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Table P29. Number of Title IV postsecondary institutions that offered career education programs, by career field of study and state: United States, 2006
State Any field
of study
Agri-
culture and nat-
ural re-
sources
Busi-
ness manage-
ment
Busi-
ness support
Communi-
cations and design
Com-
puter and infor-
mation sciences
Con-
sumer ser-
vices
Educa-
tion
Engi-
neering, archi-
tecture, and science technol-
ogies
Health sciences Manufac-
turing, construc-
tion, repair and trans-
portation
Mar-
keting
Pro-
tective
services
Public, legal, and social services
                             
Total, all states 6,120 1,220 3,363 1,588 2,181 3,130 3,008 2,027 2,152 3,865 1,632 1,355 1,875 2,158
                             
Alabama 73 18 56 26 30 51 46 27 38 54 31 22 30 34
Alaska 10 4 8 6 4 5 6 6 6 7 6 2 3 6
Arizona 106 17 52 24 33 46 51 35 32 59 33 21 41 36
Arkansas 80 21 47 27 22 37 58 45 34 42 31 11 33 23
California 575 104 297 157 221 291 256 105 193 345 195 125 159 196
                             
Colorado 103 23 56 18 34 50 45 12 34 59 26 18 34 26
Connecticut 76 10 35 17 27 31 38 17 29 49 15 19 20 25
Delaware 16 4 9 3 7 10 8 7 5 13 6 8 4 8
District of Columbia 17 4 11 1 8 14 8 7 4 9 1 7 6 5
Florida 296 38 155 70 96 145 134 68 104 211 74 65 100 103
                             
Georgia 168 36 111 52 57 96 87 78 64 109 54 53 69 47
Hawaii 25 6 17 6 7 13 12 9 8 14 10 5 9 11
Idaho 25 6 12 7 9 11 19 11 11 13 9 7 8 10
Illinois 247 50 126 62 89 126 139 89 88 153 67 74 73 76
Indiana 125 20 85 34 56 69 48 59 50 82 29 21 44 55
                             
Iowa 88 29 52 23 35 54 60 34 27 63 18 26 32 35
Kansas 85 24 53 35 49 49 56 38 40 61 37 27 27 37
Kentucky 100 18 61 29 30 52 67 34 38 56 29 12 33 39
Louisiana 137 15 69 52 29 60 66 28 48 96 50 16 26 26
Maine 38 14 22 6 9 13 19 18 12 26 8 5 8 11
                             
Maryland 83 17 46 16 33 48 47 33 32 44 19 12 24 35
Massachusetts 162 31 73 19 62 81 65 61 46 91 19 32 44 59
Michigan 165 36 92 52 72 90 95 70 72 102 47 54 62 68
Minnesota 122 32 84 40 62 81 74 43 46 76 39 41 37 61
Mississippi 57 13 31 20 23 29 44 25 23 33 19 17 18 27
                             
Missouri 174 35 84 45 60 90 79 49 59 119 51 36 54 55
Montana 31 16 23 13 7 20 14 16 15 23 12 4 7 12
Nebraska 51 13 34 9 25 31 26 22 14 37 12 10 17 22
Nevada 35 8 18 8 8 14 14 7 11 20 5 5 13 10
New Hampshire 34 8 19 4 16 19 22 14 12 19 4 10 10 10
                             
New Jersey 149 14 61 34 41 67 43 35 39 103 20 24 39 47
New Mexico 43 16 34 20 20 31 20 29 27 30 16 8 25 22
New York 395 56 188 84 125 174 116 113 97 225 57 65 75 163
North Carolina 156 59 117 35 68 103 117 101 71 111 68 35 86 74
North Dakota 28 10 21 15 9 17 18 16 6 20 11 6 9 11
                             
Ohio 300 41 147 89 85 135 117 80 90 196 72 62 100 102
Oklahoma 135 28 76 47 51 66 95 39 56 98 67 25 41 30
Oregon 81 21 44 15 26 32 47 27 23 45 14 17 22 31
Pennsylvania 364 66 181 68 123 184 135 124 118 226 61 91 84 117
Rhode Island 23 4 12 3 10 12 7 9 9 13 7 9 7 10
                             
South Carolina 80 15 54 17 32 45 53 43 25 49 16 18 30 34
South Dakota 29 8 22 6 13 21 17 11 10 25 8 7 9 11
Tennessee 153 21 71 40 41 65 89 42 62 88 44 23 33 46
Texas 367 66 191 108 118 182 200 91 130 221 88 87 106 122
Utah 59 5 32 14 21 30 30 16 17 40 17 11 13 14
                             
Vermont 26 12 16 0 12 11 14 12 9 13 2 4 5 10
Virginia 144 26 85 34 48 64 50 40 51 94 25 16 50 36
Washington 114 27 64 33 38 60 54 51 44 67 39 34 36 44
West Virginia 71 20 41 19 29 42 33 24 34 53 16 9 20 26
Wisconsin 87 28 58 19 44 55 43 49 32 55 20 34 33 35
                             
Wyoming 12 7 10 7 7 8 7 8 7 8 8 5 7 5
NOTE: This table shows, for example, that 18 Title IV postsecondary institutions in Alabama offered programs in agricultural and natural resources in 2006. An institution was counted as offering a career education program if it awarded an undergraduate credential in a career field of study. 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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