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1 Engineering by the Numbers By Brian L. Yoder, Ph.D. Bachelor s Degrees and Enrollment Engineering bachelor s degrees rose by 6 percent in 212, reaching 88,176. Growth in degrees is expected to continue in the future, with enrollment having increased 25 percent for full-time students, and 34 percent for part-time students since 28. Only one field, engineering (general), showed a decrease in degrees awarded in 212, with a decline of 19 percent from the previous year. However, degrees awarded in civil engineering increased by only 1 percent in 212. Based on enrollment trends, the number of degrees awarded in civil engineering is expected to stay the same or decease slightly over the next few years. Some smaller fields saw double-digit percent increases in degrees awarded in 212 over the previous year, and enrollment trends favor continued growth. These fields include engineering management, up 38 percent; environmental, 3 percent; nuclear, 2 percent; and petroleum, 13 percent. Larger fields that also saw double-digit increases in 212 include electrical/computer, 13 percent; computer science, 1 percent; and chemical, 12 percent. Based on enrolment trends, degrees awarded in these fields should continue to grow into the foreseeable future. Notably, increases in computer fields and chemical reversed declines in enrollment and degrees awarded during the 2s. Master s Degrees and Enrollment Master s degrees reached another all-time high of 49,372 in 212, up 5 percent over the previous year. This trend is expected to continue, with enrollment climbing this year for the eighth year in a row. Fall 212 master s enrollment stood at 15,371, 14 percent higher than in 28 and 27 percent higher than in 25, when the trend of increased enrollment began. Civil/environmental engineering saw a particularly large increase, 14 percent, in degrees awarded in 212; Environmental engineering saw a 9 percent increase. Based on enrollment trends, both fields should award more degrees next year and then reach a plateau that will last for the following few years. Doctoral Degrees and Enrollment Doctoral degrees increased by 5 percent in 212 over 211 to reach a new all-time high of 1,35 -- a 1 percent increase since 28 and a 71 percent increase since 23. With enrollment in doctoral programs having risen by 22 percent since 28, this degree trend should continue. Mining engineering posted the largest percentage increase, 125 percent, by awarding five more doctorates than in 211. Also showing large increases over 211 were aerospace, up 52 percent; civil/environmental, up 47 percent, and engineering (general), up 27 percent. Enrollment trends indicate that awards of aerospace and engineering (general) doctorates should level off next year, while civil/environmental should continue to increase. Engineering Students from Other Countries Nonresident aliens increased their share of engineering bachelor s degrees for the third consecutive year, reaching 7.5 percent. However, their representation has declined in recent years at the master s and doctoral levels. The 43.3 percent of master s degrees awarded to nonresident aliens is the lowest since 28. Engineering doctorates awarded to nonresident aliens fell to 53.3 percent in 212, the lowest level in the last 1 years. Demographic Trends of Engineering Students The most notable demographic trend in 212 was an increase in the percentage of master s and doctoral degrees awarded to white students, which in 211 had fallen four percent from the previous year. The percentage of bachelor s degrees awarded to white students decreased again, to Black students accounted for a higher proportion of doctoral degrees than in 211, but their proportion of master s degrees decreased slightly and their percentage of bachelor s degrees stayed the same. Asian Americans received a lower percentage of doctoral and master s degrees than in 211, and earned the same 12.2 percent of bachelor s degrees. Hispanics earned 9 percent of bachelor s degrees, continuing a 1-year trend of yearly increases. Once again, as more Hispanics graduate with a bachelor s degree, we anticipate that more will also enroll in master s and doctoral programs and in coming years and will earn an increased proportion of advanced degrees. The percentage of 212 master s degrees awarded to Hispanics jumped 1 percent to 7.3. Female Engineering Students Women increased their representation at the bachelor s-degree level for the fourth straight year, earning 18.9 percent of degrees awarded in 212, up from 17.8 percent in 29. Women s enrollment in bachelor s degree programs has also increased slightly over the past few years, from 18.1 percent in 21 to 18.9 percent in 212. Based on enrollment trends, we expect to see the percentage of women receiving an engineering bachelor s degree to increase slightly over the next few years. The percentage of engineering master s degrees going to women reached a 1-year high of Over the past decade, however, that percentage has been relatively stable, dipping only to a low of 21.9 in 24. The percentage of doctoral degrees awarded to women rose slightly over 211 to 22.2, and represents an increase of almost 5 percent since 23. Based on enrollment trends, we expect the percent of doctoral degrees awarded to women to remain about the same over the next few years. Faculty Women comprise 14. percent of tenured and tenure-track faculty as of the fall of 212, continuing a slow climb from 8.9 percent in 21. The percentage of women among full professors increased from 8.7 last year to 8.9 this year. Among associate professors, their percentage increased from 15.8 last year to 16.2 this year, but among assistant professors it decreased slightly from 23. last year to 22.8 this year. Engineering faculty became slightly more diverse this year. Among tenured and tenure-track faculty, the percentage of African Americans increased from 2.5 last year to 2.7 this year; the percentage Asians rose from 24.1 to 24.6, and the percentage of Hispanics grew from 3.7 to 3.9. The number of American Indian and Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders, tenured and tenure-track, fluctuated by only a few faculty. More Data More detailed data for 342 U.S. and 11 Canadian engineering colleges can be found in the following pages of our 212 Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges book or online at Brian Yoder is director of assessment, evaluation, and institutional research for the American Society for Engineering Education. He can be contacted at

2 Bachelor s Degrees, By the Numbers Bachelor s Degrees Awarded by Engineering Discipline: 88,176* 25, 2, 2,369 15, 12,39 1, 1,12 7,371 7,245 5, 4,374 4,17 3,956 3,688 3,668 2,426 1,28 1,192 1, ,977 Mechanical Civil Electrical Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Chemical Biomedical Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Other Computer Engineering Aerospace Electrical/Computer Metallurgical & Materials Engineering (general) Petroleum Environmental Biological & Agricultural Architectural Civil/Environmental Nuclear Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Engineering Management Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) * does not include computer science (outside engineering). Percentage of Bachelor s Degrees Awarded to Women by Discipline: 18.9% of 5% 45.5% 4% 39.2% 35.% 3% 2% 12.4% 2.6% 12.7% 13.6% 32.9% 2.3% 3.2% 13.1% 13.2% 23.4% 27.1% 24.8% 15.3% 25.3% 21.% 17.3% 14.5% 15.3% 12.5% 1% 8.5% Mechanical Civil Electrical Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Chemical Biomedical Other Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Aerospace Computer Engineering Electrical/Computer Engineering (general) Metallurgical & Materials Architectural Petroleum Biological & Agricultural Civil/Environmental Environmental Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Nuclear Engineering Management Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) 12 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

3 By the Numbers Engineering Bachelor s Degrees, Engineering Bachelor s Degrees Awarded by School 1. Georgia Institute of Technology 1, Pennsylvania State University 1, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1, Purdue University 1, Texas A&M University 1, University of Michigan 1, Virginia Tech 1, North Carolina State University 1, Ohio State University 1, California Poly. State U., SLO 1, University of Texas, Austin 1, University of Florida 1,4 13. University of California, Berkeley University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of California, San Diego University of Central Florida Iowa State University University of Washington Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Cornell University Arizona State University Colorado School of Mines University of California, Los Angeles Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Maryland, College Park Rutgers University University of Wisconsin, Madison Oregon State University California State Poly. U., Pomona Michigan Technological University Clemson University University of Colorado, Boulder Louisiana State University SUNY, Buffalo Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez University of California, Davis Florida International University Texas Tech University Worcester Polytechnic Institute University of Virginia University of California, Irvine Drexel University West Virginia University Auburn University Michigan State University University of Missouri George Mason University University of Nebraska, Lincoln University of South Florida 498 Bachelor s Degrees by Gender, 212 Male 81.1% Bachelor s Degrees by Ethnicity, 212* White 66.2% Black or African American 5.1% 5.1% 5.3% 5.% 4.9% 4.7% 4.6% 4.5% 4.2% Hispanic 5.4% 5.6% 5.8% 6.% 6.2% 6.5% 6.6% 7.% 8.5% Other 7.2% 8.% 8.6% 8.5% 8.3% 8.9% 11.% 1.2% 1.6% Asian American 14.% 14.2% 14.1% 13.8% 13.3% 13.% 12.4% 12.2% 12.2% White 68.3% 67.1% 66.2% 66.7% 67.3% 66.9% 65.4% 69.8% 66.6% Unknown 5.3% 6.9% *American Indians (.4%), Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders (.2%) and Two or More (1.4%) are combined under Other. Bachelor s Degrees by Residency, 212 Permanent Resident 92.5% Asian- American 12.2% Unknown 6.4% Hispanic 9.% Female 18.9% Female 2.4% 2.3% 19.5% 19.3% 18.1% 18.% 17.8% 18.1% 18.4% Male 79.6% 79.7% 8.5% 8.7% 81.9% 82.% 82.2% 81.9% 81.6% Nonresident Alien 7.7% 7.8% 7.5% 7.2% 6.7% 6.% 6.% 6.2% 6.7% Permanent Resident 92.3% 92.2% 92.5% 92.8% 93.3% 94.% 94.% 93.8% 93.3% Other 2.% Black or Afr.- American 4.2% Nonresident Alien 7.5% 352 schools reported. 13 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

4 Engineering Bachelor s Enrollment and Degrees By the Numbers Bachelor s Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity and Gender: 88,176* 44,853 1, 9,91 71,484 16,692 8, 7,681 6, 5,237 5,734 4, 4,256 2, Nonresident Alien 1,43 Unknown 2,269 2,489 1, , Hispanic American Indian Asian American Black or Afr. American Hawaiin/Pac. Islander White 854 Two or More 26 Female Male * Includes 689 male and 31 female graduates from schools in Puerto Rico. Also includes 9 institutions that counted virtually all permanent residents in the Unknown category. Undergraduate Enrollment by Ethnicity and Gender: 54,69* 241,95 34,827 41,541 42,514 25, 51,94 47,323 97,367 2, 19,295 15, 15,121 1, 8,394 1,869 12,616 9,491 5, Nonresident Alien Unknown 3,553 Hispanic 1, American Indian Asian American Black or Afr. American 6, Hawaiin/Pac. Islander 22 White Two or More * Includes 4,479 male and 1,48 female enrolled students from schools in Puerto Rico. Enrollment is for full-time students. Also includes 6 institutions that counted virtually all permanent residents in the Unknown category. 3,46 Female Male 14 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

5 By the Numbers Engineering Bachelor s Degrees, Bachelor s Degrees Awarded to Women by School 1. Georgia Institute of Technology University of Michigan Purdue University Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Texas A&M University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Pennsylvania State University Cornell University University of Texas, Austin University of Florida University of California, Berkeley Virginia Tech University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez North Carolina State University University of Washington Colorado School of Mines Ohio State University California Poly. State U., SLO University of Virginia Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of California, San Diego University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Stanford University Worcester Polytechnic Institute University of California, Los Angeles Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Arizona State University University of California, Davis Michigan Technological University Iowa State University University of Southern California Columbia University Rutgers University University of California, Irvine University of Pennsylvania University of Wisconsin, Madison University of Colorado, Boulder Stony Brook University Clemson University University of Maryland, College Park University of Pittsburgh Louisiana State University Florida International University Northwestern University Drexel University Johns Hopkins University William Marsh Rice University University of Central Florida Lehigh University Carnegie Mellon University schools reported. 352 schools reported. Percentage of Bachelor s Degrees Awarded to Women by School* 1 Franklin W. Olin College of Eng. 46.3% 2 Howard University 42.4% 3 Massachusetts Inst. of Technology 41.7% 4 William Marsh Rice University 41.2% 5 George Washington University 41.1% 6 California Institute of Technology 4.3% 7 Harvey Mudd College 38.5% 8 Yale University 38.2% 9 Harvard University 34.2% 1 Princeton University 33.5% 11 Alabama A&M University 33.3% 12 University of Pennsylvania 33.2% 13 North Carolina A&T State University 33.% 13 University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 33.% 15 University of New Haven 32.9% 16 Northwestern University 32.3% 17 Tufts University 32.% 18 Cornell University 31.8% 19 Stanford University 31.7% 2 Johns Hopkins University 31.3% *Minimum of 5 total bachelor's degrees awarded. 272 schools fit this criterion. Bachelor s Degrees Awarded to Black or African-Americans by School 1. North Carolina A&T State Univ Georgia Institute of Technology Prairie View A&M University 9 4. Alabama A&M University Morgan State University North Carolina State University Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Florida International University FAMU-FSU College of Engineering Southern University and A&M College Howard University University of Florida University of Central Florida Florida Atlantic University University of Maryland, College Park Rutgers University Tuskegee University Auburn University City College of the CUNY Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Jackson State University 37 Bachelor s Degrees Awarded to Asian-Americans by School 1. University of California, Berkeley University of California, San Diego University of California, Los Angeles Georgia Institute of Technology University of California, Davis University of Texas, Austin University of Washington Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign California State Poly. U., Pomona Rutgers University University of Michigan California Poly. State U., SLO San Jose State University Cornell University Stony Brook University George Mason University University of Maryland, College Park Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of Southern California Virginia Tech California State Univ., Long Beach schools reported. Bachelor s Degrees Awarded to Hispanics by School 1. University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Florida International University Polytechnic Univ. of Puerto Rico University of Texas, El Paso Texas A&M University University of Florida California State Poly. U., Pomona University of Texas, Austin University of Central Florida University of Texas, Pan American California Poly. State U., SLO Arizona State University Texas A&M University, Kingsville Georgia Institute of Technology Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of South Florida California State Univ., Long Beach University of Texas, San Antonio Texas Tech University New Mexico State University schools reported. 15 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

6 Engineering Bachelor s Degrees, By the Numbers Aerospace Engineering Degrees Awarded by School Chemical Engineering Degrees Awarded by School Civil Engineering Degrees Awarded by School 1. Embry Riddle Aero. U., Daytona Beach Purdue University Georgia Institute of Technology University of Michigan U.S. Air Force Academy University of Texas, Austin Texas A&M University Pennsylvania State University Virginia Tech Iowa State University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of Florida Embry Riddle Aero. U., Prescott California Poly. State U., SLO University of Maryland, College Park University of Minnesota, Twin Cities U.S. Naval Academy Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Colorado, Boulder North Carolina State University schools reported. Biomedical Engineering Degrees Awarded by School 1. University of California, San Diego Georgia Institute of Technology Duke University University of California, Irvine University of California, Berkeley Johns Hopkins University Rutgers University Washington University in St. Louis 1 9. California Poly. State U., SLO Boston University University of Pennsylvania Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Texas, Austin University of Michigan University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Arizona State University Drexel University University of Connecticut Case Western Reserve University Worcester Polytechnic Institute Clemson University schools reported. 1. North Carolina State University Virginia Tech Purdue University California State Poly. U., Pomona Texas A&M University Texas A&M University University of Michigan Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology Ohio State University Purdue University University of Texas, Austin Pennsylvania State University Pennsylvania State University North Carolina State University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities California Poly. State U., SLO University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez University of Florida Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of California, Davis University of Colorado, Boulder University of Central Florida Colorado School of Mines Clemson University University of California, Berkeley Michigan Technological University University of Florida Ohio State University University of California, Los Angeles University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez University of Wisconsin, Madison Iowa State University Brigham Young University FAMU-FSU College of Engineering Virginia Tech SUNY, Buffalo Iowa State University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Northeastern University Manhattan College University of Pittsburgh University of California, San Diego Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of Washington Michigan Technological University University of Alabama Worcester Polytechnic Institute University of California, Berkeley Montana State University Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Cornell University University of California, Irvine Arizona State University Washington State University University of California, Davis University of Wisconsin, Madison Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst 7 3. University of South Florida Rutgers University Rutgers University University of Notre Dame University of Texas, Austin Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Texas Tech University University of Delaware University of Maryland, College Park Louisiana State University Oregon State University Michigan State University University of Kentucky Auburn University University of Missouri Carnegie Mellon University University of Nebraska, Lincoln Drexel University University of Michigan University of Washington California State Univ., Sacramento Oregon State University San Diego State University University of Alabama Auburn University Johns Hopkins University San Jose State University Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Brigham Young University University of Kansas University of California, Los Angeles University of South Florida Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst University of Oklahoma University of New Hampshire University of Virginia Florida International University University of Maryland, College Park Colorado State University Mississippi State University University of Wisconsin, Platteville schools reported. 218 schools reported. 16 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

7 By the Numbers Engineering Bachelor s Degrees, Industrial/Manufacturing/ Systems Engineering Degrees Awarded by School 1. Georgia Institute of Technology University of Michigan Pennsylvania State University Purdue University Texas A&M University Virginia Tech University of Florida Ohio State University Northwestern University West Virginia University California Poly. State U., SLO SUNY, Binghamton Cornell University University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Columbia University University of Wisconsin, Madison Stanford University University of California, Berkeley University of Southern California Polytechnic Univ. of Puerto Rico Arizona State University Clemson University University of Washington University of Central Florida University of Pittsburgh North Carolina State University University of Arizona California State Poly. U., Pomona Iowa State University Auburn University Kansas State University University of Arkansas Lehigh University University of Missouri University of South Florida Indiana Institute of Technology North Dakota State University Rochester Institute of Technology University of Texas, El Paso FAMU-FSU College of Engineering SUNY, Buffalo Mississippi State University Rutgers University Oregon State University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Iowa Northeastern University University of Tennessee, Knoxville Texas Tech University University of Texas, Arlington 3 Mechanical Engineering Degrees Awarded by School 1. Georgia Institute of Technology Purdue University Virginia Tech Ohio State University Pennsylvania State University Texas A&M University University of Florida Iowa State University University of Texas, Austin California Poly. State U., SLO North Carolina State University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Central Florida University of Maryland, College Park Texas Tech University University of California, San Diego Michigan Technological University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Michigan University of California, Berkeley Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Kettering University Rutgers University University of California, Davis University of Wisconsin, Madison Clemson University Worcester Polytechnic Institute Rochester Institute of Technology Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Arizona State University Michigan State University Brigham Young University Colorado School of Mines SUNY, Buffalo Northeastern University California State Poly. U., Pomona University of Kentucky University of Utah University of Colorado, Boulder Rose-Hulman Inst. of Technology Univ. of North Carolina, Charlotte University of South Florida University of Connecticut University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Oregon State University Drexel University Washington State University University of Missouri University of Cincinnati schools reported. Electrical Engineering Degrees Awarded by School 1. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Georgia Institute of Technology Pennsylvania State University University of California, Los Angeles Purdue University University of Washington North Carolina State University University of Texas, Dallas University of Maryland, College Park University of Michigan University of Minnesota, Twin Cities California Poly. State U., SLO California State Poly. U., Pomona University of Florida University of Central Florida University of California, San Diego Texas A&M University Arizona State University California State Univ., Los Angeles Michigan Technological University Florida International University Virginia Tech SUNY, Buffalo University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Auburn University Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech North Dakota State University San Jose State University University of South Florida University of Illinois, Chicago Rochester Institute of Technology City College of the CUNY Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Texas, El Paso Iowa State University University of Texas, Arlington Northeastern University University of California, Irvine Polytechnic Univ. of Puerto Rico University of Wisconsin, Madison Louisiana State University California State Univ., Long Beach Portland State University Drexel University Texas Tech University University of Texas, San Antonio University of Massachusetts, Lowell University of California, Davis Kettering University University of Pittsburgh George Mason University schools reported. 259 schools reported. 17 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

8 Engineering Bachelor s Degrees, By the Numbers Computer Engineering Degrees Awarded by School 1. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign North Carolina State University Iowa State University University of Michigan University of Florida Georgia Institute of Technology Purdue University University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Virginia Tech California Poly. State U., SLO Rochester Institute of Technology University of Central Florida San Jose State University University of Washington Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Florida International University Arizona State University University of Wisconsin, Madison University of Pittsburgh University of Alabama, Huntsville University of South Florida Santa Clara University University of Nebraska, Lincoln Pennsylvania State University University of California, Santa Cruz University of Maryland, College Park Northeastern University SUNY, Buffalo Polytechnic Univ. of Puerto Rico West Virginia University Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst North Dakota State University San Diego State University University of Michigan, Dearborn Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County SUNY, Binghamton Drexel University Milwaukee School of Engineering Clemson University Indiana U. Purdue U., Indianapolis Kettering University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Virginia University of Arizona Michigan State University Michigan Technological University Univ. of North Carolina, Charlotte New Jersey Institute of Technology California State Poly. U., Pomona schools reported. Electrical/Computer Engineering Degrees Awarded by School 1. University of Texas, Austin University of California, Berkeley Ohio State University Rutgers University Carnegie Mellon University Oregon State University Worcester Polytechnic Institute Cornell University Colorado School of Mines Brigham Young University Massachusetts Inst. of Technology New York Institute of Technology Duke University Oklahoma State University University of Colorado, Boulder University of Louisiana, Lafayette University of Akron University of Pennsylvania Colorado State University Temple University schools reported. Computer Science (outside eng.) Degrees Awarded by School* 1. University of California, Irvine Georgia Institute of Technology University of Texas, Austin University of Maryland, College Park New Jersey Inst. of Technology Carnegie Mellon University University of Wisconsin, Madison University of California, Berkeley Rochester Institute of Technology Rutgers University San Jose State University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Purdue University Northeastern University Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst Brigham Young University University of California, Davis Worcester Polytechnic Institute Michigan Technological University University of Houston 53 56schools reported. *ASEE collects only a fraction of all computer science degrees awarded outside of engineering colleges. Computer Science (inside eng.) Degrees Awarded by School 1. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of California, San Diego University of Central Florida Florida International University University of Michigan University of Texas, Dallas Stanford University Stony Brook University Ohio State University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Washington Virginia Tech North Carolina State University University of California-Santa Cruz Massachusetts Inst. of Technology SUNY, Binghamton Texas A&M University University of California, Los Angeles University of Missouri Cornell University Arizona State University Oregon State University University of Southern California Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County University of California, Berkeley Univ. of California, Santa Barbara University of Utah Michigan State University California Poly. State U., SLO Florida Atlantic University George Mason University University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University SUNY, Buffalo University of Texas, Arlington Portland State University Auburn University Wright State University Drexel University University of South Florida University of Nevada, Las Vegas Oakland University Princeton University New York Institute of Technology University of North Texas University of Virginia University of Colorado, Boulder Kansas State University University of Michigan, Dearborn California State Univ., Los Angeles University of California, Davis schools reported. 18 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

9 By the Numbers Engineering Undergraduate Enrollment, Fall 212 Undergraduate Enrollment by School* 1. Georgia Institute of Technology 9,69 2. Pennsylvania State University 9,1 3. Texas A&M University 7, Purdue University 7, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 7, Ohio State University 7,22 7. Virginia Tech 6, University of Central Florida 6,72 9. Iowa State University 6,64 1. North Carolina State University 6, University of Michigan 5, Arizona State University 5, University of Florida 5, University of California, San Diego 5, University of Texas, Austin 5, California Poly. State U., SLO 5, Oregon State University 5, Clemson University 4, Florida International University 4, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 4, University of Washington 4, Louisiana State University 4, Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech. 4, California State Poly. U., Pomona 4, Auburn University 4, Drexel University 4, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 4, Colorado School of Mines 4, University of Wisconsin, Madison 4,55 3. Texas Tech University 3, University of Houston 3, University of Alabama 3, University of California, Berkeley 3, West Virginia University 3, University of California, Davis 3, California State Univ., Long Beach 3, University of Colorado, Boulder 3, Michigan Technological University 3, University of Utah 3, Michigan State University 3, Rutgers University 3, University of South Florida 3, University of California, Los Angeles 3, Washington State University 3, Cornell University 3, Kansas State University 3, University of Oklahoma 3, Polytechnic Univ. of Puerto Rico 3, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 3,17 5. University of Nebraska, Lincoln 2, University of California, Irvine 2, George Mason University 2, Stanford University 2, San Jose State University 2, SUNY, Buffalo 2, University of Maryland, College Park 2, Rochester Institute of Technology 2, University of Texas, Arlington 2, University of Wisconsin, Platteville 2,82 6. University of Missouri 2, Oklahoma State University 2, University of Arkansas 2, University of Kentucky 2, Northeastern University 2, Mississippi State University 2, California State U., Northridge 2, schools reported. *Some schools do not permit formal enrollment in their engineering colleges until the second or third year. Enrollment is full-time plus part-time students. Undergraduate Enrollment by Discipline:* 54,69 12, 1, 8, 11,379 85,113 6, 4, 53,82 47,95 42,296 39,448 2, * Enrollment is for full-time bachelor s degree candidates in engineering. 27,981 25,884 19,42 16,851 6,233 5,589 Mechanical Electrical/Computer Civil Other Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Chemical Engineering (general) Biomedical Aerospace Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Petroleum Metallurgical & Materials Environmental Biological & Agricultural 19 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at 4,97 4,245 3,773 3,195 3,174 2,468 1,528 1,174 Civil/Environmental Architectural Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Nuclear Engineering Management Mining

10 Engineering Master's Degrees, By the Numbers Master s Degrees Awarded by Discipline: 49,372* 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 6,572 6,237 5,756 5,2 4,852 3,824 3,362 2,665 Electrical Mechanical Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Civil Other Electrical/Computer Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Engineering Management Computer * does not include computer science (outside engineering). 1,963 1,89 Biomedical Aerospace 1,443 1, Chemical Metallurgical & Materials Environmental Engineering (general) Civil/Environmental Petroleum Nuclear ,1 Biological & Agricultural Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Architectural Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) Percentage of Master s Degrees Awarded to Women by Discipline: 23.1% of 5% 4% 39.8% 36.5% 44.8% 37.2% 3% 2% 18.8% 12.9% 26.1% 25.1% 22.4% 19.2% 27.3% 26.3% 22.6% 13.3% 32.9% 22.5% 15.6% 32.1% 16.5% 21.% 23.3% 18.4% 25.1% 1% Electrical Mechanical Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Other Civil Electrical/Computer Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Engineering Management Computer Biomedical Aerospace Chemical Metallurgical & Materials Engineering (general) Environmental Nuclear Civil/Environmental Petroleum Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Biological & Agricultural Architectural Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) 2 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

11 By the Numbers Engineering Master's Degrees, Engineering Master s Degrees Awarded by School 1. University of Southern California 1, Stanford University 1, University of Michigan 1,93 4. Georgia Institute of Technology 1,44 5. University of Florida Johns Hopkins University Columbia University Stevens Institute of Technology Polytechnic Institute of NYU North Carolina State University Cornell University San Jose State University Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Carnegie Mellon University Arizona State University Texas A&M University Purdue University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of Pennsylvania University of California, Los Angeles New Jersey Inst. of Technology George Washington University University of Colorado, Boulder George Mason University University of California, Berkeley Virginia Tech University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Ohio State University University of Texas, Austin Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech University of Washington SUNY, Buffalo Illinois Institute of Technology University of Maryland, College Park University of Wisconsin, Madison Northeastern University University of Central Florida University of Texas, Arlington University of Texas, Dallas Pennsylvania State University Worcester Polytechnic Institute University of California, San Diego Stony Brook University Northwestern University Southern Methodist University Colorado School of Mines Drexel University Santa Clara University Air Force Institute of Technology University of Bridgeport 39 Master's Degrees by Gender, 212 Master's Degrees by Ethnicity, 212* White 59.7% Master's Degrees by Residency, 212 Male 76.9% Female 23.1% Female 22.3% 21.9% 22.7% 22.5% 22.4% 23.% 23.% 22.6% 22.6% Male 77.7% 78.1% 77.3% 77.5% 77.6% 77.% 77.% 77.4% 77.4% Asian- American 14.5% Unknown 11.8% Hispanic 7.3% Black or African American 4.6% 4.3% 4.6% 4.4% 4.6% 4.8% 4.7% 5.1% 4.9% Hispanic 4.3% 4.5% 5.% 4.7% 5.2% 5.4% 5.3% 6.% 6.3% Other 12.1% 14.1% 14.4% 15.7% 15.2% 15.1% 17.4% 1.4% 1.5% Asian American 15.8% 16.8% 17.7% 16.5% 16.5% 15.4% 15.1% 14.9% 15.5% White 63.2% 6.3% 58.3% 58.7% 58.5% 59.3% 57.5% 6.9% 58.2% Unknown 11.7% 13.6% Permanent Resident 56.7% Nonresident Alien 43.3% Other 2.% Black or Afr.- American 4.7% * Data on ethnicity does not include foreign nationals. American Indians (.3%), Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders (.2%) and Two or More (1.5%) are combined under Other Nonresident Alien 46.% 45.5% 42.6% 39.8% 38.7% 41.7% 44.1% 46.1% 44.4% Permanent Resident 54.% 54.5% 57.4% 6.2% 61.3% 58.3% 55.9% 53.9% 55.6% 266 schools reported. 21 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

12 Engineering Master's Enrollment and Degrees By the Numbers Master s Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity and Gender: 49,372* 5, 15,974 5,397 13,62 37,952 11,42 4, 3, 2,569 2,98 3,85 2, 1,53 1, Nonresident Alien 1, Unknown Hispanic * Includes 139 male and 7 female graduates from schools in Puerto Rico. American Indian Asian American Black or Afr. American Hawaiin/Pac. Islander 14 White Two or More Female Male Master's Enrollment by Ethnicity and Gender: 15,371* 81,158 8, 33,635 12,24 29,394 24,213 7, 6, 5,992 6,522 5, 4, 4,457 4,8 3, 2, 1, Nonresident Alien Unknown 2,61 2,344 1,18 1, Hispanic American Indian Asian American Black or Afr. American Hawaiin/Pac. Islander White 929 Two or More 32 Female Male * Includes 184 Hispanic male and 76 Hispanic female enrolled students from schools in Puerto Rico. 22 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

13 By the Numbers Engineering Graduate Enrollment and Degrees Percentage of Master s Degrees Awarded to Women by School* 1. Yale University 51.4% 2. Loyola Marymount University 42.1% 3. Virginia Commonwealth University 4.9% 4. William Marsh Rice University 39.8% 5. North Carolina A&T State Univ. 38.1% 6. Catholic University of America 37.2% 7. University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 36.% 8. South Dakota School of Mines and Tech. 35.1% 9. Northwestern University 34.5% 1. Duke University 34.4% 11. San Diego State University 34.2% 12. Polytechnic Univ. of Puerto Rico 32.1% 13. Tufts University 32.% 14. University of Hawaii, Manoa 31.6% 14. University of Texas, Tyler 31.6% 16. Florida International University 3.9% 17. San Jose State University 3.8% 18. University of Rochester 3.7% 19. Stony Brook University 3.6% 19. University of Mississippi 3.6% *Minimum of 35 master's degrees awarded. 211 schools fit this criterion. Percentage of Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Women by School* 1. Syracuse University 39.3% 2. Northeastern University 37.5% 3. University of California, Santa Cruz 37.1% 4. Stevens Institute of Technology 36.7% 5. University of Iowa 36.6% 6. Tufts University 35.5% 6. City College of the CUNY 35.5% 8. New Jersey Inst. of Technology 34.1% 9. University of South Florida 34.% 1. Florida International University 32.3% 11. Virginia Commonwealth University 32.1% 12. Northwestern University 31.8% 13. University of Delaware 31.7% 14. Duke University 31.6% 15. University of Alabama, Huntsville 3.8% 16. Colorado School of Mines 3.5% 17. Rutgers University 29.8% 18. Yale University 29.6% 19. Stony Brook University 29.4% 2. University of Rochester 29.3% *Minimum of 25 total doctoral degrees awarded. 111 schools fit this criterion. Graduate Enrollment by School* 1. University of Southern California 4, Georgia Institute of Technology 3,94 3. Stanford University 3, Johns Hopkins University 3, University of Michigan 3, Massachusetts Inst. of Technology 3, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2, University of Florida 2, North Carolina State University 2, Texas A&M University 2, Purdue University 2, Arizona State University 2, Columbia University 2, Virginia Tech 2, University of Texas, Austin 2, Polytechnic Institute of NYU 2, University of Washington 2,3 18. University of Maryland, College Park 2, Carnegie Mellon University 1, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 1, Pennsylvania State University 1, University of California, Berkeley 1, University of Texas, Dallas 1, University of California, Los Angeles 1, Cornell University 1, Ohio State University 1, University of Pennsylvania 1, Northwestern University 1, Northeastern University 1, University of California, San Diego 1, University of Colorado, Boulder 1, Stevens Institute of Technology 1, George Mason University 1, San Jose State University 1, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1, George Washington University 1, Colorado School of Mines 1, New Jersey Inst. of Technology 1, SUNY, Buffalo 1, Clemson University 1, University of Texas, Arlington 1, University of Central Florida 1, Stony Brook University 1, University of California, Davis 1, Drexel University 1, University of Illinois, Chicago 1, University of Utah 1, Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech. 1, Illinois Institute of Technology 1,33 5. Iowa State University 1, total schools reported. *includes both full-time and part-time Engineering Doctoral Degrees Awarded By School 1. Georgia Institute of Technology Stanford University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of Michigan University of California, Berkeley Texas A&M University Purdue University University of Texas, Austin University of Florida Virginia Tech Pennsylvania State University University of Southern California University of California, Los Angeles University of California, San Diego North Carolina State University Ohio State University Northwestern University Cornell University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Wisconsin, Madison University of Maryland, College Park Arizona State University University of Washington University of California, Davis Iowa State University Carnegie Mellon University Columbia University Johns Hopkins University Clemson University University of Colorado, Boulder University of California, Irvine University of Virginia University of Delaware Princeton University University of Utah William Marsh Rice University University of Texas, Dallas University of California, Santa Barbara University of California, Riverside Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute California Institute of Technology University of Arizona University of Illinois, Chicago Stony Brook University Michigan State University University of Cincinnati Drexel University University of Texas, Arlington Auburn University total schools reported. 23 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

14 Engineering Doctoral Enrollment and Degrees By the Numbers Doctoral Degrees Awarded by Discipline: 1,35* 1,5 1,2 1,323 1,197 1, * does not include computer science (outside engineering) Mechanical Electrical/Computer Electrical Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Chemical Biomedical Civil Metallurgical & Materials Other Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Aerospace Computer Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Biological & Agricultural Environmental Civil/Environmental Nuclear Engineering (general) Petroleum Engineering Management Architectural Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) Percentage of Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Women by Discipline: 22.2% 5% 4% 36.2% 36.6% 39.1% 3% 32.7% 28.% 25.6% 25.7% 23.% 3.4% 23.6% 25.% 2% 18.1% 17.7% 14.7% 15.8% 14.2%14.1% 21.6% 13.4% 18.2% 17.6% 18.7% 1% 11.1% Mechanical Electrical/Computer Electrical Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Chemical Biomedical Civil Metallurgical & Materials Other Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Aerospace Computer Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Environmental Nuclear Biological & Agricultural Civil/Environmental Engineering (general) Petroleum Engineering Management Architectural Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) 24 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

15 By the Numbers Engineering Doctoral Degrees, Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Nonresident Aliens by School 1. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Georgia Institute of Technology Texas A&M University Stanford University University of Florida University of Michigan Purdue University Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of Texas, Austin Pennsylvania State University University of Southern California Virginia Tech Ohio State University University of California, Berkeley Iowa State University Arizona State University North Carolina State University University of California, Los Angeles University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Maryland, College Park Carnegie Mellon University University of California, San Diego Cornell University Northwestern University University of Wisconsin, Madison University of Cincinnati University of Delaware Stony Brook University Columbia University Clemson University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of California, Davis University of Illinois, Chicago Johns Hopkins University Auburn University University of Washington Michigan State University University of Texas, Arlington University of Texas, Dallas University of Connecticut Princeton University University of Tennessee, Knoxville University of California, Santa Barbara University of Central Florida SUNY, Buffalo University of Arizona University of Utah Northeastern University University of Nebraska, Lincoln University of Pittsburgh 34 Doctoral Degrees by Gender, 212 Doctoral Degrees by Ethnicity, 212* White 61.1% Male 77.8% Doctoral Degrees by Residency, 212 Permanent Resident 46.7% Unknown 14.9% Asian- American 14.1% Female 22.2% Female 17.4% 17.8% 18.3% 2.2% 2.8% 21.1% 21.2% 22.9% 21.8% Male 82.6% 82.2% 81.7% 79.8% 79.2% 78.9% 78.8% 77.1% 78.2% Hispanic 4.1% Black or African American 3.4% 3.8% 3.7% 3.7% 3.6% 3.2% 3.8% 4.4% 3.5% Hispanic 3.6% 3.5% 3.7% 3.% 3.5% 3.6% 3.8% 5.2% 4.2% Other 11.9% 14.% 14.2% 15.1% 18.7% 19.5% 17.6% 1.% 1.6% Asian American 13.4% 14.% 14.4% 16.6% 12.% 12.4% 13.2% 14.% 15.1% White 66.7% 64.7% 64.% 61.6% 62.2% 61.3% 61.6% 65.7% 6.3% Unknown 9.7% 5.3% Nonresident Alien 53.3% Other 1.7% Black or Afr.- American 4.1% * Data on ethnicity does not include foreign nationals. American Indians (.3%), Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders (.3%) and Two or More (1.1%) are combined under Other Nonresident Alien 55.2% 57.8% 59.4% 61.7% 61.6% 58.3% 55.1% 54.2% 54.2% Permanent Resident 44.8% 42.2% 4.6% 38.3% 38.4% 41.7% 44.9% 45.8% 45.8% 196 schools reported. 25 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

16 Engineering Doctoral Enrollment and Degrees By the Numbers Doctoral Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity and Gender: 1,35* 7,84 4,241 1,81 2,224 2, Nonresident Alien Unknown Hispanic American Indian Asian American Black or Afr. American Hawaiin/Pac. Islander White Two or More Female Male * Includes 5 male and 7 female graduates from University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez. Doctoral Enrollment by Ethnicity and Gender: 72,245* 55,38 29,834 16,336 16,937 8, 8,911 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2,947 3,173 4,553 2, 1,55 1,35 Female 1, Nonresident Alien Unknown Hispanic American Indian 919 Asian American Black or Afr. American Hawaiin/Pac. Islander White Two or More Male * Includes 51 Hispanic male and 4 Hispanic female enrolled students from schools in Puerto Rico. 26 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

17 By the Numbers Engineering Degrees, Engineering Bachelor's Degrees Awarded by School (excluding Computer Science) 1. Georgia Institute of Technology 1, Pennsylvania State University 1, Purdue University 1, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1, Texas A&M University 1, University of Michigan 1, Virginia Tech 1, North Carolina State University 1, University of Texas, Austin 1,71 1. California Poly. State U., SLO 1,1 11. University of Florida 1, 12. Ohio State University University of California, Berkeley Iowa State University Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Colorado School of Mines University of Washington Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Maryland, College Park Rutgers University University of California, San Diego University of Central Florida Arizona State University University of Wisconsin, Madison Cornell University California State Poly. U., Pomona Michigan Technological University Louisiana State University University of California, Los Angeles University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Clemson University University of Colorado, Boulder Oregon State University SUNY, Buffalo Worcester Polytechnic Institute University of California, Davis Texas Tech University University of California, Irvine University of Virginia Massachusetts Inst. of Technology West Virginia University Drexel University University of Nebraska, Lincoln University of Pittsburgh University of Arizona Auburn University University of South Florida University of Tennessee, Knoxville Michigan State University 441 Engineering Master's Degrees Awarded by School (excluding Computer Science) 1. University of Southern California 1, University of Michigan 1,93 3. Georgia Institute of Technology 1,44 4. Stanford University University of Florida San Jose State University Stevens Institute of Technology Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Johns Hopkins University Carnegie Mellon University Columbia University Cornell University Polytechnic Institute of NYU Purdue University North Carolina State University Arizona State University New Jersey Inst. of Technology Texas A&M University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of California, Berkeley University of Texas, Austin Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech University of Washington University of Colorado, Boulder George Washington University Virginia Tech University of California, Los Angeles Illinois Institute of Technology University of Maryland, College Park George Mason University University of Wisconsin, Madison Northeastern University University of Pennsylvania University of Central Florida Worcester Polytechnic Institute Ohio State University Pennsylvania State University University of Texas, Arlington Northwestern University Colorado School of Mines University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Santa Clara University SUNY, Buffalo Drexel University Southern Methodist University University of California, San Diego Air Force Institute of Technology Iowa State University Clemson University Florida International University schools reported. 264 schools reported. 194 schools reported. Engineering Doctoral Degrees Awarded by School (excluding Computer Science) 1. Georgia Institute of Technology Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Stanford University University of Michigan Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Purdue University University of California, Berkeley University of Texas, Austin University of Florida Texas A&M University Virginia Tech Pennsylvania State University University of Southern California North Carolina State University University of California, Los Angeles University of Wisconsin, Madison University of Maryland, College Park Ohio State University Northwestern University University of California, San Diego University of Washington Iowa State University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Carnegie Mellon University Cornell University Arizona State University University of California, Davis University of California, Irvine Johns Hopkins University University of Colorado, Boulder 8 3. Clemson University Columbia University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute William Marsh Rice University University of Arizona California Institute of Technology University of Delaware University of Cincinnati University of Utah University of Virginia Princeton University Drexel University Univ. of California, Santa Barbara Colorado School of Mines University of Tennessee, Knoxville University of California, Riverside Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst Rutgers University University of Illinois, Chicago University of Notre Dame 56 Note: All enrollment and degree data in this book includes computer science programs administered by the engineering colleges. This page displays the largest degree programs at each level without the computer science programs. 27 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

18 Engineering Faculty, Fall 212 By the Numbers Number of Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty by Discipline: 25,179* 6, 5,69 5, 4,496 4, 3, 2,559 2,443 2, 1,95 1,597 1, * does not include computer science (outside engineering). 1,311 1, Electrical/Computer Mechanical Civil Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Chemical Other Biomedical Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Metallurgical & Materials Civil/Environmental Aerospace Engineering (general) Biological & Agricultural 37 Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Environmental Nuclear Architectural Petroleum Engineering Management Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) Percentage of Women Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty by Discipline: 14.% 25% 25.3% 2% 15% 16.4% 15.1% 15.3% 15.5% 2.4% 18.3% 14.% 17.% 16.5% 18.6% 12.4% 16% 17.3% 13.2% 16.% 11.6% 1.7% 1% 9.7% 8.6% 9.8% 5% Electrical/Computer Mechanical Civil Computer Sci. (inside eng.) Chemical Other Biomedical Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Metallurgical & Materials Aerospace Civil/Environmental Biological & Agricultural Engineering (general) Eng. Science & Eng. Physics Environmental Nuclear Architectural Engineering Management Petroleum Mining Computer Sci. (outside eng.) 28 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

19 By the Numbers Engineering Faculty, Fall 212 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Members by School 1. Georgia Institute of Technology Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of Michigan Pennsylvania State University Virginia Tech North Carolina State University Texas A&M University Purdue University University of Texas, Austin Ohio State University University of Florida Cornell University Iowa State University University of Washington University of California, Berkeley Stanford University University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Arizona State University Clemson University University of California, Davis University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez University of California, San Diego Northwestern University University of Maryland, College Park University of Wisconsin, Madison Colorado School of Mines University of Southern California University of Nebraska, Lincoln Michigan State University University of Arizona University of Colorado, Boulder Wentworth Institute of Technology University of Tennessee, Knoxville University of Utah University of California, Los Angeles Johns Hopkins University Carnegie Mellon University Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech Columbia University Auburn University University of Kentucky SUNY, Buffalo Rutgers University California Poly. State U., SLO Oregon State University Michigan Technological University University of Texas, Arlington University of Delaware University of Connecticut Princeton University schools reported. Number of Teaching Personnel by Rank: 29,757 15, 12, 9, 6, 3, 12,435 Full Professor 14.% 7,24 Associate Professor 5,54 Assistant Professor 8.9% Full Professor Associate Professor 2,865 Nontenure-Track Personnel 16.2% 1,713 Full- Equivalent of All Part- Personnel Percentage of Women Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty by Level 25% 2% 15% 1% 5% All Faculty 22.8% Assistant Professor 29 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at

20 Engineering Faculty, Fall 212 By the Numbers Percentage of Women Tenured/ Tenure-Track Faculty by School* 1. Franklin W. Olin College of Eng. 36.4% 2. Santa Clara University 33.3% 3. Rowan University 3.3% 4. Oakland University 29.6% 5. University of Louisiana, Lafayette 29.3% 6. California State Univ., Los Angeles 26.7% 6. University of the Pacific 26.7% 8. OHSU Dept. of Science & Engineering 26.2% 9. University of Vermont 25.% 9. University of Hartford 25.% 11. Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County 24.6% 12. Boise State University 24.5% 13. San Jose State University 23.6% 14. New York Institute of Technology 23.3% 14. Miami University 23.3% 16. Tufts University 23.% 17. William Marsh Rice University 22.9% 18. Bucknell University 22.7% 19. University of New Haven 22.6% 19. Mercer University 22.6% 21. Arizona State U., Coll of Tech. & Innov. 21.4% 22. California State Univ., Long Beach 2.8% 23. University of New Hampshire 2.7% 24. University of Washington 2.3% 24. Villanova University 2.3% 26. U.S. Coast Guard Academy 2.% 26. Grand Valley State University 2.% 28. Drexel University 19.8% 29. Western Michigan University 19.2% 3. University of California, Davis 18.8% 31. University of Massachusetts, Lowell 18.4% 31. University of Colorado, Boulder 18.4% 33. University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 18.3% 33. Clarkson University 18.3% 35. Arizona State University 18.2% 35. Polytechnic Univ. of Puerto Rico 18.2% 37. Kettering University 18.% 37. Rose-Hulman Inst. of Technology 18.% 37. Univ. of Massachusetts, Dartmouth 18.% 4. George Washington University 17.9% 4. Jackson State University 17.9% 42. California State University, Sacramento 17.8% 43. U.S. Naval Academy 17.7% 43. California Poly. State U., SLO 17.7% 43. Wentworth Institute of Technology 17.7% 46. Lawrence Technological University 17.6% 46. California State Poly. U., Pomona 17.6% 46. Milwaukee School of Engineering 17.6% 46. Clemson University 17.6% 5. University of California, Santa Cruz 17.5% *Minimum of 25 faculty members. 246 schools fit this criterion. Women Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty by School 1. Georgia Institute of Technology Massachusetts Inst. of Technology University of Michigan Pennsylvania State University Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Purdue University 5 7. University of Washington Texas A&M University Virginia Tech North Carolina State University University of California, Davis Arizona State University Stanford University Ohio State University Clemson University Cornell University University of Texas, Austin University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Iowa State University University of California, Berkeley schools reported. Percentage of Women and Minority Faculty, * 25% 24.6% 2% Women African- American Asian Hispanic 15% 14.% % 2.2% 19.2% 3.1% % 2.3% 2.2% 3.2% % 2.4% 2.9% 3.2% 1% % 2.4% 22.% 3.3% % 2.5% 22.6% 3.4% % 2.5% 22.7% 3.5% % 2.5% 23.3% 3.5% 5% 2.7% 3.9% % 2.5% 23.9% 3.6% % 2.5% 21.6% 3.7% Women Black or Afr.-American Asian Hispanic 3 For more information, visit the ASEE Web site at *Note: Includes faculty data from University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico and Turabo University

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