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Table S110. Number of undergraduate certificates and degrees awarded by Title IV private, for-profit less-than-2-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   207,901   207,901 102,429 105,395 77   0
                   
State                  
Alabama   464   464 122 342 0   0
Alaska   346   346 154 192 0   0
Arizona   4,222   4,222 1,781 2,441 0   0
Arkansas   1,155   1,155 533 622 0   0
California   28,569   28,569 15,361 13,208 0   0
                   
Colorado   784   784 385 399 0   0
Connecticut   6,438   6,438 1,172 5,266 0   0
Delaware   1,156   1,156 624 532 0   0
District of Columbia   460   460 351 109 0   0
Florida   13,861   13,861 7,022 6,839 0   0
                   
Georgia   6,728   6,728 4,295 2,433 0   0
Hawaii   333   333 141 192 0   0
Idaho   400   400 400 0 0   0
Illinois   11,599   11,599 6,888 4,711 0   0
Indiana   2,208   2,208 815 1,393 0   0
                   
Iowa   57   57 53 4 0   0
Kansas   2,444   2,444 137 2,307 0   0
Kentucky   91   91 72 19 0   0
Louisiana   4,979   4,979 3,742 1,237 0   0
Maine   799   799 100 699 0   0
                   
Maryland   4,547   4,547 2,308 2,239 0   0
Massachusetts   8,070   8,070 2,186 5,884 0   0
Michigan   12,305   12,305 8,567 3,738 0   0
Minnesota   2,086   2,086 890 1,196 0   0
Mississippi   925   925 563 362 0   0
                   
Missouri   2,589   2,589 1,330 1,259 0   0
Montana   41   41 26 15 0   0
Nebraska      
Nevada   2,071   2,071 1,794 277 0   0
New Hampshire   846   846 105 741 0   0
                   
New Jersey   12,919   12,919 4,541 8,378 0   0
New Mexico   1,151   1,151 498 653 0   0
New York   17,766   17,766 7,434 10,332 0   0
North Carolina   2,021   2,021 900 1,121 0   0
North Dakota   15   15 0 15 0   0
                   
Ohio   4,515   4,515 2,992 1,523 0   0
Oklahoma   1,527   1,527 596 931 0   0
Oregon   1,063   1,063 978 85 0   0
Pennsylvania   7,741   7,741 4,112 3,629 0   0
Rhode Island   1,850   1,850 492 1,281 77   0
                   
South Carolina   1,616   1,616 812 804 0   0
South Dakota      
Tennessee   2,094   2,094 608 1,486 0   0
Texas   26,856   26,856 13,584 13,272 0   0
Utah   740   740 474 266 0   0
                   
Vermont   98   98 9 89 0   0
Virginia   1,508   1,508 238 1,270 0   0
Washington   3,296   3,296 1,754 1,542 0   0
West Virginia   20   20 20 0 0   0
Wisconsin   532   532 470 62 0   0
                   
Wyoming      
† 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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