African-American Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics

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African-American Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics


Mathematics and Statistics

AFRICAN-AMERICAN BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     MOREHOUSE COLLEGE                     Ga.       22
 2     SPELMAN COLLEGE                       Ga.       25
 3     CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY             Ill.        3
 3     STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY               N.Y.       11
 5     ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY               Ala.       13
 5     NORTH CAROLINA STATE                 N.C.        6
         UNIV.-RALEIGH
 7     ALBANY STATE UNIVERSITY               Ga.       10
 8     GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY              Ga.        4
 8     NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE             N.C.        7
         UNIVERSITY
10     FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY          Fla.        6
10     TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY           Tenn.      12
10     UNIV. OF SOUTH CAROLINA              S.C.        2
13     ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE              N.C.        3
13     CUNY BROOKLYN COLLEGE                N.Y.        3
13     CUNY LEHMAN COLLEGE                  N.Y.        8
13     CUNY YORK COLLEGE                    N.Y.        8
13     SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY      S.C.        9
13     SOUTHERN UNIV. AND A&M COLLEGE        La.       10
19     JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY             Mich.       8
19     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH                  S.C.        6
         CAROLINA-AIKEN
19     HAMPTON UNIVERSITY                    Va.       13
19     TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY                  Ala.        0
19     WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY       N.C.        4
19     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-BALTIMORE      Md.        4
         CO.
19     ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY              Mich.       4
19     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN        Texas       6
27     PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY          Texas       3
27     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                Ohio        0
27     MORRIS COLLEGE                       S.C.        2
27     MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY           N.J.        0
27     MARYGROVE COLLEGE                    Mich.       1
27     OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY               Va.        2
27     HOWARD UNIVERSITY                    D.C.        7
27     ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY      N.C.        2
27     CUNY HUNTER COLLEGE                  N.Y.        5
27     CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY             Ohio        3
27     MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY         Mich.       4
27     TROY UNIVERSITY                      Ala.        0
27     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        Md.        0
         PARK
27     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS               Ill.        6
27     OAKWOOD COLLEGE                      Ala.        4
27     UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-UNIVERSITY     Texas       2
         PARK
27     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.       1
27     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.       4
27     UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA-CHAPEL       N.C.        2
         HILL
27     UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH              PA         3
27     UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA                Ala.        1
27     VIRGINIA POLY. INST. AND STATE        Va.        0
         UNIV.
27     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA          Fla.        3
50     FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY          Ga.        5
50     KENTUCKY STATE UNIVERSITY             KY         1
50     ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY             Ala,        5
50     KEAN UNIVERSITY                      N.J.        5
50     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-EAST BAY         Calif.       0
50     HARVARD UNIVERSITY                   Mass.       1
50     FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY               Fla.       13
50     VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY             Va.        2
50     UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO      Colo.       1
50     LANE COLLEGE                         Tenn.       4
50     CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY                   S.C.        0
50     CUNY MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE            N.Y.        3
50     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SAN BERNARDINO   Calif. … 

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