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No. 5: by Sex


  TABLE B-102.  MALE PART-TIME GRADUATE STUDENTS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
       FIELDS IN ALL INSTITUTIONS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION: 1987-94

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    GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION     | 1987 1/ |  1988   |  1989   |  1990   |  1991   |  1992   |  1993   |  1994
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   TOTAL, ALL INSTITUTIONS .....|  84,032 |  81,699 |  81,779 |  84,746 |  86,826 |  88,576 |  88,523 |  86,601
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
NEW ENGLAND ....................|   5,703 |   6,244 |   5,745 |   6,268 |   6,051 |   5,877 |   5,569 |   5,588
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   CONNECTICUT .................|   1,724 |   1,755 |   1,803 |   1,843 |   1,631 |   1,701 |   1,616 |   1,513
   MAINE .......................|     118 |     101 |     111 |     102 |      99 |     103 |      96 |      82
   MASSACHUSETTS ...............|   3,423 |   3,808 |   3,306 |   3,802 |   3,812 |   3,585 |   3,433 |   3,567
   NEW HAMPSHIRE ...............|      65 |     156 |     185 |     176 |     151 |     146 |     111 |     117
   RHODE ISLAND ................|     256 |     295 |     240 |     258 |     257 |     221 |     203 |     215
   VERMONT .....................|     117 |     129 |     100 |      87 |     101 |     121 |     110 |      94
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
MIDDLE ATLANTIC ................|  17,210 |  18,566 |  18,084 |  18,174 |  18,499 |  18,613 |  18,138 |  17,312
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   NEW JERSEY ..................|   4,055 |   4,162 |   3,768 |   3,931 |   3,778 |   3,734 |   3,636 |   3,314
   NEW YORK ....................|   9,242 |  10,077 |  10,087 |  10,001 |  10,135 |  10,200 |   9,903 |   9,410
   PENNSYLVANIA ................|   3,913 |   4,327 |   4,229 |   4,242 |   4,586 |   4,679 |   4,599 |   4,588
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
EAST NORTH CENTRAL .............|  10,712 |  11,501 |  11,589 |  12,364 |  12,770 |  12,688 |  13,198 |  13,339
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ILLINOIS ....................|   3,040 |   3,470 |   3,565 |   3,767 |   3,917 |   3,974 |   4,216 |   4,091
   INDIANA .....................|     573 |     648 |     677 |     802 |     904 |     896 |   1,020 |   1,058
   MICHIGAN ....................|   2,777 |   2,714 |   2,953 |   3,066 |   3,306 |   3,502 |   3,697 |   3,824
   OHIO ........................|   3,422 |   3,558 |   3,250 |   3,456 |   3,279 |   2,962 |   2,919 |   2,940
   WISCONSIN ...................|     900 |   1,111 |   1,144 |   1,273 |   1,364 |   1,354 |   1,346 |   1,426
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
WEST NORTH CENTRAL .............|   4,034 |   4,518 |   4,719 |   4,796 |   4,869 |   4,793 |   4,867 |   4,824
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   IOWA ........................|     483 |     535 |     478 |     512 |     548 |     491 |     558 |     490
   KANSAS ......................|   1,072 |   1,059 |   1,151 |   1,159 |   1,184 |   1,296 |   1,322 |   1,569
   MINNESOTA ...................|     441 |     643 |     708 |     697 |     760 |     795 |     855 |     795
   MISSOURI ....................|   1,410 |   1,575 |   1,685 |   1,747 |   1,610 |   1,327 |   1,248 |   1,174
   NEBRASKA ....................|     391 |     459 |     460 |     465 |     550 |     595 |     587 |     489
   NORTH DAKOTA ................|      89 |      97 |     101 |      78 |      91 |     101 |     130 |     151
   SOUTH DAKOTA ................|     148 |     150 |     136 |     138 |     126 |     188 |     167 |     156
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
SOUTH ATLANTIC .................|  13,533 |  13,255 |  13,523 |  13,905 |  14,277 |  15,419 |  15,750 |  16,293
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   DELAWARE ....................|     259 |     192 |     191 |     188 |     218 |     235 |     244 |     254
   DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ........|   3,636 |   2,940 |   2,861 |   2,887 |   2,825 |   3,053 |   3,036 |   2,792
   FLORIDA .....................|   2,760 |   2,872 |   2,924 |   3,154 |   3,465 |   3,745 |   3,905 |   4,388
   GEORGIA .....................|   1,080 |   1,185 |   1,269 |   1,196 |   1,275 |   1,342 |   1,288 |   1,317
   MARYLAND ....................|   1,903 |   2,097 |   2,113 |   2,052 |   2,078 |   2,191 |   2,190 |   2,112
   NORTH CAROLINA ..............|     873 |     887 |     929 |     990 |     977 |   1,067 |   1,072 |   1,293
   SOUTH CAROLINA ..............|     545 |     531 |     573 |     586 |     550 |     659 |     672 |     727
   VIRGINIA ....................|   2,051 |   2,097 |   2,250 |   2,422 |   2,446 |   2,630 |   2,821 |   2,936
   WEST VIRGINIA ...............|     426 |     454 |     413 |     430 |     443 |     497 |     522 |     474
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EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .............|   2,767 |   3,530 |   3,692 |   3,898 |   4,000 |   3,900 |   4,030 |   4,187
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   ALABAMA .....................|     728 |     856 |     938 |   1,397 |   1,425 |   1,395 |   1,489 |   1,554
   KENTUCKY ....................|     542 |     938 |     940 |     753 |     772 |     774 |     741 |     844
   MISSISSIPPI .................|     358 |     359 |     383 |     280 |     277 |     261 |     276 |     372
   TENNESSEE ...................|   1,139 |   1,377 |   1,431 |   1,468 |   1,526 |   1,470 |   1,524 |   1,417
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WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .............|   6,219 |   6,815 |   7,456 |   8,111 |   8,595 |   9,300 |   9,567 |   8,550
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   ARKANSAS ....................|     280 |     318 |     264 |     247 |     257 |     281 |     531 |     533
   LOUISIANA ...................|     479 |     502 |     583 |     642 |     735 |     728 |     809 |     814
   OKLAHOMA ....................|   1,083 |   1,018 |   1,112 |   1,104 |   1,222 |   1,269 |   1,144 |   1,066
   TEXAS .......................|   4,377 |   4,977 |   5,497 |   6,118 |   6,381 |   7,022 |   7,083 |   6,137
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MOUNTAIN .......................|   4,139 |   4,177 |   4,455 |   5,041 |   5,416 |   5,954 |   5,963 |   5,917
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   ARIZONA .....................|   1,266 |   1,102 |   1,192 |   1,247 |   1,241 |   1,244 |   1,124 |   1,191
   COLORADO ....................|     964 |   1,074 |   1,203 |   1,662 |   2,109 |   2,352 |   2,325 |   2,230
   IDAHO .......................|     384 |     404 |     473 |     498 |     483 |     498 |     491 |     512
   MONTANA .....................|      85 |      88 |      92 |      78 |     105 |     147 |     190 |     165
   NEVADA ......................|      62 |     218 |     200 |     337 |     187 |     308 |     405 |     525
   NEW MEXICO ..................|     528 |     561 |     621 |     579 |     586 |     632 |     664 |     668
   UTAH ........................|     713 |     616 |     579 |     559 |     622 |     653 |     679 |     556
   WYOMING .....................|     137 |     114 |      95 |      81 |      83 |     120 |      85 |      70
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PACIFIC ........................|  12,907 |  12,877 |  12,352 |  12,021 |  12,188 |  11,835 |  11,138 |  10,300
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   ALASKA ......................|     107 |     163 |     110 |     190 |     181 |     181 |     236 |     232
   CALIFORNIA ..................|  11,647 |  11,361 |  10,973 |  10,434 |  10,569 |  10,177 |   9,411 |   8,532
   HAWAII ......................|     110 |     127 |     138 |     141 |     130 |     111 |     120 |     138
   OREGON ......................|     384 |     412 |     398 |     457 |     501 |     564 |     570 |     555
   WASHINGTON ..................|     659 |     814 |     733 |     799 |     807 |     802 |     801 |     843
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OUTLYING AREAS .................|     325 |     216 |     164 |     168 |     161 |     197 |     303 |     291
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STATE UNKNOWN 2/................|   6,483 |       0 |       0 |       0 |       0 |       0 |       0 |       0
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1/  THESE FIGURES INCLUDE ESTIMATED DATA FOR MASTER'S-GRANTING
    INSTITUTIONS, WHICH WERE SURVEYED ON A SAMPLE BASIS FROM 1984 THROUGH
    1987.  SEE "TECHNICAL NOTES" FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
2/  THESE NUMBERS REPRESENT THE TOTAL OF ALL NONSAMPLED MASTER'S-GRANTING
    INSTITUTIONS.
SOURCE:   NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION/SRS, SURVEY OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
    AND POSTDOCTORATES IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING