Florida International University
Percentage of Baccalaureate Degrees Awarded to Non-Hispanic Black Students
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The number of baccalaureate degrees granted to non-Hispanic black students. These metrics do not include students classified as Non-Resident Alien or students with a missing race code. Students who earn two distinct degrees in the same term are counted twice – whether their degrees are from the same six-digit CIP code or different CIP codes. Students who earn only one degree are counted once – even if they completed multiple majors or tracks. Source: State University Database System (SUDS).
*Please use caution when comparing data across institutions within the State University System, because they have significantly different missions, student populations, etc. Comparisons with peer institutions are more meaningful.