1999/00 - 2015/16
|MAJOR FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS, SELECTED YEARS, 1999/00 - 2015/16|
|Major Field of Specialization||1999/00||2004/05||2009/10||2014/15||2015/16|
|Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math||76.4||77.5||75.7||74.2||76.0|
|Math and Computer Science||5.5||5.5||5.6||5.7||6.2|
|Physical and Life Sciences||31.6||34.7||34.9||34.7||34.7|
|Business and Management||2.5||2.8||3.8||3.3||3.5|
|Fine and Applied Arts||2.1||1.7||1.7||1.7||2.0|
|Legal Studies and Law Enforcement*||-||-||-||1.6||1.6|
|Communications and Journalism*||-||-||-||0.9||0.9|
|Other Fields of Study||5.3||5.4||5.2||4.3||2.7|
*Beginning in 2014/15, Communications and Journalism and Legal Studies and Law Enforcement were reported separately.
Note: Percent of total may not add to 100.0 due to rounding.
Suggested citation: Institute of International Education. (2016). "Major Field of Specialization of International Scholars, 1999/00-2015/16, Selected Years." Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange. Retrieved from http://www.iie.org/opendoors
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