American Indian Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History

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American Indian Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History


Social Sciences & History

AMERICAN INDIAN BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA               Okla.      28
 2     UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO             N.M.        8
 3     OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY            Okla.      18
 4     UNIV. OF NORTH CAROUNA-PEMBROKE      N.C.       17
 4     FORT LEWIS COLLEGE                   Colo.       6
 4     UNIVERSITY OF OREGON                 Ore.        6
 7     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY       Calif.       3
 8     ROGERS STATE UNIVERSITY              Okla.       9
 9     ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSRY-TEMPE        Ariz.      11
 9     WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY        Wash.       4
11     BELLEVUE UNIVERSITY                  Neb.        1
11     PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY            Ore.        6
13     NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY          Ariz.       8
13     STANFORD UNIVERSITY                 Calif.       3
13     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.       5
13     UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA                Ariz.       6
17     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.       1
17     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS          Calif.       5
17     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO      Calif.       2
17     UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN               Mich.       8
17     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA          Fla.        1
17     UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON             Wash.      13
23     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN        Texas       6
23     KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY              Kan.        1
23     SOUTHERN OREGON UNIVERSITY           Ore.        0
23     WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY          Wash.       3
27     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA   Calif.       1
27     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SAN BERNARDINO   Calif.       2
27     CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY-UNIVERSITY       Calif.       5
         COLLEGE
27     DARTMOUTH COLLEGE                    N.H.        6
27     SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY      Calif.       1
27     OGLALA LAKOTA COLLEGE                S.D.       12
27     THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA            Mont.       2
34     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK     N.J.        2
34     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                Ohio        0
34     UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON      Wis.        5
34     UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE    Wis.        0
34     EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY        Wash.       0
34     EAST CENTRAL UNIVERSITY              Okla.       2
34     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-FULLERTON        Calif.       2
34     MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY            Mich.       5
34     UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA       Okla.       1
34     THOMAS EDISON STATE COLLEGE          N.J.        2
34     NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY        Okla.       1
34     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA          Calif.       4
         BARBARA
34     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZ     Calif.       4
47     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE         Calif.       0
47     NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY          N.M.        1
47     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-MORRIS       Minn.       2
47     GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY        Mich.       0
47     UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS-AMHERST       Mass.       1
47     UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS                 Kan.        0
47     INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF                 Pa.        0
         PENNSYLVANIA
47     CAMERON UNIVERSITY                   Okla.       3
47     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SACRAMENTO       Calif.       3
47     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-NORTHRIDGE       Calif.       2
47     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-FRESNO           Calif.       0
47     CALIF. POLY. STATE UNIV.-SAN LUIS   Calif.       0
         OBISPO
47     BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY             Utah        3
47     COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY-PUEBLO     Colo.       1
47     SUNY AT BUFFALO                      N.Y.        0
47     SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV.    Okla.       4
47     UNIVERSITY OF UTAH                   Utah        2
47     SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY           Calif. … 

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