Share of Community Colleges Offering at Least One Humanities Course, by Discipline and Institution Type, Fall 2015

The middle bar depicts the estimated proportion, and the upper and lower bars depict the range of uncertainty.
t All the responding baccalaureate institutions in this group offer English; it is possible that some of the non-responding institutions of this type do not offer English.
* Includes: 1) survey courses entitled “Humanities”; and 2) courses coded in colleges’ information systems as humanities that were not counted in the other disciplinary categories.
** Even though the bounds for the proportion of schools offering English among transfer institutions extends to 100%, we know that there are transfer institutions that do not offer English.
Three institutions included in the study were not part of the 2015 Carnegie universe; their data have been excluded from this analysis. For the values underlying this figure, see American Academy of Arts Sciences, Humanities Indicators, “Humanities Education in Community Colleges: A Pilot Study,” (March 2019), appendix, tables E4, FL4, H4, P4, and OH4.
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