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  1. Total Graduate Enrollment in Sociology

    Notes: Includes all students enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time. Does not include students enrolled in joint sociology/anthropology programs.

  2. Total Graduate Enrollment in Social Sciences

    Notes: Includes all students enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time. "Other social sciences" includes geography, joint sociology/anthropology, and "social sciences, other."

  3. Total Graduate Enrollment in Sociology, by Enrollment Status

    Notes: Includes all students enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time. Does not include students enrolled in joint sociology/anthropology programs.

  4. Total Graduate Enrollment in Sociology, by Gender

    Notes: Includes all students enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time. Does not include students enrolled in joint sociology/anthropology programs.

  5. Graduate Students in Sociology Enrolled Full Time, by Gender

    Notes: Includes all students enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time. Does not include students enrolled in joint sociology/anthropology programs.

  6. Total Graduate Enrollment in Sociology, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity

    Notes: Includes permanent resident students enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time, whose race or ethnicity was known. Does not include students enrolled in joint sociology/anthropology programs. Persons of color include American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian/Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and More than one race.

  7. Total Graduate Enrollment in Sociology, by Race and Ethnicity

    Notes: Includes permanent residents enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time, whose race or ethnicity is known. Does not include students enrolled in joint sociology/anthropology programs. Beginning in 2000, "Asian or Pacific Islander" is the sum of two separate categories, Asian and Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander. "More Than One Race" was first collected in 1994. Percent totals may not sum to 100 due to rounding.

  8. Graduate Students in Sociology Enrolled Full Time, by Race or Ethnicity

    Notes: Includes students enrolled for a master's or doctoral degree at a US institution, full- or part-time. Does not include students from racial or ethnic groups with small numbers of respondents. Does not include students enrolled in joint sociology/anthropology programs. Beginning in 2000, "Asian or Pacific Islander" is the sum of two separate categories, Asian and Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander.