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Table P27. Number of Title IV postsecondary institutions that offered career education programs by credential levels awarded and state: United States, 2006
State Any credential level 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 2,770 3,428 2,653 740 2,216
             
Alabama 73 30 39 43 4 37
Alaska 10 9 8 8 0 6
Arizona 106 73 64 56 6 33
Arkansas 80 58 58 38 6 25
California 575 362 330 228 125 157
             
Colorado 103 62 50 52 4 43
Connecticut 76 38 41 27 4 23
Delaware 16 9 7 9 1 6
District of Columbia 17 6 6 5 1 12
Florida 296 173 157 119 49 104
             
Georgia 168 74 85 96 41 62
Hawaii 25 8 14 14 2 9
Idaho 25 10 15 10 12 10
Illinois 247 109 150 90 10 90
Indiana 125 31 75 79 3 57
             
Iowa 88 36 45 37 27 42
Kansas 85 35 52 43 7 29
Kentucky 100 53 62 50 18 37
Louisiana 137 53 88 73 8 27
Maine 38 5 16 21 5 18
             
Maryland 83 21 51 27 13 36
Massachusetts 162 68 64 52 9 77
Michigan 165 86 96 67 20 61
Minnesota 122 66 75 68 24 55
Mississippi 57 25 38 25 10 19
             
Missouri 174 68 111 83 14 69
Montana 31 2 17 21 5 10
Nebraska 51 15 24 26 8 28
Nevada 35 20 15 17 3 13
New Hampshire 34 15 19 15 0 15
             
New Jersey 149 80 86 30 20 36
New Mexico 43 20 26 33 3 17
New York 395 74 184 140 20 182
North Carolina 156 83 91 83 4 63
North Dakota 28 12 14 16 6 11
             
Ohio 300 123 157 140 37 85
Oklahoma 135 60 97 38 16 37
Oregon 81 38 49 28 23 32
Pennsylvania 364 129 193 175 45 128
Rhode Island 23 9 13 7 2 11
             
South Carolina 80 34 39 34 2 37
South Dakota 29 7 13 21 9 17
Tennessee 153 69 96 57 10 56
Texas 367 206 226 123 24 93
Utah 59 26 36 25 8 17
             
Vermont 26 5 7 13 0 20
Virginia 144 53 82 65 12 60
Washington 114 65 68 52 23 36
West Virginia 71 21 42 35 12 22
Wisconsin 87 29 28 31 24 44
             
Wyoming 12 7 9 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 30 Title IV institutions in Alabama offered less-than-1-year certificate programs in career education in 2006. An institution was counted as offering a career education program if it awarded an undergraduate credential in a career field of study. Institutions can award CTE credentials at more than one level; institutions are reported for each level of credential awarded. Institutions may award credentials in a given year that do not 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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