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the

2009-2010

factbook

Table of Contents

General College Information.........................................................................3

Degrees Granted............................................................................................17

Administration – Dean’s Office.....................................................................4

Degrees Granted by Program......................................................................18

Administration – Chairs and Directors .......................................................5

Current Alumni by State..............................................................................19

Organizational Units ....................................................................................6

Graduates by Country of Citizenship........................................................20

Organizational Chart......................................................................................7

Undergraduate Students..............................................................................21

Faculty by Rank...............................................................................................8

Undergraduate Students by State (2009-2010)..........................................22

Faculty by Gender ..........................................................................................9

Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Gender.................................23

Research Funding .........................................................................................10

Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Program...............................24

Faculty Headcount by Department (2009-2010)....................................... 11

Undergraduate Statistics by Program (2009-2010)...................................25

College Executive Advisory Council.........................................................12

Graduate Students........................................................................................26

College Expenditures...................................................................................13

Graduate Students by State (2009-2010)....................................................27

Statement of Development..........................................................................14

Graduate Headcount Enrollment by Gender............................................28

Programs of Study........................................................................................15

Graduate Headcount Enrollment by Program.........................................29

Headcount Enrollments by Program.........................................................16

Graduate Statistics by Program (2009-2010).............................................30

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General College Information

Vision

Goals

We are committed to providing accessible and responsive programs of education and research recognized nationally and internationally for their high quality. We strive to be the institution of choice for regional students, businesses and industry partners. As a community of scholars, we lead by example with innovation, vision, inspiration, integrity and a shared sense of purpose. We promote a stimulating and productive environment of work study, and scholarly inquiry for students, faculty, and staff.

Our goals are results oriented. As a community of scholars, we will:

Mission

• Encourage young people to consider careers in Engineering and Computer Science by introducing them to these fields while in middle and high school. • Prepare our graduates in ways that provide them a basis for lifelong personal and professional development and that enable them to exercise leadership and make lasting contributions in their disciplines.

Through its programs in Engineering and Computer Science, our College:

• Continue on new roads of research and discovery in our existing areas of expertise, in emerging disciplines and in related interdisciplinary areas.

• Educates those who will contribute to the advancement of technical knowledge and who will be leaders in their professions.

• Provide the educational resources that working professionals need to keep pace with developments in their fields.

• Conducts basic and applied research in Engineering and Computer Science and related interdisciplinary areas.

• Magnify our positive impact in serving regional, state, national and global needs by building mutually beneficial linkages with business, industry, community colleges, K-12 programs and schools, and other constituencies.

• Provides service to the Engineering and Computer Science professions, to the community at large, to the State of Florida and to the nation.

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Administration - Dean’s Office Karl K. Stevens, Ph.D., P.E. Dean Phone: 561.297.3426 E-mail: stevens@fau.edu

Brenda O. Coto, M.Ed.

Gyll Rowan, M.B.A.

Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D.

Gary Salivar, Ph.D.

Maria M. Petrie, Ph.D.

Brenda Simmons

Managing Director of Technology and Innovation Phone: 561.297.2083 E-mail: bcoto@fau.edu

Associate Dean for Research and Industry Relations Phone: 561.297.3454 E-mail: ilyas@fau.edu

Associate Dean for International Affairs Phone: 561.297.3899 E-mail: petrie@fau.edu

Director of Operations Phone: 561.297.3453 E-mail: growan@fau.edu

Assistant Dean for Support Services Phone: 561.297.3478 E-mail: salivar@fau.edu

Director, Division of Engineering Student Services Phone: 561.297.2680 E-mail: brenda.simmons@fau.edu

Tim VanEpps, M.En.

Director, Innovation Leadership Honors Program Phone: 561.297.3861 E-mail: tvanepps@fau.edu

Ali Zilouchian, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Phone: 561.297.0432 E-mail: zilouchi@fau.edu

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Administration – Chairs and Directors

Chairs, Directors and Professorships Borko Furht, Ph.D.

Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D.

Panagiotis Scarlatos, Ph.D.

Susan Skemp, BSME ‘81

Manhar Dhanak, Ph.D.

Tim Van Epps, M.En.

Chair, Computer & Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Interim Chair, Ocean & Mechanical Engineering

Director, Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center

Chair, Civil, Environmental & Geomatics Engineering

Director, SeaTech - Institute for Ocean and Systems Engineering

Director, Innovation Leadership Honors Program

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Organizational Units Department Civil, Environmental & Geomatics Engineering Computer & Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Ocean & Mechanical Engineering

Division Engineering Student Services Engineering Distance Education and Career Services

Center Acoustics and Vibrations Hydrodynamics and Physical Oceanography Infrastructure and Constructed Facilities Intermodal Transportation Safety and Security Marine Materials Marine Structures and Geotechnique NSF-Supported Industry/University Cooperative Research Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Systems Integration

Institute Ocean and Systems Engineering

Chair

Phone

E-mail

Panagiotis “Pete” D. Scarlatos, Ph.D.

561.297.0466

pscarlat@fau.edu

Borko Furht, Ph.D.

561.297.3486

bfurht@fau.edu

Mohammad Ilyas, Ph.D. (Interim)

561.297-3438

ilyas@fau.edu

Director

Phone

E-mail

Brenda Simmons

561.297.2680

brenda.simmons@fau.edu

Gail Moore

561.297.3578

gmoore17@fau.edu

Director

Phone

E-mail

Stewart Glegg, Ph.D. , P.E.

561.297.2633

sglegg@fau.edu

P. Ananthakrishnan, Ph.D.

561.297.3463

panantha@fau.edu

Madasamy Arockiasamy, Ph.D.

561.297.3434

arockias@fau.edu

Panagiotis Scarlatos, Ph.D.

561.297.0466

pscarlat@fau.edu

Richard Granata, Ph.D.

954.924.7237

rgranata@fau.edu dreddy@fau.edu

D.V. Reddy, Ph.D.

561.297.3443

Borko Furht, Ph.D.

561.297.3486

bfurht@fau.edu

Susan Skemp, BSME ‘81

561.297.2339/954.924.7295

sskemp@fau.edu

Ravi Shankar, Ph.D.

561.297.3470

shankar@fau.edu

Director

Phone

E-mail

Manhar R. Dhanak, Ph.D.

561.297.2827/954.924.7242

dhanak@fau.edu

Director

Phone

E-mail

Innovation Leadership Honors

Tim Van Epps, M.En.

561.297.2692

tvanepps@fau.edu

Pre-Professional Engineering

Gary Salivar, Ph.D.

561.297.3478

salivar@fau.edu

Program

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Organizational Chart

Karl K. Stevens, Dean College of Engineering and Computer Science

Colleen Glazer Executive Secretary

Mohammad Ilyas Associate Dean, Research & Industrial Relations

Brenda Coto Managing Director of Technology & Innovation

Maria Petrie Associate Dean, International Affairs

Gyll Rowan Director of Operations

Gary Salivar Assistant Dean, Support Services

Brenda Simmons Director, Division of Engineering Student Services

Ali Zilouchian Associate Dean, Academic Affairs

Tim VanEpps Director, Innovation Leadership Honors Program

College Committees

Executive Advisory Council

Pete Scarlatos Chair CEGE

Borko Furht Chair CEECS

Mohammad Ilyas Interim Chair OME

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Faculty by Rank

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

Professor

37

36

36

33

Associate Professor

10

10

17

16

Assistant Professor

18

19

14

13

65

65

67

62

Instructor

6

6

7

7

Research Faculty

6

13

10

8

Total

12

19

17

15

Grand Total

77

84

84

77

Tenured & Tenure Earning

Total

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Faculty by Gender

2006-07 Number

2007-08 %

2008-09

Number

%

Number

2009-10 %

Number

%

Tenured & Tenure Earning Female

5

8%

5

8%

5

7%

5

8%

Male

60

92%

60

92%

62

93%

57

92%

Total

65

65

67

62

Instructors & Research Faculty Female

5

42%

6

32%

6

35%

6

60%

Male

7

58%

13

68%

11

65%

9

92%

Total

12

19

17

15

Grand Total

77

84

84

77

Summary Total Females

10

13%

11

13%

11

13%

11

14%

Total Males

67

87%

73

87%

73

87%

66

86%

Overall Total

77

84

84

77

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Research Funding

12,000,000

10,000,000

8,000,000 Federal 6,000,000

State Other Total

4,000,000

2,000,000

FY 05-06

FY 06-07

FY 05-06

FY 07-08

FY 06-07

FY 08-09

FY 07-08

FY 09-10

FY 08-09

FY 09-10

Federal

$ 7,311,734

$

7,613,974

$

6,886,901

$

5,410,864

$

3,988,933

State

$

298,953

$

987,420

$

1,784,926

$

2,182,808

$

2,778,105

Other

$ 1,580,155

$

1,588,827

$

1,006,597

$

1,122,098

$

1,041,276

TOTAL

$ 9,190,842

$ 10,190,221

$

9,678,424

$

8,715,770

$

7,808,315

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Faculty Headcount by Department (2009-2010)

Tenured, Tenure Earning

Department

Instructor, Research Faculty

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Total

Instructor

Civil, Environmental & Geomatics Engineering

3

4

5

12

Computer & Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

17

6

5

28

Ocean & Mechanical Engineering

13

6

3

33

16

13

Total

Grand Total

Research

Total

2

-

2

14

5

2

7

35

22

-

6

6

28

62

7

8

15

77

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College Executive Advisory Council Member

Title

Company

Location

Frederick Yentz, Council Chair

President and CEO

ILS Technology

Boca Raton, FL

Scott Adams ‘87

President and CEO

SA FLA I, Inc.

Boca Raton, FL

Daniel Cane

Chief Security Officer

Blackboard, Inc.

Delray Beach, FL

Andrew M. Clark, P.E. ‘80

President/CEO

CSnet International, Inc.

Stuart, FL

Michael Corbit

Business Projects Regional Consultant

Workforce Solutions - Florida’s Research Coast

Port St. Lucie, FL

Chris Fleck

Vice President, Platform Development

Citrix Systems, Inc.

Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Dale Gregory

Executive Vice President

Cherrystone Management Consultants

Boca Raton, FL

G. Keith Hardy, Jr.

VP, Distribution

Florida Power & Light

Jupiter, FL

Shannon S. Kennedy

VP, Engineering & Operations Support

Container Research Corporation

Glen Riddle, PA

Peter LoBello

Chairman Emeritus

Solar Transportation Solutions, LLC

Boca Raton, FL

Pete Martinez

Chairman of the Board

Palm Beach Medical College

Boca Raton, FL

Manual D. Medina ‘74

Chairman and CEO

Terremark Worldwide, Inc.

Miami, FL

Rick Morales

Vice President

CH2M Hill, Inc.

Deerfield Beach, FL

Rey Moré ‘75

Retired

Motorola, Inc.

Plantation, FL

Hap Patterson

Chief Technology Advisor

Tyco International

Boca Raton, FL

Rick Qualman

VP Strategy & Business Development Global Telecom Industry & Florida/Puerto Rico Senior State Executive

IBM

Boca Raton, FL

Joel Ratner

President

Rentar Environmental Solutions

West Palm Beach, FL

Michael Richtberg

Enterprise Solutions Dell

Dell, Inc.

Round Rock, TX

Paul Rushfeldt, Sc.D.

Deputy, Mission & Unmanned Systems

Lockheed Martin/Perry Technologies

Riviera Beach, FL

Ray Southern

Division President

Balfour Beatty Construction

Plantation, FL

Jane Teague

Executive Director

Enterprise Development Corp.

Boca Raton, FL

Roxanna Trinka

President

BaseLine Engineering and Land Surveying

Boca Raton, FL

Cris Vigil, P.E., LEED AP

Sr. Vice President

BRPH

West Palm Beach, FL

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College Expenditures

2009-10 2008-09 Auxiliary*

2007-08

Foundation 2006-07

Grants & Contracts State Funding

2005-06

0.00

5,000,000.00

Expenditures

10,000,000.00

2005-06

15,000,000.00

2006-07

2007-08

20,000,000.00

2008- 09

2009-10

State Funding

$

13,754,684

$

15,487,089

$

15,333,123

$

14,458,391

$

13,452,951

Grants & Contracts

$

9,190,842

$

10,190,221

$

9,677,623

$

8,715,770

$

7,808,315

Foundation

$

243,794

$

289,539

$

237,873

$

363,899

$

299,448

Auxiliary*

$

443,352

$

580,665

$

400,606

$

479,717

$

TOTAL

$ 23,632,672

$ 25,649,225

$

24,017,777

$ 26,547,514

725,758

$

22,286,472

* All auxiliary items include Lab Fee Accounts, Boat Program, Special Programs

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Statement of Development Florida Atlantic University Foundation, Inc., Income Statement - College of Engineering and Computer Science 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Revenues

2009-10

$122,502

$276,199

$167,919

$105,046

Contributions – Endowed

$9,242

$0

$248,963

$47,228

$309,960

Contributions for Facilities

$43,775

$6,525

$50,000

$0

$0

Total Contributions

$224,845

$129,027

$575,161

$215,147

$415,006

Interest and Dividend

$56,739

$57,701

$53,108

$ 48,175

Realized and Unrealized Gain (Loss)

$241,718

$397,706

($107,951)

($606,467)

Investment Income – Endowed

$298,456

$455,407

($54,843)

($558,292)

Other Revenues

$35,057

$30,026

$33,302

$51,430

Total Revenues

$558,358

$614,459

$553,620

($291,715)

Contributions – Expendable

$171,828

$38,234

$203,438 $241,673 $40,446 $697,125

Expenses Scholarships and Other Awards

$17,948

$25,948

$20,343

$21,829

$41,800

Other College Support

$274,825

$314,958

$297,969

$342,086

$257,648

Total Expenses

$292,773

$340,906

$318,312

$363,915

$299,448

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Programs of Study Discipline

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Master of Science (M.S.)

Doctorate (Ph.D.)

•1

Bioengineering Civil Engineering

•2

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

Geomatics Engineering

Information Engineering Technology

• •3

Information Technology and Management •

Mechanical Engineering

Ocean Engineering 1

Graduate certificate program also available

2

Planned

•4

New Media Technology and Entertainment

3

Joint program with College of Business, Department of Information Technology and Operation Management 4

Joint program with College of Art and Letters, School of Communications and Multimedia Studies

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Headcount Enrollments by Program

2006-07 Program

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

-

-

-

0

4

0

0

6

0

0

7

0

Civil Engineering

307

31

0

359

34

0

357

32

0

366

39

0

Computer Engineering

237

45

18

203

49

15

220

49

18

241

45

25

Computer Science

333

119

31

332

114

23

346

94

24

374

79

28

Electrical Engineering

229

40

19

202

44

19

223

20

17

215

35

20

-

-

-

8

-

-

13

-

-

20

-

-

Information Engineering Technology

16

-

-

32

-

-

44

-

-

40

-

-

Mechanical Engineering

246

15

10

285

17

10

324

18

11

321

32

9

Ocean Engineering

142

36

13

159

41

16

182

42

15

206

54

18

1,510

286

91

1,580

303

83

1,709

261

85

1,783

291

100

Bioengineering

Geomatics Engineering

GRAND TOTAL

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NUMBER OF STUDENTS

Degrees Granted

YEAR

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

2003-04

255

130

12

2004-05

266

102

9

2005-06

212

85

9

2006-07

216

87

13

2007-08

223

107

9

2008-09

224

82

10

2009-10

197

88

14

TOTAL

1,593

681

76

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Degrees Granted by Program

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Ph.D.

B.S.

M.S.

Civil Engineering

21

12

41

11

24

6

42

11

60

8

45

14

Computer Engineering

32

21

27

19

2

6

34

16

4

27

19

2

21

16

1

27

14

3

Computer Science

112

42

56

44

3

0

54

36

6

56

44

3

46

35

3

44

27

5

Electrical Engineering

53

11

41

12

2

1

49

16

1

41

12

2

40

9

2

31

5

2

Geomatics

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Information Engineering Technology

0

2

0

2

1

7

Manufacturing Systems

0

1

Mechanical Engineering

27

5

37

4

0

2

34

0

1

37

4

0

28

8

2

22

5

3

Ocean Engineering Total

Ph.D.

21

10

19

17

2

0

21

13

1

19

17

2

28

6

2

21

23

1

266

102

223

107

9

9

216

87

13

223

107

9

224

31

6

197

88

14

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CurrentGeneral AlumniInformation by State

Washington

103 Montana

Maine

North Dakota

2

11

5

Oregon

VT

Minnesota

24

16

Idaho

9 Wyoming

South Dakota

Wisconsin

4

16

Michigan

Pennsylvania

12

2

11

Illinois

Utah

7

California

76

Indiana 25

108

Colorado

437

111

Iowa

Nebraska

Nevada

16

Kansas

Missouri

6

15

72

Ohio

Arizona

56

New Mexico

2

12

50

West Virginia

5

Kentucky

19

8 Mississippi

11

Alaska 2

Alabama

28

Texas

144 Virginia

201

DE

4

DC

10

North Carolina

240

50

Arkansas

71

R.I.

18

NJ

111 MD

Tennessee Oklahoma

MA

CT

52

1 Hawaii

2 NH 21 New York 95

South Carolina 50 Georgia

216

Louisiana

429

28 Florida

6064

Totals

Number

%

Florida

6064

67

U.S. (Excluding Florida)

3014

33

Grand Total

9078

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Graduates by Country of Citizenship Country

Total Alumni

Country

Total Alumni

Country

Total Alumni

Country

Total Alumni

Africa Albania

1 1

Ecuador Egypt

15 7

Liberia Libya

1 1

Spain Sri Lanka

8 8

Algeria Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia

1 1 1 17 2

El Salvador Fiji Finland France Germany

2 1 2 123 8

Lithuania Macedonia Malaysia Mexico Montenegro

5 1 7 5 1

Sudan Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic

1 3 9 3 2

Australia Austria Bahamas Bangladesh Barbados Belize Bolivia Brazil Bulgaria Burma Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cote D'ivoire (Ivory Coast) Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic

1 1 13 30 2 1 3 40 5 1 1 29 1 3 280 77 3

Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy

2 8 2 1 3 68 3 10 1 1 585 7 16 1 1 23 5

Morocco Nepal Netherlands Nicaragua Nigeria North Korea Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Peru Philippines Pitcairn Islands Poland Romania Russia Saint Lucia

12 4 4 1 8 1 16 3 56 6 25 1 2 1 5 5 2

Taiwan Tanzania Thailand Tokelau (WS) Trinidad and Tobago Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Venezuela Vietnam

32 1 37 1 13 1 2 2 20 6,170 1 61 7

Zambia

1

1

Jamaica

57

Saudi Arabia

9

1 5 20 2

Japan Jordan Kenya Kiribati

8 8 7 1

Serbia Serbia-Montenegro Sierra Leone Singapore

3 7 1 1

Dominica Dominican Republic

1 4

Kuwait Lebanon

10 17

South Africa South Korea

2 14

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Undergraduate Students Statistics 2009-10

Total Students = 1,815 13% Female 51% Minority

95% Florida 4% Non-Florida 1% International

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Undergraduate Students by State (2009-2010)

Washington

2

Maine

Montana

0

North Dakota

0

0

Oregon

VT

Minnesota

0

1

Idaho

Wisconsin

South Dakota

0

Wyoming

0

0

Michigan

1

0

0

0

2

0

Pennsylvania

Iowa

Nebraska

Nevada

Hawaii

0

2

Colorado

3

Kansas

0

3

Indiana 1

Illinois

1

8

Ohio

Utah

California

1 NH 2 New York MA 11 2 CT 1

Missouri

MD West Virginia

0

Kentucky

3

1

Arizona

0

New Mexico

0

1

0

Texas

3

0

2

0 0

0

1

DC

South Carolina

Mississippi Alaska

2

1

Arkansas

Virginia

1

DE

North Carolina

Tennessee Oklahoma

1

RI

NJ

11

Georgia Alabama

0

5

Louisiana

0

Florida

1,716

Totals

Number

%

Florida

1,716

95%

U.S. (Excluding Florida)

72

5%

International

27

1%

Grand Total

1,815

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Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Gender

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NUMBER OF STUDENTS

Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Program

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

COMPUTER SCIENCE

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

CIVIL ENGINEERING

1999-00

252

673

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

39 101 152

302 394 383 350

776 810 711 602

2004-05

201

320

2005-06

240

248

2006-07

307

2007-08

INFORMATION ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

OCEAN ENGINEERING

328

208

139

309 288 271 280

217 206 232 236

135 141 121 122

478

257

262

132

382

255

273

121

237

333

229

246

142

359

203

332

202

8

32

285

159

2008-09

357

220

346

223

13

44

324

182

2009-10

366

241

374

215

20

41

321

206

YEAR

GEOMATICS

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Undergraduate Statistics by Program (2009-2010)

Women

Program

Men

Minority

Program Total

Number

%

Number

%

Total

%

Total

Civil Engineering

75

20%

291

80%

209

55%

366

Computer Engineering

27

11%

214

80%

162

93%

241

Computer Science

42

11%

332

89%

199

58%

374

Electrical Engineering

16

7%

199

93%

129

60%

215

Geomatics Engineering

2

10%

18

90%

5

93%

20

Information Engineering Technology

5

12%

36

88%

18

93%

41

Mechanical Engineering

27

8%

295

92%

140

44%

321

Ocean Engineering

31

15%

175

85%

45

22%

206

Undecided

6

19%

25

81%

20

93%

GRAND TOTAL

231

1,564

931

31 1,815

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Graduate Students Statistics 2009-10

Master’s 289 Doctoral 100 Total Students = 389 22% Female 64% Minority

71% Florida 4% Non-Florida 25% International

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Graduate Students by State (2009-2010)

Washington

1 Montana

Maine

North Dakota

0

0

1

Oregon

VT

Minnesota

0

0

Idaho

0 Wyoming

South Dakota

Wisconsin

0

0

Michigan

Pennsylvania

0

0

0

Illinois

Utah

0

California

0

Kansas

Missouri

0

0

1

Ohio

Indiana 1

0

Colorado

2

0

Iowa

Nebraska

Nevada

0

0

0

Oklahoma

New Mexico

West Virginia

1

Kentucky

0

0

0

DC

0

North Carolina

1

0

0 Alabama

1

Texas

2

1

DE

South Carolina

0

0

Virginia

0

Mississippi Alaska

1

1

Arkansas

0

R.I.

0

NJ

1

MD

Tennessee Arizona

MA

CT

1

0 Hawaii

0 NH 0 New York 2

Georgia

1

Louisiana

0 Florida

277

Totals

Number

%

Florida

277

71%

U.S. (Excluding Florida)

17

4%

International

95

25%

GRAND TOTAL

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NUMBER OF STUDENTS

Graduate Headcount Enrollment by Program

YEAR

CIVIL ENGINEERING

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

COMPUTER SCIENCE

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

OCEAN ENGINEERING

1999-00

25

99

102

90

32

66

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

25 28 35 30

86 83 90 98

111 160 185 181

83 66 71 75

32 20 27 28

61 29 74 50

2004-05

23

82

165

63

23

40

2005-06

33

72

168

61

24

45

2006-07

31

63

150

59

25

49

2007-08

34

64

137

59

27

57

2008-09

32

67

118

37

29

57

2009-10

39

70

92

55

41

72

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Graduate Statistics by Program (2009-2010)

Program

Women

Men

Minority

Program Total

Number

%

Number

%

Total

%

Bioengineering

2

29%

5

71%

2

29%

7

Civil Engineering

9

23%

30

77%

24

62%

39

Computer Engineering

16

23%

54

77%

55

79%

70

Computer Science

25

24%

82

76%

62

58%

107

Electrical Engineering

9

20%

39

80%

10

21%

48

Information Engineering Technology (Advanced)

5

100%

1

20%

5

76%

25

61%

41

78%

34

-

-

Mechanical Engineering

10

24%

31

Ocean Engineering

16

22%

56

GRAND TOTAL

87

302

47% 211

Total

72 389

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On November 5th 2010 the College of Engineering & Computer Science opened one of the state’s most environmentally efficient buildings and one of the first academic buildings in Southeast Florida to meet the highest Platinum LEED standards.

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