Jon Emont writes:
More than 70 percent of Swarthmore graduates in computer science, physics, engineering, and philosophy are men, according to a recent Swarthmore College institutional study. The study also found that more than 75 percent of graduates in modern languages, art history, and art are women. The findings at Swarthmore mirror national undergraduate trends, with women making up 12 percent, 20 percent, and 25 percent of computer science, engineering, and physics majors, respectively.
From Association of Computing Machinery summary (20110830, http://technews.acm.org/#538891) of Swarthmore Daily Gazette article by Jon Emont, published at http://daily.swarthmore.edu/2011/08/30/computer-science-modern-languages-most-gender-polarized-majors/