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Associate Degree & Certificate Producers, 2011

These charts are associated with the June 13, 2011 issue of Community College Week.  An asterisk (*) appearing beside listed disciplines represents charts that were not published in the June 13 printed edition and are only available at CCWeek.com. 

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Associate Degrees

All Disciplines
Grand Total*
Total Minority
Total Non-Minority
African American
American Indian
Asian American

Associate Degrees by Discipline

Agriculture, Agricultural Operations,and Related Sciences
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services
Communication Technologies/Techniciansand Support Services
Communication, Journalism and Related Programs
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
Criminal Justice
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
General Sales, Merchandising and Related Marketing Operations
Health Professionsand Related Clinical Sciences
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Students,and Humanities
Multi-Interdisciplinary Studies
Natural Resources and Conservation
Nursing: Practical Nursing, Vocational, and Nursing Assistants
Nursing: Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing
Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies
Precision Production
Security & Protective Services
Science Technologies/Technicians


Certificates, One-Year

All Disciplines
Grand Total*
Total Minority*
Total Non-Minority*
African American*
American Indian*
Asian American*


Certificates, Two-Year

All Disciplines
Grand Total*
Total Minority*
Total Non-Minority*
American Indian*
Asian American*

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