Economic Development Partnership Guide (PDF [Portable Document Format File] )
Education Levels in Texas Cities
Texas Cities by Educational Attainment
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- Size of markers corresponds to the size of the city’s population 25 years and over.
- Due to rounding, percentages may not sum to 100%, and “0%” could represent any percentage from 0 to 0.49%.
- Field of Bachelor’s Degree refers to the field of the individual’s
first bachelor’s degree:
- Science and engineering fields include computers, mathematics, and statistics; biological, agricultural, and environmental sciences; physical and related sciences; psychology; social sciences; engineering; and multidisciplinary science studies.
- * Science and engineering related fields include, inter alia, nursing, pre-med, physical therapy, mathematics teacher education, and mechanical engineering technology.
- Business fields include, inter alia, business administration, accounting, and human resources development.
- Education fields include, inter alia, early childhood education, higher education administration, and special education.
- Arts, humanities, and other fields include literature and languages; liberal arts and history; visual and performing arts; communications; and others such as public administration, pre-law, and kinesiology.
U.S. Census Bureau American Communities Survey, 2014-2018 Average.
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