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Princeton Weekly Bulletin   June 18, 2007, Vol. 96, No. 29   prev   next   current

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By the numbers

260th Commencement

Princeton NJ — The University awarded degrees to 1,127 undergraduates and 716 graduate students at its 260th Commencement June 5. The undergraduate degrees included 1,120 to members of the class of 2007 and seven to graduates from earlier classes.

Those receiving degrees from the class of 2007 included:

• 594 men

• 526 women

• 955 bachelor of arts

• 165 bachelor of science in engineering

A total of 499 undergraduates, or 44.6 percent of the class, received honors, including:

• 97 highest

• 156 high

• 246 honors

The graduate students receiving degrees included:

• 332 doctor of philosophy

• 231 master of arts

• 60 master in public affairs

• 21 master in architecture

• 18 master in public policy

• 17 master in finance

• 14 master in public affairs and urban and regional planning

• 10 master of science in engineering

• 7 master of engineering

• 4 master of fine arts

• 2 master in Near Eastern studies

Source: Office of the Registrar


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