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Author: Stephanie Nevill
Category: College attendance
The report uses longitudinal data from the 1992-93 Baccalaureate and Beyond Study (B & B:93/03) to examine the characteristics related to graduate degree enrollment, persistence, and completion among 1992-93 bachelor's degree recipients. About 40 percent of 1992-93 bachelor's degree recipients had enrolled in a graduate degree program by 2003. On average, most students waited between 2 and 3 years to enroll for the first time in a graduate degree program, and among those who enrolled between 1993 and 2003, some 62 percent had earned at least one graduate degree by 2003. Master's degree students took an average of 3 years to complete their degree, first-professional students took about 4 years, and doctoral students took more than 5 years. After controlling for a wide range of relevant variables, several enrollment characteristics retained a significant relationship with graduate degree persistence and completion. Rates of persistence and completion were higher among students who entered graduate school immediately after earning a bachelor's degree, who attended full time and enrolled continuously, and who enrolled in multiple graduate degree programs. Appended are: (1) Glossary; and (2) Technical Notes and Methodology. (Contains 32 tables, 7 figures, and 12 footnotes.).
Author: Garrett Biblical InstitutePublish On: 1884
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Author: G. W. Stewart
Category: Numerical analysis
In this follow-up to Afternotes on Numerical Analysis (SIAM, 1996) the author continues to bring the immediacy of the classroom to the printed page. Like the original undergraduate volume, Afternotes Goes to Graduate School is the result of the author writing down his notes immediately after giving each lecture; in this case the afternotes are the result of a follow-up graduate course taught by Professor Stewart at the University of Maryland. The algorithms presented in this volume require deeper mathematical understanding than those in the undergraduate book, and their implementations are not trivial. Stewart uses a fresh presentation that is clear and intuitive as he covers topics such as discrete and continuous approximation, linear and quadratic splines, eigensystems, and Krylov sequence methods. He concludes with two lectures on classical iterative methods and nonlinear equations.