Majors Declared 1999 through 2003    Recent data

Part 1.  Interdisciplinary Programs

    Fall Majors Declared 5-Year average Percent in 2003
Area Program 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Humanities Communication & the Arts 96 93 127 133 116 113.0 2.8%
Communication Processes 166 140 169 170 184 165.8 4.5%
Humanistic Studies 79 70 65 52 50 63.2 1.2%
Sub-total 341 303 361 355 350 342.0 8.5%
Natural  Sciences Environmental Science 150 127 95 104 78 110.8 1.9%
Human Biology 258 254 265 237 264 255.6 6.4%
Information Science 22 32 40 37 37 33.6 0.9%
Nutritional Science 10 3 1 NA NA 4.7 NA
Sub-total 440 416 401 378 379 402.8 9.2%
Social   Sciences Environ. Policy & Planning 38 36 40 28 32 34.8 0.8%
Human Development 148 217 259 249 250 224.6 6.1%
Public Administration 54 47 57 46 39 48.6 0.9%
Social Change & Devel. 59 58 65 55 62 59.8 1.5%
Urban & Regional Studies 35 33 31 25 34 31.6 0.8%
Sub-total 334 391 452 403 417 399.4 10.1%
Professional Studies Business 421 432 469 424 515 452.2 12.5%
Education 162 178 194 192 186 182.4 4.5%
Nursing Campus 90 82 67 60 32 66.2 0.8%
Nursing Collaborative 39 45 73 67 75 59.8 1.8%
Nursing National na 19 69 68 50 51.5 1.2%
Social Work 54 56 85 76 81 70.4 2.0%
Sub-total 766 812 957 887 939 872.2 22.8%
Other Individual Major 4 7 8 4 5 5.6 0.1%
Interdisciplinary Studies 240 246 246 194 215 228.2 5.2%
All Interdisciplinary   2125 2175 2425 2221 2305 2250.2 56.0%

 

Part 2.  Disciplinary Programs and Undergraduate Totals

    Fall Majors Declared 5-Year average Percent in 2003
Area Program 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Humanities Art 120 123 121 115 132 122.2 3.2%
English 129 135 133 141 147 137.0 3.6%
French 15 16 17 14 19 16.2 0.5%
German 19 18 31 25 26 23.8 0.6%
History 98 124 144 144 154 132.8 3.7%
Music 87 82 80 74 81 80.8 2.0%
Philosophy 19 20 23 15 25 20.4 0.6%
Spanish 56 55 66 64 76 63.4 1.8%
Theatre 51 62 74 84 84 71.0 2.0%
Sub-total 594 635 689 676 744 667.6 18.1%
Natural Sciences Biology 167 170 179 170 169 171.0 4.1%
Chemistry 43 33 35 41 53 41.0 1.3%
Computer Science 157 182 188 167 129 164.6 3.1%
Earth Science 21 18 13 13 16 16.2 0.4%
Mathematics 54 68 70 64 86 68.4 2.1%
Physics 1 1 1 0 0 0.6 0.0%
Sub-total 443 472 486 455 453 461.8 11.0%
Social    Sciences Economics 31 34 31 25 33 30.8 0.8%
Geography 8 6 3 1 1 3.8 0.0%
Political Science 61 68 65 81 92 73.4 2.2%
Psychology 144 263 281 283 367 267.6 8.9%
Sociology 0 1 NA NA NA 0.5 NA
Sub-total 244 372 380 390 493 375.8 12.0%
Professional  Accounting 129 101 107 105 123 113.0 3.0%
All Disciplinary   1410 1580 1662 1626 1813 1618.2 44.0%
Total Bachelor's Majors   3535 3755 4087 3847 4118 3868 100%

 

Part 3.  Graduate Programs

    Fall Majors Declared 5-Year average Percent in 2003
Master's Programs 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Administrative Science 32 31 29 13 NA  -   
Environmental Science and Policy 39 47 54 45 59 48.8 43.4%
Management   NA NA NA 5 30 17.5 22.1%
Social Work NA NA NA NA 6 6.0 4.4%
Teaching & Learning 23 37 41 35 41 38.5 30.1%
Total Graduate Majors 94 115 124 98 136 113.4 100%