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Enrollment and Graduation Data

Undergraduate Programs

Degree Programs (2013-2017) 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
all B.S. unless noted Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated
Business Technology Administration (B.A.) 278 70 268 82 298 64 276 52 235 48
Chemical Engineering 323 58 326 53 369 44 357 28 281 33
Computer Engineering 348 42 332 53 362 42 355 31 326 25
Computer Science 1,152 182 1,067 147 1,003 135 966 126 867 114
Information Systems 854 177 757 186 673 170 646 167 628 147
Mechanical Engineering 585 102 553 113 574 94 568 89 543 81

Notes for Undergraduate Programs
1. Undergraduate programs in engineering (chemical, computer, and mechanical) and computer science are accredited by ABET.
2. Beginning Fall 2015, freshmen engineering and computer science enroll as “pre-” engineering (chemical, computer, and mechanical) and pre-computer science programs. Students enter respective engineering and computer science programs upon completion of gateway requirements. Enrollments presented on this chart include “pre-” engineering and computer science plans.
3. Enrollment charts shared on this chart do not include undeclared engineering students because engineering-undeclared is not a degree-granting program.

Source: UMBC Office of Institutional Research and Decision Support “Headcount Enrollments” and “Degree and Plan Awards

  • Enrollment data are from Fall semester headcount enrollments (distinct number of students) for primary plan only (double majors are not counted in their second major) as of begin term census or “Day 10” for each respective year.
  • Graduation data include total for academic year Degrees data for August, December and May graduates. For example, AY17 degrees were awarded in August 2016, December 2016 and May 2017.
  • “TBD” = Enrolled and Graduated data are not posted yet.
  • “*” = Data not available for programs until approved for enrollment.

Graduate Programs

Degree Programs (2013-2017) 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
doctoral and masters programs as noted Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) 33 4  23 9 27 6 22 7 28 12
Computer Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) 39 8  40 6 36  9 32 6 37 6
Computer Science (M.S., Ph.D.) 201 40  169 47 158 58 166 37 162 39
Cybersecurity (M.P.S.) 135 67  148 57 155 54 141 36 146 23
Data Science (M.P.S.) 7 0  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *
Electrical Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) 63 10  60  10  56  8  50  14  49  12
Engineering Management (M.S.) 54 29  56  42  77  31  82  26  73  29
Environmental Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) 11 2  14 3 17 3 18 3 19 4
Health Information Technology (M.P.S.) 52 18  49  0  35  0  12  0  *  *
Human-Centered Computing (M.S., Ph.D.) 52 15  49  19  54  16  57  22  63  10
Information Systems (M.S., Ph.D.) 189 135  264  97  272  88  249  49  209  56
Information Systems (online)1 (M.S.) 139 47  145  48  155  61  152  50  177  42
Mechanical Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.) 64 17  74 11 76 20 72 13 70 21
Systems Engineering (M.S.) 29 12  32  21  37  15  50  12  50  11
Technical Management (M.P.S.) 2 0  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *

1 delivered 100% online

Notes for Graduate Programs
1. M.P.S. = Master’s of Professional Studies
2. Environmental engineering enrollments and degrees for 2013 were originally posted to civil engineering (emphasis in environmental and water resources engineering)

Source: UMBC Office of Institutional Research and Decision Support “Headcount Enrollments” and “Degree and Plan Awards

  • Enrollment data are from Fall semester headcount enrollments (distinct number of students) for primary plan only (double majors are not counted in their second major) as of begin term census or “Day 10” for each respective year.
  • Graduation data include total for academic year Degrees data for August, December and May graduates. For example, AY17 degrees were awarded in August 2016, December 2016 and May 2017.
  • “TBD” = Enrolled and Graduated data are not posted yet.
  • “*” = Data not available for programs until approved for enrollment.