Talk:Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education
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I added the "update" notification as this article is now out of date. I'm sorry that I don't have time at the moment to make the changes but:
The new classification schemes need to be added and explained. The basic classificiation scheme needs to be updated. This is the scheme currently listed in the article but is being revised and updated. As of this moment, Carnegie hasn't released the final version of the basic classification scheme.
It would also be nice to summarize the classifications' history, the reasons why the classification was updated and changed, and how/why people use (and misuse) these classifications.
--ElKevbo 20:17, 15 February 2006 (UTC)
- Page has been updated with 2005 classifications. More history and context would be nice. --ElKevbo 16:12, 2 June 2006 (UTC)
- Thanks. Looks like they just redesigned their website. I fixed this link but I wonder how many other broken links we have throughout Wikipedia now... :( --ElKevbo (talk) 18:36, 6 November 2009 (UTC)
Master’s Colleges and Universities - doesn't make sense
At the beginning of the section, it says that to be in the section an institution must "awarded at least 50 master’s degrees in 2003–04, but fewer than 20 doctorates." Then it goes on to subdivide the main section into three groups. 1: More than 200. 2: 50-150. 3: less than 50.
If they award less than 50, they shouldn't be in the category. What about colleges that award between 150 and 200?! in which category do they fall? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 05:29, 12 October 2010 (UTC)