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WHERE THE PROFS ARE

Teaching faculty by engineering discipline
ELECTRICAL/COMPUTER
6,284
MECHANICAL
4,110
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND OTHERS
3,935
CIVIL
3,375
CHEMICAL
1,819
INDUSTRIAL
1,174
METALLURGICAL & MATERIALS
715
BIOMEDICAL
660
AEROSPACE
647
AGRICULTURAL
369
ENG. SCIENCE & ENG. PHYSICS
277
NUCLEAR
147
PETROLEUM
112
MINING
77

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDENTS’ CHOICE


Undergraduate enrollment by discipline
Graduate enrollment by discipline
ELECTRICAL/COMPUTER
114,456
47,818
MECHANICAL
70,810
17,988
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND OTHERS
76,903
27,573
CIVIL
39,811
13,990
CHEMICAL
22,045
7,431
INDUSTRIAL
12,951
9,768
METALLURGICAL & MATERIALS
2,912
3,466
BIOMEDICAL
8,847
3,918
AEROSPACE
9,331
2,837
AGRICULTURAL
2,215
576
ENG. SCIENCE & ENG. PHYSICS
4,606
1,527
NUCLEAR
899
634
PETROLEUM
1,468
570
MINING
430
160

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: These numbers were determined by adding tenure/tenure-track faculty, full-time nontenure-track faculty, and full-time equivalent of part-time faculty.

Data collected by the American Society for Engineering Education.
Compiled by Michael Gibbons

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