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Graduates by gender 2017-2018



Enrollment by gender in 2018-2019

Bachelor's degree majors by sex


  • Of individuals with a Bachelor’s degree, living in Kenosha and Racine counties, the largest numbers are found in the science and engineering fields (30.7% and 28.3%, respectively).
  • What is striking is that while 40.0% (Kenosha) and 36.8% (Racine) of male Bachelor’s degree holders majored in science and engineering, only 22.6% (Kenosha) and 20.8% (Racine) of female Bachelor’s degree holders majored in science and engineering. 
  • These numbers are very similar to statewide percentages.
  • On a positive note, the percentage of female Bachelor’s degree holders majoring in science and engineering is higher among younger than older cohorts. 

2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table S1502: FIELD OF BACHELOR'S DEGREE FOR FIRST MAJOR  

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