General Notes for Table II-3 data

 

When interpreting the numbers in the tables that follow, it should be noted that Canadian schools were not required to supply information on the ethnic origin of their students.Only Montrťal and Dalhousie of the seven Canadian schools elected the option to supply these data.As a result, the means calculated reflect only the schools in the United States and these two Canadian schools. For a few tables it was clear that some US schools also were unable to provide data, and they were not included in the calculation of means.

 

 

Table II-3-a

Degrees and Certificates Awarded by Gender and Ethnic Origin*

2002 – 2003

 

Degree

Gender

AI

AP

B

H

W

I

NA

Total

Bachelor's

Male

0

88

61

28

418

38

27

660

Female

0

49

54

32

188

26

28

377

Subtotal

0

137

115

60

606

64

55

1,037

Master's – LS (ALA-Accredited)

Male

4

21

44

35

680

50

161

995

Female

15

104

191

105

3,191

97

477

4,180

Subtotal

19

125

235

140

3,871

147

638

5,175

Master’s – IS

Male

3

12

6

2

176

67

5

270

Female

0

13

7

4

184

97

5

317

Subtotal

3

25

13

6

360

164

10

587

Master's – Other

Male

0

5

19

0

68

32

35

159

Female

4

15

18

5

56

22

60

180

Subtotal

4

20

37

5

124

54

95

339

Post-Master's

Male

0

0

1

2

7

1

0

11

Female

0

1

2

4

35

3

8

53

Subtotal

0

1

3

6

42

4

8

64

Doctoral

Male

0

2

0

1

17

14

2

36

Female

0

2

2

0

25

15

2

46

Subtotal

0

4

2

1

42

29

4

82

Total

Male

7

128

131

68

1,366

202

230

2,131

Female

19

184

274

150

3,679

260

580

5,153

Total

26

312

405

218

5,045

462

810

7,284

 

*††††† When interpreting the data from this table, please note that not all schools that offered degrees and certificates reported ethnic origin data.Refer to the tables that follow for each program level for specific information on which schools were not included.

 


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