American Sociological Association

Bachelor's Degrees Awarded in Sociology, by Race or Ethnicity

Notes: Percent of degrees awarded to permanent residents whose race or ethnicity is known. All categories except "Hispanic or Latino" include only non-Hispanics. Two or more races was included as a category for the first time in 2009. Includes both first and second majors. Figures combine completions for sociology, demography/population studies, sociology and anthropology (joint program), and rural sociology; prior to 2010, these fields could not be separated. (Updated January 2020).

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US Department of Education IPEDS Completions Survey. Obtained from NCSES Table Tool (https://ncsesdata.nsf.gov/ids/).

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