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ABET Accredited Programs Enrollment and Graduation Data

ABET accreditation provides assurance that a college or university meets quality standards established by the profession for which the program prepares its students. For more information, please visit www.ABET.org

Enrollment and Graduation Data for ABET Accredited Programs (2013-2017)

ABET Accredited Degree Program 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
(all BS except as noted) Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated
Bioengineering 356 118 337 106 329 102 309 96 318 97
Biosystems Engineering 70 27 65 20 73 20 70 19 60 16
Chemical Engineering 262 72 276 73 254 53 227 49 204 45
Civil Engineering 332 111 346 119 341 113 358 130 414 152
Computer Engineering 234 32 194 49 199 48 234 50 204 35
Computer Science 733 147 679 114 609 89 510 63 439 55
Electrical Engineering 283 87 266 75 283 91 299 87 304 81
Environmental Engineering 91 24 99 36 88 33 88 28 88 28
Environmental Health Physics (MS) 8 5 7 3 8 3 11 6 8 0
Industrial Engineering 464 141 419 123 372 121 315 88 279 70
Materials Science and Engineering6 140 57 155 50 134 53 114 24 116 28
Mechanical Engineering 867 224 824 214 761 186 712 167 743 174

Notes:

  1. This data is supplied for compliance with ABET APPM Section I.A.6.a. and IA.6.b. The source of the data is the Clemson University Factbook, which can be publicly accessed at https://www.clemson.edu/institutional-effectiveness/oir/factbook/
  2. Only undergraduate programs in engineering and computer science are typically accredited by ABET.
  3. Freshmen engineering students enroll in General Engineering during their first year in the engineering curricula. Transfer students are enrolled as General Engineering students if the General Engineering program is not completed or a major has not been chosen. The enrollment charts above do not include General Engineering students since General Engineering is not a degree-granting program.
  4. Enrollment data is from the Fall Semester census in each respective year.
  5. Graduation totals include December graduates of the indicated year, and May and August graduates of the following year.
  6. The Materials Science and Engineering BS degree was formerly named the Ceramic and Materials Engineering BS degree.