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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.

CSE BY THE NUMBERS

$31M+
FY 2020 Research
Expenditures
385
Graduate
Students, Fall 2019
2561
Undergraduate
Students, Fall 2019
90
Award-Winning
Faculty

Faculty

  • 62 Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty; award counts exclude emeritus:
    • 12 ACM Fellows
    • 12 IEEE Fellows
    • 5 AAAI Fellows
    • 5 AAAS Fellows
    • 2 SIGCHI Academy
    • 1 CSS Fellow
    • 11 Sloan Fellows
    • 1 Carnegie Fellow
    • 35 NSF CAREER, PECASE, and Young Investigator Awards
  • 4 Research Faculty
  • 24 Teaching Faculty

Students

  • 2561 undergraduate CS, CE, and DS declared majors, Fall 2019
  • 1167 undergraduate degrees granted, Academic Year 2019-20
  • 382 graduate students, Fall 2020
  • 150 MS and PhD degrees granted, Academic Year 2019-20

Academic programs

Research expenditures

  • $31+ Million, Fiscal Year 2020

Rankings

  • CSrankings.org:
    • Institutional Ranking in Computer Science: 8 (2005– Sept 2020)
  • US News & World Report:
    • Graduate Engineering School: 4 (2021)
    • Graduate Program in Computer Engineering: 6 (2020)
    • Graduate Program in Computer Science: 11 (2019)
    • Undergraduate Engineering School: 6 (2021)
    • Undergraduate Program in Computer Engineering: 7 (2021)
    • USN&WR does not provide a ranking for undergraduate programs in CS

Life at CSE

  • CS Kickstart Program introduces first year women to CS
  • Undergraduate and graduate student groups for women in CS
  • CSE Honors Competition recognizes outstanding graduate research
  • Weekly teas hosted by CSE graduate student organization
  • CS-centric department-wide outings

Fact sheet

View the CSE one-page fact sheet here (pdf).