Federal study notes that humanities degrees have declined in the past 5 years.
Fewer students are enrolling in humanities majors at Ohio colleges amid an upswing in the popularity of science and business programs, according to federal data.
Traditionally the bedrock of a college education, humanities disciplines, including English, philosophy and history, have attracted fewer students nationally in recent years. Some scholars have lamented the fall of the humanities, while others say the downturn is overblown.
In Ohio, the number of humanities degrees granted by all colleges has fallen by 15 percent over the...