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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Degrees Awarded

This table represents the number of STEM degrees awarded from a California public institution over the last five years, aggregated by STEM Type.
Programs classified as STEM were identified by the Department of Homeland Security's Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).
Note: Certificate and other degrees are NOT included.
Visit the SEVP website for a list of STEM Designated Degree Programs for the list of Classification of Instruction Programs (CIP Codes).

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Year Computer Science
Degrees
Engineering
Degrees
Life Science
Degrees
Math
Degrees
Physical Science
Degrees
Technology
Degrees
Non-STEM Life Science
Degrees
Total STEM
Degrees
2006 5,566 10,338 10,380 2,498 2,831 2,014 36 33,663
2007 4,943 9,964 11,319 2,441 2,994 2,035 38 33,734
2008 4,661 10,257 12,467 2,503 3,088 1,987 61 35,024
2009 4,606 10,610 12,832 2,562 3,304 2,166 46 36,126
2010 4,584 10,961 12,829 2,664 3,269 2,509 65 36,881
Data Generated on Sunday, December 21, 2014 at 4:42:25 PM

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