Business and education had higher conferral rates at the Bachelor's and Master's level than any other program. The average percent across all years, of Bachelor's degrees awarded for business, education and social sciences and history were 20.01%, 11.89% and 11.72% respectively. The average number of Master's degrees conferred by education and business was 30.49% and 20.34%. Education awarded more doctoral degrees than any other program and business awarded less doctoral degrees than other programs studied since on average business conferred 2.75% of the doctoral degrees awarded which was less than 11 other programs. Institutions should expect not only increased enrollments, but continued interest of applicants in the fields of education and business at the Master's level and education at the doctoral levels as they typically award the most degrees.In 1863 the first law mandating military service for US citizens was enacted to aid the North during the Civil War and lasted for over 100 years (A Teachera#39;s Guide 2000). ... Even before the US officially began the war in Iraq, there was discussion of reinstating the draft (Military Draft 2004). ... As previously noted, students in higher education could defer their military service (A Teachera#39;s Guide 2000).
|Title||:||The Person Next to You on the Bus Probably Has a Graduate Degree Too: A Study of the Expansion of Graduate Education|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|