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This graph illustrates a five-year average of the percent of physics bachelor's and doctoral degrees awarded to people of various races and ethnicities.
Degrees awarded to temporary residents are not included in the calculations. Data on the college age population are collected from the U.S. Census.
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Physics Degrees by Race/Ethnicity Graph
Physics Degrees by Race/Ethnicity Data