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Table S108. Number of undergraduate certificates and degrees awarded by Title IV private, for-profit 4-year institutions, by award level and state: United States, 2010

State   All awards   Subbaccalaureate awards   Bachelor's
degrees
  Total   Total Less-than
one-year
certificates
Certificates
of one year
or more
Associate's
degrees
 
                   
Total   231,684   133,896 11,814 15,330 106,752   97,788
                   
State                  
Alabama   3,370   1,810 13 422 1,375   1,560
Alaska   645   615 0 436 179   30
Arizona   60,022   37,673 2,097 448 35,128   22,349
Arkansas   213   103 0 0 103   110
California   21,332   8,928 845 949 7,134   12,404
                   
Colorado   9,257   5,420 129 40 5,251   3,837
Connecticut   352   201 36 16 149   151
Delaware   32   19 3 0 16   13
District of Columbia   685   214 16 3 195   471
Florida   25,711   18,747 5,023 3,863 9,861   6,964
                   
Georgia   3,887   1,403 122 39 1,242   2,484
Hawaii   138   0 0 0 0   138
Idaho   259   126 1 0 125   133
Illinois   15,435   7,509 95 280 7,134   7,926
Indiana   3,948   3,145 48 669 2,428   803
                   
Iowa   13,981   4,681 203 292 4,186   9,300
Kansas   117   83 0 31 52   34
Kentucky   3,717   3,104 211 626 2,267   613
Louisiana   666   304 1 3 300   362
Maine      
                   
Maryland   1,472   788 128 6 654   684
Massachusetts   931   552 23 0 529   379
Michigan   1,799   1,088 51 0 1,037   711
Minnesota   5,610   3,487 190 343 2,954   2,123
Mississippi   0   0 0 0 0   0
                   
Missouri   6,368   3,977 301 1,865 1,811   2,391
Montana      
Nebraska   726   640 25 180 435   86
Nevada   1,152   255 0 0 255   897
New Hampshire   1,470   1,046 360 0 686   424
                   
New Jersey   1,108   472 0 0 472   636
New Mexico   1,137   169 0 0 169   968
New York   6,561   3,344 0 78 3,266   3,217
North Carolina   1,631   904 93 176 635   727
North Dakota   348   267 0 11 256   81
                   
Ohio   3,055   2,093 1 38 2,054   962
Oklahoma   1,364   1,025 219 305 501   339
Oregon   1,681   1,108 62 569 477   573
Pennsylvania   3,595   1,691 142 662 887   1,904
Rhode Island      
                   
South Carolina   1,528   553 7 133 413   975
South Dakota   542   222 0 10 212   320
Tennessee   3,341   2,407 653 302 1,452   934
Texas   4,849   2,826 149 456 2,221   2,023
Utah   2,198   1,267 213 205 849   931
                   
Vermont   209   160 0 44 116   49
Virginia   9,300   6,900 204 1,602 5,094   2,400
Washington   1,457   580 45 0 535   877
West Virginia   2,422   526 92 0 434   1,896
Wisconsin   2,039   1,448 13 228 1,207   591
                   
Wyoming   24   16 0 0 16   8
† Not applicable. There were no institutions of this type in this state.
NOTE: The variables used in this table from the IPEDS Institutional Characteristics file are FIPS, PSET4FLG, SECTOR. This table includes only Title IV, postsecondary institutions (PSET4FLG EQ 1 [EQ 1 or 3, after 2008] and 1 GE SECTOR LE 9) that are located in the United States (FIPS LT 57). Title IV institutions are those with a written agreement with the Secretary of Education that allows the institutions to participate in any of the Title IV federal student financial assistance programs. The variables used in this table from the IPEDS Completions file are CIPCODE, AWLEVEL, and CTOTALT. Data for a given year combine that year's Institutional Characteristics survey data (e.g., 2000-2001) with completions reported for the prior year (e.g., 1999-2000). "Certificates of one year or more" includes all certificates that are at least one year, but less than four years, in length.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Institutional Characteristics (IC) and Completions Component, 2010.
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