Total Minority Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics

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Total Minority Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics


Mathematics and Statistics

TOTAL MINORITY BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.      134
 2     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY       Calif.      126
 3     STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY               N.Y.        67
 4     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN        Texas       69
 5     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE         Calif.       34
 6     UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON             Wash.       49
 7     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO      Calif.       22
 7     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA          Calif.       23
         BARBARA
 9     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-LONG BEACH       Calif.       16
10     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.       35
10     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK     N.J.        19
10     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT               Texas       21
         BROWNSVILLE
13     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS          Calif.       27
13     MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECHNOLOGY    Mass.       30
15     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS               Ill.        19
16     MOREHOUSE COLLEGE                     Ga.        22
17     STANFORD UNIVERSITY                 Calif.        9
18     HARVARD UNIVERSITY                   Mass.       14
19     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SAN BERNARDINO   Calif.       13
20     SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY      Calif.       10
20     SPELMAN COLLEGE                       Ga.        25
20     CUNY QUEENS COLLEGE                  N.Y.        12
20     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                Fla.        12
24     UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-UNIVERSITY     Texas       16
         PARK
24     UNIV. OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO        Texas       14
26     CALIF. STATE POLY. UNIV.-POMONA     Calif.        5
26     SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY          Calif.       21
26     SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY           Calif.        7
26     NORTH CAROLINA STATE                 N.C.         7
         UNIV.-RALEIGH
26     COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES             Colo.       11
26     TEXAS A&M INTERNATIONAL              Texas       15
         UNIVERSITY
32     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-FULLERTON        Calif.       20
32     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-NORTHRIDGE       Calif.        7
34     FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY     Fla.         5
34     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        Md.        10
         PARK
36     UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN               Mich.       21
36     KEAN UNIVERSITY                      N.J.         9
36     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO    Ill.        14
39     NEW YORK UNIVERSITY                  N.Y.        16
39     UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO             N.M.        10
39     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-EAST BAY         Calif.        7
42     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                Ohio         8
42     BROWN UNIVERSITY                     R.I.         4
42     VIRGINIA POLY. INST. AND STATE        Va.         6
         UNIV.
42     CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY             Ill.         3
42     NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF              N.J.         5
         TECHNOLOGY
42     CUNY YORK COLLEGE                    N.Y.        10
48     GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY              Ga.         5
48     UNIV. OF TEXAS AT PAN AMERICAN       Texas       18
48     MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY           N.J.         8
48     UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO      Colo.        7
48     CUNY HUNTER COLLEGE                  N.Y.        15
48     SUNY AT ALBANY                       N.Y.        11
48     SUNY AT BINGHAMTON                   N.Y.        11

                                              Preliminary 2004-2005
2005
Rank   Institution                           Men      Women     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES      88        78        166
 2     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY         93        36        129
 3     STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY                44        38         82
 4     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN         40        27         67
 5     UNIV. … 

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