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Graduate Admission Statistics

Note: The 2016 admission statistics are based on offers/enrollments for autumn quarter, 2016. Admission statistics in this report do not include online programs.

Autumn 2016

Applications Submitted Offers Enrolled
687 400 (58% of applicants were offered admission) 109 (27% of offers enrolled)
International Applications
431 (62%) 152 (35% of international applicants were offered admission) 45 (30% of International applicants offered admission enrolled)

Master’s GPA and Test Scores

Below is historical data showing average GPA (based on 4.0 scale) and GRE scores for applicants who were offered admission by the CEE department.

Year 2016 2015 2014 2013
Degree Master’s PhD Master’s PhD Master’s PhD Master’s PhD
GPA 3.6 3.7 3.6 3.7 3.5 3.8 3.58 3.80
GRE V 155 158 155 157 156 159 155 157
GRE Q 163 165 163 162 161 164 163 165
GRE A 3.7 4.1 3.7 3.9 3.8 4.0 3.7 4.1

These statistics do not include online programs.

The Civil & Environmental Engineering Department does not have a minimum GRE score requirement, however, below is the recommended minimum scores set by the College of Engineering. A score higher than the minimum recommended score would be expected to be competitive for admission.

Verbal 154
Quantitative 156
Analytical writing 4.5

Autumn 2016 Graduate Student Demographics

(including online programs)

Total Current Enrolled Students 394
Women 138 (35%)
URM 30 (8%)
Washington Resident (Citizen & Perm Res) 133 (34%)
Non-Resident 76 (19%)
International 128 (32%)

Degrees Granted (2015-2016)

Master’s (residential) 88
Master’s (online programs) 44
PhD 13