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Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering: Fall 2009

 


Data Tables

 

All tables  Excel & PDF .zip zip file. (2.63 MB)

TableGraduate enrollment in all institutionsExcelPDF
 Graduate students
  by field: 1975–2009
1 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
2 science view Excel. view PDF.
3 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  male students, by field: 1977–2009
4 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
5 science view Excel. view PDF.
6 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  female students, by field: 1977–2009
7 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
8 science view Excel. view PDF.
9 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
 Full-time graduate students
  by field 1975–2009
10 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
11 science view Excel. view PDF.
12 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  male students, by field: 1977–2009
13 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
14 science view Excel. view PDF.
15 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  female students, by field: 1977–2009
16 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
17 science view Excel. view PDF.
18 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  U.S. citizens and permanent residents, by field: 1980–2009
19 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
20 science view Excel. view PDF.
21 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  temporary visa holders, by field: 1980–2009
22 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
23 science view Excel. view PDF.
24 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
 Graduate students: 2003–09
25 by detailed field view Excel. view PDF.
26 male view Excel. view PDF.
27 female view Excel. view PDF.
28 public institutions view Excel. view PDF.
29 private institutions view Excel. view PDF.
30 by field, citizenship, and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents view Excel. view PDF.
31 male view Excel. view PDF.
32 female view Excel. view PDF.
  full-time enrollment
33 by detailed field view Excel. view PDF.
34 male view Excel. view PDF.
35 female view Excel. view PDF.
36 temporary visa holders view Excel. view PDF.
37 by field, citizenship, and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents view Excel. view PDF.
38 by field and primary source of support view Excel. view PDF.
39 by field and primary mechanism of support view Excel. view PDF.
40 by primary mechanism and primary source of support, science and engineering fields view Excel. view PDF.
41 by primary mechanism and primary source of support, health fields view Excel. view PDF.
  first-time, full-time enrollment
42 by detailed field view Excel. view PDF.
43 U.S. citizens and permanent residents view Excel. view PDF.
44 temporary visa holders view Excel. view PDF.
45 by field, citizenship, and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents view Excel. view PDF.
 Graduate students: 2009
  citizenship and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents
46 by detailed field view Excel. view PDF.
47 male view Excel. view PDF.
48 female view Excel. view PDF.
  by institution and geographic area
49 science view Excel. view PDF.
50 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  Graduate students in doctorate-granting institutions
51 by detailed field: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
52 public institutions view Excel. view PDF.
53 private institutions view Excel. view PDF.
  by citizenship and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents
  by enrollment status: 2003–09
54 science and engineering view Excel. view PDF.
55 health view Excel. view PDF.
56 by detailed fields: 2009 view Excel. view PDF.
  Full-time graduate students in doctorate-granting institutions
57 by detailed field: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
58 U.S. citizens and permanent residents view Excel. view PDF.
59 temporary visa holders view Excel. view PDF.
60 by field and primary source of support: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
  by sex, primary source of support, and field: 2009
61 science, engineering, and health view Excel. view PDF.
62 science view Excel. view PDF.
63 engineering view Excel. view PDF.
  by primary mechanism of support
64 by field: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
65 by detailed field: 2009 view Excel. view PDF.
  by primary mechanism and primary source of support: 2003–09
66 science and engineering view Excel. view PDF.
67 health view Excel. view PDF.
  Institutional rankings
68 by graduate enrollment in 2009 view Excel. view PDF.
  Postdoctoral appointees
69 by detailed field: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
70 by detailed field, primary source of support, and citizenship: 2009 view Excel. view PDF.
71 institution rankings by number of appointees, by field: 2009 view Excel. view PDF.
  Nonfaculty research staff with doctorates
72 by detailed field: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
  Graduate students in historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs)
73 by detailed field, citizenship, and race/ethnicity of U.S. citizens and permanent residents: 2009 view Excel. view PDF.
  black, non-hispanic U.S. citizens and permanent residents in all institutions and in HBCU
74 by field: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
75 by field and sex: 2005–09 view Excel. view PDF.
76 full-time enrollment by field: 2003–09 view Excel. view PDF.
77 full-time enrollment by field and sex: 2005–09 view Excel. view PDF.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering: Fall 2009
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