Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering: Fall 1998 Supplemental Tables
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Fall 1998 Supplemental Tables

To obtain accurate historical data, use only the latest tables for Fall 1998 and not data published earlier. Institutions revise prior-years' data when important changes occur in reporting practices and program classifications, and only the latest tables incorporate such changes.

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Table A-1Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields, by detailed field and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1998
Table A-2Graduate students in science and engineering fields, by geographic distribution and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1998
Table A-4Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-7Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-10Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-13Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-16Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-17Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field and source of support, and number of postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-18Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees and other nonfaculty doctoral research staff in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field and sex: 1998
Table A-21Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by sex, primary source of support, and field: 1998
Table A-23Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field and primary mechanism of support: 1998
Table A-26Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-32Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by sex, primary source of support, and field: 1998
Table A-33Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field and primary mechanism of support: 1998
Table A-67Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in public doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, primary source of support, and number of postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status: 1998
Table A-68Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in private doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, primary source of support, and number of postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status: 1998
Table A-71Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-72Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-73Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-74Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-75Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-76Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table A-91Graduate students in science and engineering fields in historically black colleges and universities, by geographic distribution, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table B Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by sex, field, and citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1994-1998
Table B-1Total enrollment in all institutions of higher education, by level of enrollment and broad field by selected years: 1975-1998
Table B-2Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-2AFull-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-2BPart-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-3AMale graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-3BFemale graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-4AMale full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-4BFemale full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-5AFull-time graduate students with U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-5BFull-time graduate students without U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-6AMale part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-6BFemale part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-7Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-7AFull-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-7BPart-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-8Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-8AFull-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-8BPart-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-9Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-10Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1991-1998
Table B-11Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-13Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-15Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in public institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-16Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-17Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1991-1998
Table B-18Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-20Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table B-25Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and primary mechanism of support: 1990-1998
Table B-26Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by primary mechanism and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table B-27Full-time students in graduate school for the first time in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-29Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1991-1998
Table B-30Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-32Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-33Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-34Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-38AMale graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-38BFemale graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-40AFull-time graduate students with U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-40BFull-time graduate students without U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-1998
Table B-51Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by enrollment status, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1991-1998
Table B-56Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-58Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-62Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table B-63Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table B-86Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF support in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-87Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF-funded research assistantships in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-88Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF-funded fellowships in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-90Female first-time full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-99Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-101Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-102Male part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1991-1998
Table B-103Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-104Female part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1991-1998
Table B-105Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in public institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-106Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-107Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1991-1998
Table B-112Part-time graduate science, engineering, and health students with U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-113Full-time graduate science and engineering students without U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1991-1998
Table B-114Part-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in all institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-116Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-117Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-118Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-119Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-120Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-121Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by mechanism and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table B-122Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-123Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-124Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-125Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-126Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-127Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-128Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by primary mechanism and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table B-129Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-130Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-131Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-132Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-133Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by primary mechanism and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table B-134Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-135Non-Hispanic Black U.S. citizen or permanent resident graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1991-1998
Table B-136Full-time non-Hispanic black U.S. citizen or permanent resident graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1991-1998
Table B-137Part-time non-Hispanic black U.S. citizen or permanent resident graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1991-1998
Table B-138Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by Carnegie classification: 1975-1998
Table B-139Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1991-1998
Table B-139AGraduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field, Carnegie classification, and sex: 1995-1998
Table B-140AFull-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1991-1998
Table B-140BPart-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1991-1998
Table B-141Graduate students in science and engineering fields in research I institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-142Graduate students in science and engineering fields in research II institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-143Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-144Graduate students in science and engineering fields in master's (comprehensive) institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-145Graduate students in science and engineering fields in engineering institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table B-146Graduate students in science and engineering fields in baccalaureate (liberal arts) institutions, by detailed field: 1990-1998
Table B-147Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by citizenship, racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens, and Carnegie classification: 1991-1998
Table B-148Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by source of support and Carnegie classification: 1991-1998
Table B-149Black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-1998
Table B-150Full-time non-Hispanic black U.S. citizens or permanent resident graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-1998
Table B-151Part-time non-Hispanic black U.S. citizens or permanent resident graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1996-1998
Table C-6Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-9Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate granting institutions, by field: 1990-1998
Table C-10Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in public doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-11Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-12Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by field and citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1991-1998
Table C-13Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-14Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by field and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table C-15Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by field and primary mechanism of support: 1991-1998
Table C-16Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by primary mechanism and primary source of support: 1991-1998
Table C-17Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students with U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-18Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-21Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-27Nonfaculty research scientists, engineers, and health professionals with doctorates in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1991-1998
Table C-31Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by enrollment status, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1991-1998
Table E-1Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by geographic division, State, institution, and area of study: 1998
Table E-4Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by geographic division, State, institution, and citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table E-5Graduate science students in all institutions, by geographic division, State, institution, and citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table E-6Graduate engineering students in all institutions, by geographic division, State, institution, and citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens or permanent residents: 1998
Table F-2Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by area, ranked by total graduate science, engineering, and health students: 1998
Table F-5Minority graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, and by racial/ethnic background, ranked by total minority graduate science and engineering students: 1998
Table F-7Graduate science and engineering students with temporary visas, by enrollment status and postdoctoral appointees with temporary visas, in doctorate-granting institutions, ranked by graduate science and engineering students with temporary visas: 1998
Table F-10Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by type of major support, ranked by full-time graduate science and engineering students: 1998
Table F-11Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, ranked by 1998 total graduate science and engineering students: 1991-1998
Table F-39Total postdoctoral appointees in doctorate-granting institutions, by area, ranked by total postdoctoral appointees: 1998

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