Course Enrollment Data

The charts below illustrate the number of graduate students from different research focus areas who enrolled in various Scripps Research Graduate Program courses. Research focus areas are the primary research disciplines of interest to individual students, as defined by the students themselves during the admissions process. In 2015, Scripps Research's Graduate Program began tracking a greater diversity of research focus areas, going from five to 12 areas that students could select. Most courses displayed below will illustrate multiple years of enrollment data. However, some courses are not offered annually and thus have fewer years of data.

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Course Enrollment by Students' Primary Research Focus