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Table P28. Percentage of Title IV postsecondary institutions that offered career education programs at each level of offering, by 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
             
All states 94.1 42.6 52.7 40.8 11.4 34.1
             
Alabama 98.6 40.5 52.7 58.1 5.4 50.0
Alaska 100.0 90.0 80.0 80.0 0.0 60.0
Arizona 95.5 65.8 57.7 50.5 5.4 29.7
Arkansas 98.8 71.6 71.6 46.9 7.4 30.9
California 88.7 55.9 50.9 35.2 19.3 24.2
             
Colorado 95.4 57.4 46.3 48.1 3.7 39.8
Connecticut 91.6 45.8 49.4 32.5 4.8 27.7
Delaware 100.0 56.3 43.8 56.3 6.3 37.5
District of Columbia 85.0 30.0 30.0 25.0 5.0 60.0
Florida 98.0 57.3 52.0 39.4 16.2 34.4
             
Georgia 95.5 42.0 48.3 54.5 23.3 35.2
Hawaii 89.3 28.6 50.0 50.0 7.1 32.1
Idaho 96.2 38.5 57.7 38.5 46.2 38.5
Illinois 92.5 40.8 56.2 33.7 3.7 33.7
Indiana 94.0 23.3 56.4 59.4 2.3 42.9
             
Iowa 96.7 39.6 49.5 40.7 29.7 46.2
Kansas 98.8 40.7 60.5 50.0 8.1 33.7
Kentucky 96.2 51.0 59.6 48.1 17.3 35.6
Louisiana 97.9 37.9 62.9 52.1 5.7 19.3
Maine 95.0 12.5 40.0 52.5 12.5 45.0
             
Maryland 96.5 24.4 59.3 31.4 15.1 41.9
Massachusetts 89.5 37.6 35.4 28.7 5.0 42.5
Michigan 95.9 50.0 55.8 39.0 11.6 35.5
Minnesota 94.6 51.2 58.1 52.7 18.6 42.6
Mississippi 95.0 41.7 63.3 41.7 16.7 31.7
             
Missouri 89.7 35.1 57.2 42.8 7.2 35.6
Montana 100.0 6.5 54.8 67.7 16.1 32.3
Nebraska 100.0 29.4 47.1 51.0 15.7 54.9
Nevada 100.0 57.1 42.9 48.6 8.6 37.1
New Hampshire 81.0 35.7 45.2 35.7 0.0 35.7
             
New Jersey 98.7 53.0 57.0 19.9 13.2 23.8
New Mexico 87.8 40.8 53.1 67.3 6.1 34.7
New York 89.0 16.7 41.4 31.5 4.5 41.0
North Carolina 99.4 52.9 58.0 52.9 2.5 40.1
North Dakota 100.0 42.9 50.0 57.1 21.4 39.3
             
Ohio 94.9 38.9 49.7 44.3 11.7 26.9
Oklahoma 97.8 43.5 70.3 27.5 11.6 26.8
Oregon 92.0 43.2 55.7 31.8 26.1 36.4
Pennsylvania 92.9 32.9 49.2 44.6 11.5 32.7
Rhode Island 100.0 39.1 56.5 30.4 8.7 47.8
             
South Carolina 94.1 40.0 45.9 40.0 2.4 43.5
South Dakota 96.7 23.3 43.3 70.0 30.0 56.7
Tennessee 95.6 43.1 60.0 35.6 6.3 35.0
Texas 96.1 53.9 59.2 32.2 6.3 24.3
Utah 98.3 43.3 60.0 41.7 13.3 28.3
             
Vermont 92.9 17.9 25.0 46.4 0.0 71.4
Virginia 96.6 35.6 55.0 43.6 8.1 40.3
Washington 96.6 55.1 57.6 44.1 19.5 30.5
West Virginia 97.3 28.8 57.5 47.9 16.4 30.1
Wisconsin 92.6 30.9 29.8 33.0 25.5 46.8
             
Wyoming 100.0 58.3 75.0 66.7 8.3 16.7
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 40.5 percent of Title IV institutions in Alabama offered career education at the less-than-1-year certificate level 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. 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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