ERIC Number: ED413017
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997-Oct
Reference Count: N/A
Graduates Summary, 1996-97.
Attinasi, Louis C, Jr.; Reece, Dee A.
Providing data on 1996-97 graduates and program completers from Pima Community College (PCC) in Arizona, this report presents tables showing the number and percentage of associate degrees, technical and advanced certificates, and basic certificates by type; by instructional program; by ethnicity; and by gender. Eight- and 10-year comparative data are also included. Highlighted findings include the following: (1) graduates and program completers earned 1,567 awards in 1996-97, with associate degrees constituting 62% of these awards, technical and advanced certificates, 13% and basic certificates, 25%; (2) minority students represented 30% of the total graduates, while women comprised 58%; (3) 21% of the graduates were Hispanic, 3% African-American, 4% Asian-American and 2% Native American; (4) in 1995-96, the largest percentages of total degrees were awarded in general studies (40%), associate degree nursing (10%), and business administration and social services (4%); (5) the largest percentages of technical certificates and advanced certificates were awarded in practical nursing (22%), dental assisting education (9%), and pharmacy technology; and (6) there were 768 Center for Training and Development completers in 1996-97, 53% were female and 52% were members of a minority group. Appendixes provide tables showing number and percentage of degrees and certificates awarded by program, ethnicity, job goal, and gender.(ECF)
Descriptors: Associate Degrees, College Graduates, Community Colleges, Educational Certificates, General Education, Job Training, Legal Education (Professions), Longitudinal Studies, Minority Groups, Nursing Education, Sex Differences, Statistical Distributions, Student Characteristics, Tables (Data), Technical Education, Two Year College Students, Two Year Colleges
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Pima Community Coll., Tucson, AZ. Office of Institutional Research.