Submitted by cstarr on Tue, 02/16/2016 - 16:28
Methodology, Definitions, Notes, & Sources
- Undergraduate. Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior classifications.
- Post-Baccalaureate. A student possessing a baccalaureate degree but who has not been admitted to a graduate program and is not currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program.
- Master's Level. A student possessing a baccalaureate degree or the equivalent and admitted to an approved master's degree program at the institution.
- Doctoral Level. A student admitted to an approved doctoral degree program at the institution. Such students are those who a) have been officially admitted to a doctoral program, and b) have completed a master's degree which the institution recognizes as the equivalent of one year's work toward the doctoral degree on which the student is working, or at least 30 semester credit hours of work toward the proposed degree.
- Professional Level. A student admitted to an approved special-professional program at the institution. For the academic institutions this inclues law and pharmacy, as well as a small number of other special professional programs. For the health institutions this includes primarily medical and dental students.