Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

CSE by the Numbers

Computing experts know that numbers don't tell the whole story, but they are of interest. Here are some of ours.

Faculty

  • 57 Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty; award counts exclude emeritus:
    • 9 ACM Fellows
    • 12 IEEE Fellows
    • 5 AAAI Fellows
    • 3 AAAS Fellow
    • 2 SIGCHI Academy
    • 1 CSS Fellow
    • 9 Sloan Fellows
    • 32 NSF CAREER and PECASE awards
  • 2 Research Faculty
  • 14 Teaching Faculty

Students

  • 1570 undergraduate CS, CE, and DS declared majors, Fall 2016
  • 595 undergraduate degrees granted, 2015/2016
  • 337 graduate students, Fall 2016
  • 107 MS and PhD degrees granted, 2015/2016

Academic Programs

  • PhD, Computer Science and Engineering
  • MS/MSE, Computer Science and Engineering
  • BSE, Computer Engineering
  • BSE, Computer Science
  • BS/BA, Computer Science (LSA)
  • BSE, Data Science
  • Minor, Computer Science

Research Expenditures

  • $26+ Million, FY16

Rankings

  • CSrankings.org:
    • Institutional Ranking in Computer Science: 6 (2005–2017)
  • US News & World Report:
    • Graduate Program in Computer Engineering: 7 (2017)
    • Graduate Program in Computer Science: 13 (2014)
    • Undergraduate Programs in Computer Engineering: 8 (2017)

Bob and Betty Beyster Building

  • 100,000 sq. ft., built in 2005
  • Spectacular design: Four-story atrium, abundance of natural light, designed to facilitate collaboration and interaction
  • State-of-the-art research labs
  • Improved undergraduate experience: two computing labs, student learning center, student project spaces, student group offices