Facts

Facts

Departments

Bioengineering

Civil and Environmental

Electrical and Computer

Mechanical

Undergraduate Degrees

  • BS in Bioengineering
  • BS in Civil Engineering
  • BS in Construction Management Technology
  • BS in Electrical Engineering
  • BS in Engineering
  • BS in Engineering Technology
  • BS in Mechanical Engineering

Graduate Degrees

  • MS in Bioengineering
  • MS in Civil Engineering
  • MS in Electrical Engineering
  • MS in Engineering Management
  • MS in Environmental Engineering
  • MS in Mechanical Engineering
  • Ph.D. in Engineering
  • Graduate Certificate in Stormwater Management 
  • Graduate Certificate in Engineering Management 

Three largest undergraduate majors (based on enrollment)

  • BS Mechanical Engineering
  • BS Civil Engineering
  • BS Electrical Engineering

Student Professional Organizations:

 15

Faculty (Fall 2014):

57*

Graduate Degree-seeking Students (Fall 2014):

92 master's, 72 Ph.D.

Undergraduate Degree-seeking Students (Fall 2014):

1,605

Female Enrollment (Fall 2014):

17.1%

Female Enrollment, graduate programs (Fall 2014): 

50%

International Student Enrollment (Fall 2014):

14.4%

Average combined freshman SAT score (Fall 2014):

1166

Research Expenditure: (FY 2014)

$3,755,600 

Alumni:

Approx 8,000

Facts:

  • Engineering students have won the Be Your Own Boss Bowl twice and been finalist almost every year.

  • Since Fall 2006, the college created over 15,000 ft2 of teaching and research labs. In January 2013, the college added an additional 25,000 ft2 of  new space for a new department and growth in other programs.

  • From Fall 2007 to Fall 2014, enrollment has increased 100%

  • The College of Engineering has been selected to participate in the NSF-funded Pathways to Innovation Program



*Includes tenure-track, tenured and non-tenure track full-time faculty