Table II-12-c-2
Assistantships
Other Master's
FY 1998 Ė 99

[See General Notes for Table II-12 Data]

School Male Female Total
Number Amount Number Amount Number Amount
Alabama 3 $12,498 2 $8,332 5 $20,830
Albany 0 $0 1 $15,483 1 $15,483
Drexel 6 4142,605 5 $123,139 11 $265,744
Indiana 4 $35,031 6 $26,160 10 $61,191
NC Central 0 $0 3 $4,000 3 $4,000
NC Chapel Hill 8 $53,895 7 $47,335 15 $101,230
Pittsburgh 15 $63,090 16 $70,423 31 $133,513
Rutgers 0 $0 1 $9,456 1 49,456
Southern Connecticut 1 $1,800 0 $0 1 $1,800
Syracuse 3 455,050 3 $68,850 6 $123,900
Western Ontario 0 $0 2 $8,292 2 $8,292
Total (11 schools)1 40 $863,969 46 $381,470 86 $745,438
Mean
Canada (n = 1)2 0.0 $0 2.0 $8,292 2.0 $8,292
United States (n = 10)3 4.0 $36,397 4.4 $37,318 8.4 $73,715
Public (n = 8)3 3.9 $20,789 4.5 $22,649 8.4 $43,438
Private (n = 2) 4.5 $98,827 4.0 $95,994 8.5 $194,822
Total (n = 11)1 3.6 $33,088 4.2 $34,679 7.8 $67,767
  1. There are seven schools that offered "Other Masterís" degrees and did not report any assistantship information for that level. To save space in this report, these schools are not included in this table. Schools not reported in this table are: British Columbia, McGill, Missouri, North Carolina Ė Greensboro, North Texas, St. Johnís, and Wayne State. It is likely that the non-report reflects no aid awarded rather than a misrepresentation of data. Consequently, if that was the case, the mean figures for assistantships at the "Other Masterís" level would be very different.


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