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Bachelor's Breakdown
Bachelor's Breakdown

The American Society for Engineering Education collects statistics about engineering education, including enrollment, faculty, and research expenditures. During the next few months, we'll be presenting some of the data from our most recent survey on these pages.



Bachelor's Degrees by Gender
Male
2003
79.6%
2001 80.1%
1999 78.8%
 
Female
2003
20.4%
2001 19.9%
1999 21.2%

Bachelor's Degrees by Residency
Domestic
2003 92.3%
2001 92.5%
1999 92.2%
 
Foreign Nationals
2003 7.7%
2001 7.5%
1999 7.8%

Bachelor's Degrees by Ethnicity
African American
2003 5.1%
2001 5.3%
1999 5.4%
 
Asian American
2003 14.0%
2001 14.1%
1999 12.5%
 
Caucasian
2003 68.3%
2001 66.2%
1999 65.9%
 
Hispanic
2003 5.4%
2001 5.4%
1999 5.8%
 
Other
2003 7.2%
2001 9.0%
1999 10.4%

Percentage of Bachelor's Degrees Awarded to Women by Discipline
Percentage of Bachelor's Degrees Awarded to Women by Discipline

 

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