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State of Engineering

 

Undergraduate engineering enrollment by state

Alaska
665
Alabama
8,046
Arkansas
2,261
Arizona
8,489
California
47,189
Colorado
8,642
Connecticut
2,938
District of Columbia
1,518
Delaware
1,096
Florida
19,136
Georgia
6,770
Hawaii
634
Iowa
6,122
Idaho
2,595
Illinois
12,854
Indiana
10,684
Kansas
5,334
Kentucky
3,375
Louisiana
8,383
Massachusetts
10,281
Maryland
9,534
Maine
840
Michigan
22,865
Minnesota
4,256
Missouri
6,468
Mississippi
2,650
Montana
2,087
North Carolina
9,222
North Dakota
2,358
Nebraska
1,853
New Hampshire
770
New Jersey
5,602
New Mexico
2,805
Nevada
2,416
New York
24,709
Ohio
16,592
Oklahoma
4,993
Oregon
4,960
Pennsylvania
18,754
Puerto Rico
8,174
Rhode Island
1,543
South Carolina
4,542
South Dakota
2,285
Tennessee
7,139
Texas
30,465
Utah
5,411
Virginia
10,159
Vermont
494
Washington
4,509
Wisconsin
9,488
West Virginia
2,222
Wyoming
1,194

People's Choice

 

Undergraduate enrollment by discipline

1. Electrical/Computer
127,586
2. Mechanical
77,117
3. Civil
43,346
4. Chemical
23,368
5. Industrial
14,029
6. Aerospace
9,717
7. Biomedical
8,990
8. Engineering science & Engineering physics
5,480
9. Metallurgical & Materials
3.024
10. Agricultural
2,248
11. Petroleum
1,538
12. Nuclear
931
13. Mining
476
14. Other
80,589

Up, Up, Up

Engineering enrollment, 1999-2002

 
1999
2000
2001
2002
Undergraduate
364,091
369,958
385,959
398,439
Master's
72,091
75,635
79,324
90,665
Doctoral
38,067
39,548
41,513
47,618

 

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons, American Society for Engineering Education

 

 

 
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