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Table P25. Number of Title IV postsecondary institutions that offered career education programs, by highest level of offering and state: United States, 2006
State Total, all credential levels Certificate
Less than 1 year At least 1 but
less than 2
academic years
Associate's degree Other
subbacca-
laureate
credential1
Bachelor's degree
             
Total, all states 6,120 278 1,398 1,181 976 2,287
             
Alabama 73 2 6 26 2 37
Alaska 10 0 2 1 1 6
Arizona 106 5 27 32 6 36
Arkansas 80 2 28 16 9 25
California 575 61 160 93 102 159
             
Colorado 103 4 10 29 15 45
Connecticut 76 2 32 15 3 24
Delaware 16 1 4 4 1 6
District of Columbia 17 1 4 0 0 12
Florida 296 21 65 37 61 112
             
Georgia 168 9 27 28 41 63
Hawaii 25 1 4 9 1 10
Idaho 25 1 1 3 10 10
Illinois 247 15 68 46 25 93
Indiana 125 0 25 28 12 60
             
Iowa 88 0 0 12 32 44
Kansas 85 2 21 21 11 30
Kentucky 100 1 5 20 37 37
Louisiana 137 4 39 19 48 27
Maine 38 2 5 7 6 18
             
Maryland 83 3 21 16 7 36
Massachusetts 162 10 44 22 7 79
Michigan 165 20 40 17 26 62
Minnesota 122 5 16 12 27 62
Mississippi 57 2 11 8 17 19
             
Missouri 174 2 51 33 18 70
Montana 31 1 2 10 8 10
Nebraska 51 1 0 10 10 30
Nevada 35 4 4 9 5 13
New Hampshire 34 1 12 5 1 15
             
New Jersey 149 11 61 18 21 38
New Mexico 43 4 3 13 6 17
New York 395 9 99 81 21 185
North Carolina 156 0 24 52 14 66
North Dakota 28 0 1 6 7 14
             
Ohio 300 13 56 89 51 91
Oklahoma 135 2 58 15 24 36
Oregon 81 2 5 13 27 34
Pennsylvania 364 8 87 81 57 131
Rhode Island 23 2 6 2 2 11
             
South Carolina 80 6 15 20 2 37
South Dakota 29 0 0 2 10 17
Tennessee 153 1 34 29 31 58
Texas 367 17 139 80 34 97
Utah 59 6 6 11 18 18
             
Vermont 26 1 2 3 0 20
Virginia 144 3 31 28 19 63
Washington 114 6 17 17 37 37
West Virginia 71 1 15 18 16 21
Wisconsin 87 2 5 7 29 44
             
Wyoming 12 1 0 8 1 2
1 Subbaccalaureate credentials, other than associate's degrees, that require the equivalent of at least 2 but less than 4 full-time academic years of study.
NOTE: This table shows, for example, that in 2006, two Title IV institutions in Alabama offered career education programs that awarded credentials no higher than a less-than-1-year certificate. An institution was counted as offering a career education program if it awarded an undergraduate credential in a career field of study. Institutions are reported by highest level of CTE credential awarded; therefore, they are counted once. Institutions may not always award credentials in a given year that match their "highest level of offering" designation. There are no standard errors for this table because it is based on population counts.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), 2005–06 Completions and 2006–07 Institutional Characteristics (IC) data files.

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