UT General Info 1996-97. Statistical Summaries
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DEGREES CONFERRED, 1884 - 1995

The University of Texas at Austin

Conferred in
1994 - 1995[1]
Total Conferred
1884 - 1995
Men Women Both Men Women Both

GRADUATE SCHOOL

Through the session 1905-1906, the master's degree was given in the Department of Literature, Science, and Arts; then through the session 1909-1910, in the College of Arts.

Through the sessions 1921-1922 and 1922-1923, the master's degree in engineering (with designation of the branch in which given) was given in the College of Engineering.

Doctor of Education 0 0 0 222 35 257
Doctor of Musical
Arts
10 13 23 194 102 296
Doctor of Pharmacy 8 16 24 145 164 309
Doctor of Philosophy 449 247 696 13,333 4,802 18,135
Master in
Professional
Accounting
94 121 215 1,441 895 2,336
Master of
Architecture
37 13 50 573 214 787
Master of Arts 264 305 569 11,867 9,778 21,645
Master of Business
Administration
368 138 506 8,019 2,303 10,322
Master of Education 35 139 174 2,018 4,170 6,188
Master of Fine Arts (or Master of Fine
Arts in Drama)
25 18 43 424 402 826
Master of Journalism 0 0 0 89 45 134
Master of Library
and Information
Science
53 150 203 742 2,276 3,018
Master of Music 17 27 44 780 889 1,669
Master of Public
Affairs
45 44 89 817 700 1,517
Master of Science 0 0 0 21 13 34
Master of Science in
Aerospace Engineering (or Aeronautical
Engineering)
0 0 0 182 3 185
Master of Science in
Architectural
Engineering
0 0 0 99 2 101
Master of Science in
Architectural Studies
3 5 8 15 20 35
Master of Science in
Architecture
0 0 0 14 2 16
Master of Science in
Ceramic Engineering
0 0 0 9 0 9
Master of Science in
Chemical
Engineering
0 0 0 493 3 496
Master of Science in
Civil Engineering
0 0 0 432 2 434
Master of Science in
Communication
Engineering
0 0 0 3 0 3
Master of Science in
Community and
Regional Planning
29 26 55 331 207 538
Master of Science in
Computer Sciences
36 5 41 351 61 412
Master of Science in
Economics
15 8 23 29 12 41
Master of Science in
Electrical
Engineering
0 0 0 625 4 629
Master of Science in
Engineering
367 62 429 5,747 632 6,379
Master of Science in
Engineering
Mechanics
0 0 0 74 0 74
Master of Science in
Environmental
Health Engineering (or Sanitary
Engineering)
0 0 0 191 3 194
Master of Science in
Home Economics
0 0 0 3 167 170
Master of Science in
Mechanical
Engineering
0 0 0 459 0 459
Master of Science in
Medicine
0 0 0 2 0 2
Master of Science in
Nursing
4 44 48 64 805 869
Master of Science in
Operations Research
and Industrial Engineering (or
Industrial Engineering)
0 0 0 50 4 54
Master of Science in
Petroleum
Engineering
0 0 0 299 1 300
Master of Science in
Pharmacy
14 13 27 147 93 240
Master of Science in
Social Work
20 84 104 614 1,673 2,287
Master of Science in
Statistics
4 5 9 28 40 68
TOTAL 1,897 1,483 3,380 50,946 30,522 81,468

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

Prior to the long session 1951 - 1952, the School of Architecture was a part of the College of Engineering.
Bachelor of Architecture 31 8 39 2,612 331 2,943
Bachelor of Architecture in Regional and City Planning 0 0 0 11 1 12
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies 9 4 13 65 54 119
Bachelor of Science in Architecture 0 0 0 75 15 90
Bachelor of Interior Architecture 0 0 0 3 8 11
TOTAL 40 12 52 2,766 409 3,175

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES[2]

Bachelor of Arts 0 0 0 20,744 19,664 40,408
Bachelor of Literature 0 0 0 89 101 190
Bachelor of Science 0 0 0 178 67 245
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies 0 0 0 88 9 97
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 0 0 0 683 173 856
Bachelor of Science in Geology 0 0 0 1,528 33 1,561
Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 0 0 0 65 3,309 3,374
Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology 0 0 0 11 146 157
Bachelor of Science in Medicine 0 0 0 190 5 195
Bachelor of Science in Naval Science and Tactics 0 0 0 60 0 60
Bachelor of Science in Nursing 0 0 0 0 11 11
Bachelor of Science in Physics 0 0 0 788 18 806
TOTAL 0 0 0 24,424 23,536 47,960

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Bachelor of Business Administration 662 519 1,181 42,757 16,902 59,659
Bachelor of Science in Naval Science and Tactics 0 0 0 26 0 26
TOTAL 662 519 1,181 42,783 16,902 59,685

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION

Bachelor of Science in Advertising 85 91 176 1,513 2,632 4,145
Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences
and Disorders
6 81 87 14 383 397
Bachelor of Journalism[3] 70 151 221 3,267 5,052 8,319
Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film 109 70 179 3,223 1,947 5,170
Bachelor of Science in Speech 42 77 119 661 2,668 3,329
TOTAL 312 470 782 8,678 12,682 21,360

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Applied Learning
and Development
43 281 324 102 1,339 1,441
Bachelor of Science in Education 0 0 0 2,086 8,473 10,559
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 0 0 0 194 8,246 8,440
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology[4] 47 44 91 1,245 1,086 2,331
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education 0 0 0 0 33 33
TOTAL 90 325 415 3,627 19,177 22,804

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Bachelor of Engineering Science 0 0 0 450 47 497
Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering (or Aeronautical Engineering) 42 6 48 2,036 113 2,149
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering 31 9 40 1,695 146 1,841
Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering 0 0 0 112 0 112
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 103 45 148 3,690 467 4,157
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 100 32 132 3,846 279 4,125
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 189 34 223 7,319 433 7,752
Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Utility Engineering 0 0 0 4 0 4
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 201 33 234 6,445 316 6,761
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical and Industrial
Engineering
0 0 0 4 0 4
Bachelor of Science in Meteorology 0 0 0 40 2 42
Bachelor of Science in Naval Science and Tactics 0 0 0 48 0 48
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering (or
Petroleum Production Engineering)
19 3 22 2,954 154 3,108
Civil Engineer 0 0 0 172 0 172
Civil Engineer (five-year course) 0 0 0 9 0 9
Electrical Engineer 0 0 0 119 0 119
Electrical Engineer (five-year course) 0 0 0 11 0 11
Engineer of Mines 0 0 0 16 0 16
TOTAL 685 162 847 28,970 1,957 30,927

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

Bachelor of Fine Arts 50 88 138 2,106 3,876 5,982
Bachelor of Music 18 15 33 859 1,427 2,286
Bachelor of Arts in Art[5] 29 51 80 458 1,194 1,652
Bachelor of Arts in Dance 1 4 5 7 91 98
Bachelor of Arts in Drama[5] 9 10 19 155 278 433
Bachelor of Arts in Music[5] 3 5 8 111 150 261
TOTAL 110 173 283 3,696 7,016 10,712

DIVISION OF GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE STUDIES[6]

Bachelor of Arts 0 0 0 686 612 1,298
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies 0 0 0 49 8 57
TOTAL 0 0 0 735 620 1,355

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES[6]

Bachelor of Arts 0 0 0 1,312 2,186 3,498
TOTAL 0 0 0 1,312 2,186 3,498

SCHOOL OF LAW

Doctor of Jurisprudence[7] 274 205 479 19,109 4,136 23,245
Master of Comparative Jurisprudence 0 0 0 107 26 133
Master of Laws 4 4 8 146 15 161
TOTAL 278 209 487 19,362 4,177 23,539

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS[8]

Bachelor of Arts 1,172 1,195 2,367 15,015 15,796 30,811
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies[9] 0 0 0 44 29 73
TOTAL 1,172 1,195 2,367 15,059 15,825 30,884

COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES[10]

Bachelor of Arts 258 230 488 7,242 4,351 11,593
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry 17 9 26 24 10 34
Bachelor of Science in Biology 29 13 42 234 149 383
Bachelor of Science in Botany 0 0 0 2 2 4
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 19 14 33 521 162 683
Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Family Relationships[11] 0 24 24 0 48 48
Bachelor of Science in Computer Sciences 103 26 129 463 90 553
Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences 19 6 25 926 315 1,241
Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 0 0 0 108 3,475 3,583
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design[11] 3 31 34 16 98 114
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics 29 10 39 567 227 794
Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology 4 8 12 59 285 344
Bachelor of Science in Microbiology 12 8 20 57 45 102
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition[11] 3 40 43 4 89 93
Bachelor of Science in Physics 25 3 28 521 54 575
Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Apparel[11] 1 37 38 7 111 118
Bachelor of Science in Zoology 26 16 42 356 223 579
TOTAL 548 475 1,023 11,107 9,734 20,841

SCHOOL OF NURSING[12]

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 13 92 105 251 2,568 2,819
TOTAL 13 92 105 251 2,568 2,819

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy 45 85 130 4,939 2,279 7,218
Graduate in Pharmacy 0 0 0 558 71 629
TOTAL 45 85 130 5,497 2,350 7,847

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES[13]

Bachelor of Arts 0 0 0 5,367 4,226 9,593
TOTAL 0 0 0 5,367 4,226 9,593

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

Bachelor of Social Work 8 61 69 134 846 980
TOTAL 8 61 69 134 846 980

TOTAL NUMBER OF DEGREES CONFERRED IN ALL COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS

5,860 5,261 11,121 224,714 154,733 379,447


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