Major Transitions
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Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Undeclared (902)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED47553%

Art404%

Business Administration364%

Psychology263%

IS-INTL- International Studies192%

English182%

Liberal Studies182%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm162%

Environmental Science152%

Journalism152%

Political Science142%

Geography131%

Kinesiology131%

Music121%

Communication111%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed111%

Social Work111%

Anthropology101%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop81%

Theatre Arts81%

Biology71%

Spanish71%

Botany61%

Environmental Resources Engr61%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn61%

Philosophy61%

Religious Studies61%

Sociology61%

Wildlife61%

Environmental Managemnt & Prot51%

Mathematics51%
Biology (604)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED28046%

Biology13022%

Anthropology152%

Psychology142%

Zoology132%

Art112%

Environmental Science112%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop91%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Biology (604)Kinesiology81%

Botany71%

Business Administration61%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm61%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn61%

Oceanography61%

Wildlife61%

Communication51%

Fisheries Biology51%

Geography51%

English41%

Journalism41%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed41%
Psychology (395)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED21254%

Psychology10527%

Sociology92%

Social Work82%

Religious Studies72%

Art62%

Anthropology51%

Business Administration41%

English41%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop31%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed31%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm31%

IS - Dance Studies21%

IS-INTL- International Studies21%

Journalism21%

Kinesiology21%

Liberal Studies21%

Oceanography21%
Business Administration (319)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED20364%

Business Administration7323%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm52%

Communication41%

Social Work41%

Sociology31%

Economics21%

Industrial Technology21%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Business Administration (319)Kinesiology21%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed21%

Political Science21%
Art (289)Art12945%

DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED12042%

Journalism52%

Business Administration41%

English41%

Botany31%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop31%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm31%

IS-INTL- International Studies21%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed21%

Religious Studies21%
Nursing (241)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED14560%

Nursing3113%

Social Work177%

Psychology83%

Kinesiology73%

Business Administration52%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop42%

Spanish42%

Art31%

Anthropology21%

Biology21%

Geography21%

Liberal Studies21%
Wildlife (236)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED9139%

Wildlife6628%

Geography94%

Anthropology73%

Zoology73%

Botany42%

English42%

Environmental Science42%

Political Science42%

Psychology42%

Art31%

Chemistry31%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Wildlife (236)Fisheries Biology31%

History31%

Business Administration21%

Journalism21%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed21%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm21%

Mathematics21%

Rangeland Resource Science21%
Kinesiology (213)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED10851%

Kinesiology8138%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop42%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm31%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed21%

Social Work21%
Zoology (184)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED8848%

Zoology4625%

Wildlife84%

Biology74%

Art63%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm42%

Social Work42%

Anthropology32%

Psychology32%

IS-INTL- International Studies21%

Music21%

Business Administration11%

Communication11%

English11%

Environmental Science11%

Geography11%

History11%

Kinesiology11%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop11%

Political Science11%

Social Science (Education)11%

Sociology11%
English (179)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED9151%

English4123%

Art74%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
English (179)Psychology53%

Spanish42%

Journalism32%

Political Science32%

Biology21%

Business Administration21%

Communication21%

History21%

IS-INTL- International Studies21%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed21%

Social Work21%

Sociology21%

Anthropology11%

Geography11%

IS - Crit Race, Gen & Sex11%

Kinesiology11%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop11%

Music11%

Native American Studies11%

Religious Studies11%

Theatre Arts11%
Environmental Science (174)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED7141%

Environmental Science4727%

Environmental Managemnt & Prot63%

Geography53%

Kinesiology42%

Biology32%

Environmental Resources Engr32%

Journalism32%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm32%

Wildlife32%

Botany21%

Economics21%

Geology21%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn21%

Political Science21%

Rangeland Resource Science21%

Religious Studies21%

Anthropology11%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Environmental Science (174)Business Administration11%

Communication11%

Computer Science11%

History11%

IS - Dance Studies11%

IS-INTL- International Studies11%

Liberal Studies11%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop11%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed11%

Mathematics11%

Psychology11%
Journalism (170)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED8751%

Journalism4929%

English42%

Art32%

Political Science32%

Sociology32%

Business Administration21%

History21%

IS - Crit Race, Gen & Sex21%

IS-INTL- International Studies21%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed21%

Anthropology11%

Communication11%

Environmental Science11%

Geography11%

IS - Ethnic Studies11%

Liberal Studies11%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm11%

Psychology11%

Religious Studies11%

Social Work11%

Spanish11%
Environmental Resources Engr (166)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED7344%

Environmental Resources Engr4728%

Environmental Science106%

Business Administration53%

Biology32%

Geography32%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Environmental Resources Engr (166)Mathematics32%

Computer Science21%

Geology21%

IS-INTL- International Studies21%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn21%

Sociology21%

Anthropology11%

Chemistry11%

Economics11%

Environmental Managemnt & Prot11%

Forestry11%

History11%

Industrial Technology11%

Kinesiology11%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm11%

Physics11%

Wildlife11%

Zoology11%
Forestry (136)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED6044%

Forestry3929%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn64%

Business Administration54%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm43%

Environmental Science32%

Biology21%

Geography21%

History21%

Political Science21%

Sociology21%

Art11%

English11%

Environmental Managemnt & Prot11%

Fisheries Biology11%

Geology11%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop11%

Philosophy11%

Rangeland Resource Science11%

Spanish11%
Music (136)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED7152%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Music (136)Music4432%

Business Administration21%

Communication21%

IS-INTL- International Studies21%

Physics21%

Theatre Arts21%

Fisheries Biology11%

Geography11%

IS - Crit Race, Gen & Sex11%

Journalism11%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed11%

Mathematics11%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn11%

Political Science11%

Psychology11%

Sociology11%

Spanish11%
History (126)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED6753%

History3629%

Anthropology32%

Kinesiology32%

Political Science32%

Art11%

Business Administration11%

Communication11%

English11%

IS - Women's Studies11%

IS-INTL- International Studies11%

Liberal St Elem Ed -Integrated11%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop11%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed11%

Nursing11%

Psychology11%

Religious Studies11%

Spanish11%

Wildlife11%
Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed (118)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED5345%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed3731%

Liberal St Elem Ed -Integrated54%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed (118)Art43%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop43%

Social Work43%

Business Administration22%

Psychology22%

Anthropology11%

English11%

Geography11%

IS-INTL- International Studies11%

Journalism11%

Political Science11%

Sociology11%
Theatre Arts (102)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED4948%

Theatre Arts2726%

Art55%

Psychology33%

Business Administration22%

Geography22%

IS-INTL- International Studies22%

Journalism22%

Communication11%

English11%

History11%

IS - Dance Studies11%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm11%

Music11%

Philosophy11%

Religious Studies11%

Social Work11%

Spanish11%
Political Science (95)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED5053%

Political Science3234%

Communication22%

IS - Ethnic Studies22%

Journalism22%

Psychology22%

Biology11%

Business Administration11%

English11%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Political Science (95)History11%

Social Science (Education)11%
Anthropology (73)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED3244%

Anthropology2230%

Social Work34%

Art23%

Biology23%

Business Administration11%

Economics11%

English11%

Fisheries Biology11%

Geography11%

Geology11%

IS - Ethnic Studies11%

Journalism11%

Kinesiology11%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop11%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed11%

Psychology11%
Chemistry (71)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED4158%

Chemistry913%

Spanish34%

Biology23%

Business Administration23%

Kinesiology23%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed23%

Mathematics23%

Economics11%

English11%

Environmental Science11%

Geology11%

Industrial Technology11%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm11%

Physics11%

Sociology11%
Fisheries Biology (68)Fisheries Biology3349%

DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2638%

Business Administration23%

Wildlife23%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Fisheries Biology (68)Communication11%

Economics11%

Journalism11%

Kinesiology11%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm11%
Mathematics (67)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED3552%

Mathematics2334%

Business Administration23%

Art11%

Economics11%

English11%

History11%

Kinesiology11%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed11%

Spanish11%
Sociology (63)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED3454%

Sociology1016%

IS-INTL- International Studies23%

Journalism23%

Music23%

Social Work23%

Botany12%

Business Administration12%

Communication12%

English12%

Geography12%

IS - Crit Race, Gen & Sex12%

Interdisciplinary Studies12%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed12%

Philosophy12%

Psychology12%

Religious Studies12%
Botany (57)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2646%

Botany1323%

Anthropology24%

Biology24%

Economics12%

Environmental Science12%

Fisheries Biology12%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Botany (57)Forestry12%

French12%

Geography12%

Geology12%

IS-INTL- International Studies12%

Music12%

Philosophy12%

Political Science12%

Psychology12%

Rangeland Resource Science12%

Spanish12%
Computer Science (53)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED3260%

Computer Science1019%

Business Administration24%

English24%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop24%

Art12%

Biology12%

Computer Information Systems12%

History12%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm12%
Social Work (52)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2650%

Social Work1529%

Business Administration12%

Communication12%

History12%

IS - Crit Race, Gen & Sex12%

IS - Women's Studies12%

IS-INTL- International Studies12%

Journalism12%

Liberal Studies12%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop12%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed12%

Sociology12%
IS-INTL- International Studies (49)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2041%

IS-INTL- International Studies1837%

Anthropology24%

Art24%

Geography24%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
IS-INTL- International Studies (49)Business Administration12%

IS - Ethnic Studies12%

Journalism12%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop12%

Spanish12%
Oceanography (47)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2349%

Oceanography1430%

Anthropology24%

Kinesiology24%

Zoology24%

Economics12%

Geography12%

Music12%

Religious Studies12%
Physics (42)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2355%

Environmental Resources Engr512%

Physics512%

Biology12%

Business Administration12%

Chemistry12%

Environmental Managemnt & Prot12%

Industrial Technology12%

Liberal Studies12%

Music12%

Oceanography12%

Rangeland Resource Science12%
Communication (41)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2459%

Communication1024%

English25%

Business Administration12%

Geography12%

Journalism12%

Sociology12%

Theatre Arts12%
Liberal Studies-Child Develop (37)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1746%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop1541%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm25%

Art13%

Communication13%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Liberal Studies-Child Develop (37)Liberal Studies13%
Philosophy (35)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1851%

Philosophy411%

History39%

Biology13%

Computer Science13%

IS-INTL- International Studies13%

Industrial Technology13%

Music13%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn13%

Oceanography13%

Political Science13%

Psychology13%

Sociology13%
Industrial Technology (32)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED2578%

Industrial Technology413%

Business Administration26%

Environmental Science13%
Nat Resources Plng & Interptn (32)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1134%

Nat Resources Plng & Interptn1134%

Environmental Science26%

Art13%

Botany13%

English13%

Environmental Managemnt & Prot13%

Geography13%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop13%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm13%

Spanish13%
Liberal Studies (31)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1445%

Art26%

Business Administration26%

Sociology26%

Communication13%

English13%

Environmental Science13%

Geography13%

History13%

Kinesiology13%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Liberal Studies (31)Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed13%

Music13%

Political Science13%

Psychology13%

Social Work13%
Liberal St-Child Dev-Elem Ed (30)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1343%

Liberal Studies-Child Develop1240%

Social Work27%

Communication13%

Liberal St Elem Ed -Integrated13%

Political Science13%
Computer Information Systems (25)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1872%

Art28%

Computer Science28%

Computer Information Systems14%

Journalism14%

Liberal Studies14%
Economics (21)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1048%

Economics838%

Business Administration15%

IS-INTL- International Studies15%

Kinesiology15%
Social Science (Education) (19)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1263%

History211%

Psychology211%

English15%

IS-INTL- International Studies15%

Social Science (Education)15%
French (17)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED635%

French529%

Economics16%

Liberal Studies16%

Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed16%

Nursing16%

Spanish16%

Theatre Arts16%
Geology (16)Geology850%

DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED425%

Botany16%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Geology (16)English16%

IS-INTL- International Studies16%

Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm16%
Religious Studies (14)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED857%

Religious Studies536%

English17%
Spanish (12)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED758%

Spanish325%

Anthropology18%

Social Work18%
Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm (11)Liberal Studies-Recreation Adm545%

DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED327%

Art218%

Geography19%
Geography (10)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED550%

Geography440%

History110%
IS - Dance Studies (9)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED444%

IS - Dance Studies333%

Art111%

Theatre Arts111%
IS - Women's Studies (9)IS - Women's Studies444%

DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED222%

IS - Crit Race, Gen & Sex222%

Political Science111%
Native American Studies (9)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED9100%
Physical Science (9)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED889%

Physics111%
Rangeland Resource Science (6)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED233%

Forestry233%

Rangeland Resource Science233%
German (5)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED240%

Botany120%

German120%

Philosophy120%
Interdisciplinary Studies (4)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED250%

Psychology125%

Theatre Arts125%
Liberal St Elem Ed -Integrated (4)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED375%

Major Transitions - First-Time Freshmen Fall cohorts (2004 - 2009)
mc_major report generated: 05-JAN-16
Starting Major (n=)
Major at Graduation
Changed
cohort%
Liberal St Elem Ed -Integrated (4)Liberal Studies-Elementary Ed125%
IS - Ethnic Studies (2)Liberal Studies-Child Develop150%

Social Work150%
Social Science (1)DROPPED/NOT YET GRADUATED1100%