IU Department Grade Data, Spring 2011
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Department% A% B% C% D% F% Other
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AVERAGE42.68%28.11%9.69%2.53%2.48%14.51%
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Aerospace Studies (Air Force)80%13.33%0%0%0%6.67%
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School of Library and Information Science78.71%10.53%0.11%0%0%10.65%
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Nursing75.09%24.04%0.53%0%0%0.35%
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Liberal Arts and Management Program73.91%16.77%2.48%0%0.62%6.21%
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Military Science (Army)72.79%13.61%1.36%0.68%2.04%9.52%
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Music71.16%12.22%4.21%1.35%1.02%10.05%
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African Studies69.15%11.02%0.28%0%2.2%17.36%
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Education68.61%13.79%2.93%0.9%2.32%11.46%
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Hutton Honors College68.55%15.47%1.16%0.33%0.17%14.31%
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Central Eurasian Studies67.65%18.38%1.47%0%2.21%10.29%
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Social Work62.98%17.82%3.84%1.38%2.15%11.83%
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Cognitive Science Program58.78%15.27%10.69%0.76%2.29%12.21%
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Theatre and Drama55.57%19.07%7.68%1.04%3.02%13.63%
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Statistics55.25%22.83%6.34%3.08%1.27%11.23%
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Collins Living-Learning Center54.58%16.79%3.05%1.15%0.76%23.66%
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Health, Physical Education & Recreation53.6%22.62%6.54%1.62%1.79%13.83%
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Slavic Languages and Literatures51.77%25.4%4.82%0.64%2.89%14.47%
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Jewish Studies51.11%18.1%10.48%2.86%0.63%16.83%
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Fine Arts50.78%23.27%6.05%1.26%2.2%16.44%
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Global Village Living-Learning Center48.68%23.68%7.89%1.32%10.53%7.89%
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Near Eastern Languages and Cultures48%24%4%3%1.5%19.5%
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Informatics47.43%26.39%8.52%2.61%3.57%11.48%
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Speech and Hearing Sciences47.03%32.86%8.84%1.62%0.54%9.11%
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Anthropology45.81%23.79%9.29%1.77%3.28%16.06%
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Linguistics44.57%31.62%7.05%1.52%3.62%11.62%
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Classical Studies43.69%24.09%10.13%3.65%2.82%15.61%
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Optometry43.41%46.82%8.8%0.46%0.1%0.41%
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Computer Science43.14%19.57%7.94%2.35%3.49%23.51%
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Journalism42.75%33.94%7.93%1.74%2.66%10.98%
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Latino Studies42.41%34.81%4.43%0%1.9%16.46%
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Folklore and Ethnomusicology42.17%26.01%10.1%2.69%1.85%17.17%
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Comparative Literature42.07%25.9%5.09%1.05%3.89%22.01%
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Law41.77%45.06%1.68%0%0%11.49%
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Gender Studies41.53%24.74%9.2%1.09%2.99%20.44%
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Business41.01%34.22%8.71%1.66%0.96%13.44%
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International Studies40.69%26.26%8.08%3.75%1.88%19.34%
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African American & African Diaspora Studies40.43%27.57%8.27%1.59%3.01%19.13%
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Public and Environmental Affairs40.19%32.59%9.92%2.17%1.77%13.35%
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Psychological & Brain Sciences39.81%26.52%11.8%3.15%2.51%16.22%
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Biology39.23%28.2%13.46%3.68%3.42%12.01%
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Criminal Justice38.26%29.68%12.08%3.55%2.74%13.7%
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Second Language Studies38.19%22.4%10.12%5.67%10.15%13.48%
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East Asian Languages and Cultures36.94%31.01%10.41%2.39%2.5%16.75%
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Communication and Culture35.42%30.37%9.8%1.86%2.92%19.63%
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College of Arts and Sciences34.99%29.89%10.89%2.59%3.29%18.35%
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Medical Science34.96%26.83%15.18%8.67%4.07%10.3%
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Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design34.89%39.14%14.05%1.92%0.89%9.12%
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French and Italian34.76%30.67%11.02%3.13%2.47%17.95%
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Physiology34.51%28.55%17.61%3.26%2.76%13.31%
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Germanic Studies34.43%32.43%11.67%1.53%3.18%16.75%
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Telecommunications34%34.37%12.91%1.91%1.95%14.86%
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History and Philosophy of Science33.97%23.29%11.78%3.01%7.12%20.82%
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History33.43%34.78%10.66%2.48%2.45%16.19%
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English33.3%35.99%9.53%1.69%3.17%16.31%
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Religious Studies32.58%30.25%11.52%3.94%3.43%18.29%
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Geological Studies32.41%35.09%13.12%2.34%2.26%14.79%
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Geography32.28%33.02%12.58%2.96%3.52%15.63%
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Political Science32.27%32.93%11.99%2.22%3.12%17.48%
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Sociology31.68%34.1%13.72%3.04%2.13%15.34%
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American Studies30.18%34.1%11.06%1.15%3.23%20.28%
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Spanish and Portuguese29.92%35.77%14.04%3.78%2.14%14.36%
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Astronomy29.73%28.79%17.97%3.9%3.54%16.09%
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Labor Studies Program27.85%20.25%18.99%7.59%6.33%18.99%
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Philosophy26.96%27.1%10.57%4.34%5.18%25.84%
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Economics22.77%30.68%18.91%7.23%3.28%17.14%
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Anatomy22.71%27.58%17.11%6.05%5.31%21.24%
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Chemistry20.76%29%21.47%8.11%5.94%14.71%
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Mathematics18.48%24.18%19.3%7.51%7.48%23.05%
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SOURCE: IU & Purdue Registrar grade distribution data, Spring 2011. Excludes courses with three or fewer students, for which grade distributions are not published, and departments with four or fewer courses.
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