artists; i.e. Drawing Techniques, Communication Theory, Theory of Design, Color and Layouts; Drafting (nondegree); Motion Picture Projection; Photographic Laboratory (nondegree)

202 Bible Study or Religious Work (Technology)

Include: Bible Institute Study (nondegree), Ministerial (nondegree)

203 Building and Construction Technology

Include: Preparatory Construction Engineering Courses, Civil and Highway Construction Engineering Technology

204 Business and Commerce Technology

Include: Terminal Programs in Business, Management and Sales

205 Data Processing Technology

Include: Computer Technology (nondegree)

206 Electrical Technology

Include: Electronics, Radio and Television Engineering

207 Mechanical Technology

Include: Terminal Courses in Mechanical Engineering, Tool Design

208 Medical or Related Technology

Include: Dental Mechanics, Healing and Medical Service (nondegree), Hydrotherapy (nondegree), Laboratory Assistant, all types of Medical Laboratory Technicians

209 Police, Criminology, or Fire Protection (Technology)

Include: Ballistics, Fish or Game Warden Training

211 Miscellaneous Engineering-Related Technology

Include: Surveying (Terminal courses less than 4 years)

212 Miscellaneous Science-Related Technology

Include: Terminal courses in Chemical Technology; terminal courses in Life and Physical Science

213 Other Technologists, N.E.C.

214 Automotive Technology

COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Alphabetical List

|194 | |Academic Fields, Other, N.E.C.* | |070 |Architectural Engineering |

|060 | |Accounting | |211 |Architectural Engineering Technology |

|060 | |Accounting, Cost | |070 |Architecture, Building |

|060 | |Accounting, Tax | |091 |Architecture, Landscape |

|164 | |Acoustics | |091 |Architecture, N.E.C. |

|096 | |Acting | |096 |Arranging Music |

|060 | |Adjuster, Claims (Insurance) | |201 |Art Production |

|060 | |Administration, Business | |091 |Arts, Applied |

|176 | |Administration, Public | |011 |Arts, Associate in |

|080 | |Administration, School | |021 |Arts, Bachelor of |

|060 | |Administrative Secretary | |093 |Arts, Fine |

|060 | |Advertising | |091 |Arts, Industrial |

|060 | |Advertising Agent | |095 |Arts, Liberal, N.E.C. |

|201 | |Advertising Production | |031 |Arts, Master of |

|091 | |Aerial Photography | |096 |Arts, Performing, N.E.C. |

|091 | |Aeronautical Drafting | |201 |Arts Technology |

|070 | |Aeronautical Engineering | |013 |Associate Degree, N.E.C. |

|211 | |Aeronautical or Aerospace Technology | | | (Less than 4 years) |

|179 | |Affairs, International | |011 |Associate in Arts (Less than 4 years) |

|060 | |Agent, Advertising | |012 |Associate in Science (Less than 4 years) |

|060 | |Agent, Claim | |161 |Astronomy |

|179 | |Agricultural Economics | |163 |Atmospheric Sciences |

|212 | |Agricultural Science Technology | |212 |Atomic Power Technology |

| | |(Terminal courses less than 4 years) | |212 |Atomic Products Technology |

|110 | |Agricultural Sciences | |060 |Auditing |

|110 | |Agronomy | |214 |Automotive Mechanics Technology |

|110 | |Agronomy and Soils | | | (Terminal course less than 4 years) |

|201 | |Airbrush Techniques | |023 |Bachelor's Degree, N.E.C. |

|213 | |Air Conditioning and Refrigeration | | | (4 or more years) |

| | |Technology (Terminal course less | |021 |Bachelor of Arts (4 or more years) |

| | | than 4 years) | |022 |Bachelor of Science (4 or more years) |

|191 | |Analysis, Computer Science and Systems | |120 |Bacteriology |

|070 | |Analytic Geometry or Calculus | |096 |Ballet |

| | |(Engineering Assoc. Degree) | |209 |Ballistics |

|120 | |Anatomy | |060 |Banking and Finance |

|131 | |Anesthesia | |202 |Bible Study or Religious Work |

|110 | |Animal Husbandry | | | (Technology) |

|091 | |Animation | |120 |Biochemistry |

|096 | |Announcing, Radio or TV | |120 |Biological Chemistry |

|179 | |Anthropology | |212 |Biological Science Technology |

|179 | |Anthropology and Ethnology | | | (Terminal courses less than 4 years) |

|110 | |Apiculture | |120 |Biological Sciences, NEC |

|091 | |Applied Arts, N.E.C. | |120 |Biology |

|201 | |Applied Arts Technology | |120 |Biophysics |

|060 | |Appraising, Insurance | |120 |Botany |

|060 | |Appraising, Real Estate | |096 |Broadcast Technique, Radio or TV |

|179 | |Archaeology | |060 |Broker, Stock and Bond |

|201 | |Architectural Drafting | |203 |Building and Construction (Technology) |

| | | (2-year junior college) | |060 |Business Administration |

COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Alphabetical List

|060 | |Business and Commerce, N.E.C. | |120 |Curator |

|204 | |Business and Commerce (Technology) | |120 |Cytology |

|060 | |Buyer (Business and Commerce) | |110 |Dairy Husbandry |

|060 | |Buyer, Merchandise Management, Stores | |096 |Dancing (Ballet) |

|131 | |Cardiology | |191 |Data Processing |

|091 | |Cartooning | |205 |Data Processing Technology |

|070 | |Ceramic Engineer (Chemical) | |091 |Decorating, Applied Arts |

|091 | |Ceramics (Applied Arts) | |091 |Decorating, Interior |

|060 | |Certified Public Accountant Course | |201 |Decorative Arts |

|070 | |Chemical Engineering | | | (Terminal course less than 4 years) |

|212 | |Chemical Technology | |013 |Degree, Associate N.E.C. |

|162 | |Chemistry | |023 |Degree, Bachelor's, N.E.C. |

|070 | |Chemistry, General and | |042 |Degree, Doctor's, N.E.C. (Not M.D.) |

| | | Qualitative Analysis | |033 |Degree, Master's, N.E.C. |

|162 | |Chemistry, Inorganic | |141 |Dental Hygiene |

|162 | |Chemistry, Organic Analysis | |132 |Dental Interns |

|162 | |Chemistry, Physical | |208 |Dental Mechanics |

|138 | |Chiropody or Podiatry | |208 |Dental Technology |

|134 | |Chiropractic (Doctor's Degree) | |132 |Dentistry (DDS and DDM only- |

|096 | |Choreography | | | not predental) |

|203 | |Civil and Highway Engineering | |091 |Design, Clothing |

| | | Technology | |201 |Design, Color, Layout, Theory of |

|070 | |Civil Engineering | |091 |Design, Costume |

|203 | |Civil Engineering Technology | |091 |Design, Floral |

|163 | |Climatology | |091 |Design, Furniture |

|091 | |Clothing Design | |091 |Design, Industrial |

|080 | |Coach Physical Education | |091 |Design, Jewelry and Flatware |

|060 | |Commerce and Business | |201 |Design, Landscape (Nondegree) |

|204 | |Commerce and Business Technology | |091 |Design, Memorial Stonework |

|091 | |Commercial Art | |091 |Design, Millinery |

|091 | |Commercial Drafting | |091 |Design, Pattern |

|091 | |Commercial Photography | |091 |Design, Pottery |

|201 | |Communication Theory | |091 |Design, Scenery |

|060 | |Complaint Adjuster | |192 |Dietetics |

|060 | |Comptroller | |041 |Doctor of Philosophy |

|191 | |Computer Science and Systems Analysis | |042 |Doctor's Degree, N.E.C. (Not M.D.) |

|205 | |Computer Technology | |051 |Doctoral, Post, N.E.C. (Not M.D.) |

|203 | |Construction and Building Technology | |091 |Drafting, Aeronautical |

|091 | |Construction Drafting | |091 |Drafting, Applied Arts |

|203 | |Construction Engineering (Preparatory) | |091 |Drafting, Architectural |

|096 | |Continuity Writing, Radio | |091 |Drafting, Commercial |

|060 | |Copywriting, Advertising | |091 |Drafting, Construction |

|092 | |Correspondent, News | |091 |Drafting, Electrical |

|060 | |Cost Accounting | |091 |Drafting, Map |

|175 | |Counseling, Employment | |091 |Drafting, Marine |

|060 | |Court Reporting | |091 |Drafting, Mechanical |

|092 | |Creative Writing | |201 |Drafting (Nondegree) |

|060 | |Credit and Collection Management | |201 |Drafting Technology |

|209 | |Criminology | |091 |Drafting, Topographical |

|209 | |Cryptography | |096 |Drama |

096 Drama, Radio and Television

096 Drama, Teaching of

201 Drawing Techniques

163 Earth Sciences

120 Ecology

171 Economics

179 Economics, Agricultural

192 Economics, Home

092 Editor

194 Education, Adult (not preparation

for teaching) College only

080 Education, Preparation for Teaching

080 Education, College Teaching

080 Education, Elementary Teaching

080 Education, Industrial Arts

080 Education of the Handicapped

080 Education of the Mentally Deficient

080 Education, Physical

080 Education of the Physically Handicapped

and Mentally Deficient

080 Education, Primary and Kindergarten

080 Education, Secondary School Teaching

080 Education, Special Fields

080 Education, Vocational

206 Electric Power Technology

091 Electrical Drafting

070 Electrical Engineering

206 Electrical Technology

206 Electronics Engineering (Terminal courses

less than 4 years)

208 Electrotherapy

175 Employment Counseling

070 Engineering, Aeronautical

070 Engineering, Architectural

070 Engineering, Ceramics (Chemical)

070 Engineering, Chemical

070 Engineering, Civil

070 Engineering, Drawing and Graphics

070 Engineering, Electrical

070 Engineering, Industrial

070 Engineering, Landscape (Architectural)

070 Engineering, Marine

070 Engineering, Mechanical

070 Engineering, Metallurgical

070 Engineering, N.E.C.

070 Engineering, N.E.C. (Assoc. Degree)

211 Engineering, N.E.C. (Terminal

courses less than 4 years)

070 Engineering Physics

203 Engineering Preparatory, Construction

211 Engineering Preparatory, N.E.C.

206 Engineering, Radioand/or Television

211 Engineering-Related Technology

203 Engineering Technology, Civil

092 English and Literature

120 Entomology

163 Environmental Sciences

179 Ethnology

092 Etymology

060 Executive, Junior

060 Executive Secretary

070 Extraction of Minerals

(Mining Engineering)

110 Farm Management

060 Finance

093 Fine Arts

080 Fine Arts, Teaching of

209 Fingerprint Classification

176 Fire Management, Municipal

209 Fire Protection

110 Fisheries

209 Fish or Game Warden Training

091 Flatware and Jewelry Design

091 Floral Design

204 Food Technology and Hotel Management

(Terminal course less than 4 years)

094 Foreign Languages

179 Foreign Science Programs

179 Foreign Trade

110 Forestry

091 Furniture Design

060 Furniture, Salesmanship

110 Gardener, Landscape

070 General Chemistry and

Qualitative Analysis

096 General Theater

163 Geography

163 Geology

174 Government

080 Guidance, Educational

080 Guidance, Vocational

091 Hand Etching

209 Handwriting Analysis

143 Healing and Medical Service (Degree only)

208 Healing and Medical Service (Nondegree)

203 Highway Construction Technology

172 History

192 Home Economics

110 Horticulture

212 Horticulture, Ornamental (Terminal course

less than 4 years)

179 Hospital Administration

060 Hotel Management

204 Hotel Management and Food Technology

(Terminal course less than 4 years)

110 Husbandry, Animal, Dairy or Poultry

143 Hydrotherapy (Degree only)

208 Hydrotherapy (Nondegree)

141 Hygiene, Dental

091 Illustration, Applied Arts

201 Illustration, Technical

091 Industrial Arts

080 Industrial Arts Teaching

091 Industrial Design

070 Industrial Engineering

060 Industrial Management

173 Industrial Relations

213 Industrial Trades Technology (Terminal

course less than 4 years)

162 Inorganic Chemistry

179 Institutional Administration

133 Institutional Nursing (Not Practical)

060 Insurance Appraising

060 Insurance Investigation, Claims

060 Insurance Salesmanship

060 Insurance Underwriting

091 Interior Decorating

179 International Affairs

132 Intern, Dental

138 Intern, Podiatry

131 Interns and Residents, Medicine and

Surgery, N.E.C.

131 Interns, Medicine and Surgery

060 Investigator, Claims

091 Jewelry and Flatware Design

175 Job Analyst, Psychology

092 Journalism

060 Junior Executive

080 Kindergarten, Education

208 Laboratory Assistant (Nondegree)

091 Laboratory, Photographic (Degree)

201 Laboratory, Photographic (Nondegree)

208 Laboratory Technique, Medical

208 Laboratory Technique, Oxygen Therapy

208 Laboratory Technique, Pharmaceutical

208 Laboratory Technique, X-Ray

091 Landscape Architecture

201 Landscape Design (Nondegree)

110 Landscape Gardener, Horticulture

094 Languages, Foreign

209 Law Enforcement

100 Law (except prelaw)

201 Lettering and Layout

095 Liberal Arts, N.E.C.

193 Library Science

092 Literature

060 Management, Collection

060 Management, Credit

060 Management, Departmental

060 Management, Industrial

060 Management, Merchandise

176 Management, Municipal Fire

060 Management, Office

175 Management, Personnel

060 Management, Production

110 Management, Range

060 Management, Real Estate

060 Management, Restaurant

060 Management, Sales and Distribution

060 Management, Theater

060 Management, Traffic

091 Map Drafting

060 Marketing

208 Massage (College level, nondegree)

031 Master of Arts

032 Master of Sciences

033 Master's Degree, N.E.C.

150 Mathematics and Statistics

208 Mechanical, Dentistry

091 Mechanical Drafting

070 Mechanical Engineering

207 Mechanical Technology

208 Medical or Related Technology

143 Medical Service (Degree only)

208 Medical Service (Nondegree)

143 Medical Service and Healing (Degree only)

208 Medical Service and Healing (Nondegree)

131 Medical Students, Medicine and Surgery

208 Medical Technique, Laboratory

131 Medicine and Surgery,

Interns and Residents, N.E.C.

131 Medicine and Surgery, N.E.C.

131 Medicine, Anesthesia

131 Medicine, Cardiology

143 Medicine, Naturopathic

131 Medicine, Neurology

131 Medicine, Obstetrics

131 Medicine, Ophthalmology

131 Medicine, Pathology

131 Medicine, Psychiatry

131 Medicine, Roentgenology

131 Medicine, Urology

136 Medicine, Veterinary (DVM

only-nonpreveterinary)

070 Metallurgical, Engineering

212 Metallurgical Technology (Terminal

Course less than 4 years)

162 Metallurgy (Chemistry)

163 Meteorology

120 Microbiology

091 Millinery Design

070 Mining Engineering

098 Ministerial (Theology) Degree only

202 Ministerial, College Nondegree Terminal

Course

211 Miscellaneous Engineering-

Related (Technology)

212 Miscellaneous Science-Related

Technology

096 Motion Picture Production

091 Motion Picture Projection

201 Motion Picture Projection (Nondegree)

096 Music

096 Music, Arranging

096 Music, Instrumental

096 Music, Orchestration

096 Music, Teaching of

096 Music, Theory and Composition

096 Music, Vocal

165 Natural Sciences, N.E.C.

142 Naturopathic Medicine

131 Neurology

131 Neurosurgery

092 News Correspondent

091 Newspaper Photography

110 Nurseryman

133 Nursing (Degree)

133 Nursing, Institutional (Degree)

120 Nutrition

131 Obstetrics

142 Occupational Therapy

163 Oceanography

131 Oculist

060 Office Management, N.E.C.

131 Ophthalmology

137 Optometry

096 Orchestration, Music

162 Organic Chemistry

212 Ornamental Horticulture (Terminal course

less than 4 years)

134 Osteopathy

194 Other Academic Fields, N.E.C.

143 Other Medical or Related Courses

(except Technicians)

179 Other Social Sciences

213 Other Technicians, N.E.C.

131 Otolaryngology

208 Oxygen Therapy Equipment

Laboratory Technique

091 Painting and Decorating

093 Painting, Fine Arts

165 Paleontology

120 Parasitology

131 Pathology, Medical

120 Pathology, Plant; Biological Sciences

091 Pattern Design

096 Performing Arts, N.E.C.

175 Personality Development (Psychology)

175 Personnel Management

070 Petroleum Engineering (Chemical)

208 Pharmaceutical Laboratory Technique

120 Pharmaceutical Sciences

135 Pharmacy

094 Philology

097 Philosophy

041 Philosophy, Doctor of

096 Photographic Modeling

091 Photography, Aerial

091 Photography, Commercial

091 Photography, N.E.C.

091 Photography, Newspaper

162 Physical Chemistry

080 Physical Education Coach

080 Physical Education Teaching

165 Physical Sciences, N.E.C.

212 Physical Science Technology (Terminal

courses less than 4 years)

139 Physical Therapy

080 Physically Handicapped, Education of

164 Physics

120 Physiology

070 Plane Surveying

120 Plant Pathology

120 Plant Physiology

096 Playwriting

138 Podiatry, Interns and Residents

138 Podiatry or Chiropody

092 Poetry, or World Literature

(English Assoc. Degree)

209 Policeman

209 Police Science (Technology)

174 Political Science

051 Postdoctoral, N.E.C. (Not M.D.)

091 Pottery Design

110 Poultry Husbandry

120 Predental

179 Prelaw

120 Premedical

080 Preparation for Teaching

120 Preveterinary

080 Primary and Kindergarten Education

080 Primary Education

205 Processing Technology, Data

060 Production Management

096 Production of Motion Pictures

096 Professional Entertainment

096 Program Production, Radio or TV

201 Projection, Motion Picture

209 Protective Service

131 Psychiatry

175 Psychological Testing

175 Psychology

176 Public Administration

060 Public Relations

060 Purchasing Agent

070 Qualitative Analysis and

General Chemistry

070 Quarry Mining

096 Radio and/or Television Arts

096 Radio Announcing

096 Radio Broadcast Technique

096 Radio Continuity Writing

096 Radio Drama

096 Radio Program Production

110 Range Management

096 Reader, Dramatic

060 Real Estate

060 Real Estate Appraising

060 Real Estate Management

060 Recreation Executive

713 Relations, Industrial

202 Religious Work Technology

092 Reporter, News

131 Residents and Interns,

Medicine and Surgery, N.E.C.

060 Restaurant Management

060 Retail Apparel Sales Management

060 Retail Store Management

131 Roentgenology

178 Rural Sociology

060 Sales and Distribution Management

060 Sales Management, N.E.C.

060 Sales Management, Retail

060 Sales Management, Wholesale

060 Sales Promotion

060 Salesmanship (all subjects)

091 Scenery Design

080 School Administration

012 Science, Associate in

022 Science, Bachelor of

191 Science, Computer

193 Science, Library

165 Science, Natural, N.E.C.

174 Science, Political

212 Science-Related Technology,

Miscellaneous

110 Sciences, Agricultural

120 Sciences, Biological

163 Sciences, Environmental

032 Sciences, Master of

165 Sciences, Physical, N.E.C.

179 Sciences, Social, N.E C.

093 Sculpture

080 Secondary School Education (Teaching)

060 Secretarial Science

060 Secretary, Administrative

060 Secretary, Executive

163 Seismology

110 Sericulturist

060 Service Management

209 Service, Protective

214 Shop Courses, Automotive Technology

091 Sign Design

177 Social and Welfare Work

178 Sociology

178 Sociology, Rural

110 Soils

092 Speech

080 Sports Official (Physical Education)

201 Spot Illustration

150 Statistics

060 Stenography

060 Stenotypy

080 Supervision Finance

131 Surgery and Medicine

070 Surveying (Civil Engineering)

211 Surveying, Engineering Technical Level

070 Surveying, Plane

191 Systems Analysis

060 Tax Accounting

080 Teaching, N.E.C.

080 Teaching, Preparation for

096 Teaching, Drama

080 Teaching, Fine Arts

096 Teaching, Music

080 Teaching, Physical Education

201 Technical Illustration

096 Technicians, Radio and/or TV

213 Technologists, Other N.E.C.

212 Technology, Agricultural Science

201 Technology, Applied, Fine

and Graphic Arts

214 Technology, Automotive

202 Technology, Bible Study or Religious Work

203 Technology, Building and Construction

204 Technology, Business and Commerce

205 Technology, Data Processing

208 Technology, Dental

206 Technology, Electrical

206 Technology, Electronic

211 Technology, Engineering

Related, Miscellaneous

213 Technology, Industrial Trades

207 Technology, Mechanical

208 Technology, Medical or Related

213 Technology, N.E.C. (Terminal courses less

than 4 years)

209 Technology, Police Science

212 Technology, Science-Related,

Miscellaneous

206 Television and/or Radio Engineering

206 Television Engineering

060 Theatre Management

098 Theology

096 Theory and Composition, Music

201 Theory of Design, Color, Layout

142 Therapy, Occupational

139 Therapy, Physical

207 Tool Design

091 Topographical Drafting

213 Trades and Industry Technology (Terminal

course less than 4 years)

060 Traffic Management

060 Treasurer

060 Underwriter, Insurance

131 Urology

136 Veterinary Medicine (DVM

only-preveterinary)

080 Vocational Education

080 Vocational Guidance

080 Vocational Teaching

096 Voice (Vocal Music)

209 Warden, Fish or Game

177 Welfare Work, Social

060 Wholesale Management

091 Window Display

091 Window Dressing

092 World Literature or Poetry

092 Writing, Creative

096 Writing,-Play

096 Writing, Radio Continuity

208 X-Ray Technique

120 Zoology

060 Zoo Management

9.33 NON-COLLEGE-DEGREE COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

For nondegree courses, Adjudication always must determine the course code from the approval form or screen and never from this list directly. Note that flight training codes are 341 through 347. When coding training taken in high school (type F) or elementary school (type L), adjudicators should use course codes 451 and 452.

NON-COLLEGE-DEGREE COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List

Technical Courses

311 Electronic technicians

312 Engineering technicians

Include: Aeronautical, civil electrical, industrial, mechanical

313 Medical and related technicians

Include: Medical records technician, dental assistant, dental mechanics, dental aide, X-ray technician

314 Other technical courses, N.E.C.

315 Legal technician, including Law Clerk

Applied Arts

320 Applied arts, N.E.C.

321 Commercial art

Include: Technical illustration

322 Decorating and window display

Include: Interior decorating, floral design, scenery design, window display

323 Drafting

Include: Architectural, electrical, electronic, mechanical

324 Photography

325 Design

Include: Jewelry, flatware design, fashion design

328 Ceramics design (not engineering)

Include: Pottery

329 Surveying

Performing Arts

331 Actors

332 Ballet dancing

333 Musicians

334 Radio and TV broadcasting

Include: Announcers, disc jockeys and similar specialities

335 Performing arts, N.E.C.

NON-COLLEGE-DEGREE COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List-Continued

Flight Training

341 Advanced flight or commercial pilot

342 Airline transport pilot training

343 Glider training

344 Flight instructor course

345 Instrument rating course

346 Multiengine class rating course

347 Other flight training, N.E.C.

*N.E.C. -Not Elsewhere Classified.

Business and Commerce

421 Accounting

Include: Junior accounting

422 Advertising

Include: Copywriting and public relations

423 Bookkeeping

Include: Banking, business mathematics

424 Computer technology

Include: Data processing , data programming , business machine operation, electronic business machine operation.

425 Clerical

Include: Typing, filing, office practice

426 Secretarial

Include: Stenography, stenotype, court reporting

427 Real Estate and insurance

Include: Preparatory for brokerage examinations, real estate brokers

428 Salesmanship

Include: Retailing and wholesaling

429 Other business and commerce, N.E.C.

Services

431 Barbering

Include: Beauty culture, wigmaking

432 Custodial service

433 Hotel and motel training

Include: Hotel, cafeteria and restaurant management

434 Laundry and drycleaning

435 Hospital or medical services

Include: Hospital attendants or aides, practical nursing

436 Protective services

Include: Peace officer training, fire protection

437 Airline services

Include: Controller, Dispatcher, Ground crew operation other than mechanics

438 Other services, N.E.C.

NON-COLLEGE-DEGREE COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List-Continued

Secondary and Elementary Courses

451 Elementary courses

452 Secondary courses

Include: High school completion and college preparation

CRAFTS AND TRADES

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

510 Air conditioning and refrigeration

Construction and related courses

521 Bricklaying

Include: Cement, concrete plastering, tilesetting, stone masonry

522 Cabinetmaking

523 Carpentry

Include: Woodworking

524 Painting

Include: Paperhanging

525 Plumbing

Include: Pipefitting and steamfitting

526 Other construction and related courses

Dressmaking and Tailoring

530 Dressmaking and tailoring

Include: Weaving and sewing machine operation

Electrical

540 Electrical trades

Include: Electricians, electrical appliance repairmen, house wiring, switching and substation operators

Electronic Trades

551 Electronics assembly and installation

Include: Assembly and installation of radar, radio, television, telephone and telegraph

552 Electronics operation

Include: Radar, radio, television, telephone and telegraph operation

553 Electronic and other communication mechanics and repairmen

Include: Radar, radio, television, telephone, telegraph and other communication mechanics and repairmen

554 Other electronic trades, N.E.C.

NON-COLLEGE-DEGREE COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List-Continued

Food Trades

561 Baking, canning and preserving

562 Dairying

Include: Buttermaking and milk processing

563 Grain processing and packing

Include: Coffee

564 Meat processing

Include: Meatcutting and packing

565 Other food trades

Mechanical Courses

571 Automobile or motor vehicle mechanics and repairmen

Include: Auto body and fender repair, body building, radiator repair, brake repair

572 Diesel and heavy equipment mechanics and repairmen

573 Railroad mechanics and repairmen

575 Optical mechanics

576 Aircraft Mechanics

577 Mechanical courses, N.E.C.

Include: Farm equipment repair

Metalwork Courses

581 Blacksmithing

Include: Boilermaking, forging, foundry work, welders

582 Engraving, hand and machine

583 Jewelry and watchmaking

Include: Goldsmithing and silversmithing

584 Machinists

Include: Machine shop, tool and diemaking

585 Sheetmetal working

Include: Tinsmith and coppersmithing

586 Metalwork courses, N.E C.

Printing

590 Printing

Shoemaking and Repair

610 Shoe making and repair

NON-COLLEGE-DEGREE COURSE AND OBJECTIVE CODES

Numerical List-Continued

Other Crafts and Trades, N.E.C.

621 Bookbinding

622 Chemical and related products

623 Glass products

624 Leather and leather products

625 Lumber and lumber products

626 Paper and paper goods

627 Textile manufacturing

628 Tobacco manufacturing

629 Heavy equipment operation

Include: Truckdriver training

631 Upholstering

632 All other crafts and trades, N.E.C.

Other Institutional Courses

911 Agricultural and related courses

912 Marine engineering and navigation

913 Mortuary science

914 Stationary engineer

Include: Power station engineer and custodian engineer training

915 Other institutional courses, N.E.C.

Special Restorative Training Under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 35, Subchapter V

999 Special Program

421 Accounting

421 Accounting, Junior

581 Acetylene Burner Operation

581 Acetylene Welding

331 Actors

341 Advanced Flight or Commercial Pilot

422 Advertising

324 Aerial Photography

323 Aeronautical Drafting

312 Aeronautical Engineering Technicians

347 Aeronautics

422 Agent, Advertising

425 Agent, Claim

425 Agent, Collection

425 Agent, Freight Traffic

911 Agricultural Agent, County

911 Agricultural and Related Courses

428 Agricultural Produce, Salesmanship

911 Agriculture, N.E.C.

313 Aide, Dental

435 Aids or Attendants, Hospital

573 Air Brake Inspector, Railroad

510 Air-Conditioning

510 Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration

540 Aircraft Electrical Courses

576 Aircraft Engine Mechanics

586 Aircraft, Final Assembler

576 Aircraft Mechanics

586 Aircraft Metal Work

524 Aircraft Painting

554 Aircraft Radio Electricity

437 Airline Dispatcher

437 Airline Hostess

437 Airline Passenger Agent

342 Airline Transport Pilot Training

437 Airplane Inspector

576 Airplane Rigging

437 Airport Controller

437 Airport Control Tower Operation

437 Airport Ground Crew Operation

437 Airport Management

911 Animal Farming

321 Animation

334 Announcers, Radio

911 Apiculture (Beekeeping)

428 Apparel, Salesmanship

540 Appliance Repairmen, Electrical

320 Applied Arts, N.E C.

427 Appraising, Insurance

427 Appraising, Real Estate

*NEC - Not Elsewhere Classified

323 Architectural Drafting

335 Arranging, Music

321 Art, Advertising

321 Art, Commercial

320 Arts, Applied, N.E.C.

335 Arts, Performing, N.E.C.

526 Asbestos and Insulation Work

551 Assembly, Radar

313 Assistant, Dental

428 Auctioneer Training

421 Auditing

571 Auto Body Building

571 Automobile Body and Fender Repair

571 Automobile, Mechanics and Repairmen

571 Automobile Mechanics Helper

428 Automotive Retail Sales Management

429 Automotive Service Management

524 Auto Painting

428 Auto Parts, Salesmanship

561 Bakery, Shaping and Forming

561 Baking

332 Ballet Dancing

423 Banking

431 Barbering

625 Barrelmaking, Cooperage

585 Bar Rolling or Sheet Rolling

451 Basic Elementary Courses or Studies

540 Batterymaking

627 Beaming and Warping Occupations

431 Beauty Culture

911 Beekeeping

565 Beverage Brewing

565 Beverage Production, Nonalcoholic

565 Beverages, N.E.C.

915 Bible Institute Study

425 Bill Posting

621 Binding, Book

581 Blacksmithing

581 Blacksmith or Forgeman

571 Body and Fender Repair, Auto

571 Body Building, Auto

577 Boilerfiring, N.E.C.

581 Boilermaking

621 Bookbinding

423 Bookkeeping

424 Bookkeeping-Machine Operation

623 Bottle Manufacture, Glass

626 Box Manufacture, Paper

625 Box Manufacture, Wooden

571 Brakes Repair, Auto

911 Breeding, Silkworm

565 Brewing

521 Brick and Tile, Mill Room Man

521 Bricklaying

521 Brick Masonry

334 Broadcasting, Radio and/or TV

427 Brokerage Examination Preparation

427 Brokers, Real Estate

632 Brush or Broom Manufacture

524 Brush Painting

428 Building and Construction Equipment and

Supplies, Salesmanship

526 Building Construction, N.E.C.

577 Building Maintenance

432 Building Supervision

629 Bus Driving

429 Business and Commerce, N.E.C.

429 Business Courses, N.E.C.

424 Business-Machine Operation

423 Business Mathematics

562 Buttermaking

632 Button Manufacture

428 Buyer

428 Buyer, Purchasing Agent, N.E.C.

522 Cabinetmaking

540 Cable and Wire, Miscellaneous Operations

577 Cable Line Operation

433 Cafeteria Management

424 Calculating Machine Operation

577 Camera Repair

438 Camp Director

565 Candymaking

577 Can, Jar, etc., Capping Machine Operation

577 Can, Jar, etc., Filling Machine Operation

561 Canning and Preserving

561 Canning, Food Trades

530 Canvas Products

577 Capping Machine Operation

526 Car Building

627 Card Tending (Textiles)

573 Car Inspector, Railroad

573 Carman, Railroad

523 Carpentry

523 Carpentry, Aircraft

523 Carpentry, Construction

523 Carpentry, Molding or Planing

523 Carpentry, Ship

523 Carpentry, Stage

432 Carpetlaying

321 Cartooning

523 Carving or Shaping, Carpentry

590 Casemaking Machine Operator

425 Cashiering, Supermarket

631 Casket Trimming

583 Casting, Jewelry

521 Cement

521 Cement and Concrete Finishing, N.E.C.

521 Cement Construction, Rigger

553 Central Office Repairman, Telephone

328 Ceramics Design (not Engineering)

329 Chainman, Rodman, Surveying

425 Checker Clerk

622 Chemical and Related Products

313 Chiropractor

628 Cigarmaking

312 Civil Engineering Technicians Preparation

N.E..

915 Civil Service

427 Claims Investigator, Insurance

610 Cleaning and Finishing, Shoe

434 Cleaning, Laundry and Dry

425 Clerical

425 Clerical and Office Training, N.E.C.

425 Clerical, Printing and Publishing

425 Clerical, Transportation

425 Clerk, Checker

423 Clerk, Cost

425 Clerk, Financial Institution

425 Clerk, General Industry

425 Clerk, General Office

433 Clerk, Hotel and Restaurant Service

425 Clerk, Insurance

425 Clerk, Inventory

315 Clerk, Law

425 Clerk, Mail (Clerical)

425 Clerk, Material

915 Clerk, Post Office

425 Clerk, Printing and Publishing

428 Clerk, Sales

425 Clerk, Schedule

425 Clerk, Statistical

425 Clerk, Stock

425 Clerk, Traffic Rate

425 Clerk, Weigher

325 Clothing Design

622 Coal and Petroleum Products

563 Coffee Processing

425 Collection Agent

429 Collection Management

452 College Preparatory Courses, N.E.C.

551 Combination Man, Telephone

429 Commerce and Business, N.E.C.

321 Commercial Art

565 Commercial Cooking

323 Commercial Drafting

428 Commercial Equipment and

Supplies, Salesmanship

324 Commercial Photography

341 Commercial Pilot

554 Communication and Utilities

553 Communication, Mechanics and

Repairmen, N.E.C.

526 Composition Floor Laying

421 Comptroller

424 Computer Technology

521 Concrete

521 Concrete and Cement Finishing

521 Concrete, Cement, etc., Products, N.E.C.

521 Concrete Mixing Machine Operation

565 Confections, Manufacture of, General

526 Construction and Related Courses, N.E.C.

526 Construction, Building

523 Construction, Carpentry

323 Construction, Drafting

524 Construction, Painting

575 Contact Lens Molding

437 Controller, Airline

311 Control Room Operation

437 Control Tower Operation, Airport

565 Cook Helper

565 Cook, Marine

565 Cooking, Commercial

625 Cooperage, Barrelmaking

585 Coppersmithing

422 Copywriting

581 Coremaking, Foundry

314 Correspondent, New

622 Cosmetics, Manufacture

431 Cosmetology

421 Cost Accounting

423 Cost Clerk

325 Costume Design

627 Cotton Classer

610 Counter Molding, Shoe

344 Course, Flight Instructor

911 Courses, Agricultural and Related Courses

526 Courses, Construction and Related, N.E.C.

451 Courses, Elementary

577 Courses, Mechanical, N.E.C.

586 Courses, Metalwork, N.E.C.

915 Courses, Other Institutional, N.E.C.

452 Courses, Secondary

426 Court Reporting

632 Crafts and Trades, N.E.C.

629 Crane Operator

431 Culture, Beauty

581 Cupola Tending, Foundry

432 Custodial Service

914 Custodian Engineer Training

432 Custodian, School

624 Cutting, Glove

610 Cutting, Hand or Machine, Shoe

521 Cutting, Hand, Stone

564 Cutting, Meat

590 Cylinder Press Operation

562 Dairying

911 Dairy Farmhand

911 Dairy Farming

562 Dairy Products, General

562 Dairy Products, Processing of

332 Dancing, Ballet

424 Data Processing

424 Data Programming

322 Decorating and Painting

322 Decorating and Window Display

322 Decorating, Interior

632 Deep Sea Diving

581 Deep Sea Welding

313 Dental Aide

313 Dental Assistant

313 Dental Mechanics

610 Design and Patternmaking, Shoe

328 Design, Ceramic

325 Design, Clothing

325 Design, Costume

325 Design, Fashion

325 Design, Flatware

322 Design, Floral

325 Design, Furniture

325 Design, Industrial

325 Design, Jewelry

325 Design, Memorial Stonework

325 Design, N.E.C.

325 Design, Pattern

328 Design, Pottery

322 Design, Scenery

321 Design, Sign

320 Design, Tool and Die

584 Diemaking

572 Diesel and Gas Engines, N.E.C.

572 Diesel Mechanics and Repairmen

438 Director, Camp

334 Disc Jockeys

437 Dispatcher, Airlines

322 Display, Window

632 Diving, Deep Sea

438 Domestic and Personal Services, N.E.C.

561 Dough Mixer

323 Drafting

323 Drafting, Aeronautical

323 Drafting, Architectural

323 Drafting, Commercial

323 Drafting, Construction

323 Drafting, Electrical

323 Drafting, Electronic

323 Drafting, Map

323 Drafting, Marine

323 Drafting, Mechanical

331 Drama, Radio

331 Dramatic Reader

432 Drapery Installation

530 Dressmaking

530 Dressmaking, Tailoring and Weaving

584 Drill Press Operation

577 Drilling, Machine, General

622 Drilling, Rotary

629 Driver Training, Truck

622 Drugs, Manufacture

434 Drycleaning

627 Dyeing, Textiles

586 Electric Furnace Operation

540 Electric and Household Appliance Repair

629 Electric Truck Operation

581 Electric Welding

311 Electrical and Electronic Fundamentals

540 Electrical Appliance Manufacture

540 Electrical Appliance Repairmen

540 Electrical Course, N.E.C.

S40 Electrical Courses, Aircraft

540 Electrical Courses, Ship

323 Electrical Drafting

312 Electrical Engineering Technicians

540 Electrical Equipment Maintenance

540 Electrical Equipment Repair

540 Electrical Machine Manufacture

540 Electrical Meter Repair

540 Electrical Motor Repair

540 Electrical Service and Repair

540 Electrical Trades, N.E.C.

540 Electricians

554 Electricity, Radio, Aircraft

554 Electricity, Radio, Ship

311 Electron Tubes and Circuits

551 Electronics Assembly and Installation

552 Electronics Operation

424 Electronic Business Machine Operation

323 Electronic Drafting

553 Electronic Mechanics and Repairmen

311 Electronic Technicians

554 Electronic Trades, N.E.C.

586 Electroplating

313 Electrotherapy

552 Electrotype Operation

451 Elementary Courses

577 Elevator Installation

577 Elevator Repair

913 Embalming

913 Embalming and Undertaking

584 Engine Lathe Operator

576 Engine Mechanics, Aircraft

571 Engine Mechanics, Hydromatic

914 Engineer, Hoisting

914 Engineer, Power Station

510 Engineer, Refrigeration

914 Engineer, Stationary

510 Engineer, Ventilating

912 Engineering, Marine

312 Engineering Technicians, Aeronautical

312 Engineering Technicians, Civil

312 Engineering Technicians, Electrical

312 Engineering Technicians, Industrial

312 Engineering Technicians, Mechanical

312 Engineering Technicians, N.E.C.

582 Engraving, Hand and Machine

582 Engraving, Jewelry

582 Engraving-Machine Operation, General

582 Engraving-Machine Operator, Textiles

590 Engraving, Printing

582 Engraving, Rubber

425 Estimating, Printing and Publishing

915 Estimating, Specification

425 Expeditor Clerk

432 Exterminator, Insect

622 Fabricated Plastic Products

530 Fabricated Textile Products, N.E.C.

312 Factory Layout (Industrial

Engineering Technician)

577 Factory Maintenance Man

428 Farm and Garden Supplies, Salesmanship

911 Farmhand, Animal

911 Farmhand, Animal or Livestock

911 Farmhand, Dairy

911 Farmhand, Livestock

911 Farm Management

577 Farm Mechanics

577 Farm Mechanics and Machinery

911 Farming, Animal

911 Farming, Dairy

911 Farming, Fruit

911 Farming, Fur

911 Farming, Livestock

325 Fashion Design

571 Fender and Body Repair, Auto

911 Fieldman, Dairy

425 Filing

577 Filling Machine, Can, Jar, etc.

577 Filter Plant Operator, Water

586 Final Assembler, Aircraft

425 Financial Institution Clerk

436 Fingerprint Classification

623 Finishing and Polishing, Glass

436 Fireman Training

436 Fire Protection

577 Firing, Boiler, N.E.C.

436 Fish or Game Warden Training

911 Fishery

581 Flame Cutting and Welding

325 Flatware Design

341 Flight, Advanced

344 Flight Instructor Course

347 Flight Training, N.E.C.

526 Floor Laying, Composition

523 Floor Laying, Wood

428 Floor Management, Retail

523 Floor Sanding

322 Floral Design

428 Flowers, Salesmanship

561 Food Preserving and Packing

561 Food Processing, Preserving and Packing

565 Food Products

428 Foodstuff, Salesmanship

565 Food Trades

581 Forging, Metalwork

581 Forgeman or Blacksmith, N.E.C.

581 Forging Press Operation

581 Foundry Work

625 Framing, Picture

425 Freight Traffic Agent

911 Fruit Farmhand

911 Fruit Farming

530 Fur Cutting and Making

911 Fur Farming

530 Fur Goods, Production

625 Furniture Assembly

325 Furniture Design

524 Furniture Finish, Painting

625 Furniture Manufacture

428 Furniture, Salesmanship

572 Gas and Diesel Engines, N.E.C.

577 Gas Maintenance

622 Gas Producing

581 Gas Welding

583 Gemology

911 General Agriculture

425 General Industry Clerk

425 General Office Clerk

425 General Office Practice

335 General Theater

623 Glass Bending

623 Glassblowing and Forming

623 Glass Bottle Manufacture

623 Glass Finishing

526 Glass Installation

623 Glass Polishing

623 Glass Products, N.E.C.

343 Glider Training

624 Glove Cutting

622 Gluemaking

583 Goldsmithing

626 Goods, Paper

915 Government Service, Postal

563 Grain Processing and Packing

563 Grain Mill Products

911 Greenhouse Worker

584 Grinding-Machine Operation

577 Gunsmith Course

581 Hammersmith, Machine

582 Hand Engraving

321 Hand Etching

590 Hand Typesetting

314 Handwriting Analysis

428 Hardware, Salesmanship

624 Harness making

530 Hat Finishing

584 Header Setup Operation, Die Setting

577 Heating Equipment Mechanics

572 Heavy Equipment Mechanics

and Repairmen

629 Heavy Equipment Operation

911 Herdsman

452 High School Studies, N.E.C.

914 Hoisting Engineer

584 Honing or Lapping Machine Operation

435 Hospital Attendants or Aides

435 Hospital or Medical Services

435 Hospital Services

433 Hotel and Motel Training

433 Hotel and Restaurant Service, N.E.C.

433 Hotel and Restaurant Stewardship

433 Hotel Housekeeper Course

433 Hotel Management

526 Housebuilder

432 Household Service

433 Housekeeper, Hotel Course

540 Housewiring

571 Hydromatic Engine Mechanics

321 Illustration, Technical

632 Industrial Courses, N.E.C.

320 Industrial Design

312 Industrial Engineering Technicians

622 Inkmaking

432 Insect Extermination

575 Inspecting, Optical Goods

624 Inspecting or Checking,

Leather Manufacture

573 Inspector, Airbrake

576 Inspector, Airplane

573 Inspector, Car, Railroad

573 Inspector, Railroad

436 Inspector, Safety

435 Inspector, Sanitary

551 Installation, Radar

551 Installation, Telephone and Telegraph

551 Installation, Television

915 Institutional Courses, Other, N.E.C.

344 Instructor Course, Flight

329 Instrument Man, Surveying

632 Instrument Manufacturing, Musical

576 Instrument Mechanic, Aircraft

345 Instrument Rating Course

577 Instrument Repair, Musical

526 Insulation

427 Insurance

427 Insurance Appraising

425 Insurance Clerk

322 Interior Decorating

425 Inventory Clerk

586 Ironworking Ornamental

586 Ironworking, Shop

432 Janitor

432 Janitor Service

583 Jewelry

325 Jewelry Design

583 Jewelry and Watch Repair

583 Jewelry Casting

583 Jewelry Diemaking

582 Jewelry Engraving

583 Jewelry Finish

583 Jewelry Making, N.E.C.

583 Jewelry Making and Repair, N.E.C.

583 Jewelry Spinning

584 Job Setter, Machine Shop

334 Jockeys, Disc

421 Junior Accounting

632 Kiln Operation, Pottery

625 Kiln Operation, Wood

625 Kiln Tending, Furniture

627 Knitting Machine Operation

324 Laboratory, Photographic

313 Laboratory Technician, Medica

314 Laboratory Technician, N.E.C.

313 Laboratory Technician,

Oxygen Therapy Equipment

313 Laboratory Technician, Pharmaceutical

313 Laboratory Technician, X-Ray

320 Landscaping

584 Lapping or Honing Machine Operation

610 Last Repair, Shoe

610 Lasting, Hand, Shoe

610 Lasting, Machine, Shoe

434 Laundry

434 Laundry and Drycleaning

315 Law Clerk

436 Law Enforcement

432 Laying Carpets or Linoleum

526 Laying Floors, Composition

523 Laying Floors, Wood

312 Layout, Factory (Industrial

Engineering Technician)

632 Layout, Signs

622 Leaseman, Petroleum

624 Leather and Leather Products

624 Leather Graining

624 Leather Manufacture,

Inspecting or Checking

315 Legal Technician

575 Lens, Contact, Molding

575 Lens Grinding

554 Linemen, Power

432 Linoleum Laying

590 Linotype Operation

590 Lithograph Press Operation

590 Lithograph Printing

911 Livestock Farming

586 Locker Assembly

577 Locksmith Course

627 Loom Fixing

428 Lumber and Building

Supply, Sales Management

625 Lumber and Lumber Products

625 Lumber Trade, N.E.C.

563 Macaroni and Related Products

577 Machine Adjusting, Miscellaneous

584 Machine Assembly, General

577 Machine Drilling, General

582 Machine Engraving

584 Machine Layout

540 Machine Manufacture, Electrical

424 Machine Operation, Business or Electronic

324 Machine Operation, Photographic

584 Machine Shop

590 Machine Type Casting

577 Machinery Oiling

584 Machinists

540 Magnet Winding

425 Mail Clerk (Clerical)

577 Maintenance, Building

577 Maintenance, Factory

577 Maintenance, Gas

577 Maintenance Mechanic, General

437 Management, Airport

433 Management, Cafeteria

429 Management, Credit and Collection

911 Management, Farm

433 Management, Hotel

428 Management, Merchandise

433 Management, Restaurant

428 Management, Retail Stores

428 Management, Sales and Distribution

428 Management, Sales, N.E.C.

438 Management, Service, N.E.C.

436 Management, Traffic

431 Manicuring

622 Manufacture of Drugs and

Cosmetics, N.E.C.

632 Manufacturing, Miscellaneous, N.E.C.

627 Manufacturing, Textile

628 Manufacturing, Tobacco

323 Map Drafting

565 Marine Cook

323 Marine Drafting

912 Marine Engineering and Navigation

552 Marine Radio Operation

428 Marketing

521 Masonry, Brick

526 Masonry, General

521 Masonry, Stone

313 Massage

425 Material Clerk

423 Mathematics, Business

564 Meat Cutting

564 Meat Dressing

564 Meat Processing and Packing

564 Meat Stuffing, Sausage

320 Mechanical Arts, N.E.C.

577 Mechanical Courses, N.E.C.

313 Mechanical Dentistry

323 Mechanical Drafting

312 Mechanical Engineering Technicians

571 Mechanic Helper, Automobile

576 Mechanics, Aircraft Engine

576 Mechanics, Aircraft

576 Mechanics, Aircraft Instrument

577 Mechanics and Repair, N.E.C.

571 Mechanics and Repairmen, Automobile

572 Mechanics and Repairmen, Diesel

572 Mechanics and Repairmen,

Heavy Equipment

571 Mechanics and Repairmen, Motor Vehicle

553 Mechanics and Repairmen,

Other Communications

573 Mechanics and Repairmen, Railroad

313 Mechanics, Dental

572 Mechanics, Diesel and Gas Engines

577 Mechanics, Farm

577 Mechanics, Heating Equipment

577 Mechanics, Maintenance, General

575 Mechanics, Optical

577 Mechanics, Precision Instrument

572 Mechanics, Tractor

572 Mechanics, Truck

313 Medical Records Technician

313 Medical and Related Technicians

435 Medical Services

428 Medical Supplies, Salesmanship

586 Metalwork Courses, N.E.C.

586 Metalwork, Aircraft

586 Metalwork, Ship

586 Metalwork, Structural and

Ornamental, N.E.C.

540 Meter Repair, Electrical

562 Milk Processing

530 Millinery

325 Millinery, Design

584 Milling Machine Operation

521 Millroom Man, Brick and Tile

577 Millwright Machine

632 Miscellaneous Manufacturing, N.E.C.

577 Miscellaneous Repair

335 Modeling, Photographic

586 Modelmaking, Patternmaking

(except paper)

632 Moldmaking (Clay)

581 Molding, Foundry

523 Molding or Planing, Carpentry

590 Monotype Operation

913 Mortuary Science

433 Motel and Hotel Training

335 Motion Picture Production

324 Motion Picture Projection

577 Motorcycle Repair

526 Motor Grader Operation

540 Motor Repair, Electrical

571 Motor Vehicle Mechanics and Repairmen

428 Motor Vehicles and Supplies, Salesmanship

346 Multiengine Class Rating Course

632 Musical Instrument Manufacture

577 Musical Instrument Repair

333 Musicians

912 Navigation, Marine

912 Navigation and Seamanship, N.E.C.

540 Neon Sign Service

627 Netmaking

314 News Correspondent

324 Newspaper Photography

911 Nurseryman

435 Nursing, Practical

425 Office Clerk

42S Office Practice

424 Office Machine Operation

577 Office Machine Service or Repair

429 Office Management, N.E.C.

590 Offset Press Operation

577 Oiling Machinery

629 Operation, Heavy Equipment

530 Operation, Sewing Machine

437 Operator, Airport Control Tower

311 Operation, Control Room

914 Operating Engineer, N.E.C.

540 Operators, Substation

575 Optical Goods Inspector

623 Optical Goods Manufacture

575 Optical Mechanics

313 Optician

632 Organ Tuning

584 Ornamental and Structural Metal

Work, N.E.C.

584 Ornamental Iron-Template Makin

584 Ornamental Iron Working

314 Other Courses, Technical, N.E.C.

915 Other Institutional Courses, N.E.C.

438 Other Services, N.E.C.

565 Packing and Processing, Food

563 Packing and Processing, Grain

564 Packing and Processing, Meat

622 Paint Mixing

622 Paint Production

524 Painter, Brush

524 Painter, Spray

524 Painting, Aircraft

524 Painting, Auto

322 Painting and Decorating

524 Painting, Furniture Finish

524 Painting, N.E.C., Construction

524 Painting, Ship

321 Painting, Sign

590 Pantograph Machine Operation

626 Paper and Paper Goods

626 Paper and Pulp Production

626 Paper Box Manufacture

626 Paper Goods Manufacture

524 Paper Hanging

437 Passenger Agent, Airline

586 Patternmaking and

Modelmaking (except paper)

325 Pattern Design

581 Pattern Layout, Foundry

627 Patternmaking, Textile

423 Paymaster

551 PBX Installer

436 Peace Officer Training

335 Performing Arts, N.E.C.

438 Personal Service, N.E.C.

622 Petroleum, N.E.C.

622 Petroleum and Coal Products

622 Petroleum Leaseman

622 Petroleum Process Laborer

622 Petroleum Refining

622 Petroleum Refining, Testing

313 Pharmaceutical Laboratory Technique

551 Phonograph and Radio Manufacture

590 Photocomposing Machine Operator

590 Photo Engraving

324 Photographic Laboratory

324 Photographic Machine Operation

335 Photographic Modeling

324 Photography

324 Photography, Aerial

324 Photography, Commercial

324 Photography, Newspaper

324 Photostat Operation

632 Piano Tuning

625 Picture Framing

526 Pile Driver Operation

341 Pilot, Commercial

342 Pilot Training, Airline Transport

525 Pipefitting

584 Planer Operator, Machine

523 Planning or Molding, Carpentry

521 Plastering

622 Plastic Products, Fabricated

622 Plastics, N.E.C.

590 Platen Press Operation

525 Plumbing

525 Plumbing and Pipefitting

436 Policeman

586 Polishing and Buffing, Metal Work

623 Polishing and Finishing, Glass

521 Polishing, Stone

915 Post Office Clerk

915 Postal, Government Service

915 Postman

328 Pottery Design

632 Pottery Forming

632 Pottery, Kiln Operation

911 Poultry Expert

540 Power Laborer

554 Power Lineman

629 Power Shovel Operation

914 Power Station Engineer

540 Power Substation Operator

435 Practical Nursing

577 Precision Instrument Mechanics

427 Preparatory for Brokerage Examinations

561 Preserving and Canning

561 Preserving, Food Trades

590 Press Feeding

590 Pressman, Printing, N.E.C.

590 Printing, N.E.C.

428 Printing Equipment and Supplies,

Salesmanship

425 Printing or Publishing Clerk

590 Printing Pressman, N.E.C.

590 Printing Process Laborer

428 Printing, Salesmanship

436 Probation Officer

563 Processing and Packing, Grain

622 Process Labor, Petroleum

590 Process Laborer, Printing

429 Production Management

530 Production of Fur Goods

335 Production of Motion Pictures

622 Products, Chemical

623 Products, Glass

624 Products, Leather

625 Products, Lumber

334 Program Production, Radio

424 Programming, Data

324 Projection, Motion Picture

632 Prosthetic Appliance Manufacture

436 Protection, Fire

436 Protective Services

422 Public Relations

590 Publishing

626 Pulp Production, Paper

585 Punch Press Operation

428 Purchasing Agent

551 Radar Assembly

551 Radar Assembly and Installation

552 Radar Operation

551 Radar Installation

571 Radiator Repair, Auto

551 Radio and Phonograph Manufacture

311 Radio and/or Television Engineering

(Electronics Technician)

553 Radio and/or Television Mechanics

334 Radio Announcers

551 Radio Assembly and Installation

428 Radio Broadcast Service, Salesmanship

334 Radio Broadcast Technique

334 Radio Continuity Writing

334 Radio Drama

554 Radio Electricity, Aircraft

554 Radio Electricity, Ship

311 Radio Engineering

(Electronic Technicians)

551 Radio Installation

553 Radio Mechanics

552 Radio Operation

552 Radio Operation Marine

334 Radio Program Production

553 Radio Repairmen

552 Radio Telegraph Operation

573 Railroad Inspector

573 Railroad Mechanics and Repairmen

425 Railroad Schedulemaker

425 Railroad Station Agent

552 Railroad Telegraph Operation

345 Rating Course, Instrument

346 Rating Course, Multiengine

622 Rayon Spinning

331 Reader, Dramatic

427 Real Estate

427 Real Estate Appraising

427 Real Estate Brokers

427 Real Estate and Insurance

427 Real Estate Management

428 Real Estate Salesmanship

313 Records Technician, Medical

438 Recreation Executive

627 Reedmaking

622 Refining, Petroleum

510 Refrigeration

510 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

510 Refrigeration Service

422 Relations, Public

915 Religious Institute Study

577 Repair, Camera

577 Repair, Elevator

577 Repair, Miscellaneous

610 Repair, Shoe

583 Repair, Watch and Jewelry

540 Repairmen, Electrical Appliance

572 Repairmen for Heavy Equipment

573 Repairmen, Railroad

553 Repeater Technician, Telephone

334 Reporter, News Radio

314 Reporter, Newspaper

426 Reporting, Court

433 Restaurant Management

428 Retailing

428 Retail Apparel Sales Management

428 Retail Store Management

521 Rigger, Cement Construction

576 Rigging, Airplane

521 Rock Drilling, Slate

526 Roofing Work

622 Rotary Drilling

590 Rotogravure Process

425 Route Supervisor

622 Rubber Compounding (Tire)

582 Rubber Engraving

622 Rubber Products, N.E.C.

622 Rubber Stampmaking

530 Rug Repair

624 Saddlemaking

436 Safety Inspector

428 Sales and Distribution Management

428 Sales Clerk

428 Sales Management, Automotive Retail

428 Sales Management, Lumber and

Building Supply

428 Sales Management, Retail Apparel

428 Sales Management, Sales and Distribution

428 Sales Management, Wholesale

428 Salesmanship (All Subjects)

428 Sales Promotion

521 Sandblasting, Stonework

523 Sanding, Construction

435 Sanitary Inspector

564 Sausage Stuffing

584 Saw Filing

523 Sawyer, Construction

322 Scenery Design

425 Schedule Clerk

425 Schedulemaker, Railroad

432 School Custodian

913 Science, Mortuary

912 Seamanship, N.E.C.

452 Secondary Courses

432 Service, Custodial

426 Secretarial

911 Seed Sorting

540 Service and Repair, Electrical

432 Service, Household

432 Service, Janitor

429 Service, Management

435 Services, Hospital

435 Services, Medical

438 Services, Other, N.E.C.

436 Services, Protective

530 Sewing Machine Operation

610 Sewing or Stitching Machine, Shoe

432 Sexton

561 Shaping or Forming, Bakery

523 Shaping or Carving, Carpentry

585 Sheetmetal Working

585 Sheet or Bar Rolling

523 Ship Carpentry

540 Ship Electrical Courses

586 Ship Metalwork

524 Ship Painting

525 Ship Plumbing and Pipefitting

554 Ship Radio Electricity

610 Shoe Cleaning and Finishing

610 Shoe Cutting, Hand

610 Shoe Cutting, Machine

610 Shoe Design and Patternmaking

610 Shoe Lasting, Hand

610 Shoe Lasting, Machine

610 Shoemaking and Repair

610 Shoe Trimmer

622 Shooter, Petroleum

584 Shop, Machine

428 Shopper

335 Showman

321 Sign Design

321 Sign Painting

540 Sign Service, Neon

321 Signwriting, Hand

632 Signs, Layout

911 Silkworm, Breeding

583 Silversmithing

521 Slate, Rock Drilling

586 Small Parts Assembly

622 Soapmaking

581 Soldering

999 Special Program, Chapter 35

583 Spinning, Jewelry

622 Spinning, Rayon

627 Spinning, Textile

428 Sporting Goods, Salesmanship

524 Spray Painting

523 Stage Carpentry

425 Station Agent, Railroad

914 Stationary Boiler Firing

914 Stationary Engineer

425 Statistical Clerk

525 Steamfitting

586 Steelworking, Structural

426 Stenography

426 Stenotypy

590 Stereotyping

433 Steward, Hotel or Restaurant

610 Stitching or Sewing Machine, Shoe

429 Stock or Bond Broker

428 Stock or Bond Salesmanship

425 Stock Clerk

425 Stockman Training, Supermarket

425 Stock Supervisor

632 Stone and Clay, N.E.C.

521 Stonecutting, Hand

521 Stone Masonry

521 Stone Polishing

521 Stone Work, Sand Blasting

540 Storage Battery Repair

428 Store Management, Retail

586 Structural and Ornamental Metal Work

586 Structural Steel Working

564 Stuffing, Sausage

540 Substation Operators

425 Supermarket Cashiering

425 Supermarket Stockman Training

429 Supervision, Building

329 Surveying

329 Surveying, Chainman, Rodman

329 Surveying, Instrument Man

540 Switching

540 Switching and Substation Operators

424 Tabulating Machine Operation

314 Technical Courses, Other, N.E C.

321 Technical Illustration

311 Technicians Electronic

312 Technicians, Engineering, N.E.C.

315 Technician, Legal

313 Technician, Medical Records

313 Technician, X-ray

334 Technicians, Radio Broadcast

424 Technology, Computer

530 Tailoring

530 Tailoring, Dressmaking and Weaving

584 Tapping or Threading Machine, Drill Press

421 Tax Accounting

551 Telegraph Assembly and Installation

552 Telegraph Operation

424 Telegraphic Typewriter Operation

551 Telephone Assembly and Installation

553 Telephone Mechanics and Repairmen

551 Telephone Installation

552 Telephone Operation

551 Television Assembly and Installation

311 Television Engineering

551 Television Installation

553 Television Mechanics and Repairmen

552 Television Operation

586 Templatemaking, Ornamental Iron

622 Testing, Petroleum Refining

530 Textile Cutting, Hand

530 Textile Cutting, Machine

627 Textile Dyeing

530 Textile Fabricated Products, N.E.C.

627 Textile Manufacturing

627 Textile Patternmaking

335 Theater, General

429 Theater Management

313 Therapy, Occupational

313 Therapy, Physical

521 Tilesetting

585 Tinsmithing

622 Tire Building

622 Tire Curing

622 Tire Finish and Repair

628 Tobacco Manufacturing

628 Tobacco Products, N.E.C.

584 Tool and Die Making

584 Tool Filing Occupations

584 Tool Grinding, Shop

323 Topographical Drafting

632 Toy Manufacture

572 Tractor Mechanic

632 Trades and Crafts, N.E.C.

632 Trades and Industrial Courses, N.E.C.

540 Trades, Electrical

554 Trades, Electronic

565 Trades, Food

436 Traffic Management

425 Traffic Rate Clerk

342 Training, Airline Transport Pilot

914 Training, Custodian Engineer

347 Training, Flight, N.E.C.

343 Training, Glider

433 Training, Hotel and Motel

436 Training, Peace Officer

629 Training, Truckdriver

342 Transport Pilot Training, Airline

423 Treasurer

610 Trimming, Boot and Shoe

629 Truckdriver Training

572 Truck Mechanics

581 Tumbler Operation, Foundry

526 Tunnel Building

584 Turret Lathe Operation

590 Typecasting, Machine

590 Typesetting

590 Typesetting, Hand

425 Typing

913 Undertaking

581 Underwater Welding

427 Underwriter, Insurance

631 Upholstering

554 Utilities and Communication

622 Varnishmaking

632 Venetian Blind Assembly

510 Ventilating Engineer

333 Voice (Music)

438 Waiter

438 Waitress

436 Warden, Fish or Game

627 Warping and Beaming Occupations

577 Washing Machine Repair

583 Watchmaking

583 Watch Repair

577 Water-Softening Service

629 Water Transportation

530 Weaving

590 Webb Press Operation

425 Weigher Clerk

581 Welding and Flame Cutting, N.E.C.

581 Welding, Acetylene

581 Welding, Combination

581 Welding, Electric

581 Welding, Gas

581 Welding, Underwater and Deep Sea

581 Welders

438 Welfare Work

915 West Point Preparatory

428 Wholesaling

431 Wigmaking

627 Winder Operation, Textiles

322 Window Display

322 Window Dressing

540 Wire and Cable, Miscellaneous

586 Wire and Wire Products

540 Wiring, House

625 Wood and Wood Products, N.E.C.

625 Wooden Box Manufacture

625 Wooden Lastmaking

523 Woodworking

523 Woodworking-Machine Operation

581 Work, Foundry

585 Working, Sheetmetal

335 Writing, Play

334 Writing, Radio Continuity

540 X-ray Machine Service and Repair

313 X-Ray Technician

429 Zoo Management

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