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ABET Accreditation

Clemson University’s ABET Accredited Programs Enrollment and Graduation Data 2008 - 2013

ABET Accredited Degree Program 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
(all BS except as noted) Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated
Bioengineering 318 65 275 60 233 56 201 32 157 25 131 0
Biosystems Engineering 60 20 60 20 65 14 60 16 54 13 47 21
Chemical Engineering 204 36 185 37 150 51 156 35 150 35 131 27
Civil Engineering 414 150 467 143 483 154 503 148 476 105 429 101
Computer Engineering 204 28 183 31 162 31 137 31 141 31 138 42
Computer Science 375 50 307 35 243 51 234 42 240 26 197 40
Electrical Engineering 304 77 299 61 268 51 231 62 237 59 222 63
Environmental Engineering 88 12 68 0 42 0 11 0 0 0 0 0
Environmental Health Physics (MS) 8 1 9 2 7 0 6 0 4 0 4 2
Industrial Engineering 279 77 242 52 190 54 172 54 172 42 170 30
Materials Science and Engineering6 5 7 13 19 35 16 68 20 66 22 70 10
Mechanical Engineering 743 153 654 140 632 142 582 155 566 130 521 157

Notes:

  1. This data is supplied for compliance with ABET APPM Section II.A.6.a and II.A.6.b. The source of the data is the Clemson University Factbook, which can be publicly accessed at http://www.clemson.edu/oirweb1/FB/factBook/CUfactbook.cgi
  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 May and August graduates of the indicated calendar year, and December graduates of the previous calendar year.
  6. The BS in Materials Science and Engineering was formerly named the BS in Ceramic and Materials Engineering.