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These tables and statistics are derived from the SPIN-UP survey, which collected data in 2002 from 74% of all departments offering an undergraduate physics degree. All tables and statistics are in Chapter 5 of the SPIN-UP report, which is in PDF format.
SPIN-UP Chapter 5
The tables and statistics are bookmarked. Click the bookmark icon in the left column of the PDF to see the bookmarks.
Table 3 - Credits required for "standard" physics degree
Table 4 - Physics, mathematics, and chemistry requirements in “standard” degree programs
Table 5 - Fraction of reporting departments offering alternative physics degree tracks for various “standard” programs
Tables 6 & 7 - Effect of number of recruitment activities on three-year total of physics bachelor’s degrees
Tables 8 & 9 - Effect of number of departmental interactions on three-year total of physics bachelor’s degrees
APS produces and maintains a set of tables and graphs related to undergraduate physics in the US.
APS Undergraduate Statistics
AIP compiles extensive statistics on undergraduate physics and produces a wide variety of tables, graphs, and reports.
AIP Undergraduate Statistics