COE Diversity Rankings

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education ranks the College of Engineering as:

  • No.1 in engineering doctoral degrees awarded to African American students
  • No.1 in engineering undergraduate degrees awarded overall to minorities
  • No.2 in engineering master's degrees awarded to two or more race students
  • No.2 in engineering undergraduate degrees awarded to African American students
  • No.2 in engineering undergraduate degrees awarded to two or more race students
  • No.3 in engineering doctoral degrees awarded overall to minorities
  • No.3 in engineering undergraduate degrees awarded to two or more race students

Faculty Diversity

In the Fall 2018 engineering faculty (sample size of 466), 62.2% of individuals identified as white, 30.5% as Asian, 2.8% as black/African American, 4.1% as Hispanic/Latino, and .4% as unknown/other/multiracial. 385 individuals identified as male, 80 female, and 1 other/unspecified. 

Undergraduate Diversity

In the Fall 2018 engineering undergraduate student body (sample size of 8,780), 33.5% of students identified as white males, 16.4% as white females, 16.9% as Asian males, 8.4% Asian females, 6.5% as Hispanic/Latino males, 3.4% as Hispanic/Latino females, 4.5% as black/African American males, 2.9% as black/African American females, 4.6% as unknown/other/multiracial males, and 2.8% as unknown/other/multiracial females.

Graduate Diversity

In the Fall 2018 engineering graduate student body (sample size of 5,362), 32.9% of students identified as white males, 8.5% as white females, 32.2% as Asian males, 12.9% as Asian females, 5.0% as Hispanic/Latino males, 1.6% as Hispanic/Latino females, 2.6% as black/African American males, 1.0% as black/African American females, 2.7% as unknown/other/multiracial males, and 0.6% as unknown/other/multiracial females.