Humanities Indicators
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Higher Education
 
Undergraduate and Graduate Education

Introduction

While the humanities pervade many aspects of American life, this field is most directly and extensively pursued in the nation’s colleges and universities. There, building on the preparatory education of secondary school, students acquire knowledge of humanities disciplines, and even those who major in other fields take humanities courses. At the same time that colleges and universities provide students with training in the humanities that they will draw on throughout their personal, professional, and civic lives, these institutions also foster the majority of the intellectual work that shapes the future of humanistic scholarship and teaching. The number of students who take degrees in the humanities provides one of the most fundamental indicators of the state of the field. Large changes in the numbers of those who choose undergraduate humanities majors can affect the ecology of higher education, while an increase or decrease in the number of those completing advanced degrees in the humanities may signal tight job markets for new Ph.D.’s or warn of future shortages of teachers.

Fortunately, data on degrees awarded by U.S. institutions of higher learning are abundant and of good quality. The U.S. Department of Education and its predecessor, the Office of Education, have collected data on postsecondary degree completions for many decades. To be sure, data on some aspects of degree completion are less readily accessible (e.g., information about the race/ethnicity of degree recipients in some disciplines is available only for the last 15 years or so). But the available data on degrees still provide some of the most current and reliable information on the condition of the humanities in the United States over the last half-century.

The indicators under "Higher Education" offer answers to several key questions regarding humanities degree awards in the contemporary United States, including:

  • How has the demand for humanities degrees changed over time?
  • What share of all academic degrees is awarded in the humanities?
  • How many humanities degrees are awarded in specific disciplines (e.g., English language and literature)?

Several of the indicators in this part move beyond degree data to look at other aspects of higher education in the humanities, including collegiate course-taking (to ascertain how many students outside of humanities majors are engaged in humanistic study), levels of college achievement in the humanities, and the extent to which students participate in international education. This part also examines various aspects of doctorate education in the humanities, such as the amount of debt with which students emerge from Ph.D. programs and the percentage of students entering these programs who ultimately obtain their degrees (and how this rate compares with those in other academic fields).

 

Indicators

Undergraduate Education

Associate’s Degrees in the Humanities
Associate’s Degree Completions, by Field
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Associate’s Degree Completions in Selected Fields as a Percentage of All Associate’s Degree Completions
indII-a2_1.xlsxindII-a2.pptindII-a2.pdf
Bachleor's Degrees in the Humanities
Bachelor’s Degree Completions
indII-1a.xlsindII-1a.pptindII-1a.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees in the Humanities as a Percentage of All Bachelor’s Degrees
indII-1aa.xlsindII-1aa.pptindII-1aa.pdf
Shares of All Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded in Selected Fields
indII-1b.xlsindII-1b.pptindII-1b.pdf
Number of Humanities Bachelor’s Degree Completions, by Discipline
indII-2c.xlsxindII-2c_1.pptindII-2c_1.pdf
Humanities Bachelor's Degrees as a Second Major
Humanities Bachelor’s Degrees Earned as “Second Majors”
indII-1c.xlsindII-1c.pptindII-1c.pdf
Number of Bachelor’s Degrees Earned as “Second Majors” in Selected Humanities Disciplines
indII-1cc.xlsxindII-1cc.pptindII-1cc.pdf
Disciplinary Distribution of Bachelor's Degrees in the Humanities
Distribution of Humanities Bachelor’s Degree Completions among Disciplines
indII-2a.xlsxindII-2a.pptindII-2a.pdf
Percentage of Humanities Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded by Each Discipline
indII-2b_1.xlsxindII-2b.pptindII-2b.pdf
Institutional Distribution of Bachelor's Degrees in the Humanities
Distribution of Humanities Bachelor’s Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types
indII-3a.xlsxindII-3a.pptindII-3a.pdf
Distribution of Bachelor’s Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types, by Field of Degree
indII-3b.xlsxindII-3b.pptindII-3b.pdf
Humanities Bachelor’s Degrees as a Percentage of All Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded by Various Carnegie Institution Types
indII-3c.xlsxindII-3c.pptindII-3c.pdf
Percentage of All U.S. Bachelor’s Degrees in the Humanities Awarded by Public Versus Private Institutions
indII-3d.xlsxindII-3d.pptindII-3d.pdf
Humanities Bachelor’s Degrees as a Percentage of All Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded by Public versus Private Institutions
indII-3e.xlsxindII-3e.pptindII-3e.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Bachelor's Degrees in the Humanities
Percentage of Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded to Members of Traditionally Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups, Selected Academic Fields
indII-4a.xlsxindII-4a.pptindII-4a.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Bachelor’s Degree Recipients, Selected Academic Fields
indII-4b.xlsxindII-4b.pptindII-4b.pdf
Percentage of Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded to Members of Traditionally Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups, by Humanities Discipline
indII-4c.xlsxindII-4c.pptindII-4c.pdf
Most Frequently Taken College Courses
College Courses Most Commonly Taken by College Graduates
indII-6.xlsindII-6.pptindII-6.pdf
Gender Distribution of Bachelor's Degrees in the Humanities
Percentage of Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded to Women, Selected Academic Fields
indII-5a.xlsxindII-5a.pptindII-5a.pdf
Percentage of Humanities Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded to Women, Selected Disciplines
indII-5b.xlsxindII-5b.pptindII-5b.pdf
Postsecondary Course-Taking in Languages Other than English
Postsecondary Course Enrollments in Languages Other than English
indII-7a.xlsindII-7a.pptindII-7a.pdf
Postsecondary Enrollments in the Most Commonly Taken Language Courses
indII-7b.xlsindII-7b.pptindII-7b.pdf
Postsecondary Enrollments in Spanish Courses Compared to Those in All Other Languages
indII-7c.xlsindII-7c.pptindII-7c.pdf
Postsecondary Enrollments in Latin and Ancient Greek Courses
indII-7d.xlsindII-7d.pptindII-7d.pdf
Postsecondary Enrollments in the Most Commonly Taken “Critical Need” Language Courses
indII-7e.xlsindII-7e.pptindII-7e.pdf
Postsecondary Enrollments in Less Commonly Taken “Critical Need” Language Courses
indII-7f.xlsindII-7f.pptindII-7f.pdf
Humanities Students’ Scores on the Graduate Record Examination
GRE Verbal and Quantitative Scores
indII-8a.xlsindII-8a.pptindII-8a.pdf
Share of GRE Analytic Writing Scores at Each Competency Level
indII-8b.xlsindII-8b.pptindII-8b.pdf
Humanities Majors’ GRE Verbal and Quantitative Scores, by Discipline
indII-8c.xlsindII-8c.pptindII-8c.pdf
Share of Humanities Majors’ GRE Analytic Writing Scores at Each Competency Level, by Discipline
indII-8d.xlsindII-8d.pptindII-8d.pdf
Graduate Record Examination English Literature Subject Test Scores
GRE Literature in English Subject Test Score
indII-9.xlsindII-9.pptindII-9.pdf

Graduate Education

Advanced Degrees in the Humanities
Master’s Degree Completions
indII-10a.xlsindII-10a.pptindII-10a.pdf
Doctoral Degree Completions
indII-10b.xlsindII-10b.pptindII-10b.pdf
Number of Master’s Degree Completions in the Humanities, by Discipline
indII-10cc.xlsxindII-10cc.pptindII-10cc.pdf
Number of Doctoral Degree Completions in the Humanities, by Discipline
indII-10dd.xlsxindII-10dd.pptindII-10dd.pdf
Humanities’ Share of All Advanced Degrees Conferred
Master’s Degrees in the Humanities as a Percentage of All Master’s and Professional Degrees
indII-10aa.xlsindII-10aa.pptindII-10aa.pdf
Doctoral Degrees in the Humanities as a Percentage of All Doctoral Degrees
indII-10bb.xlsindII-10bb.pptindII-10bb.pdf
Shares of All Master’s and Professional Degrees Awarded in Selected Academic Fields
indII-10c.xlsindII-10c.pptindII-10c.pdf
Shares of All Doctoral Degrees Awarded in Selected Academic Fields
indII-10d.xlsindII-10d.pptindII-10d.pdf
Disciplinary Distribution of Advanced Degrees in the Humanities
Distribution of Humanities Master’s Degree Completions among Disciplines
indII-11a.xlsxindII-11a.pptindII-11a.pdf
Distribution of Humanities Doctoral Degree Completions among Disciplines
indII-11b.xlsxindII-11b.pptindII-11b.pdf
Percentage of Humanities Master’s Degrees Awarded by Each Discipline
indII-11c.xlsxindII-11c.pptindII-11c.pdf
Percentage of Humanities Doctoral Degrees Awarded by Each Discipline
indII-11d.xlsxindII-11d.pptindII-11d.pdf
Institutional Distribution of Master’s Degrees in the Humanities
Distribution of Humanities Master’s Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types
indII-a11.xlsxindII-a11.pptindII-a11.pdf
Distribution of Humanities Master’s Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types (Trend)
indII-a12.xlsxindII-a12.pptindII-a12.pdf
Distribution of 2013 Master’s and Professional-Practice Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types, by Field of Degree
indII-a13.xlsxindII-a13.pptindII-a13.pdf
Humanities Master’s Degrees as a Percentage of All Master’s and Professional-Practice Degrees Awarded by Various Carnegie Institution Types
indII-a14.xlsxindII-a14.pptindII-a14.pdf
Percentage of All U.S. Master’s Degrees in the Humanities Awarded by Public versus Private Institutions
indII-a15.xlsxindII-a15.pptindII-a15.pdf
Humanities Master’s Degrees as a Percentage of all Master’s and Professional-Practice Degrees Awarded by Public versus Private Institutions
indII-a16_1.xlsxindII-a16.pptindII-a16.pdf
Institutional Distribution of Doctoral Degrees in the Humanities
Distribution of Humanities Doctoral Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types
indII-b11.xlsxindII-b11.pptindII-b11.pdf
Distribution of Humanities Doctoral Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types (Trend)
indII-b12.xlsxindII-b12.pptindII-b12.pdf
Distribution of Doctoral Degree Completions among Carnegie Institution Types, by Field of Degree
indII-b13.xlsxindII-b13.pptindII-b13.pdf
Humanities Doctorates as a Percentage of All Doctorates Awarded by Various Carnegie Institution Types
indII-b14.xlsxindII-b14.pptindII-b14.pdf
Percentage of All U.S. Doctorates in the Humanities Awarded by Public versus Private Institutions
indII-b15.xlsxindII-b15.pptindII-b15.pdf
Humanities Doctorates as a Percentage of All Doctorates Awarded by Public versus Private Institutions
indII-b16.xlsxindII-b16.pptindII-b16.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Advanced Degrees in the Humanities
Percentage of Master’s and Professional-Practice Degrees Awarded to Members of Traditionally Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups, Selected Academic Fields
indII-12a.xlsxindII-12a.pptindII-12a.pdf
Percentage of Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Members of Traditionally Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups, Selected Academic Fields
indII-12b.xlsxindII-12b.pptindII-12b.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Master’s and Professional-Practice Degree Recipients, Selected Academic Fields
indII-12c.xlsxindII-12c.pptindII-12c.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Doctoral Degree Recipients, Selected Academic Fields
indII-12d.xlsxindII-12d.pptindII-12d.pdf
Percentage of Master’s Degrees Awarded to Members of Traditionally Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups, Selected Humanities Disciplines
indII-12e.xlsxindII-12e.pptindII-12e.pdf
Percentage of Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Members of Traditionally Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups, Selected Humanities Disciplines
indII-12f.xlsxindII-12f.pptindII-12f.pdf
Gender Distribution of Advanced Degrees in the Humanities
Percentage of Master’s and Professional-Practice Degrees Awarded to Women, Selected Academic Fields
indII-13a.xlsxindII-13a.pptindII-13a.pdf
Percentage of Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Women, Selected Academic Fields
indII-13b.xlsxindII-13b.pptindII-13b.pdf
Percentage of Master’s and Professional-Practice Degrees Awarded to Women, Selected Humanities Disciplines
indII-13c.xlsxindII-13c.pptindII-13c.pdf
Percentage of Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Women, Selected Humanities Disciplines
indII-13d.xlsxindII-13d.pptindII-13d.pdf
Years to Attainment of a Humanities Doctorate
Years Ph.D.'s Spent in Their Doctoral Programs, by Field
indII-15a.xlsxindII-15a.pptindII-15a.pdf
Years Humanities Ph.D.'s Spent in Their Doctoral Programs, by Discipline
indII-15b.xlsxindII-15b.pptindII-15b.pdf
Median Number of Years Spent in Phase of Doctoral Program, by Field
indII-15c.xlsxindII-15c.pptindII-15c.pdf
The Relationship between Funding and Time to PhD
Median Years to Doctorate, by Primary Financial Support and Broad Field of Study
indII-24a.xlsxindII-24a.pptindII-24a.pdf
Median Years to Doctorate for PhDs Reporting Personal Savings/Earnings or Employer Support as Their Primary Financial Support, by Field of Study
indII-24b.xlsxindII-24b.pptindII-24b.pdf
Median Years Taking Courses/Preparing for Exams for PhD, by Primary Support and Field of Study
indII-24c.xlsxindII-24c_1.pptindII-24c.pdf
Median Years Working on the Dissertation, by Financial Support and Field
indII-24d.xlsxindII-24d.pptindII-24d.pdf
Median Years Taking Courses/Preparing for Exams for Doctorate, by Primary Financial Support and Discipline
indII-24e.xlsxindII-24e.pptindII-24e.pdf
Median Years Working on Dissertation, by Primary Type of Financial Support and Humanities Discipline
indII-24f.xlsxindII-24f.pptindII-24f.pdf
Paying for Graduate School
Primary Source of Financial Support
indII-16a.xlsindII-16a.pptindII-16a.pdf
Primary Source of Financial Support: Humanities Compared with Other Fields
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Average Level of Graduate School Debt Accumulated
indII-16c.xlsindII-16c.pptindII-16c.pdf
Levels of Graduate School Debt Accumulated by Doctorate Recipients in the Humanities
indII-16d.xlsindII-16d.pptindII-16d.pdf
Attrition in Humanities Doctorate Programs
Completion Rates for Doctorate Programs in the Humanities and Other Selected Fields
indII-17a.xlsindII-17a.pptindII-17a.pdf
Completion Rates for Doctorate Programs in the Humanities, by Discipline
indII-17b.pptindII-17b.pdf
The Interdisciplinary Humanities PhD
Share of New Doctorate Recipients Reporting Interdisciplinary Dissertations, by Primary Field of Study
indII-23a.xlsxindII-23a.pptindII-23a.pdf
Shares of Interdisciplinary Dissertations Completed in Various Secondary Fields, by Primary Field of Dissertation
indII-23b_1.xlsxindII-23b.pptindII-23b.pdf
Shares of Interdisciplinary Humanities Dissertations Completed in Various Secondary Fields, by Primary Humanities Discipline
indII-23c.xlsxindII-23c.pptindII-23c.pdf
Shares of Dissertations Spanning Two Humanities Disciplines Completed in Various Secondary Humanities Disciplines, by Primary Humanities Discipline
indII-23d.xlsxindII-23d.pptindII-23d.pdf

Degree Information for Specific Disciplines

English Language and Literature Degree Completions
Bachelor’s Degrees in English (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Bachelor’s Degrees)
indII-18a.xlsindII-18a.pptindII-18a.pdf
Master’s Degrees in English (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Master’s and First Professional Degrees)
indII-18b.xlsindII-18b.pptindII-18b.pdf
Doctoral Degrees in English (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Doctorates)
indII-18c.xlsindII-18c.pptindII-18c.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Degrees in English Language and Literature
Percentages of Bachelor’s Degrees in English Awarded to Minorities
indII-18d.xlsindII-18d.pptindII-18d.pdf
Percentages of Master’s Degrees in English Awarded to Minorities
indII-18e.xlsindII-18e.pptindII-18e.pdf
Percentages of Doctoral Degrees in English Awarded to Minorities
indII-18f.xlsindII-18f.pptindII-18f.pdf
Gender Distribution of Degrees in English Language and Literature
Percentages of Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees in English Awarded to Women
indII-18g.xlsindII-18g.pptindII-18g.pdf
History Degree Completions
Bachelor’s Degrees in History (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Bachelor’s Degrees)
indII-19a.xlsindII-19a.pptindII-19a.pdf
Master’s Degrees in History (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Master’s and First Professional Degrees)
indII-19b.xlsindII-19b.pptindII-19b.pdf
Doctoral Degrees in History (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Doctorates)
indII-19c.xlsindII-19c.pptindII-19c.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Degrees in History
Percentages of Bachelor’s Degrees in History Awarded to Minorities
indII-19d.xlsindII-19d.pptindII-19d.pdf
Percentages of Master’s Degrees in History Awarded to Minorities
indII-19e.xlsindII-19e.pptindII-19e.pdf
Percentages of Doctoral Degrees in History Awarded to Minorities
indII-19f.xlsindII-19f.pptindII-19f.pdf
Gender Distribution of Degrees in History
Percentages of Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees in History Awarded to Women
indII-19g.xlsindII-19g.pptindII-19g.pdf
Degree Completions in Languages and Literatures Other than English
Bachelor’s Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of all Bachelor’s Degrees)
indII-20a.xlsindII-20a.pptindII-20a.pdf
Master’s Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Master’s and First Professional Degrees)
indII-20b.xlsindII-20b.pptindII-20b.pdf
Doctoral Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Doctorates)
indII-20c.xlsindII-20c.pptindII-20c.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English
Percentages of Bachelor’s Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English Awarded to Minorities
indII-20d.xlsindII-20d.pptindII-20d.pdf
Percentages of Master’s Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English Awarded to Minorities
indII-20e.xlsindII-20e.pptindII-20e.pdf
Percentages of Doctoral Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English Awarded to Minorities
indII-20f.xlsindII-20f.pptindII-20f.pdf
Gender Distribution of Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English
Percentages of Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees in Languages and Literatures Other than English Awarded to Women
indII-20g.xlsindII-20g.pptindII-20g.pdf
Philosophy Degree Completions
Bachelor’s Degrees in Philosophy (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Bachelor’s Degrees)
indII-21a.xlsindII-21a.pptindII-21a.pdf
Master’s Degrees in Philosophy (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Master’s and First Professional Degrees)
indII-21b.xlsindII-21b.pptindII-21b.pdf
Doctoral Degrees in Philosophy (Absolute Number and as a Percentage of All Doctorates)
indII-21c.xlsindII-21c.pptindII-21c.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Degrees in Philosophy
Percentages of Bachelor’s Degrees in Philosophy Awarded to Minorities
indII-21d.xlsindII-21d.pptindII-21d.pdf
Percentages of Master’s Degrees in Philosophy Awarded to Minorities
indII-21e.xlsindII-21e.pptindII-21e.pdf
Percentages of Doctoral Degrees in Philosophy Awarded to Minorities
indII-21f.xlsindII-21f.pptindII-21f.pdf
Gender Distribution of Degrees in Philosophy
Percentages of Bachelor's and Graduate Degrees in Philosophy Awarded to Women
indII-21g.xlsindII-21g.pptindII-21g.pdf
Degree Completions in the Academic Study of Religion
Bachelor’s Degree Completions in Religion
indII-25a.xlsxindII-25a.pptindII-25a.pdf
Master’s Degree Completions in Religion
indII-25b.xlsxindII-25b.pptindII-25b.pdf
Doctoral Degree Completions in Religion
indII-25c.xlsxindII-25c.pptindII-25c.pdf
Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Degrees in Religion
Bachelor’s Degrees in Religion Awarded to Members of Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups
indII-25d.xlsxindII-25d.pptindII-25d.pdf
Master’s Degrees in Religion Awarded to Members of Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups
indII-25e.xlsxindII-25e.pptindII-25e.pdf
Doctoral Degrees in Religion Awarded to Members of Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups
indII-25f.xlsxindII-25f.pptindII-25f.pdf
Gender Distribution of Degrees in Religion
Bachelor’s and Graduate Degrees in Religion Awarded to Women
indII-25g.xlsxindII-25g.pptindII-25g.pdf

International Education and the Humanities

Humanities Degree Completions: An International Comparison
Tertiary Degrees in Humanities as a Percentage of All Such Degrees, OECD Countries
indII-14.xlsindII-14.pptindII-14.pdf
U.S. Students Pursuing Study Abroad
Students Participating in Study-Abroad Programs
indII-22a.xlsindII-22a.pptindII-22a.pdf
Students Participating in Study-Abroad Programs, by Academic Level
indII-22b.xlsindII-22b.pptindII-22b.pdf
Humanities Students Participating in Study-Abroad Programs
indII-22c.xlsindII-22c.pptindII-22c.pdf
Language (Other than English) Students Participating in Study-Abroad Programs as a Percentage of All Study-Abroad Participants
indII-22d.xlsindII-22d.pptindII-22d.pdf
Students Participating in Study-Abroad Programs, by Field of Study
indII-22e.xlsindII-22e.pptindII-22e.pdf
International Students Pursuing Study in the Humanities and Other Fields at U.S. Institutions of Higher Learning
International Students Pursuing Education in the United States
indII-22f.xlsindII-22f.pptindII-22f.pdf
International Students as a Percentage of All Students Enrolled Full-Time at U.S. Institutions of Higher Education
indII-22g.xls
International Students Pursuing Education in the United States, by Academic Level
indII-22h.xlsindII-22h.pptindII-22h.pdf
International Students Pursuing Humanities Education in the United States
indII-22i.xlsindII-22i.pptindII-22i.pdf
International Students Pursuing Education in the United States, by Field of Study
indII-22j.xlsindII-22j.pptindII-22j.pdf
International Students Pursuing Intensive English Language Training in the United States
indII-22k.xlsindII-22k.pptindII-22k.pdf
Departmental Survey
2012-13 Humanities Departmental Survey (HDS-2)
Overview of Findings
Estimated Number of Humanities Departments, by Discipline, Fall 2007 and 2012
Overview1.pptx
Percentage of Humanities Departments Ceasing to Grant Degrees at Some Level, by Form of Institutional Control and Discipline, Fall 2007–Fall 2012
Overview3.pptx
Estimated Number of Humanities Faculty Members (Full- and Part-Time), by Discipline, Fall 2007 and 2012
Overview4.pptx
Estimated Number of Juniors and Seniors with a Declared Major in the Humanities, by Discipline, Academic Years 2006–07 and 2011–12
Overview5.pptx
Estimated Number of HDS-1 Departments and Faculty Members, Fall 2012:
1a.pdf
Estimated Number of Departments and Faculty Members, Fall 2012: New Disciplines
1b.pdf
Humanities Faculty
Distribution of Humanities Faculty Members Across Tenure Statuses, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Faculty Members Employed Part-Time or Off the Tenure Track, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Students Taught by Non-Tenure-Track or Part-Time Humanities Faculty Members, by Course Level and Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Faculty Members Who Are Women, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Faculty Members at Each Tenure Status Who Are Women, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Humanities Faculty Members Hired for 2012–13 Academic Year Compared to Faculty Who Left Department in Academic Years 2010–11 and 2011–12 (Annual Average), by Discipline
Faculty Distribution by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Distribution by Employment Status and Gender
Representation of Women among Faculty
Tenured, Tenure-Track, and Permanent Faculty Members Hired for 2012–13 and Departed for 2010–11 and 2011–12 Combined
Tenure Activity over a Two-Year Period (2010–11 & 2011–12)
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses
Instructor of Record for Nonintroductory Undergraduate Courses
Instructor of Record for Graduate Courses
Humanities Students
Average Number of Bachelor’s Degrees Conferred (Academic Year 2011–12) and Juniors and Seniors with Declared Majors in Discipline per Humanities Department (Fall 2012), by Discipline
Average Number of Graduate Students per Humanities Department, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Full-Time First-Year Students in Humanities Doctoral Programs Who Recieve Financial Support, by Extent of Support and Discipline, Fall 2012
Undergraduate Students in HDS-1 Departments: Repeat Disciplines Only
Undergraduate Students: New Disciplines Only
Number of Graduate Students in HDS-1 Departments
Number of Graduate Students, Fall 2012: New Disciplines Only
Financial Support for Full-Time First-Year Students in Humanities Doctoral Programs
Digital Engagement
Percentage of Humanities Departments Offering Online Courses, by Course Type and Carnegie Classification, Academic Year 2011–12
Percentage of Humanities Departments Offering Fully Online Courses, by Carnegie Classification and Discipline, Academic Year 2011–12
Percentage of Humanities Departments Offering Hybrid Courses, by Carnegie Classification and Discipline, Academic Year 2011–12
Percentage of Humanities Departments Engaged with Digital Humanities, by Type of Engagement and Carnegie Classification, Fall 2012
Departments Offering Online Courses, by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control
Engagement with Digital Humanities, by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control
Humanities Departments and Workforce Preparation
Percentage of Humanities Departments with Professional Programs, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Departments Offering or Requiring Occupationally Oriented Activities for Undergraduate Students, by Activity and Discipline, Academic Year 2011–12
Percentage of Humanities Departments Offering or Requiring Occupationally Oriented Activities for Doctoral Students, by Activity and Discipline, Academic Year 2011–12 (Nonacademic Employment Only)
Percentage of Humanities Departments Offering Undergraduate or Graduate Courses in Professional Schools, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Departments with Professional Programs and/or Instruction in Professional Schools
Occupationally Oriented Activities for Undergraduate Students
Occupationally Oriented Activities for Doctoral Students
Additional Findings from HDS-2
Percentage of Humanities Departments in Which Selected Tenure Criteria Are of Various Degrees of Importance, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Departments Indicating Activity Is an “Essential” or “Very Important” Consideration in Tenure Decisions, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Departments in Which Activity Is an “Essential” or “Very Important” Consideration in Tenure Decisions, by Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Departments That Conduct an Undergraduate Learning Outcomes Assessment, by Scope of Assessment and Carnegie Classification, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Departments That Conduct an Undergraduate Learning Outcomes Assessment, by Scope of Assessment and Discipline, Fall 2012
Percentage of Humanities Departments Engaged in Service to the Community, by Type of Service and Discipline, Academic Year 2011–12
Considerations in Tenure Decision Made by Humanities Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research from Humanities Departments
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning by Discipline as of Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control
Service to the Community, 2011–12 Academic Year
Departments Ceasing to Grant Degrees at Some Level, by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control
Departments with Language Requirements for Doctoral Degree
Humanities Disciplines: Profiles
Art History
HDS-1 Art History Departments and Faculty Members by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
AH1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Remaining HDS-1 Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
AH4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Art History in HDS-1 Departments in the 2011–12 Academic Year
AH5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Art History in HDS-1 Departments as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
AH6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Art History in HDS-1 Departments during the 2011–12 Academic Year
AH7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Art History in HDS-1 Departments during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Art History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Nonintroductory) Undergraduate Courses in Art History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Art History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Art History in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Art History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 Art History Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
Classical Studies
Departments and Faculty Members in Classical Studies, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered
CLS1.pdf
Faculty Members by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
CLS4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Classical Studies in the 2011–12 Academic Year
CLS5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Classical Studies as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
CLS6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Classical Studies during the 2011–12 Academic Year
CLS7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Classical Studies during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Classical Studies, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Nonintroductory) Undergraduate Courses in Classical Studies, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Classical Studies, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Classical Studies as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Classical Studies, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research, Fall 2012
Classical Studies Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control as of Fall 2012
Combined English / Languages & Literatures other than English
HDS-1 Combined Languages & Literatures Departments and Faculty Members, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
MLAC1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of HDS-1 Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
MLAC4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in the 2011–12 Academic Year
MLAC5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
MLAC6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments during the 2011–12 Academic Year
MLAC7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 MLA Combined English / Languages & Literatures Other Than English Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
Communication
Departments and Faculty Members in Communication, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered
COMM1.pdf
Faculty Members by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
COMM4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Communication in the 2011–12 Academic Year
COMM5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Communication as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
COMM6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Communication during the 2011–12 Academic Year
COMM7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Communication during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Communication, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in Communication, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Communication, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Communication as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Communication, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research, Fall 2012
Communication Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control as of Fall 2012
English
HDS-1 Departments and Faculty Members in English Language and Literatures, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
EN1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments* by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Remaining HDS-1 Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
EN4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in English in HDS-1 Departments in the 2011–12 Academic Year
EN5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in English in HDS-1 Departments as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
EN6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in English during the 2011–12 Academic Year
EN7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in English during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in English in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 English Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
Folklore
Departments and Faculty Members in Folklore, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered
FL1.pdf
Faculty Members by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Folklore in the 2011–12 Academic Year
FL5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Folklore as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
FL6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Folklore during the 2011–12 Academic Year
FL7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Folklore during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Folklore, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in Folklore, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Folklore, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Folklore as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Folklore, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research, Fall 2012
Folklore Departments Offering Online Courses, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities as of Fall 2012
History
HDS-1 Departments and Faculty Members in History, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
H1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Remaining HDS-1 Departments* by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
H4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in History in HDS-1 Departments in the 2011–12 Academic Year
H5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in History in HDS-1 Departments as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
H6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in History in HDS-1 Departments during the 2011–12 Academic Year
H7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in History in HDS-1 Departments during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in History in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in History in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 History Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
History of Science
HDS-1 Departments and Faculty Members in History of Science, Fall 2012
HoS1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments in the 2011–12 Academic Year
HoS5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
HoS6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments during the 2011–12 Academic Year
HoS7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in History of Science in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 History of Science Departments Offering Online Courses, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
Languages and Literatures Other Than English
HDS-1 Departments and Faculty Members in Languages and Literatures other than English, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
LLE1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Remaining HDS-1 Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
LLE4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments in the 2011–12 Academic Year
LLE5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Languages & Literatures Other Than English as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
LLE6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments during the 2011–12 Academic Year
LLE7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Languages & Literatures Other Than English in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Languages & Literatures other than English in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 Languages & Literatures Other Than English Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
Linguistics
HDS-1 Departments and Faculty Members in Linguistics, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
LN1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments* by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Remaining HDS-1 Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
LN4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments in the 2011–12 Academic Year
LN5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
LN6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments during the 2011–12 Academic Year
LN7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Linguistics in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 Linguistics Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
Musicology
Departments and Faculty Members in Musicology, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered
MU 1.pdf
Faculty Members by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
MU 4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Musicology in the 2011–12 Academic Year
MU 5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Musicology as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
MU 6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Musicology during the 2011–12 Academic Year
MU 7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Musicology during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Musicology, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in Musicology, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Musicology, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Musicology as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Musicology, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research, Fall 2012
Musicology Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control as of Fall 2012
Philosophy
Philosophy Departments and Faculty Members, by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered
PS 1.pdf
Faculty Members by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
PS 4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Philosophy in the 2011–12 Academic Year
PS 5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Philosophy as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
PS 6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Philosophy during the 2011–12 Academic Year
PS 7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Philosophy during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Philosophy, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in Philosophy, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Philosophy, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Philosophy as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Philosophy, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research, Fall 2012
Philosophy Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control as of Fall 2012
Religion
HDS-1 Religion Departments and Faculty Members by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered
REL 1.pdf
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Tenure Status, Fall 2012
Faculty Members at HDS-1 Departments by Employment Status and Gender, Fall 2012
Number of Remaining HDS-1 Departments by Carnegie Classification and Highest Degree Offered, Fall 2012
REL 4.pdf
Bachelor’s Degrees Completed in Religion in HDS-1 Departments in the 2011–12 Academic Year
REL 5.pdf
Number of Juniors and Seniors with Declared Major in Religion in HDS-1 Departments as of the Beginning of the Fall 2012 Term
REL 6.pdf
Number of Students Completing a Minor in Religion in HDS-1 Departments during the 2011–12 Academic Year
REL 7.pdf
Number of Graduate Students in Religion in HDS-1 Departments during Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for Introductory Undergraduate Courses in Religion in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Other (Non-Introductory) Undergraduate Courses in Religion in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Instructor of Record for All Graduate Courses in Religion in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012 Term
Assessment of Overall Undergraduate Student Learning in Religion in HDS-1 Departments as of the Fall 2012 Term
Considerations in Tenure Decisions in Religion in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
Faculty Tenure Decisions and New Hires in HDS-1 Departments
Availability of Institutional or Departmental Support for Research in HDS-1 Departments, Fall 2012
HDS-1 Religion Departments Offering Online Courses by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control, 2011–12 Academic Year
Engagement with Digital Humanities by Carnegie Classification and Form of Control in HDS-1 Departments as of Fall 2012
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