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    Graduate Enrollment and Degrees by Fine Field: 2008 to 2018
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    Hironao Okahana and Enyu Zhou
    Wednesday, November 13, 2019
    102 Pages

    This report, available only to CGS member institutions, includes data tables on Fall 2018 first-time and total graduate enrollment data by fine field of study (e.g., chemistry, history, philosophy, etc.), gender, citizenship, and race/ethnicity and graduate degrees awarded in Academic Year 2017-18 by fine field of study, degree level (master's vs. doctoral), and gender. The tables also include one-year percent changes, as well as five-year and ten-year average annual percent changes.

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