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2017-2018 year in numbers

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ENROLLMENT

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

  • 342 AEROSPACE
  • 90 BIOMEDICAL
  • 47 BIOMETRIC SYSTEMS
  • 198 CHEMICAL
  • 287 CIVIL
  • 106 COMPUTER ENGINEERING
  • 200 COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • 117 ELECTRICAL
  • 322 INDUSTRIAL
  • 405 MECHANICAL
  • 64 MINING
  • 1,629 NON-DECLARED MAJORS
  • 305 PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS
  • TOTAL 4,112

GRADUATE STUDENTS

  • 29 AEROSPACE
  • 51 CHEMICAL
  • 68 CIVIL
  • 8 COMPUTER ENGINEERING
  • 74 COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • 63 ELECTRICAL
  • 5 ENERGY SYSTEMS
  • 4 ENGINEERING
  • 41 INDUSTRIAL
  • 18 INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
  • 18 MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
  • 90 MECHANICAL
  • 15 MINING
  • 11 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
  • 29 PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS
  • 85 SAFETY MANAGEMENT
  • 41 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
  • TOTAL 650

COLLEGE TOTAL 4,762


RESEARCH EXPENDITURES

By Source

  • $19,894,232.65 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
  • $2,122,702.76 NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PRIVATE DONORS
  • $316,339.04 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA
  • $297,398.43 OTHER

By Department

  • $2,610,231.39 CHEMICAL AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
  • $2,963,980.23 CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
  • $3,727,685.84 COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  • $213,957.63 FUNDAMENTAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM
  • $1,943,407.36 INDUSTRIAL AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
  • $10,110,993.88 MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
  • $563,463.94 MINING AND INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION
  • $362,872.75 MINING ENGINEERING
  • $134,079.86 PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING

Total $22,630,672.88