By ERIC FREEDMAN
Capital News Service
LANSING – Two universities in the state are among the top 100 nationally in the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded to African-American, Hispanic, Asian-American and Native American students, according to a new survey. The University of Michigan ranked 62nd and Michigan State ranked 87th for the 2012-13 academic year. For master’s degrees, U of M, Central Michigan and Wayne State appeared in the top 100. Thomas M. Cooley Law School, U of M and Wayne State made the top 100 for professional degrees in fields — like law, divinity and medicine – and for doctorates. Cooley and University of Detroit Mercy are the only private institutions in the state to make any of the lists.