Table 5-11
Carnegie classifications of academic institutions
 
Research Universities I (89)
Offer full range of baccalaureate programs, are committed to graduate education through the doctorate, award 50 or more doctoral degrees, and receive $40 million or more in federal research support annually
 
Research Universities II (38)
Like Research Universities I, but receive $15.5–$40 million in federal research support annually
 
Doctoral Universities I (50)
Offer a full range of baccalaureate programs, are committed to graduate education through the doctorate, and award 40 or more doctoral degrees annually in at least five academic disciplines
 
Doctoral Universities II (58)
Award 20 or more doctoral degrees annually in at least one discipline or 10 or more doctoral degrees in three disciplines
 
NOTE: Number of institutions is in parentheses.
 
SOURCE: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1994.
 
U.S. Doctorates in the 20th Century