in Brief the Bachelor ’ s Degree : 1997 to 2007

  • Horn L
  • Li X
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Abstract

Postsecondary awards below the bachelor’s degree constitute a large and growing segment of U.S. postsecondary credentials. In 2007, almost 40 percent of undergraduate credentials conferred in U.S. postsecondary institutions were below the bachelor’s degree (Knapp, Kelly-Reid, and Ginder 2008).1 In the following year, 47 percent of all undergraduates were enrolled in programs below the bachelor’s degree.2

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  • credentials
  • degrees
  • postsecondary awards
  • subbaccalaureate

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  • Laura Horn

  • Xiaojie Li

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