Statistical Summaries

 

Notes

1.  Figures are given for the academic year and for the years complete at the time of publication. The number of degrees conferred is accurate as of the date of publication. Changes to the data, if any, will be reflected in the "Total Conferred" columns of the next General Information.

2.  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.

Prior to the 1923-1924 session, the master's degree in engineering, with designation of the branch in which given, was awarded in the College of Engineering. Branch designations were discontinued in 1978.

3.  Prior to 1998-1999, the Doctor of Pharmacy was conferred in the Graduate School. In 1998-1999, the degree was awarded in both the Graduate School and the College of Pharmacy; thereafter it was awarded in the College of Pharmacy.

4.  Prior to the long session 1951-1952, the School of Architecture was a part of the College of Engineering.

5.  Prior to 2000-2001, the Bachelor of Science in Interior Design was conferred in the College of Natural Sciences. In 2000-2001, the degree was awarded in both the College of Natural Sciences and the School of Architecture.

6.  After the long session 1970-1971, degrees previously conferred by the College of Arts and Sciences were awarded in the Colleges of Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of General and Comparative Studies. Beginning with the spring semester 1979, the degrees for the Colleges of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of General and Comparative Studies have been awarded in the College of Liberal Arts.

7.  The College of Business Administration was renamed the Red McCombs School of Business on May 11, 2000.

8.  Prior to the long session 1965-1966, the Bachelor of Journalism degree was conferred in the College of Arts and Sciences. Total numbers of Bachelor of Journalism degrees conferred up to that time were: men, 911; women, 850; both, 1,761. These totals are now listed in the College of Communication and are not included in the totals for the College of Arts and Sciences.

9.  Prior to 1990-1991, the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology was designated the Bachelor of Science in Physical Education.

10.  Prior to February 1969, these degrees were designated Bachelor of Science in Art, Bachelor of Science in Drama, Bachelor of Science in Music.

11.  In spring 1997, the Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Dance replaced the Bachelor of Arts in Drama and the Bachelor of Arts in Dance.

12.  Prior to summer session 1971, degrees in the Colleges of Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of General and Comparative Studies were conferred in the College of Arts and Sciences. Beginning with the spring semester 1979, the degrees for the Colleges of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of General and Comparative Studies have been awarded in the College of Liberal Arts.

13.  Prior to April 1969, this degree was designated Bachelor of Laws.

14.  Prior to summer session 1971, degrees in the Colleges of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of General and Comparative Studies were conferred in the College of Arts and Sciences. Beginning with the spring semester 1979, these degrees have been awarded in the College of Liberal Arts.

15.  Prior to 1987-1988, the Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies was conferred in the College of Liberal Arts. In 1987-1988, the degree was conferred in both the School of Architecture and the College of Liberal Arts. Since 1988-1989, the degree has been awarded in the School of Architecture.

16.  Prior to summer session 1971, degrees in the College of Natural Sciences were conferred in the College of Arts and Sciences.

17.  Prior to summer session 1992, these degrees were designated Bachelor of Science in Home Economics.

18.  Prior to 2000-2001, the Bachelor of Science in Interior Design was conferred in the College of Natural Sciences. In 2000-2001, the degree was awarded in both the College of Natural Sciences and the School of Architecture.

19.  Between 1929 and 1943, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree was conferred in the College of Arts and Sciences. Eleven women graduated in the program.

20.  Prior to 1998-1999, the Doctor of Pharmacy was conferred in the Graduate School. In 1998-1999, the degree was awarded in both the Graduate School and the College of Pharmacy; thereafter it was awarded in the College of Pharmacy.

21.  Prior to summer session 1971, degrees in the Colleges of Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of General and Comparative Studies were conferred in the College of Arts and Sciences. Beginning with the spring semester 1979, the degrees for the Colleges of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of General and Comparative Studies have been awarded in the College of Liberal Arts.

22.  Prior to the session of 1996-1997, enrollment figures for the Division of Continuing and Extended Education represented net registrations in each category. Beginning with the session of 1996-1997, enrollment figures represent the net number of individuals taking coursework in each category.

23.  Prior to the session of 1929-1930, the summer session figures are grouped with the following fall semester and the extension year used is the September 1-August 31 year preceding the fall semester. Beginning with the session of 1929-1930, statistics are given for the academic year (September 1-August 31), the summer session being grouped with the preceding fall semester, and the extension year used being the September 1-August 31 year concurrent with the fall semester and summer session indicated.

24.  Because of the change in the method of recording enrollment figures, as explained in footnote 23, the figures for the 1929 summer session and the 1928-1929 extension year are given separately.