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Sunday, September 25, 2005

NSF reports on graduate enrollment for 2003

NSF reports that "graduate enrollment in science and engineering programs is up in 2003, but declines for first-time foreign students".
Graduate enrollment in 2003 grew in all major S&E fields and in all subfields except computer sciences. Computer sciences enrollment dropped 3 percent from the previous year, the first decrease in that field since 1995. Of the fields of study with the largest graduate enrollments (10,000 or more), mechanical engineering led with an 8 percent gain, followed by mathematical sciences and physics, each with 7 percent gains.


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