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B-10

Mechanisms of Major Support for Full-Time Science and Engineering Graduate Students in Doctorate-Granting Institutions, 1991

110

B-11

Science and Engineering Graduate Students in Master's Degree Institutions and Doctorate Institutions, by Enrollment Status and Field, 1992

111

THE INSTITUTIONS

112

Tables:

B-12

Number of Academic Institutions with Science and Engineering Programs, by Highest Degree Level, 1991

112

B-13

Concentration of Science and Engineering Degree Awards by Type of Institution, 1991

113

B-14

Concentration of 80 Percent of Science and Engineering PhD Production in the 105 Research Universities, by Field, 1991

114

B-15

Number of Institutions by Highest Degree Level Since 1961, by Decade

114

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING MASTER'S DEGREES

115

Tables:

B-16

Science and Engineering Master's Degrees, Awarded by Field, 1966-1991

115

B-17

Women as Percentage of Science and Engineering Master's Degree Recipients, by Field, 1991

116

B-18

Members of Underrepresented Minorities as Percentage of Science and Engineering Master's Degree Recipients, by Field, 1977-1991

117

B-19

Science and Engineering Master's Degrees Earned by Students Who Were Not US Citizens, by Field, 1977, 1985, and 1991

118

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING DOCTORAL DEGREES

119

Tables:

B-20

Science and Engineering Doctorates Awarded, by Field, 1983-1993

119

B-21

Increases in Number of Science and Engineering Doctorates Awarded, by Field, 1988-1993

120

B-22

Women as a Percentage of Science and Engineering Doctorate Recipients, by Field, 1983-1993

121

B-23

Science and Engineering Doctorates Awarded to Women, by Field, 1983 and 1993

122

B-24

Members of Underrepresented Minorities as a Percentage of Science and Engineering Doctorate Recipients, by Field, 1983, 1988, and 1993

123



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