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Student Enrollment

Fall 2013 Enrollment

  • 3,657 Undergraduates
  • 919 Master's
  • 704 PhD
     

Fall Enrollment by Program

 

Program BS MS/ME PhD
Aerospace Engineering 462 105 118
Applied Math 85 N/A N/A
Architectural Engineering 152 14 11
ATLAS N/A 21 18
Chemical Engineering 305 6 103
Chemical & Biological Engineering 326 N/A N/A
Civil Engineering 284 121 111
Computer Science 375 107 99
Electrical Engineering 163 151 132
Electrical & Computer Engineering 185 N/A N/A
Engineering Management N/A 166 N/A
Engineering Physics 118 N/A N/A
Environmental Engineering 184 N/A N/A
General Engineering 1 N/A N/A
Materials Science & Engineering N/A 1 2
Mechanical Engineering 802 82 101
Open Option 215 N/A N/A
Telecom N/A 145 9
Total 3,657 919 704


Enrollment Diversity

Women

  • 23.9% Undergraduate
  • 24.4% Graduate
     

Underrepresented Minorities

  • 11.5% Undergraduate
  • 6.2% Graduate
     

First-Year Class Profile

  • 3.88 average high school GPA
  • 89 average percentile rank
  • 677 average SAT math score
  • 30.3 average ACT math score
     

Degrees Granted

FY 2013 (includes May 2013 and previous Aug and Dec 2012 graduates)

Program BS MS/ME PhD
Aerospace Engineering 67 62 13
Applied Math 28 - -
Architectural Engineering 43 1 1
Chemical & Biological Engineering 46 - -
Chemical Engineering 39 16 17
Civil Engineering 89 98 10
Computer Science 57 66 19
Electrical & Computer Engineering 41 - -
Electrical Engineering 38 88 21
Engineering Management - 37 -
Engineering Physics 21 - -
Environmental Engineering 43 - -
Mechanical Engineering 130 68 15
Telecom - 49 -
Total 642 491 97

 

Faculty

Fall 2013

  • 185 Tenured/Tenure-Track
  • 39 Instructional Faculty
  • 13 Research Faculty
     

Financials

Important Announcements

CUEngineering is here!
The 2014 edition of CUEngineering magazine is hot off the press! Check it out online.

Graduating this spring?
Get all the critical details about the May 2014 Engineering Recognition Ceremony.

Don't forget summer session!
CEAS courses don't slow down over the summer - choose from 58 undergraduate and graduate engineering courses during Maymester and sessions A-D, May 12-Aug. 8.

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