Mathematics is the study of patterns and structures, including numbers, quantities, and shapes, and the relationships between them, using logical reasoning and mathematical techniques to solve problems and make predictions.
Zoology is the scientific study of animals, including their structure, behavior, physiology, genetics, evolution, and interactions with other species and the environment, from microscopic organisms to complex vertebrates.
English is the study of language, literature, and communication, including grammar, vocabulary, writing, and critical analysis of literary works, as well as the historical and cultural contexts in which they were produced.
Economics is the study of how individuals, organizations, and societies allocate scarce resources to satisfy their unlimited wants, and the analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
History is the study of past events, people, and societies, using critical analysis of sources and evidence to understand and interpret the development of human civilization and the complex interactions between different cultures and nations.
Political science is the study of government, politics, and public policy, including the analysis of power, institutions, and political behavior, as well as the historical and cultural factors that shape political systems.
Sociology is the study of society, including the behavior and interactions of individuals and groups, the organization and structure of social institutions, and the cultural, economic, and political factors that shape social relations.