Fall, Profile of Declared Majors 2008

Part 1.  Interdisciplinary Programs

Area Major Total FR SO JR SR Men Women Minorities 24 or older Full-time
Adult Degree Interdisciplinary Studies 200 21 42 53 84 31% 70% 12% 93% 20%
Interdisciplinary Studies (BAS) 161 2 1 77 81 35% 65% 8% 91% 23%
Liberal Arts and Sciences Arts Management 15 2 3 3 7 20% 80% 0% 27% 100%
Communication and the Arts 63 4 16 16 27 46% 54% 10% 14% 78%
Communications 177 3 26 63 85 37% 63% 5% 15% 90%
Design 39 24 5 6 4 41% 59% 8% 10% 97%
Environmental Policy and Planning 49 0 6 20 23 49% 51% 8% 35% 88%
Environmental Science 96 17 22 29 28 69% 31% 4% 16% 90%
First Nations Studies 18 0 2 8 8 11% 89% 67% 78% 89%
Human Biology 512 110 95 136 171 29% 71% 8% 13% 90%
Human Development 294 18 46 96 134 15% 85% 8% 12% 90%
Humanistic Studies 66 5 14 22 25 41% 59% 5% 17% 88%
Information Science 22 3 6 3 10 86% 14% 18% 32% 91%
Public Administration 70 2 9 26 33 50% 50% 7% 26% 93%
Social Change and Development 71 8 8 30 25 31% 69% 14% 18% 90%
Urban and Regional Studies 41 2 6 11 22 56% 44% 12% 20% 93%
Sub-total 1533 198 264 469 602 34% 66% 8% 16% 90%
Professional Studies Business Administration 430 0 35 149 246 47% 53% 6% 14% 92%
Business Administration (Pre) 236 127 95 12 2 52% 48% 9% 10% 92%
Elementary Education 175 0 5 36 134 9% 91% 2% 21% 97%
Elementary Education (Candidate) 63 0 30 18 15 16% 84% 0% 27% 89%
Elementary Education (Pre) 212 125 70 8 9 21% 79% 6% 8% 92%
Nursing 219 0 0 48 171 10% 90% 5% 94% 4%
Social Work   74 0 4 28 42 5% 95% 11% 32% 95%
Social Work (Pre) 52 25 21 5 1 8% 92% 10% 6% 94%
Sub-total 1461 277 260 304 620 29% 71% 6% 26% 79%
All Interdisciplinary 3355 498 567 903 1387 32% 68% 8% 29% 78%

Part 2.  Disciplinary Programs

Area Major Total FR SO JR SR Men Women Minorities 24 or older Full-time
Liberal Arts and Sciences Art 173 30 47 31 65 23% 77% 6% 23% 85%
Biology 143 28 28 35 52 34% 66% 8% 20% 88%
Chemistry 60 19 15 8 18 43% 57% 5% 17% 90%
Computer Science 95 25 21 23 26 92% 8% 6% 16% 81%
Earth Science 18 1 2 8 7 61% 39% 6% 22% 89%
Economics 36 1 4 12 19 58% 42% 8% 17% 86%
English 180 30 30 44 76 24% 76% 6% 18% 91%
French 21 5 6 7 3 14% 86% 10% 10% 90%
German 29 1 8 6 14 41% 59% 3% 14% 90%
History 179 22 31 53 73 55% 45% 5% 20% 91%
Mathematics 81 9 19 17 36 54% 46% 5% 16% 91%
Music 76 14 14 9 39 46% 54% 7% 5% 92%
Philosophy 15 0 2 6 7 67% 33% 0% 40% 93%
Political Science 102 7 23 34 38 57% 43% 11% 18% 93%
Psychology 437 73 92 100 172 20% 80% 7% 11% 90%
Spanish 89 17 25 18 29 13% 87% 16% 10% 89%
Theatre 79 18 16 19 26 41% 59% 6% 8% 90%
Sub-total 1813 300 383 430 700 37% 63% 7% 15% 89%
Professional Studies Accounting 154   14 45 95 44% 56% 6% 30% 92%
Accounting (Pre) 77 36 37 1 3 39% 61% 8% 6% 92%
All Disciplinary 2044 336 434 476 798 37% 63% 7% 16% 90%
TOTAL BACHELOR'S MAJORS 5399 834 1001 1379 2185 34% 66% 7% 24% 82%

Part 3.  Graduate Programs

Major Total Men Women Minorities Under 30 30 and Older Full-time
Environmental Science and Policy 29 52% 48% 14% 48% 52% 31%
Management 49 31% 69% 12% 51% 49% 6%
Social Work 42 2% 98% 14% 36% 64% 52%
Teaching and Learning 32 28% 72% 16% 22% 78% 6%
Sub-total 152 26% 74% 14% 40% 60% 24%