Hispanic Studies

Percentages are rounded to whole numbers and do not always add to 100.

Hispanic Studies is the successor program to Spanish. The final cohort of the Spanish PhD program entered in the fall of 2012, and the first cohort of the Hispanic Studies PhD program entered in the fall of 2017. Data on this page represent both sets of students.

PhD Program Data

Fall 2017

Fall 2016

5 Year Average

PhD Admissions

Number of applications 19 19
Number of admissions offers (Selectivity) 3 (16%) 3 (16%)
Number of new doctoral students (Yield) 2 (67%) 2 (67%)

PhD Enrollment

Total enrollment 4 3 6
Female 50% 67% 62%
Male 50% 33% 38%
International 75% 33% 31%
U.S. citizen or permanent resident 25% 67% 69%

PhD Enrollment, U.S. Citizen or
Permanent Resident, by Race

Black or African American
Asian
Hispanic of any race 100% 50% 55%
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
White 50% 30%
Two or more races
Not indicated 15%

PhD Degrees

2016-17

2015-16

5 Year Average

Number of degrees awarded 1 2 3
Median years to PhD 8.9 5.1 5.8
Average adjusted years to PhD 8.9 5.1 6.5
Percent of students who entered between
2005-06 and 2009-10, and completed
the PhD as of August 31, 2017
86

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Explanatory Notes

Placement Data

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[Note: TT = tenure track]

Placement Data