Master’s College & Universities: Larger Programs is the Carnegie Class for a very specific type of Master’s College and University. Generally, Master’s College and Universities are those that award less than 20 research doctorates, but also award at least 50 master’s degrees each year. If the master’s college or university also awards at least 200 master’s degrees, Carnegie puts the university in the Carnegie Class of Master’s College & Universities: Larger Programs.
The following universities award less than 20 research doctorates, but also award at least 200 master’s degrees: Eastern Michigan University, Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, Saginaw Valley State University, University of Michigan-Dearborn, and University of Michigan-Flint. These universities are in the Carnegie Class of Master’s College & Universities: Larger Programs.
The dashboard uses four categories of metrics, listed below.
Click on one of these categories, or scroll down the page, to see the metrics (charts and tables) for the category. These metrics compare Michigan public universities with their public peers (universities from the same Carnegie Class) across the nation.
Click on a chart or table to enlarge it, or click “download PDF” to download a PDF for the category. For a PDF of all categories within this Carnegie Class, click “download PDF” directly below. To download the original data used to generate these charts and tables, click “download spreadsheet” directly below.