TABLE C-11. Bachelor's degrees awarded to U.S.

-citizen and permanent-resident Hispanics, by institution type and field: 1994–2001
Institution type and field

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

2000

2001

Number of recipients
All institutions
All fields
S&E
Sciences
Agricultural sciences
Biological sciences
Computer sciences
Mathematical sciences
Physical sciences
Psychology
Social sciences
Engineering
Non-S&E
Hispanic-serving institutions
All fields
S&E
Sciences
Agricultural sciences
Biological sciences
Computer sciences
Mathematical sciences
Physical sciences
Psychology
Social sciences
Engineering
Non-S&E
Hispanic-serving institutions
All fields
S&E
Sciences
Agricultural sciences
Biological sciences
Computer sciences
Mathematical sciences
Physical sciences
Psychology
Social sciences
Engineering
Non-S&E

62,683
20,529
17,386
336
2,901
1,135
543
733
3,990
7,748
3,143
42,154

66,691
21,359
17,708
383
3,101
1,314
522
800
4,543
7,045
3,651
45,332

71,015
22,886
19,155
504
3,531
1,284
556
872
5,036
7,372
3,731
48,129

74,938
24,445
20,320
559
3,795
1,327
560
853
5,282
7,944
4,125
50,493

78,125
25,712
21,587
631
4,283
1,473
604
914
5,509
8,173
4,125
52,413

88,324
27,984
23,909
634
4,446
2,155
599
1,010
6,127
8,938
4,075
60,340

89,972
28,321
24,305
607
4,547
2,354
625
1,027
6,178
8,967
4,016
61,651

25,568
6,758
5,585
97
1,296
473
168
324
1,363
1,864
1,173
18,810

26,924
7,309
5,744
119
1,298
512
182
398
1,485
1,750
1,565
19,615

28,439
7,793
6,291
155
1,512
518
199
423
1,633
1,851
1,502
20,646

29,407
8,399
6,695
188
1,607
485
216
401
1,707
2,091
1,704
21,008
Percent

29,555
8,624
7,035
190
1,826
544
202
428
1,774
2,071
1,589
20,931

33,847
9,383
7,822
202
1,986
696
218
518
2,006
2,196
1,561
24,464

34,062
9,494
7,897
214
2,027
726
202
472
2,047
2,209
1,597
24,568

40.8
32.9
32.1
28.9
44.7
41.7
30.9
44.2
34.2
24.1
37.3
44.6

40.4
34.2
32.4
31.1
41.9
39.0
34.9
49.8
32.7
24.8
42.9
43.3

40.0
34.1
32.8
30.8
42.8
40.3
35.8
48.5
32.4
25.1
40.3
42.9

39.2
34.4
32.9
33.6
42.3
36.5
38.6
47.0
32.3
26.3
41.3
41.6

37.8
33.5
32.6
30.1
42.6
36.9
33.4
46.8
32.2
25.3
38.5
39.9

38.3
33.5
32.7
31.9
44.7
32.3
36.4
51.3
32.7
24.6
38.3
40.5

37.9
33.5
32.5
35.3
44.6
30.8
32.3
46.0
33.1
24.6
39.8
39.9

NOTES: Physical sciences include earth, atmospheric, and ocean sciences; physics; astronomy; and chemistry. Data
on race/ethnicity were collected on broad fields of study only until 1994; therefore, 1994 data could not be adjusted to
the exact field taxonomies used by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The primary difference between 1994 and
later years is that history was included in social sciences in 1994 but is included in non-S&E from 1995 on. Data are
not available for 1999.
SOURCE: NSF, Division of Science Resources Statistics, special tabulations of U.S. Department of Education, National
Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, Completions Survey, 1994–2001.

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