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Trends in degrees conferred by institutions of higher education

Frank Morgan

Trends in degrees conferred by institutions of higher education

1984-85 through 1990-91

by Frank Morgan

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Degrees, Academic -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • College graduates -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • Education, Higher -- Curricula -- United States -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFrank Morgan.
      SeriesE.D. TABS
      ContributionsUnited States. Office of Educational Research and Improvement., National Center for Education Statistics.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB2390 .M67 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 54 p. :
      Number of Pages54
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1038095M
      ISBN 100160418860
      LC Control Number93234085
      OCLC/WorldCa29000629

      Choose a topic below for interactive charts and tables of UW System and UW institution student data. Enrollments Trends in student headcount and full-time-equivalent (FTE) enrollments. Distance Education Student enrollments and credits in distance education courses. Degrees Trends in degrees conferred. Wisconsin High School Graduate Projections Projections of high school graduates within . Expand the topics below for in-depth reports (Informational Memoranda) and other resources on UW System students. Enrollments Trends in student headcount and full-time equivalent (FTE) s Conferred Important: See Degrees for the most current ical document:Distance Education Student enrollments and credits in distance education Education .

      all bathelor's degrees conferred by HBCUs dropped from percent to percent between and , as the number of bachelor's degrees. conferred by all institutions rose. The number of master's degrees conferred by HBCUs declined by 34 percent from to. The number of degrees fell more rapidly. Degree completions for majors like criminal justice, education administration and public administration all continued to climb until the past few school years. The latest federal statistics compiled by Governing suggest the upward trend in numbers of degrees awarded .

      in institutions of higher education. The steady growth in real tuition prices has shifted the financing of higher education from state support to students and their families. This trend would not have been possible without the substantial growth in student financial aid, especially federal student loans.   Within each of these charts, we display the institution name, state location, control (public, nonprofit or for-profit), whether the institution offers two-year degrees as the highest level or beyond (labeled four-year), the year trend data, and finally the total degrees conferred to that group over 10 years and the percent that represents.


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E.D. TAB: Trends in Degrees Conferred by Institutions of Higher Education: Through Description: This publication reports completions data for five years when racial/ethnic counts were collected.

Included are number of degrees at selected levels by race/ethnicity, field of study, and gender. Online Availability:Author: Morgan, Frank. Get this from a library. Trends in degrees conferred by institutions of higher education: through [Frank Morgan; United States.

Office of Educational Research and Improvement.; National Center for Education Statistics.]. Using two large national survey databases, a study was done of trends in degrees conferred by colleges and universities. The data were gathered from: (1) the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) through "Completions" surveys, and the and "Consolidated" surveys; and (2) the Higher Education General Information Survey (HEGIS) survey of "Degrees Cited by: 1.

Degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and sex: 50 states and District of Columbia, through --Table 2. Degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by level of degree and race/ethnicity: 50 states and District of Columbia, through --Table 3.

a bachelor’s degree and 52% of those with an advanced degree. (Figure A) Voting rates are higher among individuals with higher levels of education.

In the presidential election, 73% of to year-old U.S. citizens with at least a bachelor’s degree voted,File Size: KB. This report presents data, collected from 3, institutions of higher education within the 50 states and the District of Columbia, concerning the number of degrees conferred by these accredited institutions over the year period from to Primary data sources were the Higher Education General Information Survey (HEGIS) for through and the Integrated Author: Frank B.

Morgan. The Chronicle of Higher Education, Almanac IssueAugust The College Board, State Profile Report: Maryland, SeptemberTable 1 and Table 4.

The College Board, SAT Suite of Assessments Annual Report: Total Group, The College Board, SAT Suite of Assessments Annual Report: Maryland, File Size: 1MB. Digest of Education Statistics Degrees conferred, completion rates, degrees by field, and outcomes of education.

Beginning Postsecondary Students Demographic statistics of a cohort of students enrolled in higher education for the first time. Baccalaureate and Beyond Longitudinal Study Education and work experiences after completing bachelor's.

Demands are rising for a greater return on investment in higher education. By some measures, the return on investment is high: college graduates have much higher earnings and lower unemployment rates, on average, than people with a lower-level degree or diploma.

Maryland Higher Education Commission Achievementcreating a state of MHEC. i DEGREES DEGREES BY INSTITUTION, - 17 DEGREES BY MAJOR PROGRAM: CERTIFICATE AND ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS, - 19 Distribution of Degrees Conferred () Associate Degrees % %File Size: 1MB. Data Book on Illinois Higher Education.

Illinois State Board of Higher Education, Springfield. Apr enrollment trends, degrees conferred, staff, library resources, student costs, undergraduate transfers, student financial vate institutions offering at least the associate of arts or certificate programs.

The report summarizes data on higher education degrees conferred in the United States in the decade between and Information is given in textual and tabular form, and data are detailed by race/ethnicity; sex; and field of study for bachelor's, master's, doctor's, and first professional degrees.

Interdisciplinary trends in higher education. W James Jacob 1. ID activities between two or more institutions. Competitive degree. Book. The rule of law in the real world. Degrees and other awards conferred by institutions of higher education.

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Tabs. Maybe higher education has reached its peak. Not the Harvards and Yales of the world, but the institutions that make up the rest of the industry—the regional public schools who saw decades of. Enrollment in U.S. institutions of higher education at all levels rose from million students in fall to more than million in fallwith two main periods of high growth—between and and between andfollowing a pattern of.

In academic year –18, s degrees were conferred by HBCUs. Of the degrees conferred by HBCUs, associate’s degrees accounted for 11 percent, more than two-thirds were bachelor’s degrees (68 percent), master’s degrees accounted for 16 percent of degrees, and doctor’s degrees accounted for 5 percent.

patterns of funding higher education, increasingly diversified higher education systems in most countries, generally an overall lowering of academic standards, and other tendencies.

Distribution of Degrees Conferred () Associate Degrees % % Bachelor’s Degrees % % Master’s Degrees % % Doctoral/First Professional Degrees % % Average Tuition and Fees for Resident Undergraduates () Community Colleges $4, $3, Four-Year Public Institutions $10, $10, State Funding.

Meanwhile, data from states that track graduates’ income show that, even after all that debt, people with master’s degrees in some fields, including early childhood education, philosophy and art, make less than others with only bachelor’s or even associate graduate students are as much as six times more likely to suffer mental health problems than the general population.

Virginia's institutions of higher education confer degrees inan increase of 12 percent over conferred during the previous year. The document examines the enrollment trends for state supported institutions and privately controlled colleges and universities in the state.The remaining 6 percent of degrees were conferred by public, nonprofit two-year institutions (4 percent) and for-profit four-year institutions (2 percent).

There were only modest changes in the distribution of degrees bywith the notable introduction of the public, four-year associate college.In general, the trends in percent of graduate degrees conferred to total minority, African-Americans/Blacks and Hispanics (Figures 2 through 4) follow the patterns we described among bachelor's degrees.

The elite institutions, and especially the private research universities, have experienced notable increases in the proportion of total minorities receiving graduate degrees, but .