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COEIT Databook

See below for Undergraduate and Graduate Profiles for students in College of Engineering and Information Technology (COEIT) programs. Official data are available from UMBC’s Institutional Research, Analysis & Decision Support (IRADS), which provides official campus data about students and also decision-making support in the areas of budget, resource allocation, enrollment management/projections, campus performance, and the setting of campus goals and objectives.

More data about COEIT undergraduate and graduate students are shared on this page.

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Undergraduate Student Databook (Fall 2018)

Information below reflects class profiles for COEIT undergraduate students. Additional information and data, including the Freshman Class Profile and Student Body Profile are available from UMBC Undergraduate Admissions.

Admissions + Enrollment (including SAT percentiles)

3,970 Enrollment
Full-time: 3492 (88.0%)
Part-time: 478 (12.0%)
834 Freshmen
719 New Freshmen
352 Transfer

SAT percentile

25th  – 1210
75th – 1360
Avg – 1280

Diversity (including gender + ethnicity)
Gender

Female – 852 (21.5%)
Male – 3118 (78.5%)

Race/Ethnicity

Asian – 967 (21.5%)
Underrepresented – 838 (21.1%)
American Indian – 3
Black – 596
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander – 3
Hispanic – 236
White – 1,653 (41.6%)
Other/Unknown – 315 (7.9%)
International – 197 (5.0%)

Outcomes
  • 726 bachelor’s degrees awarded
  • 85% employed or continuing education after graduation
  • $65,000-$69,999 median starting salary bachelor’s degree full-time
  • 82% of UMBC’s COEIT seniors engaged in Applied Learning Experiences (including internships) during their time at UMBC
  • 90% of undergraduate degree recipients reported employment, further studies in a graduate/professional school or both at the time of graduation

Additional data, including admissions and enrollment, are available from the Institutional Research and Decision Support Databook and website.
Additional outcomes and success stories are shared on the UMBC Career Center website.
Version: Begin Term Census
Note: Enrollments include enrollment counts for Primary Plan only.
Note: Due to rounding, percentages may not always appear to add up to 100%.

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Graduate Student Databook (Fall 2018)

Information below reflects class profiles for COEIT graduate students. Additional information is available from COEIT Departments or the UMBC Graduate School.

Admissions + Enrollments (Master’s and Doctorate)

278 graduate assistant positions awarded (including research assistants, teaching assistants, and fellows)
22 distinct countries represented by full-time and part-time graduate students

Masters (includes M.S. and M.P.S.)

891 Enrollment
Full-time: 389 (43.7%)
Part-time: 502 (56.3%)

Doctoral (Ph.D.)

301 Enrollment
Full-time: 229 (76.1%)
Part-time: 72 (23.9%)

Diversity (including gender + ethnicity)
Master’s (includes M.S. and M.P.S.)

Gender

Female – 334 (37,5%)
Male – 557 (62.5%)

Race/Ethnicity

Asian – 112 (12.6%)
Underrepresented – 132 (14.8%)
American Indian – 3
Black – 108
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander – 0
Hispanic – 21
White – 269 (30.2%)
Other/Unknown – 52 (5.8%)
International – 326 (36.6%)

Doctorate

Gender

Female – 89 (29.6%)
Male – 212 (70.4%)

Race/Ethnicity

Asian – 14 (4.7%)
Underrepresented – 31 (10.3%)
American Indian – 0
Black – 20
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander – 1
Hispanic – 10
White – 72 (23.9%)
Other/Unknown – 8 (2.7%)
International – 176 (58.5%)

Outcomes
  • 319 masters degrees awarded (includes M.S. and M.P.S.)
  • 31 doctoral degrees awarded
  • $80,000-$84,999 median starting salary graduate degree full-time
  • 94% of graduate degree recipients reported employment, further advancement studies, or both at time of graduation

Additional data, including admissions and enrollment, are available from the Institutional Research and Decision Support Databook and website.
Additional outcomes and success stories are shared on the UMBC Career Center website.
Version: Begin Term Census
Note: Enrollments include enrollment counts for Primary Plan only.
Note: Due to rounding, percentages may not always appear to add up to 100%.

 

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