Biology: The science of life or of the origin, structure, reproduction, growth and development of living organisms collectively.
Chemistry: The science that deals with the composition, structure and properties of chemical processes and phenomena of substance and the transformation that they undergo.
Computer Science: The science that deals with the theoretical aspects of computers including storage and the transformation of data using computers.
Mathematics: The science of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations, and abstractions of spaced configurations and their structure.
Physics/Electronics: A branch of physics that deals with the emission, behavior or effects (as in electron tubes and transistors) and with electronic devices.
Physics/Energy: A branch of physics that deals with usable power (as heat or electricity) and the resources for producing such power.
Physics/General: The science that deals with matter and energy and their interactions in the fields of mechanics, acoustics, optics, heat, electricity, magnetism, radiation, atomic structure and nuclear phenomena.
Music Composition: The science or art of arranging music by ordering tones or sounds in succession, in combination or in temporal relationships to produce a composition having unity and continuity.
Original Essay: A brief examination of a subject in prose usually expressing a personal view or interpretation of a subject or topic.
Poetry: A composition, marked by language chosen for its sound, beauty and evocative power.
Play Writing: A literary composition developed for the stage.
Dance: To perform a series of rhythmic and patterned bodily movements usually performed to music.
Dramatics: The art of staging or acting plays
Music Instrumental/Classical: The art of performing with a device used to produce music with tones of the late 18th and 19th centuries characterized by an emphasis on balance, clarity, and moderation.
Music Instrumental/Contemporary: The art of performing with a device used to produce music with the tones of the present.
Music Vocal/Classical: The art of performing with the human voice rhythmic tones or sounds of the late 18th and 19th centuries characterized by an emphasis on balance, clarity, and moderation.
Music Vocal/Contemporary: The art of performing with the human voice rhythmic tones or sounds to produce music with the tones of the present.
Oratory: The art of speaking in public eloquently and effectively. (This is not a dramatic presentation.)
Architecture: The science, art or profession of designing buildings or outdoor spaces.
Drawing: The art of representing forms and figures on a surface by means of lines.
Filmmaking/Video: The art and process of making motion pictures.
Painting: The art of laying on paints with a brush or a knife.
Photography: The process, art and technique of taking images recorded by a camera and reproducing them on a photosensitive surface.
Sculpture: The art of making three-dimensional figures or designs
Entrepreneurship: Refers to owning, organizing, and managing your own business by providing a necessary product or service.
Culinary Arts: The creative practice of cooking. One who engages in the culinary arts, or a culinarian, is either called a cook or a chef depending on their level of expertise.