For more than 60 years the AAES Engineering Workforce Commission (EWC) has been committed to assessing America's technical and engineering workforce. The EWC tracks the entire engineering student population in U.S. colleges and universities with ABET-accredited engineering programs. In a series of annual surveys, the EWC collects data that is used to predict the ebb and flow of new engineering professionals, including the participation rates of women and minorities. 

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Engineering & Technology Degrees 2015 

Now available for purchase! This publication contains detailed data on the 155,000+ degrees awarded in Engineering and Engineering Technology in 2015 in the United States by degree level, ethnicity, gender and discipline, as well as year-to-year trend data, national summary tables, institution orderings, state totals and individual institution data for approximately 360 colleges and universities. To purchase click here or please contact EWC at ewc@aaes.org or by calling 202-296-2237.  


AAES' Engineering Workforce Commission monitors engineering job statistics that help universities, corporations, and government set salary, hiring, enrollment, and degree trends in the marketplace. Each year it publishes three major surveys regarded as the most accurate, objective, and timely reports about the engineering workforce: 

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The 2015 Engineering & Technology Degrees publication is available for purchase!

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2014 Engineering & Technology Enrollments
2015 Engineering Salary Survey
2014 Engineering & Technology Degrees