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Enrollment and Degrees Awarded Data: Doctoral Degrees: 2004-2005

 

DEGREES OFFERED

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2005 Enrollment and Academic Year 2004-2005 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2006. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. Of the 254 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2006, 138 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2006, giving the survey a response rate of 54%. Of the 138 respondents, members offered a total of 36 doctoral degrees.

Doctoral Programs: Degrees Offered: 2004-2005
(n=138) (Response rate=54%)

Type of Doctoral Degree No. of Respondents Offering Degree Percent of Respondents
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) 34 25%
Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) 2 1%


ENROLLMENT

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2005 Enrollment and Academic Year 2004-2005 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2006. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. Of the 254 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2006, 138 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2006, giving the survey a response rate of 54%. Of the 138 respondents, members offered a total of 36 doctoral degrees.

Full Time/Part Time Doctoral Degree Candidates Enrolled: Fall 2005
(n=138) (Response rate=54%)

Type of Doctoral Degree No. of Candidates Enrolled Percent of Total Candidates
Ph.D. 1,283 99%
DPA 16 1%
TOTAL 1,299 100%


DEGREES AWARDED

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2005 Enrollment and Academic Year 2004-2005 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2006. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. Of the 254 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2006, 138 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2006, giving the survey a response rate of 54%. Of the 138 respondents, members offered a total of 36 doctoral degrees.

Doctoral Programs: Degrees Awarded 2004-2005
(n=138) (Response rate=54%)

Type of Doctoral Degree No. of Degrees Awarded  Percent of Total Degrees
Ph.D. 124 98% 
DPA 3 2%
TOTAL 127 100%


DIVERSITY

The following data are from institutional responses to NASPAA’s Fall 2005 Enrollment and Academic Year 2004-2005 Degrees Awarded Survey, administered by NASPAA in spring 2006. The data reflect only participating NASPAA institutional members. Of the 254 NASPAA institutional members as of spring 2006, 138 responded to the survey as of July 1, 2006, giving the survey a response rate of 54%. However, some institutions did not provide the information on diversity of students awarded master’s degrees in the academic year 2004-2005. Of 138 total respondents, Of 138 total respondents, 129 responded to the gender question and 130 responded to the race/ethnicity question. Of the 36 respondents offering a doctoral degree, 30responded to the gender question and 30 responded to the race/ethnicity question.

Gender of Doctoral Degree Recipients: 2004-2005
(n=138) (Response rate=54%)

Gender

Percent of Total Students
Male 55%
Female 45%
TOTAL 100%

Race/Ethnicity of Doctoral Degree Recipients: 2004-2005
(n=138) (Response rate=54%)

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.

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