Statistical Table

Number of bachelor graduates by administrative region¹ of residence in general education in the youth sector, by field of study and sex, Centre-du-Québec and all of Québec, 2012-2016

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Centre-du-Québec 764 768 752 764 833
      Males 278 306 286 301 294
      Females 486 462 466 463 539
Health Sciences 100 111 104 127 133
      Males 16 20 21 21 25
      Females 84 91 83 106 108
Pure and Applied Sciences 136 124 124 116 137
      Males 96 92 86 90 94
      Females 40 32 38 26 43
Social Sciences and Humanities 509 508 503 500 539
      Males 160 187 169 185 172
      Females 349 321 334 315 367
Multidisciplinary Studies 18 25 18 20 24
      Males 6 7 8 5
      Females 12 18 10 15 21
Indeterminate
      Males
      Females
  
All of Québec2 26,270 29,560 29,472 29,733 30,758
      Males 9,958 11,382 11,149 11,226 11,583
      Females 16,312 18,178 18,323 18,507 19,175
Health Sciences 3,498 3,759 4,020 4,188 4,412
      Males 717 786 877 851 932
      Females 2,781 2,973 3,143 3,337 3,480
Pure and Applied Sciences 4,851 5,535 5,543 5,658 5,770
      Males 3,271 3,607 3,742 3,813 3,875
      Females 1,580 1,928 1,801 1,845 1,895
Social Sciences and Humanities 17,097 19,456 19,014 18,949 19,622
      Males 5,736 6,724 6,260 6,283 6,483
      Females 11,361 12,732 12,754 12,666 13,139
Multidisciplinary Studies 766 759 846 894 919
      Males 217 247 252 266 282
      Females 549 512 594 628 637
Indeterminate 58 51 49 44 35
      Males 17 18 18 13 11
      Females 41 33 31 31 24
  

1. Bachelors are listed by administrative region of residence as reported at last registration in general education in the youth sector. If this information is not available, the administrative region of the organization where the first secondary school diploma was obtained is assigned.
2. Due to a lack of data on certain graduates regarding their administrative region of origin in secondary school, the total for all of Québec does not equal the sum of totals for administrative regions.
  
Health Sciences: Basic and Applied Health Sciences, Nursing, Perinality, Medicine, Dentistry, Optometry, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dietetics and Nutrition, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Speech Therapy and Audiology, Community Health and Epidemiology, Other Health Professions, Veterinary Medicine, Multidisciplinary (Health Sciences)
  
Pure Sciences: Biological Sciences, Botany (Phytobiology, etc.), Zoology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Physical Sciences, Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, Geology (Mineralogy, etc.), Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Hydrology and Water Sciences, Multidisciplinary (Pure Sciences)
  
Applied Sciences: Natural Resources, Agriculture, Zootechnics, Food Science and Technology, Crop Science, Urban Design, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Industrial Design, Urban Planning, Computer Science, Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautics and Astronomy, Agricultural Engineering, Rural Engineering, Food Engineering, Biological and Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction and Transportation, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communications, Mechanical Engineering, Geological Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Administration, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Mining Engineering, Engineering Physics, Geodesy (Land Surveying), Computer Engineering and Construction, Forest Engineering, Forestry and Wood Science, Human Kinetics, Multidisciplinary (Applied Sciences)
  
Social Sciences and Humanities: Humanities, Literature, Law, Education, Business Administration, Arts
  
Multidisciplinary Studies: Multidisciplinary Studies, Environment (Environmental Quality and Pollution)
  
Indeterminate: This can include individuals who obtained two bachelor's degrees in the same year or whose bachelor's degree was obtained by accumulating certificates.
  
Source: Ministère de l'Éducation et de l'Enseignement supérieur, 2018.
 
April 19, 2018
 

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