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Duke

1. Business Adminstration and Management

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Declined Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has fallen 10.9% overall, from 17.38% of the total completions at this school in 2010 to 15.47% in 2015. In the last year, however, percent of total completions has risen 13.1% from 13.75% in 2014 to 15.47% in 2015.

Business Administration and Management hit an all time high in 2003 with 20.08% of total completions and an all time low in 1996 with 6.55% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has fallen 6.9% overall in the last five years, from 343.8 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 320.2 completions per 10k in 2015.

2. Economics

 

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Been Relatively Stable Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has hovered around 5.42% overall over the five years prior to 2015.

Economics hit an all time high in 2002 with 8.98% of total completions and an all time low in 1995 with 2.14% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has risen 5.3% overall in the last five years, from 37.4 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 39.4 completions per 10k in 2015.

3. Public Policy Analysis

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Risen Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has risen 11.6% overall, from 4.27% of the total completions at this school in 2010 to 4.78% in 2015. This number seems to be stabilizing, however, with percentage of total completions remaining relatively constant over the year prior to 2015.

Public Policy Analysis hit an all time high in 2006 with 5.54% of total completions and an all time low in 1984 with 1.69% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has risen 14.3% overall in the last five years, from 4.2 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 4.8 completions per 10k in 2015.

4. Law

 

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Declined Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has fallen 47.9% overall, from 7.11% of the total completions at this school in 2010 to 3.73% in 2015.

Law hit an all time high in 2002 with 8.06% of total completions and an all time low in 1987 with 3.09% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has fallen 19.4% overall in the last five years, from 49.9 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 40.2 completions per 10k in 2015.

5. Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering

 

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Declined Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has fallen 5.1% overall, from 3.94% of the total completions at this school in 2010 to 3.66% in 2015. This number seems to be stabilizing, however, with percent of total completions remaining relatively constant over the year prior to 2015.

Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering hit an all time high in 2011 with 4.13% of total completions and an all time low in 1989 with 0.93% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has risen 35.8% overall in the last five years, from 6.7 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 9.1 completions per 10k in 2015.

6. Enviornmental Studies

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Risen From 2014-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has risen 1650.0% overall, from 0.16% in 2014 to 3.47% in 2015.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools exhibits an overall upward linear trend, growing at a rate of about 0.8 completions per 10k total graduates every year.

7. Biology and Biological Sciences

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Declined Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has fallen 13.2% overall, from 3.76% of the total completions at this school in 2010 to 3.34% in 2015.

Biology/Biological Sciences hit an all time high in 1999 with 6.34% of total completions and an all time low in 1988 with 0.53% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has risen 10.8% overall in the last five years, from 74.4 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 82.4 completions per 10k in 2015.

8. Electrical and Electronics Engineering

 

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Risen Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has risen 20.8% overall, from 2.44% of the total completions at this school in 2010 to 2.92% in 2015.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering hit an all time high in 2004 with 4.36% of total completions and an all time low in 1996 with 0.93% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has risen 14.1% overall in the last five years, from 25.5 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 29.1 completions per 10k in 2015.

9. Psychology 

 

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Declined Overall From 2010-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has fallen 37.2% overall, from 4.27% of the total completions at this school in 2010 to 2.74% in 2015.

Psychology hit an all time high in 2007 with 5.48% of total completions and an all time low in 1994 with 1.62% of total completions.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has risen 4.6% overall in the last five years, from 125.2 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 131.0 completions per 10k in 2015.

10. Computer Science

 

Percent of Students Graduating With This Major Has Risen From 2014-2015

The percent of students completing this major compared to all completions at Duke University has risen 23.8% overall, from 2.14% in 2014 to 2.63% in 2015.

More broadly, the percent of students completing this major at all schools has risen 65.3% overall in the last five years, from 17.0 completions per 10k total graduates five years ago to 28.1 completions per 10k in 2015.


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