Mission, Facts, and Stats
Our mission is to develop outstanding engineers and ideas that change the world.
|Undergraduate degrees awarded:||927|
|Master's degrees awarded:||509|
|Doctor of Philosophy degrees awarded:||134|
Data reported Autumn 2014.
|Diversity of Degree Recipients||BS||MS||PhD|
|* African American, Hispanic, Native American, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
CoE provides rich data resources on student admissions, transfers, enrollment, majors, and degrees granted. For more information, see Student Data Reports (UW NetID required).
254 faculty (22% women)
- 22 members of the National Academy of Engineering
- 95 NSF Young Investigator/Early Career Awards since 1984
- 25 Sloan Foundation Research Awards
- 2 MacArthur Foundation Fellows (2007 and 2011)
Economic Impact on Washington State
Engineers drive the innovation economy and are vital to solving society's largest problems. The University of Washington's College of Engineering plays a critical role in educating tomorrow's innovators. The UW is an economic powerhouse in the state, directly and indirectly affecting every resident of Washington. The College of Engineering accounts for 5% of UW's overall impact generating revenue, jobs and spending.
Commitment to Diversity & Access
The College of Engineering is committed to developing and supporting a diverse student body and faculty that reflect and elevate the populations we serve. We are a national leader in women in engineering; 22.4% of our faculty are women compared to 14% nationally. We offer a robust set of diversity programs for students and faculty.
Research & Commercialization
The University of Washington is an engine of economic growth, today ranked third in the nation for the number of startups launched each year, with 65 companies having been started in the last five years alone by UW students and faculty, or with technology developed here. The College of Engineering is a key contributor to these innovations. In 2014, eight of the record 18 startups came from engineering faculty, students or technology. Engineering research expenditures totaled $77 million with research awards totaling $116 million.
- The College of Engineering has varied revenue sources with grants & contracts making up 57 percent of total revenues for fiscal year 2014.
- Tuition represents 19 percent of total revenues and state operating appropriations were 9 percent of total revenues.
- Income from gifts totaled $13.5 million (6 percent of total revenues).
- Two primary functions of the University, instruction and research, comprised 82 percent of the total operating expenses of the College of Engineering.
- The College of Engineering provided over $12.4 million in scholarships and stipends to students. This represented 6 percent of operating expenditures.
CoE Sources of Funds 2014
CoE Uses of Funds 2014