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  1. Doctorate Recipients in Sociology, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity

    Notes: Research doctorates only. Percent based on individuals with known demographic data; the N is for gender with fewer cases for race/ethnicity. This analysis differs from the separate charts on gender and race/ethnicity; it includes only sociology degrees and is from a different data source.

  2. Bachelor's Degrees Awarded in Sociology

    Notes: Includes both first and second majors. To allow comparisons across all years, 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).

     

  3. Bachelor's Degrees Awarded in Sociology, by Gender

    Notes: Includes both first and second majors. To allow comparisons across all years, 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).

  4. 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).

  5. Master's Degrees Awarded in Sociology

    Notes: 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).

  6. Master's Degrees Awarded in Sociology, by Gender

    Notes: 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).

  7. Master'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. 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).

  8. Doctorates Awarded in Sociology

    Notes: Uses the field "Academic Discipline, Detailed (standardized): Sociology" and the NSF population of institutions. This graph includes doctorates awarded in two subfields, sociology and demography/population studies, that cannot be separated in the available data. Values updated January 2020.

  9. Doctorates Awarded in Sociology, by Gender

    Notes: Uses the field "Academic Discipline, Detailed (standardized): Sociology" and the NSF population of institutions. This chart includes doctorates awarded in two subfields, sociology and demography/population studies, that cannot be separated in the available data. Percent calculated for those whose gender is known.

    Last updated January 2020.

  10. Doctorates Awarded in Sociology, by Race or Ethnicity

    Notes: Uses the field "Academic Discipline, Detailed (standardized): Sociology." This chart includes doctorates awarded in two subfields, sociology and demography/population studies, that cannot be separated in the available data. Race or ethnicity in this chart uses the "historical" categories for consistency across years. Categories are mutually exclusive. Percentages calculated based on respondents whose race or ethnicity is known.