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    Graduate Enrollment and Degrees, Fine Field Report: 2002-2012
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    Council of Graduate Schools
    Monday, September 30, 2013
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    102 Pages

    This report includes data tables on first-time and total graduate enrollment data by field of study (chemistry, history, philosophy, etc.), gender, citizenship, and race/ethnicity, and also includes, for the first time, data on graduate degrees awarded by field of study, degree level (master's vs. doctoral), and gender.

     

    Data for 2012 are presented, along with one-, five-, and ten-year trends.

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