Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Volgenau School of Engineering
Fall 2016 Overview
Unit Description

Please find unit information at: https://volgenau.gmu.edu/


Students
Headcount Total Fall 2016 6,723
Undergraduate 4,894
Graduate 1,829
Average Age 25
% Female 23
% Minorities 47
% Non-Res Alien 15
% Not Reporting Race / Ethnicity 3
% Full-time 72
% Out-of-state 19
Faculty (by Tenure Status)
Tenure/Tenure-Track 122
Term 74
Total 196
Faculty (by Type)
Instructional 174
Research 22
Total 196
Staff
Admin/Support Staff 50
Part-time Faculty 175
Graduate Assistant 269
Total 494
Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 55
Admin/Support Staff 13
Part-time Faculty 48
Graduate Assistant 23
Total 139
% Minority Faculty/Staff
Full-Time Faculty 29.7
Admin/Support Staff 29.6
Part-time Faculty 28.6
Graduate Assistant 8.7
Total % of Minority Faculty/Staff 21.0
Departments/Programs
Bioengineering
Civil, Environ & Infrastr Engr
Computer Science
Electrical & Computer Engineer
Information Sciences and Technology
Mechanical Engineering
Statistics
Systems Engr & Operations Rsch
Volgenau School of Engineering
Undergraduate Degrees
Applied Computer Science
Bioengineering
Civil and Infrastructure Engr
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Cyber Security Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Information Technology
Mechanical Engineering
Systems Engineering
Graduate Degrees
MENG Geotechnical Construction and Structural Engineering
MS Applied Information Technology
MS Biostatistics
MS Civil and Infrastructure Engr
MS Computer Engineering
MS Computer Forensics
MS Computer Science
MS Data Analytics Engineering
MS Electrical Engineering
MS Information Security and Assurance
MS Information Systems
MS Operations Research
MS Software Engineering
MS Statistical Science
MS Systems Engineering
MS Telecommunications
PHD Bioengineering
PHD Civil and Infrastructure Engr
PHD Computer Science
PHD Electrical and Computer Engineering
PHD Information Technology
PHD Statistical Science
PHD Systems Engineering and Operations Research
Highlights:
  1. The Volgenau School of Engineering was the first engineering school in the United States to focus its scholarship primarily on information technology and math-based engineering as opposed to the traditional physical, material-based engineering approach.
Notes:
  1. Fall faculty and student data were based on the University's fall official census snapshots, usually taken in the mid of Oct.
  2. Faculty and students from minorty ethnic background include African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans.