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TECH TRENDS - Illustration by I-Shan Chen
TECH TRENDS

The latest ASEE survey indicates that 5,936 students graduated with bachelor's degrees in engineering technology during the 2002-2003 academic year. Bachelor's degrees increased by over 7 percent from the previous year. more than 30,000 students were enrolled full time in the fall 2003 semester.

Note: Data for engineering technology represents 85 of the 125 institutions with at least one four-year, ABET-accredited program. For more detailed information, visit www.asee.org/colleges.

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES AWARDED TO WOMEN BY SCHOOL
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES AWARDED TO WOMEN BY SCHOOL - Click here to view a larger size (Pop-up window)- Illustration by LUNG-I LO
Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES BY GENDER
Female: 11.7%
Male: 88.3%

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES AWARDED BY SCHOOL
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES AWARDED BY SCHOOL:
1. Ferris State University	364	
2. Purdue University School of Tech.	364
3. Wentworth Institute of Technology	236
4. Indiana U. Purdue U., Indianapolis	223
5. Southern Polytechnic State University	198
6. DeVry University, Phoenix	185
7. Rochester Institute of Technology	180
8. Texas A&M University	166
9. University of Southern Mississippi	147
10. SUNY Inst. of Tech., Utica/Rome	133
11. Oklahoma State University	130
12. U. of North Carolina, Charlotte	126
13. Northeastern University	123
14. University of Toledo	118
15. New Jersey Institute of Technology	105
15. Oregon Institute of Technology	105
17. Pennsylvania State University, Erie	104 
18. DeVry University, Chicago	102
19. Old Dominion University	93
20. East Tennessee State University	91
21. Lawrence Technological University	86
22. DeVry University, Addison	85
23. DeVry University, Columbus	84
24. Northern Illinois University	80
25. University of Dayton	79

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES BY ETHNICITY
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES BY ETHNICITY: Caucasian (69.9%) | Other (9.5%) | African American (8.3%) | Hispanic (6.2%) | Asian American (6.1%) - Illustration by LUNG-I LO

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREES BY RESIDENCY
Domestic: 94.6%
Foreign Nationals : 5.4%

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education




 

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