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American Sociological Association: First-Time, Full-Time Graduate Sociology Enrollments
This graph shows first-time Fall graduate enrollments in Economics, Political Science and Public Administration, Sociology, and Anthropology over a 13-year period between 1998 and 2011. During this time, Political Science and Public Administration both experienced the largest share of first-time full-time graduate enrollment compared to other social sciences, and the largest overall increase (almost doubling). Economics held the next largest share of first-time, full-time graduate enrollment as well as the second largest overall increase (60.2 percent), followed by Sociology and Anthropology.
- Annual Sociology and Social Science Graduate Enrollments: 2005 - 2011
- Annual Sociology Graduate Enrollments: 1972 - 2011
- Annual Sociology Graduate Enrollments by Enrollment Status: 1972 - 2011
- Annual Sociology Graduate Enrollments by Gender: 1990 - 2011
- Annual Sociology Graduate Enrollments by Full- and Part-time Status and Gender: 1990 - 2011
- Annual Sociology Graduate Enrollments by Citizenship Status and Race/Ethnicity: 1990-2011
Source: National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics, Survey of Graduate Students and Post-doctorates in Science and Engineering (graduate student survey) (Arlington, VA: NSF, 2013). Retrieved from http://webcaspar.nsf.gov.
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