Table A-2. Changes in the institution status: 2017–18
New institutions (15)
California Baptist U.
California U. of Science and Medicine
Indiana Institute of Technology
Southern U., New Orleans
St. Thomas U.
Texas A&M U., San Antonio
Vermont Technical C.
Western Michigan U., Homer Stryker School of Medicine
Western State Colorado U.
Became ineligible for the survey (2)
C. of St. Scholastica
Merged Institutions (1)
Armstrong State U. merged into Georgia Southern U.
Changed from a doctorate-granting to master's-granting institution (4)a
California State U., Chico
East Stroudsburg U. Pennsylvania
International Technological U.
Minnesota State U., Mankato
Changed from a master's-granting to doctorate-granting institution (26)a
American International C.
American Museum of Natural History
CUNY, Queens C.
California State U., Channel Islands
Coppin State U.
Harrisburg U. of Science and Technology
Inter American U. Puerto Rico
Jacksonville State U.
Lincoln Memorial U.
Loyola U., Maryland
Mount Aloysius C.
Pacific States U.
Sacred Heart U.
Southern Connecticut State U.
St. Cloud State U.
U. New Haven
U. of the District of Columbia
Winston-Salem State U.
a Change in degree-granting status refers only to institutions that are eligible for the Survey of Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering and with master's- or doctorate-granting programs in science, engineering, or health. Some institutions within these classifications may offer doctorate or master’s degrees in other academic fields.
SOURCE: National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, Survey of Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering.