Postsecondary graduates by institution type, sex and field of study (Both sexes)
|Total, instructional programs||515,865||301,584||214,278|
|Personal improvement and leisure||1,878||984||891|
|Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies||21,069||11,127||9,942|
|Social and behavioural sciences and law||76,407||58,074||18,330|
|Business, management and public administration||112,776||66,729||46,047|
|Physical and life sciences and technologies||24,033||22,422||1,611|
|Mathematics, computer and information sciences||14,760||8,679||6,078|
|Architecture, engineering and related technologies||62,418||28,434||33,987|
|Agriculture, natural resources and conservation||8,877||5,661||3,216|
|Health and related fields||74,592||38,649||35,943|
|Personal, protective and transportation services||19,017||2,265||16,749|
|Other instructional programs||8,547||6,078||2,469|
|Notes: All counts are randomly rounded to a multiple of 3 using the following procedure: counts which are already a multiple of 3 are not adjusted; counts one greater than a multiple of 3 are adjusted to the next lowest multiple of 3 with a probability of two-thirds and to the next highest multiple of 3 with a probability of one-third. The probabilities are reversed for counts that are one less than a multiple of 3. |
The data are subject to revision.
Figures may not add up because of the exclusion of the "sex unknown" category in the table or because of rounding.
The graduate counts exclude apprenticeship programs.
The Primary Groupings of the Classification of Instructional Programs for enrolments and graduates are adapted from the 2011 Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP), Statistics Canada's standard for the classification of instructional programs.
Source: Statistics Canada, CANSIM, table 477-0020.
Last modified: 2016-11-23.
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