Asian American Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics

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Asian American Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics


Mathematics and Statistics

ASIAN AMERICAN BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.      106
 2     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY       Calif.      112
 3     STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY               N.Y.        51
 4     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE         Calif.       31
 5     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN        Texas       37
 6     UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON             Wash.       46
 7     RUTGERS UNIVERSRY-NEW BRUNSWICK      N.J.        15
 8     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO      Calif.       18
 9     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS          Calif.       22
10     STANFORD UNIVERSITY                 Calif.        7
11     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS               Ill.        11
11     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA          Calif.       16
         BARBARA
13     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.       17
14     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-LONG BEACH       Calif.        8
14     HARVARD UNIVERSITY                   Mass.        8
16     SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY      Calif.        8
16     MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECHNOLOGY    Mass.       20
18     UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN               Mich.       19
18     CUNY QUEENS COLLEGE                  N.Y.         8
18     SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY           Calif.        7
18     CALIF. STATE POLY. UNIV.-POMONA     Calif.        1
22     COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES             Colo.        6
22     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                Fla.         6
22     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO    Ill.         8
22     SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY          Calif.        9
22     SUNY AT BINGHAMTON                   N.Y.        10
27     UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO                Ill.         6
27     COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY                  N.Y.         6
27     UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA       Hawaii        8
27     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        Md.         9
         PARK
31     NEW YORK UNIVERSITY                  N.Y.        14
31     NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF              N.J.         3
         TECHNOLOGY
31     PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY         Pa.         3
34     BROWN UNIVERSITY                     R.I.         4
34     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON     Texas        2
34     UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-UNIVERSITY     Texas        6
         PARK
34     JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY              Md.         1
34     NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY              Ill.         5
34     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                Ohio         6
40     CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY            Pa.         1
40     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-FULLERTON        Calif.        8
40     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-EAST BAY         Calif.        6
40     SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY              Calif.        2
40     BRYN MAWR COLLEGE                     Pa.         6
40     ROWAN UNIVERSITY                     N.J.         0
40     CUNY YORK COLLEGE                    N.Y.         2
40     VIRGINIA POLY. INST. AND STATE        Va.         5
         UNIV.
40     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-TWIN         Minn.        5
         CITIES
40     UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE              Tenn.        0
50     CORNELL UNIVERSITY                   N.Y.         4
50     KEAN UNIVERSITY                      N.J.         0
50     KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY              Kan.         0
50     UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA-LAS VEGAS       Nev.         2
50     SUNY AT ALBANY                       N.Y.         8
50     HAMILTON COLLEGE                     N.Y.         1
50     SEATTLE UNIVERSITY                   Wash.        1
50     UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS-AMHERST       Mass.        1
50     CUNY HUNTER COLLEGE                  N.Y.         9
50     UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO             N.M.         0
50     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SAN BERNARDINO   Calif.        2
50     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SACRAMENTO       Calif.        2
50     UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA                Va. … 

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