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COMPILED BY MICHAEL GIBBONS
INFOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATION BY I-SHAN CHEN

According to the ASEE survey, computer science bachelor’s degrees awarded by engineering colleges reached a high of 9,156 in 2004. These degrees declined by 38 percent over the succeeding five years while all other engineering bachelor's degrees climbed almost 8 percent. Computer science enrollment ticked 5 percent higher in 2009 after a precipitous decline of 24 percent earlier in the decade. Conversely, all other engineering college enrollment grew by almost 60,000 for undergraduates, or 17 percent, from 2005 to 2009, falling just shy
of 400,000.

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Data source: American Society for Engineering Education.

 



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