Chapter 3: Text Tables and Figures



Text Tables

3-1 The top 10 reasons why women switched out of their science and engineering majors and the comparative rankings of men who switched: 1994
3-2 The top 10 reasons why minority undergraduates switched out of their science and engineering majors and the comparative rankings of whites who switched: 1994
3-3 Percentage of science and engineering bachelor's degrees earned by women, by race/ethnicity--U.S. citizens and foreign students on permanent visas only, 1993

Figures

3-1 Degree aspirations of undergraduate students by disability status
3-2 Full-time, first-time, first-year enrollment of minority students at 4-year institutions, by sex and race/ethnicity: 1980-1993 (selected years)
3-3 Percentage of freshmen who chose science and engineering majors, by race/ethnicity: 1984 and 1994
3-4 Full-time college freshmen with disabilities, by type of disability: 1988, 1991, and 1994
3-5 Full-time college freshmen who felt they were above average in ability ratings: 1994
3-6 Full-time enrollment at 2-year institutions, by sex: Fall 1980-1993
3-7 Full-time enrollment at 2-year institutions, by race/ethnicity: Fall 1980-1993
3-8 Associate degrees to minorities in science and engineering, by race/ethnicity: 1985 and 1993
3-9 Bachelor's degrees in science and engineering (S&E) fields and in non-S&E fields, by sex: 1966-1993
3-10 Bachelor's degrees to minorities in science and engineering fields, by race/ethnicity: 1985-1993


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