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My Majors Major # Students # Female % Female # Male % Male
Accounting 124 40 32% 84 68%
Agricultural Business and Management, General 57 19 33% 38 67%
Agricultural Communication/Journalism 7 6 86% 1 14%
Agricultural Economics 16 4 25% 12 75%
Agricultural Mechanization, General 35 2 6% 33 94%
Agricultural Teacher Education 14 11 79% 3 21%
Agriculture, General 31 10 32% 21 68%
Animal Sciences, General 119 96 81% 23 19%
Anthropology 18 15 83% 3 17%
Apparel and Textiles, General 78 75 96% 3 4%
Archeology 17 14 82% 3 18%
Area Studies, Other 93 64 69% 29 31%
Art/Art Studies, General 63 45 71% 18 29%
Athletic Training/Trainer 22 14 64% 8 36%
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, General 34 11 32% 23 68%
Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist 52 52 100% 0 %
Biochemistry 61 24 39% 37 61%
Biological/Biosystems Engineering 82 36 44% 46 56%
Biology/Biological Sciences, General 271 145 54% 126 46%
Business/Commerce, General 705 236 33% 469 67%
Chemical Engineering 63 13 21% 50 79%
Chemistry, General 26 7 27% 19 73%
Civil Engineering, General 78 12 15% 66 85%
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General 17 10 59% 7 41%
Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science and Allied Professions, Other 11 9 82% 2 18%
Computer Engineering, General 41 4 10% 37 90%
Computer and Information Sciences, General 84 10 12% 74 88%
Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician 14 13 93% 1 7%
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General 16 10 63% 6 38%
Early Childhood Education and Teaching 19 19 100% 0 %
Economics, General 60 19 32% 41 68%
Education, General 14 6 43% 8 57%
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 87 7 8% 80 92%
Elementary Education and Teaching 103 97 94% 6 6%
English Language and Literature, General 95 63 66% 32 34%
Family Resource Management Studies, General 38 9 24% 29 76%
Film/Cinema/Video Studies 16 7 44% 9 56%
Food Science 20 17 85% 3 15%
Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies, General 81 58 72% 23 28%
Foreign Languages and Literatures, General 3 2 67% 1 33%
Forestry, General 18 5 28% 13 72%
French Language and Literature 9 8 89% 1 11%
General Studies 91 38 42% 53 58%
Geography 16 2 13% 14 88%
Geology/Earth Science, General 12 5 42% 7 58%
German Language and Literature 13 7 54% 6 46%
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General 526 402 76% 124 24%
History, General 70 26 37% 44 63%
Hotel/Motel Administration/Management 135 98 73% 37 27%
Housing and Human Environments, General 26 20 77% 6 23%
Human Development and Family Studies, General 59 57 97% 2 3%
Industrial Engineering 52 13 25% 39 75%
Information Technology 70 7 10% 63 90%
Journalism 549 395 72% 154 28%
Junior High/Intermediate/Middle School Education and Teaching 50 40 80% 10 20%
Linguistics 13 9 69% 4 31%
Mathematics, General 36 14 39% 22 61%
Mechanical Engineering 146 11 8% 135 92%
Medical Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiation Therapist 21 14 67% 7 33%
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other 160 89 56% 71 44%
Music, General 18 9 50% 9 50%
Natural Resources/Conservation, General 48 30 63% 18 38%
Occupational Therapy/Therapist 31 30 97% 1 3%
Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies 132 33 25% 99 75%
Philosophy 18 3 17% 15 83%
Physical Therapy/Therapist 4 4 100% 0 %
Physics, General 21 6 29% 15 71%
Plant Sciences, General 33 13 39% 20 61%
Political Science and Government, General 111 46 41% 65 59%
Psychology, General 271 195 72% 76 28%
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse 198 168 85% 30 15%
Religion/Religious Studies 12 8 67% 4 33%
Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist 21 15 71% 6 29%
Russian Language and Literature 6 4 67% 2 33%
Secondary Education and Teaching 92 57 62% 35 38%
Social Work 50 47 94% 3 6%
Sociology 93 60 65% 33 35%
Spanish Language and Literature 32 25 78% 7 22%
Special Education and Teaching, General 29 26 90% 3 10%
Speech Communication and Rhetoric 183 129 70% 54 30%
Statistics, General 23 10 43% 13 57%
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