Hispanic Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics

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Hispanic Baccalaureate: Mathematics and Statistics


Mathematics and Statistics

HISPANIC BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.      24
 2     THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT           Texas      21
         BROWNSVILLE
 3     THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN    Texas      26
 4     TEXAS A & M INTERNATIONAL            Texas      15
         UNIVERSITY
 5     CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY-LONG    Calif.       8
         BEACH
 6     THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN       Texas      14
         ANTONIO
 6     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA          Calif.       7
         BARBARA
 8     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY       Calif.      14
 9     FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY     Fla.        4
 9     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SAN BERNARDINO   Calif.       9
11     CALIFORNIA STATE                    Calif.       5
         UNIVERSITY-NORTHRIDGE
12     THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-PAN          Texas      18
         AMERICAN
12     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.      17
14     MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF           Mass.       8
         TECHNOLOGY
14     CALIFORNIA STATE                    Calif.      12
         UNIVERSITY-FULLERTON
16     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO      Calif.       4

16     CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY-LOS     Calif.       7
         ANGELES
18     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                Fla.        4
19     CUNY QUEENS COLLEGE                  N.Y.        3
19     SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY          Calif.      10
19     STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY               N.Y.        5
19     THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL        Texas       9
         PASO
19     UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-UNIVERSITY     Texas       8
         PARK
19     CALIFORNIA STATE                    Calif.       3
         UNIVERSITY-FRESNO
25     SUNY AT ALBANY                       N.Y.        1
25     KEAN UNIVERSITY                      N.J.        4
25     SUL ROSS STATE UNIVERSITY            Texas       6
25     TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY                Texas       2
25     UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO-MAIN        N.M.        9
         CAMPUS
25     CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC        Calif.       4
         UNIV.-POMONA
25     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS          Calif.       5
25     CALIFORNIA STATE                    Calif.       3
         UNIVERSITY-BAKERSFIELD
33     SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY           Calif.       0
33     CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.-CHANNEL      Calif.       1
         ISLANDS
33     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE         Calif.       3
33     ARIZONA STATE UNIV. AT THE TEMPE     Ariz.       0
         CAMPUS
33     TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY-KINGSVILLE    Texas       5
33     UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO      Colo.       4
33     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT            Ill.        2
         URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
40     CALIFORNIA STATE                    Calif.       0
         UNIVERSITY-SACRAMENTO
40     NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY           N.J.        3
40     COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES             Colo.       3
40     NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV. AT        N.C.        0
         RALEIGH
40     CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY-EAST    Calif.       1
         BAY
40     UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER    Colo.       2
40     CUNY CITY COLLEGE                    N.Y.        3
40     NEW YORK UNIVERSITY                  N.Y.        0
40     CALIFORNIA STATE                    Calif.       1
         UNIVERSITY-STANISLAUS
40     CALIFORNIA LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY      Calif.       0
40     UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT            Conn.       0
40     UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS              Calif.       0
40     ST MARY'S UNIVERSITY                 Texas       5
40     UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA                Ariz.       1
40     CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV.-DOMINGUEZ    Calif.       2
         HILLS
40     TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY                 Texas       0

                                              Preliminary 2004-2005
2005
Rank   Institution                           Men      Women     Total

 1     UNIV. … 

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