Academic Program

Class size, student to faculty ratio, and faculty profile

In Fall 2023, the average class size is 18 and the median class size is 17. The student to faculty ratio is 10 to 1. All tenured and tenure-track faculty members have a doctorate or other terminal degree. 26% of the full-time faculty are domestic persons of color or international.


Degrees awarded by major

During the 2022-23 academic year, 573 students earned bachelor’s degrees, 136 (23.7%) of whom were double majors (including 4 students who were triple majors). In total, these 573 students completed 713 majors; the most popular majors among this graduating class were: Business, Organizations, & Management (12.1% or 86/713), Political Science (10.7%), Health Sciences (8.1%), Economics (7.9%, including Mathematical Economics), Psychology (7.4%), Biological Sciences (BIO & BMB combined) (5.9%), English (5.3%, including English with Writing Concentration), and History (4.6%).

For historical trends from 2003 to 2023, please explore this Interactive Data Tool/Dashboard.

For the number of graduates by Major in the most recent four graduating classes (2020-2023), please view the Degrees Awarded by Major table.


Minors completed by graduating class

308 students in the 2023 graduating class completed a total of 368 minors, including 57 students completing two minors (3 of these 57 were triple minors). Most popular minors were: Business (46), Peace & Justice Studies (35), Data Science (27), Economics (24), Mathematics (17), Spanish (17), and Educational Studies (16).

For historical trends from 2003 to 2023, please explore this Interactive Data Tool/Dashboard.

For the number of students completing a minor in the most recent four graduating classes (2020-2023), please view the Number of Graduates Completing a Minor table.