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Projections of Education Statistics to 2018

NCES 2009-062
September 2009


Table 27.  Actual and alternative projected numbers for associate’s degrees, by sex of recipient: 1993–94 through 2018–19

Year Total Men Women
       
Actual      
1993–94 530,632 215,261 315,371
1994–95 539,691 218,352 321,339
1995–96 555,216 219,514 335,702
1996–97 571,226 223,948 347,278
1997–98 558,555 217,613 340,942
1998–99 559,954 218,417 341,537
1999–2000 564,933 224,721 340,212
2000–01 578,865 231,645 347,220
2001–02 595,133 238,109 357,024
2002–03 634,016 253,451 380,565
2003–04 665,301 260,033 405,268
2004–05 696,660 267,536 429,124
2005–06 713,066 270,095 442,971
2006–07 728,114 275,187 452,927
Middle alternative projections
2007–08 738,000 279,000 459,000
2008–09 755,000 286,000 470,000
2009–10 778,000 293,000 486,000
2010–11 798,000 298,000 500,000
2011–12 813,000 302,000 511,000
2012–13 823,000 304,000 519,000
2013–14 837,000 306,000 531,000
2014–15 852,000 309,000 543,000
2015–16 867,000 311,000 556,000
2016–17 881,000 314,000 568,000
2017–18 897,000 316,000 580,000
2018–19 913,000 319,000 593,000
Low alternative projections
2007–08 738,000 279,000 459,000
2008–09 745,000 283,000 462,000
2009–10 762,000 290,000 471,000
2010–11 771,000 294,000 478,000
2011–12 784,000 297,000 487,000
2012–13 791,000 299,000 492,000
2013–14 802,000 301,000 501,000
2014–15 815,000 303,000 512,000
2015–16 830,000 306,000 524,000
2016–17 845,000 309,000 536,000
2017–18 861,000 312,000 549,000
2018–19 878,000 315,000 563,000
High alternative projections
2007–08 738,000 279,000 459,000
2008–09 764,000 287,000 477,000
2009–10 794,000 294,000 500,000
2010–11 822,000 300,000 522,000
2011–12 838,000 304,000 533,000
2012–13 849,000 306,000 543,000
2013–14 864,000 309,000 555,000
2014–15 879,000 311,000 568,000
2015–16 895,000 314,000 582,000
2016–17 911,000 316,000 595,000
2017–18 928,000 319,000 609,000
2018–19 945,000 323,000 623,000
NOTE: Some data have been revised from previously published figures. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Mean absolute percentage errors of selected education statistics can be found in table A2, appendix A.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, "Completions Survey" (IPEDS-C:94–99), and Fall 2000 through Fall 2007; and Degrees Conferred Model, 1975–76 through 2006–07. (This table was prepared February 2009.)"

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