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Fall 1996 Supplemental Tables

 

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Table Trends in Graduate Enrollment  Top
B-1 Total enrollment in all institutions of higher education, by level of enrollment and broad field: 1975-96
B-2 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-2a Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-2b Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-3a Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-3b Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-4a Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-4b Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-5a Full-time graduate students with U.S. citizenship in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-5b Full-time graduate students without U.S. citizenship in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-6a Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-6b Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-9 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health field in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-138 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by Carnegie classification: 1975-96.
Table Enrollment (Full-Time/Part-Time)  Top
A-1 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields, by detailed field and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1996
A-2 Graduate students in science and engineering fields, by geographic distribution and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1996
A-7 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: 1996
A-10 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: 1996
A-73 Male 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: 1996
A-74 Female 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: 1996
A-75 Male 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: 1996
A-76 Female 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: 1996
B-2a Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-2b Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-18 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-29 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
B-30 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-56 Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-58 Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-88 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF-funded fellowships in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-99 Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-101 Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-103 Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-104 Female part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96
B-105 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in public institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-106 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-107 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
B-112 Part-time graduate science, engineering, and health students with U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-114 Part-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-136 Full-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1982-96, selected years..
B-140a Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
B-140b Part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1989-96
B-148 Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by source of support and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
B-150 Full-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-96.
B-151 Part-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-96.
C-13 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-17 Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students with U.S. citizenship in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-18 Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
Table Source of Support  Top
A-21 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by sex, source of support, and field: 1996
A-32 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by sex, source of support, and field: 1996
B-20 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and source of support: 1989-96
B-62 Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and source of support: 1989-96
B-63 Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and source of support: 1989-96
B-86 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF support in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-87 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF-funded research assistantships in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-88 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF-funded fellowships in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-148 Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by source of support and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
C-14 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by field and source of support: 1989-96
Table Mechanism of Support  Top
A-23 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field and mechanism of support: 1996
A-33 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field and mechanism of support: 1996
B-25 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and mechanism of support: 1989-96
B-26 Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by mechanism and source of support: 1989-96
B-87 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF-funded research assistantships in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-88 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields with NSF-funded fellowships in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
C-15 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by field and mechanism of support: 1989-96
C16 Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by mechanism and source of support: 1989-96
F-10 Full-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: 1996
Table Sex  Top
A-18 Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees and other nonfaculty doctoral research staff in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field and sex: 1996
A-21 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by sex, source of support, and field: 1996
A-32 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by sex, source of support, and field: 1996
A-71 Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996.
A-72 Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996.
A-73 Male 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: 1996.
A-74 Female 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: 1996.
A-75 Male 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: 1996.
A-76 Female 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: 1996.
B Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996.
B-3a Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-3b Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-4a Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-4b Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-6a Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-6b Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-11 Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-13 Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-56 Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-58 Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-62 Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and source of support: 1989-96
B-63 Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field and source of support: 1989-96
B-90 Female first-time full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-101 Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-103 Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-104 Female part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96
B-102 Male part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96.
B-139a Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field, Carnegie classification, and sex: 1989-96.
B-149 Black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-96.
B-150 Full-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-96.
B-151 Part-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-96.
Table Level of Enrollment Top
B-27 Full-time students in graduate school for the first time in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-90 Female first-time full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
Table Citizenship  Top
A-4 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996
A-17 Science, 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: 1996
B-5a Full-time graduate students with U.S. citizenship in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-5b Full-time graduate students without U.S. citizenship in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-17 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96.
B-51 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by enrollment status, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
B-99 Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-104 Female part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96
B-112 Part-time graduate science, engineering, and health students with U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-113 Full-time graduate science and engineering students without U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96
B-114 Part-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-147 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
C-17 Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students with U.S. citizenship in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-18 Full-time graduate science, engineering, and health students without U.S. citizenship in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-31 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by enrollment status, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
F-7 Graduate science and engineering students without U.S. citizenship, by enrollment status and postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship, in doctorate-granting institutions, ranked by non-U.S. citizen graduate science and engineering students: 1996
Table Racial/Ethnic Background  Top
A-4 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996
A-7 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: 1996
A-10 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: 1996
A-13 Graduate 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: 1996.
A-26 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996
A-71 Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996.
A-72 Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996.
B Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by sex, field, and citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1994-96.
B-16 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-17 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96.
B-29 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
B-51 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by enrollment status, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
B-107 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
B-147 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens, and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
B-149 Black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1994-96.
C-31 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by enrollment status, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
E-5 Graduate science students in all institutions, by geographic division, State, institution, and citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996
E-6 Graduate engineering students in all institutions, by geographic division, State, institution, and citizenship, and by racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996
F-5 Minority 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: 1996
IV-C-1 Summary of responses from all departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
Table Institutional Highest Degree Granted  Top
A-1 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields, by detailed field and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1996
A-2 Graduate students in science and engineering fields, by geographic distribution and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1996
A-26 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996
C-6 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-13 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-31 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by enrollment status, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1989-96
F-2 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by area, ranked by total graduate science, engineering, and health students: 1996
IV-B-1 Summary of responses from all departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-1 Summary of responses from all departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-D-2 Summary of responses from all departments at all private institutions: Fall 1996
Table Type of Institutional Control  Top
A-67 Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in public doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, source of support, and number of postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship: 1996
A-68 Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in private doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, source of support, and number of postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship: 1996
B-15 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in public institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-16 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-105 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in public institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-106 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-10 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in public doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-11 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in private doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1988-96
Table Geographic Distribution  Top
A-2 Graduate students in science and engineering fields, by geographic distribution and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1996
A-91 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in historically black colleges and universities, by geographic distribution, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996.
B-10 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96
B-102 Male part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96.
B-104 Female part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96
B-113 Full-time graduate science and engineering students without U.S. citizenship in all institutions, by geographic distribution: 1989-96
Table Individual Institutional Listings  Top
E-1 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by geographic division, State, institution, and area of study: 1996
F-2 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in doctorate-granting institutions, by area, ranked by total graduate science, engineering, and health students: 1996
F-5 Minority 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: 1996
F-10 Full-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: 1996
F-11 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate-granting institutions, ranked by 1996 total graduate science and engineering students: 1989-96
Table Postdoctoral Appointees and Other Nonfaculty Research Staff  Top
A-17 Science, 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: 1996
A-18 Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees and other nonfaculty doctoral research staff in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field and sex: 1996
A-67 Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in public doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, source of support, and number of postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship: 1996
A-68 Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in private doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field, source of support, and number of postdoctoral appointees without U.S. citizenship: 1996
C-21 Science, engineering, and health postdoctoral appointees in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
C-27 Nonfaculty research scientists, engineers, and health professionals with doctorates in doctorate-granting institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
Table Carnegie Classification Top
B-138 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by Carnegie classification: 1975-96.
B-139 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
B-139a Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification, and sex: 1989-96.
B-140a Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
B-140b Part-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by field and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
B-141 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in research I institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-142 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in research II institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-143 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in doctorate institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-144 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in master's (comprehensive) institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-145 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in engineering institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96.
B-146 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in baccalaureate (liberal arts) institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96/
B-147 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by citizenship, racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens, and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
B-148 Full-time graduate students in science and engineering fields in all institutions, by source of support and Carnegie classification: 1989-96.
Table Historically Black Colleges and Universities  Top
A-13 Graduate 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: 1996.
A-91 Graduate students in science and engineering fields in historically black colleges and universities, by geographic distribution, citizenship and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996.
B-7 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-96
B-7a Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-96
B-7b Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-96
B-32 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-38a Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-96
B-38b Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-96
B-40A Full-time graduate students with U.S. citizenship in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-96
B-40b Full-time graduate students without U.S. citizenship in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1975-96
B-116 Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-117 Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-118 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-119 Male full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-120 Female full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-121 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by mechanism and source of support: 1989-96
B-122 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-123 Male part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-124 Female part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in historically black colleges and universities, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-135 Black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1982-96, selected years.
B-136 Full-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field: 1982-96, selected years.
B-149 Black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1984-96.
B-150 Full-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1984-96.
B-151 Part-time black graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions and historically black colleges and universities, by field and sex: 1984-96.
IV-D-3 Summary of responses from all departments at all historically black institutions: Fall 1996
Table Land-grant Institutions  Top
B-8 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-33 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-125 Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-126 Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-127 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-128 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by mechanism and source of support: 1989-96
B-129 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in land-grant institutions, by detailed field: 1989-96
IV-D-4 Summary of responses from all departments at all land grant institutions: Fall 1996
Table Medical Schools  Top
A-16 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field, citizenship, and racial/ethnic background of U.S. citizens: 1996
B-34 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-130 Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-131 Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-132 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1989-96
B-133 Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by mechanism and source of support: 1989-96
B-134 Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in medical schools, by detailed field: 1989-96
IV-D-5 Summary of responses from all departments at all all medical schools: Fall 1996
IV-D-6 Summary of responses from all departments at all public medical schools: Fall 1996
IV-D-7 Summary of responses from all departments at all private medical schools: Fall 1996
Table Students in the Sciences  Top
A-1 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields, by detailed field and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1996
B-2 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-2a Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-2b Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-3a Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-3b Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
IV-A-2 Summary of responses from all science departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-3 Summary of responses from all physical science departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-4 Summary of responses from all earth, atmospheric, and ocean sciences departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-5 Summary of responses from all mathematical science departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-6 Summary of responses from all computer science departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-7 Summary of responses from all agricultural science departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-8 Summary of responses from all biological science departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-9 Summary of responses from all psychology departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-10 Summary of responses from all social science departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-2 Summary of responses from all science departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-3 Summary of responses from all physical science departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-4 Summary of responses from all earth, atmospheric, and ocean sciences departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-5 Summary of responses from all mathematical science departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-6 Summary of responses from all computer science departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-7 Summary of responses from all agricultural science departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-8 Summary of responses from all biological science departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-9 Summary of responses from all psychology departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-10 Summary of responses from all social science departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-2 Summary of responses from all science departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-3 Summary of responses from all physical science departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-4 Summary of responses from all earth, atmospheric, and ocean sciences departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-5 Summary of responses from all mathematical science departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-6 Summary of responses from all computer science departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-7 Summary of responses from all agricultural science departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-8 Summary of responses from all biological science departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-9 Summary of responses from all psychology departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-10 Summary of responses from all social science departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
Table Students in Engineering  Top
A-1 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields, by detailed field and enrollment status, in all institutions according to highest degree granted: 1996
B-2 Graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-2a Full-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-2b Part-time graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-3a Male graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
B-3b Female graduate students in science, engineering, and health fields in all institutions, by field: 1975-96
IV-A-11 Summary of responses from all engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-12 Summary of responses from all aerospace engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-13 Summary of responses from all chemical engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-14 Summary of responses from all civil engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-15 Summary of responses from all electrical engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-16 Summary of responses from all industrial/manufacturing engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-17 Summary of responses from all mechanical engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-18 Summary of responses from all metallurgical & materials engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-A-19 Summary of responses from all all other engineering departments at all graduate institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-11 Summary of responses from all engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-12 Summary of responses from all aerospace engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-13 Summary of responses from all chemical engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-14 Summary of responses from all civil engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-15 Summary of responses from all electrical engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-16 Summary of responses from all industrial/manufacturing engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-17 Summary of responses from all mechanical engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-18 Summary of responses from all metallurgical & materials engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-B-19 Summary of responses from all all other engineering departments at all doctorate-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-11 Summary of responses from all engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-12 Summary of responses from all aerospace engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-13 Summary of responses from all chemical engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-14 Summary of responses from all civil engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-15 Summary of responses from all electrical engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-16 Summary of responses from all industrial/manufacturing engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-17 Summary of responses from all mechanical engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-18 Summary of responses from all metallurgical & materials engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996
IV-C-19 Summary of responses from all all other engineering departments at all master's-granting institutions: Fall 1996

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