PROGRAMS AND RANKINGS

Indiana University-Bloomington

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Carnegie Classification

Comprehensive doctoral (no medical/veterinary

Campus Setting

City: small

Religious Affiliation

None

Size
Source: IPEDS, 2007

Undergraduates

30,394

Graduate Students

7,672

Professional School Students

924

Undergraduate Selectivity
Source: IPEDS, 2009

Applicants

33,011

Accepted

23,975

Acceptance Rate

73%

SAT Math, 25th / 75th Percentile

540 / 660

SAT Verbal, 25th / 75th Percentile

520 / 630

Rankings of graduate programs from the latest National Research Council study.

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American Studies

Ranked from 5-14 out of 22 peer programs

Comparative Literature

Ranked from 8-29 out of 46 peer programs

English

Ranked from 15-43 out of 119 peer programs

Fine Arts-Art History

Ranked from 29-46 out of 58 peer programs

Folklore

Ranked from 1-1 out of 62 peer programs

French

Ranked from 16-29 out of 43 peer programs

Germanic Studies

Ranked from 2-8 out of 29 peer programs

History

Ranked from 43-72 out of 137 peer programs

Music Theory

Ranked from 37-54 out of 62 peer programs

Musicology

Ranked from 4-11 out of 62 peer programs

Philosophy

Ranked from 35-49 out of 90 peer programs

Religious Studies

Ranked from 8-17 out of 40 peer programs

Spanish

Ranked from 16-44 out of 60 peer programs

Human Performance

Ranked from 26-34 out of 41 peer programs

Microbiology

Ranked from 24-52 out of 74 peer programs

Astronomy

Ranked from 17-32 out of 33 peer programs

Chemistry

Ranked from 60-118 out of 178 peer programs

Computer Science

Ranked from 68-98 out of 127 peer programs

Environmental Science

Ranked from 65-110 out of 141 peer programs

Geological Sciences

Ranked from 35-85 out of 141 peer programs

Mathematics

Ranked from 11-29 out of 127 peer programs

Physics

Ranked from 20-72 out of 161 peer programs

Anthropology

Ranked from 25-47 out of 82 peer programs

Cognitive Science

Ranked from 37-72 out of 236 peer programs

Economics

Ranked from 63-78 out of 117 peer programs

Geography

Ranked from 13-33 out of 49 peer programs

Linguistics

Ranked from 6-18 out of 52 peer programs

Political Science

Ranked from 13-31 out of 105 peer programs

Psychology

Ranked from 12-40 out of 236 peer programs

Public Affairs

Ranked from 12-24 out of 54 peer programs

Public Policy

Ranked from 3-5 out of 54 peer programs

Second Language Studies

Ranked from 37-50 out of 52 peer programs

Sociology

Ranked from 24-42 out of 118 peer programs