University of California 2011 Accountability Report

Indicator 5.1.2
Graduate and professional student enrollment as a percentage of total enrollment, UC campuses, Fall 1960 to 2010

Data visualization. please download the source data for accessible information.

Historically, the proportions of doctoral, master's, and professional degree students have varied by campus. This reflects differences in the campuses' academic programs.

Academic doctoral students are important to the University because they make a direct contribution to its teaching and research functions. In fall 2010, the proportion of academic doctoral students varied across the general campuses from 5 percent at Merced to 16 percent at Berkeley. At San Francisco, an exclusively graduate health sciences campus, academic doctoral students made up 26 percent of fall 2010 enrollments.

You may view or download a table of the raw data used to generate these charts in CSV files, which can be opened in spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice.