Hispanic Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History

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Hispanic Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History


Social Sciences & History

HISPANIC BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.      314
 2     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN        Texas      180
 3     FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY     Fla.       175
 4     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-NORTHRIDGE       Calif.      167
 5     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY       Calif.      152
 6     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE         Calif.      171
 7     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.      142
 8     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA          Calif.      151
         BARBARA
 9     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                Fla.       137
10     SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY          Calif.      152
11     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS          Calif.      117
12     FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY             Fla.        86
12     MERCY COLLEGE                        N.Y.       124
14     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-FULLERTON        Calif.      105
15     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA   Calif.       96
15     CUNY HUNTER COLLEGE                  N.Y.       103
17     CUNY LEHMAN COLLEGE                  N.Y.        89
18     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO      Calif.       74
19     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-LONG BEACH       Calif.       74
20     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA          Fla.        72
21     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-LOS ANGELES      Calif.      104
21     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-FRESNO           Calif.       83
23     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SAN BERNARDINO   Calif.       71
24     UNIN. OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO        Texas       71
25     UNIV. OF TEXAS AT PAN AMERICAN       Texas       77
25     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK     N.J.        83
27     TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY                 Texas       63
27     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        Md.        67
         PARK
29     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZ     Calif.       81
30     UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-UNIVERSITY     Texas       52
         PARK
31     UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA                Ariz.       61
31     CUNY QUEENS COLLEGE                  N.Y.        60
33     CUNY JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIM.       N.Y.        57
         JUSTICE
34     SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY      Calif.       43
34     ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE       Ariz.       53
36     ST. MARY'S UNIVERSITY                Texas       41
37     UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO             N.M.        58
37     CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY-UNIVERSITY       Calif.       56
         COLLEGE
37     UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI                  Fla.        46
40     HARVARD UNIVERSITY                   Mass.       38
41     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS               Ill.        48
41     TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-KINGSVIULE      Texas       32
43     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SACRAMENTO       Calif.       62
43     SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY           Calif.       49
45     UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN               Mich.       46
45     NEW YORK UNIVERSITY                  N.Y.        51
47     UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO               Colo.       30
48     SUNY AT BINGHAMTON                   N.Y.        37
49     STANFORD UNIVERSITY                 Calif.       45
50     TUFTS UNIVERSITY                     Mass.       43

                                              Preliminary 2004-2005
2005
Rank   Institution                           Men      Women     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES      143       215       358
 2     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN         112        96       208
 3     FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY       84        99       183
 4     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-NORTHRIDGE          56       124       180
 5     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY          70       100       170
 6     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE            63       103       166
 7     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE         44       115       159
 8     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA             47       107       154
         BARBARA
 9     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                  65        81       146
10     SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY             76        69       145
11     UNIV. 

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