Total Minority Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History

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Total Minority Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History


Social Sciences & History

TOTAL MINORITY BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.      989
 2     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE         Calif.      939
 3     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY       Calif.      747
 4     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS          Calif.      492
 5     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN        Texas      400
 6     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK     N.J.       426
 7     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        Md.       390
         PARK
 7     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO      Calif.      337
 9     UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON             Wash.      385
10     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.      297
11     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                Fla.       314
12     CUNY HUNTER COLLEGE                  N.Y.       256
13     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA   Calif.      276
14     FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY             Fla.       213
15     SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY          Calif.      238
16     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA          Fla.       238
17     UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN               Mich.      293
18     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA          Calif.      271
         BARBARA
19     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-NORTHRIDGE       Calif.      250
20     FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY     Fla.       209
21     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                Ohio       171
22     GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY              Ga.       172
22     MERCY COLLEGE                        N.Y.       236
24     HARVARD UNIVERSITY                   Mass.      187
24     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS               Ill.       199
24     NEW YORK UNIVERSITY                  N.Y.       210
27     ST. LEO UNIVERSITY                   Fla.       156
28     STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY               N.Y.       225
29     CUNY LEHMAN COLLEGE                  N.Y.       183
30     UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA       Hawaii      156
31     STANFORD UNIVERSITY                 Calif.      163
32     SUNY AT BINGHAMTON                   N.Y.       146
33     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-FULLERTON        Calif.      172
33     UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA                Va.       197
35     CUNY QUEENS COLLEGE                  N.Y.       196
36     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-LONG BEACH       Calif.      126
37     CUNY JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIM.       N.Y.       140
         JUSTICE
38     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZ     Calif.      148
39     UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA            Pa.       147
40     SPELMAN COLLEGE                       Ga.       159
41     SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY      Calif.      130
42     GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY         D.C.        80
43     UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-UNIVERSITY     Texas      117
         PARK
44     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SAN BERNARDINO   Calif.      109
45     TUFTS UNIVERSITY                     Mass.      139
46     DUKE UNIVERSITY                      N.C.       119
46     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-TWIN         Minn.       90
         CITIES
48     UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS-AMHERST       Mass.      130
48     EMORY UNIVERSITY                      Ga.       106
50     BOSTON UNIVERSITY                    Mass.      110
50     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-SACRAMENTO       Calif.      138
50     CORNELL UNIVERSITY                   N.Y.       123

                                              Preliminary 2004-2005
2005
Rank   Institution                           Men      Women     Total

 1     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES      434       658      1092
 2     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE           442       521       963
 3     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY         301       465       766
 4     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS            269       302       571
 5     UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN         259       198       457
 6     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK      226       229       455
 7     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        224       209       433
         PARK
 7     UNIV. … 

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