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Doctoral Degree Productivity

Also, check out Reed's historical doctoral degree productivity.

Undergraduate Origins of Doctoral Degrees

Percentage ranking of doctorates, by academic field, conferred upon graduates of listed institutions.

RankAll DisciplinesScience and MathSocial SciencesHumanities and Arts
1 Calif. Inst. of Tech. Calif. Inst. of Tech. Swarthmore New England Conserv. of Music
2 Harvey Mudd Harvey Mudd Grinnell Curtis Institute of Music
3 Swarthmore Reed Reed Juilliard
4 Reed MIT Bryn Mawr Cleveland Inst. of Music
5 Carleton NM Institute Mining & Tech. Spelman St. John's College
6 MIT Carleton Oberlin Reed
7 Grinnell Wabash Wesleyan Hellenic College-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Sch. of Theology
8 Harvard Rice St. Joseph Seminary Swarthmore
9 Princeton Univ. of Chicago Harvard Oberlin
10 Univ. of Chicago Grinnell Pomona Amherst

Percentage Ranking by Specific Fields of Study

RankLife SciencesPhysical SciencesPsychologyOther Social Sciences*Humanities
1 Calif. Inst. of Tech. Calif. Inst. of Tech. Univ. Puerto Rico - Aguadilla Swarthmore St. John's, MD
2 Reed Harvey Mudd Wellesley Reed Reed
3 Carleton Reed Reed Harvard Swarthmore
4 Swarthmore NM Institute Mining/Tech. Barnard Univ. of Chicago Thomas More College of Lib. Arts
5 Grinnell MIT Pontifical Coll. Josephinum Grinnell Amherst
6 Haverford Carleton Vassar Bryn Mawr Carleton
7 MIT Wabash Pomona Bard College at Simon's Rock Bryn Mawr
8 Pomona Swarthmore Swarthmore Thomas More College of Lib. Arts St. John's, NM
9 Univ. of Chicago Lawrence Hendrix Amherst Thomas Aquinas
10 Earlham Grinnell Grinnell Macalester Princeton
11 Harvey Mudd The College of Wooster Saint Joseph Seminary Oberlin Bard
12 Cornell Univ. Haverford Haverford Pomona Harvard

*Does not include psychology, education, or communications and librarianship.

Source: National Science Foundation and Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. The listing shows the top institutions in the nation ranked by estimated percentage of graduates who went on to earn a doctoral degree in selected disciplines between 2001-2010 or 2003-2012.