* English language and literature, history, languages and literatures other than English (including linguistics and classics), and philosophy. “CIP” refers to the Classification of Instructional Programs. Please see the Note on the Data Used to Calculate Humanities Degree Counts and Shares for an explanation of the differences between the two sets of degree counts.
Source: Office of Education/U.S. Department of Education, “Survey of Earned Degrees,” “Higher Education General Information System (HEGIS),” and “Integrated Postsecondary Data System (IPEDS).” HEGIS and IPEDS data were accessed and analyzed via the National Science Foundation’s online integrated science and engineering resources data system, WebCASPAR .