Coalition for Next Generation Life Science - Biomedical Engineering

Enrollment Headcounts
Fall 2017
Headcount Percent
Total 112
Domestic 86 76.8%
URM 14 12.5%
International 26 23.2%
Men 63 56.3%
Women 49 43.8%
Admissions
AY 2015 AY 2016 AY 2017
Applicants 435 436 493
Admits 30 21 24
Matriculants 105 106 112
Admit Rate 14.9% 9.6% 12.4%
Yield 46.2% 50.0% 39.3%
Degree Recipients by Academic Year of Conferral
AY 2009-11 AY 2012-14 AY 2015-17
Total 75 70 59
Domestic 42 45 41
URM 2 12 3
International 33 25 18
Men 52 45 38
Women 23 25 21
Median Time to Degree for Recipients by Academic Year of Conferral
AY 2009-11 AY 2012-14 AY 2015-17
Total 4.7 4.6 5.2
Domestic 4.8 4.5 5.4
URM 5.4 6.0 5.6
International 4.7 4.7 4.6
Men 4.8 4.6 4.6
Women 4.5 4.5 5.4
Cohort Completions by Academic Year of Entry
AY 2003-05 AY 2006-08 AY 2009-11
Total Entering 105 74 99
Not Enrolled 2017 19 16 24
Left with Master's 13 8 18
Enrolled 2017 0 0 3
Total Completed 86 58 72
< 3 Years 14 6 6
3-4 20 19 22
4-5 20 10 15
5-6 14 10 21
6-7 5 8 4
7-8 7 2
8-9 1 1
9-10 1
> 10 1
Cohort Completion Rates by Academic Year of Entry
AY 2003-05 AY 2006-08 AY 2009-11
All Recipients 81.9% 78.4% 72.7%
Domestic 81.7% 77.6% 68.1%
URM 70.0% 77.8% 60.0%
International 82.4% 80.0% 85.2%
Men 82.5% 74.5% 74.6%
Women 81.0% 87.0% 69.4%

Notes

  • Enrollment headcounts are consistent with data reported to the Integrated Post Secondary Data System (IPEDS)
  • URM includes individuals who self-identify with one or more of the following: African American/Black; Hispanic/Latino/a; Native American/Alaska Native
  • Admissions definitions are consistent with the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS)
  • Degree recipients exclude dual degree recipients (i.e. PhD/MD)
  • Time to degree for recipients is the elapsed time between entering a graduate program and degree conferral date