Hispanic women earn a higher share of bachelor's degrees in psychology, social sciences, and biological sciences than in any other S&E field. The share of the bachelor's degrees they earn in these three broad fields has increased rapidly since 1995. The share of bachelor's degrees Hispanic women earn in engineering is low, but it nearly doubled in the same period. Their share in computer sciences has remained flat at about 2% over the past 20 years.
Science and engineering bachelor's degrees earned by Hispanic women, by field: 1995–2014
NOTES: Data not available for 1999. Hispanic may be any race.