Prism - September 2002
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By the Numbers

More than 65,000 bachelor's degrees in engineering were awarded during 2000-2001, up 1.9 percent from the previous year. Undergraduate enrollments totaled almost 386,000, a 4.3 percent increase.

Engineering Bachelor's Degrees Awarded by School

1. Georgia Institute of Technology
1,433
2. Pennsylvania State University
1,370
3. Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1,221
4. University of Michigan
1,177
5. Purdue University
1,093
6. Texas A&M University
999
7. North Carolina State University
987
8. Virginia Tech
961
9. University of California, Berkeley
877
10. University of Texas at Austin
751
11. University of Maryland, College Park
732
12. University of Florida
726
13. Ohio State University
721
14. Cornell University
718
15. University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
695
16. Iowa State University
691
17. Michigan State University
670
18. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
660
19. Michigan Technological University
645
20. University of Washington
607
21. University of California, San Diego
589
21. University of Wisconsin, Madison
589
23. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
585
24. University of California, Davis
583
25. Auburn University
571

Engineering Master's Degrees Awarded by School

1. Stanford University
1,023
2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
870
3. University of Southern California
824
4. Georgia Institute of Technology
749
5. University of Michigan
581
6. Wayne State University
533
7. Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
498
8. University of Florida
465
9. Pennsylvania State University
456
10. Texas A&M University
434
11. North Carolina State University
431
12. University of Colorado at Boulder
411
13. Purdue University
406
14. University of Texas at Austin
403
15. Virginia Tech
392

Engineering Doctoral Degrees Awarded by School

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
243
2. Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
217
3. Stanford University
196
4. Georgia Institute of Technology
194
5. University of Michigan
184
6. University of California, Berkeley
179
7. Purdue University
141
8. University of Texas at Austin
140
9. Pennsylvania State University
138
10. Texas A&M University
128
11. Univ. of Maryland, College Park
120
12. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
118
13. Northwestern University
106
14. Virginia Tech
102
15. Cornell University
100
15. Ohio State University
100
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