Arizona Statewide
New Transfers FROM AZ Community Colleges*
Demographic Characteristics and Transfer Hours at Entry

Characteristics 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Five-Year
% Change
Total New AZCC Transfers 10,257 10,355 10,176 10,065 9,217 7,926 -22.7%

Ethnicity/Race
    African American 564 587 615 619 612 492 -12.8%
    American Indian 341 361 389 357 345 336 -1.5%
    Asian 456 487 464 464 466 376 -17.5%
    Pacific Islander 52 48 53 40 56 52 --
    Hispanic 3,202 3,314 3,178 3,228 2,940 2,695 -15.8%
    White 5,398 5,328 5,087 4,947 4,470 3,663 -32.1%
    International 170 130 102 88 105 83 -51.2%
    Unknown 74 100 288 322 223 229 209.5%
    Total Minority 4,615 4,797 4,699 4,708 4,419 3,951 -14.4%

Gender
    Female 5,633 5,867 5,783 5,837 5,496 4,686 -16.8%
    Male 4,624 4,488 4,393 4,228 3,721 3,240 -29.9%

Age Group
    less than 20 593 640 545 578 605 520 -12.3%
    20 - 24 5,647 5,723 5,612 5,587 5,148 4,418 -21.8%
    25 - 29 1,930 1,910 1,853 1,826 1,579 1,310 -32.1%
    30 or older 2,087 2,082 2,166 2,074 1,885 1,678 -19.6%

AZCC Transfer Hours at Entry **
    12 to 23 hours 840 803 728 764 733 841 .1%
    24 to 34 hours 957 888 843 830 844 790 -17.5%
    35 to 59 hours 3,137 3,230 3,035 3,033 2,964 2,363 -24.7%
    60 or more hours 5,323 5,434 5,570 5,438 4,676 3,932 -26.1%

NOTES
* Students with 12 or more AZCC credits who entered an Arizona university as new transfers in a fall or spring semester.
** Students may have additional transfer hours from other 2-year or 4-year postsecondary institutions.


SOURCE
ASSIST Data Warehouse, July 2023
New Transfers AZ
Arizona Statewide
New Transfers FROM AZ Community Colleges*
By Discipline at Entry

University CIP Discipline 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Five-Year
% Change
Total New AZCC Transfers 10,257 10,355 10,176 10,065 9,217 7,926 -22.7%
Agriculture, Agriculture Ops & Related Sciences 34 34 35 42 70 44 29.4%
Architecture and Related Services 85 90 92 83 77 51 -40%
Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender, and Group Studies 20 15 15 24 19 14 -30.0%
Biological and Biomedical Sciences 717 761 712 651 636 493 -31.2%

Business, Management, Marketing & Related Service 1,586 1,441 1,455 1,382 1,280 1,135 -28.4%
    Accounting and Related Services 97 98 83 88 96 98 1.0%
    Business Administration, Management and Operations 354 336 349 337 273 207 -41.5%
    Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other 589 557 542 510 519 476 -19.2%
    Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations 4 10 15 13 14 14 250%
    Finance and Financial Management Services 54 56 72 64 51 58 7.4%
    Hospitality Administration/Management 72 48 44 43 30 19 -73.6%
    Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods 34 24 25 28 34 19 -44.1%
    Marketing 39 46 41 59 64 70 79.5%
    Other Business 190 143 136 92 51 54 -71.6%
    Pre-Business 153 123 148 148 148 120 -21.6%

Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs 412 479 439 413 331 277 -32.8%
Computer & Information Sciences & Support Services 381 387 411 474 423 449 17.8%

Education 732 736 746 814 746 618 -15.6%
    Art Teacher Education -- -- -- -- 8 10 --
    Early Childhood Education and Teaching 64 42 31 36 46 43 -32.8%
    Education, Other 55 31 42 34 36 37 -32.7%
    Education/Teaching of Individuals in Early Childhood Special Education Programs -- 2 4 5 5 4 --
    Elementary Education and Teaching 301 316 314 367 373 327 8.6%
    English/Language Arts Teacher Education -- -- -- -- 7 8 --
    History Teacher Education -- -- -- -- 5 4 --
    Learning Sciences 8 7 13 10 10 8 --
    Mathematics Teacher Education -- -- -- -- 2 1 --
    Multicultural Education -- -- -- -- -- 3 --
    Music Teacher Education -- -- -- -- 15 19 --
    Physical Education Teaching and Coaching -- -- -- -- 1 6 --
    Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education -- -- -- -- -- 1 --
    Secondary Education and Teaching 187 213 193 201 133 82 -56.1%
    Spanish Language Teacher Education -- -- -- -- 1 -- --
    Special Education and Teaching, General 117 125 149 161 94 54 -53.8%
    Technical Teacher Education -- -- -- -- 10 11 --

Engineering 667 661 618 586 543 482 -27.7%
Engineering Technologies & Engineering-Related 106 44 55 105 81 60 -43.4%
English Language and Literature/Letters 138 152 160 161 125 97 -29.7%
Exploratory/Undeclared 81 73 49 48 34 45 -44.4%
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences 198 158 162 74 78 44 -77.8%
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 48 67 53 55 42 33 -31.3%

Health Professions and Related Programs 1,293 1,332 1,380 1,398 1,285 1,051 -18.7%
    Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions -- -- 4 5 6 8 --
    Communication Disorders Sciences and Services 64 67 104 133 98 82 28.1%
    Dental Support Services and Allied Professions 21 22 36 45 32 28 33.3%
    Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Services -- -- -- 39 25 5 --
    Health and Medical Administrative Services 13 13 33 29 25 36 176.9%
    Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General 73 66 49 73 109 93 27.4%
    Health/Medical Preparatory Programs 176 184 218 186 179 151 -14.2%
    Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions 20 29 16 22 16 13 -35%
    Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration -- 9 20 11 4 4 --
    Public Health 195 207 177 151 80 56 -71.3%
    Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing 728 727 716 700 701 572 -21.4%
    Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions 3 8 7 4 10 3 --

History 72 69 87 72 61 66 -8.3%
By Discipline at Entry Continued
University CIP Discipline 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Five-Year
% Change
Homeland Security, Law Enfmt, Firefighting & Related 298 299 263 268 239 185 -37.9%
Legal Professions and Studies 39 59 51 47 26 43 10.3%
Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies & Humanities 297 270 115 116 152 113 -62.0%
Mathematics and Statistics 86 75 64 53 59 35 -59.3%
Military Technologies & Applied Sciences -- -- 62 113 94 102 --

Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies 444 500 635 533 515 468 5.4%
    Applied Science 3 2 2 3 -- -- -100%
    Comparative Cultural Studies 2 1 2 1 -- -- -100%
    Conflict Resolution -- -- 2 3 -- -- --
    Data Science -- -- -- 5 -- -- --
    Earth & Environmental Studies 10 12 6 3 -- -- -100%
    Global Health 17 14 7 6 -- -- -100%
    Global Studies 25 23 23 16 -- -- -100%
    Human Systems Engineering -- -- -- 3 -- -- --
    Innovation in Society 9 9 5 3 -- -- -100%
    Interdisciplinary Studies 341 409 550 430 -- -- -100%
    Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies -- -- -- -- 515 468 --
    Nutrition and Food Systems -- -- 3 2 -- -- --
    Nutritional Sciences 32 22 29 2 -- -- -100%
    Philosophy -- -- -- 4 -- -- --
    Pre-Nutritional Sciences -- -- -- 42 -- -- --
    Social & Cultural Analysis 5 5 2 -- -- -- -100%
    Social Justice and Human Rights -- 3 4 7 -- -- --
    Sustainable Food Systems -- -- -- 3 -- -- --

Natural Resources and Conservation 86 101 95 108 90 69 -19.8%
Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies 247 204 183 189 155 137 -44.5%
Philosophy and Religious Studies 40 40 25 30 35 24 -40%
Physical Sciences 137 164 141 128 117 124 -9.5%
Psychology 608 698 713 866 771 606 -0.3%
Public Administration and Social Service Professions 326 276 292 298 250 209 -35.9%
Science Technologies/Technicians 270 298 247 131 109 113 -58.1%

Social Sciences 422 470 450 452 363 322 -23.7%
    Anthropology 67 56 62 64 50 53 -20.9%
    Criminology 47 78 83 91 41 42 -10.6%
    Economics 82 91 66 74 59 58 -29.3%
    Other Social Science 37 54 50 38 39 25 -32.4%
    Political Science and Government 127 123 117 125 121 97 -23.6%
    Sociology 62 68 72 60 53 47 -24.2%

Visual and Performing Arts 387 402 371 351 411 417 7.8%


NOTES
* Students with 12 or more AZCC credits who entered an Arizona university as new transfers in a fall or spring semester.


SOURCE
ASSIST Data Warehouse, July 2023
New Transfers AZ
Arizona Statewide
New Transfers FROM AZ Community Colleges*
By Discipline at Entry - Sorted by 2022-23 Enrollment


University CIP Discipline 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Five-Year
% Change
Total New AZCC Transfers 10,257 10,355 10,176 10,065 9,217 7,926 -22.7%
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services 1,586 1,441 1,455 1,382 1,280 1,135 -28.4%
Health Professions and Related Programs 1,293 1,332 1,380 1,398 1,285 1,051 -18.7%
Education 732 736 746 814 746 618 -15.6%
Psychology 608 698 713 866 771 606 -0.3%
Biological and Biomedical Sciences 717 761 712 651 636 493 -31.2%
Engineering 667 661 618 586 543 482 -27.7%
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies 444 500 635 533 515 468 5.4%
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services 381 387 411 474 423 449 17.8%
Visual and Performing Arts 387 402 371 351 411 417 7.8%
Social Sciences 422 470 450 452 363 322 -23.7%
Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs 412 479 439 413 331 277 -32.8%
Public Administration and Social Service Professions 326 276 292 298 250 209 -35.9%
Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services 298 299 263 268 239 185 -37.9%
Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies 247 204 183 189 155 137 -44.5%
Physical Sciences 137 164 141 128 117 124 -9.5%
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 297 270 115 116 152 113 -62.0%
Science Technologies/Technicians 270 298 247 131 109 113 -58.1%
Military Technologies and Applied Sciences -- -- 62 113 94 102 --
English Language and Literature/Letters 138 152 160 161 125 97 -29.7%
Natural Resources and Conservation 86 101 95 108 90 69 -19.8%
History 72 69 87 72 61 66 -8.3%
Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields 106 44 55 105 81 60 -43.4%
Architecture and Related Services 85 90 92 83 77 51 -40%
Exploratory/Undeclared 81 73 49 48 34 45 -44.4%
Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences 34 34 35 42 70 44 29.4%
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences 198 158 162 74 78 44 -77.8%
Legal Professions and Studies 39 59 51 47 26 43 10.3%
Mathematics and Statistics 86 75 64 53 59 35 -59.3%
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 48 67 53 55 42 33 -31.3%
Philosophy and Religious Studies 40 40 25 30 35 24 -40%
Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender, and Group Studies 20 15 15 24 19 14 -30.0%


NOTES
* Students with 12 or more AZCC credits who entered an Arizona university as new transfers in a fall or spring semester.


SOURCE
ASSIST Data Warehouse, July 2023

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