“Smaller” Engineering by the Numbers (2015)



“Engineering by the Numbers” is back! And smaller!

Each year, the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) publishes “Engineering by the Numbers,” a summary of national trends in engineering education based on annual surveys of engineering and engineering technology schools. Because of how the data are tabulated and presented, schools with the largest student enrollment, the highest number of degrees awarded, and the most faculty members are featured most prominently. Smaller engineering schools are often missing from the document, even though many respond to the surveys. To highlight their contributions, ASEE has created a “Smaller Engineering by the Numbers” to feature these schools.

2015 “Smaller” Engineering By the Numbers


Updated October 28, 2016:

Based on feedback we received, we realized our tables showing student-faculty ratios were confusing and one was mislabeled.  We re-ran the tables for student-faculty ratios, sorted schools by student enrollment to faculty, smallest ratio on top.  We limited the tables to the top 25 schools with the lowest student enrollment to faculty ratio, and we updated text in the document to reflect changes to the tables.




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