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Enrollment and Degrees Awarded Data: Doctoral Degrees: 2002-2003

 

DEGREES OFFERED

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2003 Enrollment and Academic Year 2002-2003 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2004. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. [See also the non-participating NASPAA institutional members]. Of the 250 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2004, 199 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2004, giving the survey a response rate of 80%. Of the 199 respondents, members offered a total of 57 doctoral degrees.

Doctoral Programs: Degrees Offered: 2002-2003
(n=199) (Response rate=80%)

Type of Doctoral Degree No. of Respondents Offering Degree Percent of Respondents
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) 48 24%
Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) 9 5%


ENROLLMENT

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2003 Enrollment and Academic Year 2002-2003 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2004. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. [See also the non-participating NASPAA institutional members]. Of the 250 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2004, 199 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2004, giving the survey a response rate of 80%. Of the 199 respondents, members offered a total of 57 doctoral degrees.

Full Time/Part Time Doctoral Degree Candidates Enrolled: Fall 2003
(n=199) (Response rate=80%)

Type of Doctoral Degree No. of Candidates Enrolled Percent of Total Candidates
Ph.D. 1,992 88%
DPA 265 12%
TOTAL 2,257 100%


DEGREES AWARDED

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2003 Enrollment and Academic Year 2002-2003 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2004. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. [See also the non-participating NASPAA institutional members]. Of the 250 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2004, 199 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2004, giving the survey a response rate of 80%. Of the 199 respondents,
members offered a total of 57 doctoral degrees.

Doctoral Programs: Degrees Awarded 2002-2003
(n=199) (Response rate=80%)

Type of Doctoral Degree No. of Degrees Awarded  Percent of Total Degrees
Ph.D. 173 75% 
DPA 58 25%
TOTAL 231 100%


DIVERSITY

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2003 Enrollment and Academic Year 2002-2003 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2004. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. [See also the non-participating NASPAA institutional members]. Of the 250 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2004, 199 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2004, giving the survey a response rate of 80%. However, some institutions did not provide the information on diversity of students awarded master’s degrees in the academic year 2002-2003. Of 199 total respondents, 192 responded to the gender question and 189 responded to the race/ethnicity question. Of the 54 respondents offering a doctoral degree, 49 responded to the gender question and 49 responded to the race/ethnicity question.

Gender of Doctoral Degree Recipients: 2002-2003
(n=199) (Response rate=80%)

Gender

Percent of Total Students
Male 49%
Female 51%
TOTAL 100%

Race/Ethnicity of Doctoral Degree Recipients: 2002-2003
(n=199) (Response rate=80%)

Race/Ethnicity

Percent of Total Students
White/Non-Hispanic 59%
Black/Non-Hispanic 20%
Hispanic 5%
Asian/Pacific Islander 3%
American Indian/Alaskan Native 1%
International 10%
Other 0%
Unknown/Unreported 3%
TOTAL 100%*

*Percentages do not sum to 100% due to rounding.