Hobart William Smith Colleges

Degrees Conferred - 2013

  Program  Associates  Bachelors  Masters  Doctorates
African Studies 0  
American/United States Studies/Civilization 6  
Ancient/Classical Greek Language and Literature 1  
Anthropology 9  
Architecture and Related Services, Other 37  
Art History, Criticism and Conservation 8  
Asian Studies/Civilization 6  
Biochemistry 8  
Biology/Biological Sciences, General 35  
Chemistry, General 9  
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General 3  
Comparative Literature 3  
Computer and Information Sciences, General 5  
Dance, General 5  
Economics, General 41  
Elementary Education and Teaching  10 
English Language and Literature, General 34  
European Studies/Civilization 1  
Fine/Studio Arts, General 4  
Foreign Languages and Literatures, General 0  
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Other 0  
French Language and Literature 4  
Gay/Lesbian Studies 0  
Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences, Other 10  
History, General 22  
International Relations and Affairs 17  
Latin American Studies 1  
Latin Language and Literature 1  
Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies 20  
Mass Communication/Media Studies 34  
Mathematics, General 9  
Music, General 1  
Natural Resources/Conservation, General 25  
Philosophy 13  
Physical Sciences, Other 0  
Physics, General 2  
Political Science and Government, General 23  
Psychology, General 35  
Public Policy Analysis, General 27  
Religion/Religious Studies 3  
Russian Language and Literature 0  
Russian Studies 1  
Secondary Education and Teaching  0 
Social Sciences, General 6  
Sociology 12  
Spanish Language and Literature 3  
Urban Studies/Affairs 2  
Women's Studies 3  


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