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NAICS industry 6113 - establishments primarily engaged in furnishing academic courses and granting degrees at baccalaureate or graduate levels.

NAICS industry definition

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in furnishing academic courses and granting degrees at baccalaureate or graduate levels. The requirement for admission is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training. Instruction may be provided in diverse settings, such as the establishment's or client's training facilities, educational institutions, the workplace, or the home, and through diverse means, such as correspondence, television, the Internet, or other electronic and distance-learning methods. The training provided by these establishments may include the use of simulators and simulation methods.

Examples:

  • Colleges (except junior colleges)
  • Theological seminaries offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Military academies, college level
  • Universities
  • Professional schools (e.g., business administration, dental, law, medical)

Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing academic, or academic and technical, courses and granting associate degrees, certificates, or diplomas below the baccalaureate level are classified in Industry 611210, Junior Colleges.

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October 16, 2021
AP NEWS
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The University of Tennessee at Knoxville has offered to reinstate a professor who was acquitted of federal charges that had accused him of hiding his relationship with a Chinese university while receiving NASA research grants, a letter obtained by the Knoxville News Sentinel says.
Jennifer Ouellette
October 13, 2021
Ars Technica
Unusual property reduces the defects that have hindered commercialization to date.
The Associated Press
October 13, 2021
CTVNews
When Southwest Airlines cancelled more than 2,000 flights over the weekend, citing bad weather and air traffic control issues, unsupported claims blaming vaccine mandates began taking off.
October 13, 2021
AP NEWS
SEATTLE (AP) -- The University of Washington has agreed to pay more than $800,000 to settle Justice Department allegations that a professor submitted false documentation relating to a highly competitive grant.
Phil Booth
October 12, 2021
go.theregister.com
Who really benefits from 'secondary use' of your medical data?
Alex Clark
October 11, 2021
The Telegraph
Use our interactive tools to see which UK subjects and courses lead to the highest earnings for graduates
By MICHAEL PHILLIS, Associated Press
October 10, 2021
Chron
ST. LOUIS (AP) - After water levels at a California dam fell to historic lows this...
MICHAEL PHILLIS Associated Press
October 10, 2021
ABC News
U.S. hydropower generation is forecast to drop 14% this year compared with 2020 as drought grips vast areas of the West
By DAVID KEYTON and MARIA CHENG, Associated Press
October 4, 2021
Chron
STOCKHOLM (AP) - Two scientists won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for their...
Simon Sharwood
October 1, 2021
go.theregister.com
Also plans remote-controlled robots with fingers and jar-opening capabilities, to help run a moon base
Simon Sharwood
October 1, 2021
go.theregister.com
At Jeff Bezos' rocket company, billionaire egos create fear of flying
Dave Muoio
September 30, 2021
FierceHealthcare
Welcome to this week's Chutes & Ladders, our roundup of hirings, firings and retirings throughout the industry. Please submit the good news--or the bad--from your shop, and we will feature it here at the end of each week.
The Associated Press
September 29, 2021
CTVNews
In an economy upended by the coronavirus, shortages and price spikes have hit everything from lumber to computer chips. Not even toilet paper escaped.
By PAUL WISEMAN and TOM KRISHER
September 29, 2021
AP NEWS
In an economy upended by the coronavirus, shortages and price spikes have hit everything from lumber to computer chips. Not even toilet paper escaped.Now, they're cutting into one of the humblest yet most vital links in the global manufacturing supply chain: The plastic pellets that go into a vast universe of products ranging from cereal bags to medical devices, automotive interiors to bicycle helmets.
September 29, 2021
AP NEWS
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- An eye surgeon is donating $95 million to the University of Alabama at Birmingham's medical school in what officials say is the single largest philanthropic pledge in the university's history.
Fred Pearce
September 28, 2021
Grist
Decabornize the production of steel, cement, and ammonia, which together emit about one-fifth of all human-caused CO2.
Heather Landi
September 27, 2021
FierceHealthcare
The Biden administration awarded $73 million in cooperative agreements to 10 higher education and minority-serving institutions to train the future public health informatics and technology workforce.
Alex Clark
September 27, 2021
The Telegraph
Use our interactive tools to see which UK subjects and courses lead to the highest earnings for recent graduates
By KATHLEEN FOODY
September 25, 2021
AP NEWS
CHICAGO (AP) -- Austin Moody wanted to apply his cybersecurity skills in his home state of Michigan, teaming up with investigators for the State Police to analyze evidence and track down criminals.But the recent graduate set the idea aside after learning an unpaid internship was his only way into the Michigan agency.
David Cox
June 4, 2021
the Guardian
Loneliness and anxiety afflict many people working remotely, but companies can support employees with an array of technologies
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