PhD Productivity, female graduates only, 2001-2010

The tables below are based on data comparing 1,457 institutions from the National Science Foundation Survey of Earned Doctorates data set that had an average of at least 25 female bachelor's recipients per year for the period 1992 - 2001. The rate is calculated as the number of doctorate degrees earned by female bachelor's degree recipients from the listed college during the most recent available ten-year period (2001-2010), divided by the total number of female baccalaureate completions (graduates) from that institution nine years earlier (1992-2001).

NSF stopped releasing baccalaureate origins data brokwn out by gender in 2007. Click here for a full description of the methodology used for estimating female PhD rates and counts for the years 2007 through 2010.