There no longer is any truth in the statement that there is an Ec. major sprawled out under every table of statistics; the fact is that at least four out of every five undergraduates in a field are not in Economics.
Whether it is labor, money and banking, international trade, or theory, however, there is a greater concentration of concentrators in Economics than in any other department. Approximate figures out of University Hall yesterday put Ec on top with 736.
Less out for Honors
Although leading in total enrollment of concentrators, the Economics Department has less theses to read come senior year than its social science rival, Government. The latter field may be second with 688 concentrators but is in front with honors candidates with 249, about a dozen above Ec.
Third in magnitude is English with 454 majors and fourth is the one-year-old Social Relations, followed at some distance by Latin, Greek, War Service Physics, and Semitic Languages with 2, 2, 1, and 0, respectively.
With two experimental semesters behind it, the major of Social Relations is probably the fastest growing offering in the history of the college.