This section provides detailed tables on additional components of medical education by race and ethnicity. These tables capture data across the medical school pipeline, including bachelor’s degree attainment and medical school application, matriculation, enrollment, and graduation. Supplemental data tables are also provided on medical school faculty. These tables incorporate AAMC and U.S. Department of Education data to highlight a range of diversity and inclusion metrics in academic medicine and medical education.

 

Longitudinal Applicant, Matriculant, Enrollment, & Graduation Tables

Table 1. U.S. medical school applicants, enrollment, and graduates, 1924–25 to 2014–15.
Table 2. U.S. medical school applicants and accepted applicants by race and ethnicity, 1970–71 through 2001–02.
Table 3A. U.S. medical school applicants and accepted applicants by race and ethnicity, 2002–03 through 2012–13 (race alone or in combination, non–Hispanic).
Table 3B. U.S. medical school applicants and accepted applicants by race and ethnicity, 2002-03 through 2012-13 (Hispanic ethnicities alone or in combination, of any race).
Table 3C. U.S. medical school applicants and accepted applicants by race and ethnicity, 2002–03 through 2012–13 (non U.S. Citizen & Permanent Resident applicants).
Table 4. U.S. medical school applicants and accepted applicants by self–Identified race and ethnicity.
Table 5. U.S. medical students first–year enrollment by race and ethnicity, 1968–69 to 2002–03.
Table 6A. U.S. medical school first–year enrollment by race and ethnicity, 2003–04 through 2012–13 (race alone or in combination, non–Hispanic).
Table 6B. U.S. medical school first-year enrollment by race and ethnicity, 2003–04 through 2012–13 (Hispanic ethnicities alone or in combination, of any race).
Table 7. U.S. medical school first-year enrollment by self-Identified race and ethnicity.
Table 8. U.S. medical school total enrollment by race and ethnicity, 1968–69 through 2001–02.
Table 9A. U.S. medical school total enrollment by race and ethnicity, 2002–03 through 2012–13 (race alone or in combination, non-Hispanic).
Table 9B. U.S. medical school total enrollment by race and ethnicity, 2002–03 through 2012–13 (Hispanic ethnicities alone or in combination, of any race).
Table 10. U.S. medical school enrollment by race, ethnicity, and sex, 2013–14 to 2015–16.
Table 11. U.S. medical schools graduates by race and ethnicity, 1971–72 to 2013–14.
Table 12. U.S. medical school women applicants, accepted applicants, and matriculants, 1960–61 to 2014–15.

Applicants, by Undergraduate Institutions Tables

Table 13. Undergraduate institutions supplying >=50 Asian applicants to U.S. medical schools, 2015.
Table 14. Undergraduate institutions supplying >=15 Black or African American applicants to U.S. medical school, 2015.
Table 15. Undergraduate institutions supplying >=15 Hispanic or Latino applicants to U.S . medical school, 2015.
Table 16. Undergraduate institutions supplying >=5 Mexican–American applicants to U.S. medical school, 2015.
Table 17. Undergraduate institutions supplying >=5 Puerto–Rican applicants to U.S. medical schools, 2015.
Table 18. Undergraduate institutions supplying >=3 American–Indian and Alaskan–Native applicants to U.S. medical school, 2015.
Table 19. Undergraduate institutions supplying >=100 White applicants to U.S. medical schools, 2015.

Applicant, Matriculant, & Graduation, by Medical School Tables

Table 20A. U.S. medical schools by number of Black or African American applications (>=300), 2015.
Table 20B. U.S. medical schools by number of Black or African–American matriculants (>=10), 2015.
Table 21A. U.S. medical schools by number of Hispanic or Latino applications (>=300), 2015.
Table 21B. U.S. medical schools by number of Hispanic or Latino matriculants (>=10), 2015.
Table 22A. U.S. medical schools by number of American Indian or Alaskan Native applications (>=6), 2015.
Table 22B. U.S. medical schools by number of American Indian or Alaskan Native matriculants, 2015.
Table 23A. U.S. medical schools by number of Asians applications (>=1,500), 2015.
Table 23B. U.S. medical schools by number of Asian matriculants (>=35), 2015.
Table 24A. U.S. medical schools by number of White applications (>=2,500), 2015.
Table 24B.: U.S. medical schools by number of White matriculants (>=90), 2015.
Table 25. U.S. medical schools with 50 or more Black or African American graduates, 2006–2015.
Table 26. U.S. medical schools with 50 or more Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish origin graduates, 2006–2015.
Table 27. U.S. medical schools with 5 or more American Indian or Alaska Native graduates, 2006–2015.
Table 28. U.S. medical schools with 200 or more Asian graduates, 2006–2015.
Table 29. U.S. medical schools with 700 or more White graduates, 2006–2015.
Table 30. U.S. medical school Black or African American applicants, matriculants, and graduates from HBCUs, 1980–2015.
Table 31. U.S. medical school applicants, acceptants, matriculants, and graduates by sex, 1980-2015.
Table 32. Medical school applicants by state, medical school, sex, race, and ethnicity, 2015.
Table 33. Medical school matriculants by state, medical school, sex, race, and ethnicity, 2015.
Table 34. U.S. medical school graduates by medical school, sex, and race/ethnicity, 2015.
Table 35. U.S. medical school M.D.–Ph.D. graduates by race/ethnicity, 1980–2015.
Table 36. Level of Educational Indebtedness of U.S. medical school graduates, by race/ethnicity and school Type, 2015.
Table 37. Specialty Preference of U.S. medical school graduates, by race/ethnicity, 2015.

Medical School Faculty Tables

Table 38A. Total full–time U.S. medical school faculty by race/ethnicity, and rank, 2015.
Table 38B. Full–time male U.S. medical school faculty by race/ethnicity and rank, 2015.
Table 38C. Full–time female U.S. medical school faculty by race/ethnicity and rank, 2015.
Table 39A. Total full-time U.S. medical school faculty by race/ethnicity, and Degree, 2015.
Table 39B. Full–time male U.S. medical school faculty by race/ethnicity and Degree, 2015.
Table 39C. Full–time female U.S. medical school faculty by race/ethnicity and Degree, 2015.
Table 40. Full–time U.S. medical school faculty by sex, race/ethnicity, and Department, 2015.

Supplemental Education Tables

Table 41. Bachelor’s degrees conferred by postsecondary institutions, by race/ethnicity and sex of student, 1997–1998 through 2013–14.
Table 42. Degrees in the health professions and related programs conferred by postsecondary institutions, by level of degree and sex of student, 1970–71 through 2013–14.
Table 43. Bachelor degrees conferred by sex, race and ethnicity, and selected major field of study, 2010–2011 through 2013–2014.