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Educational Research Cognition and Development
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This study uses data from the Baccalaureate and Beyond 1993/03 (B&B: 93/03) Longitudinal Study to investigate the issues that affect the likelihood of graduate/professional school enrollment of Black, 4-year degree earners. Also of particular interest were a comparison of graduate degree aspirations to actual post baccalaureate participation and the effect of attending a Black college on graduate school matriculation. Adapting Perna's (2006) college choice model and applying logistic regression, this study examined how academic achievement, financial aid, habitus, school and community, and the higher education context influence the decision of whether or not Black students enrolled in a graduate education program.
African Americans--Education (Higher); African American college students; African American universities and colleges; College choice; College costs; College integration; Graduate college choice
Education | Educational Sociology | Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Collins, Edward, "Beyond the Baccalaureate: Black Students' Decisions to Pursue a Graduate Education" (2012). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 1550.
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