TO USE THE TABLES Construction programs are grouped by
standard regions of the Associated Schools of Construction,
and are listed alphabetically by state within each region.
Far West = Calif., Ore.
= Ariz., Colo., Idaho, Mont., Nev., N.M. and Utah
Central = Iowa, Kan., Minn., Mo., Neb., N.D. and S.D.
Great Lakes = Ill., Ind.,
Ky., Mich., Ohio and Wis.
= Conn., Maine, Mass., N.J., N.Y., Pa. and R.I.
= Ala., Fla., Ga., Miss., N.C., S.C., Tenn. and Va.
Central = Ark., La., Okla. and Texas.
Undergraduate enrollment is based only on the number of students
admitted at the grade level indicated. Data for undergraduate
enrollment is as of Spring 2001. Data for B.S. graduates includes
all those graduating during academic year 2000-2001. Total
number of graduates is included for each program, as well
as numbers of male and female graduates. Data on organizations
recruiting is for academic year 2000-2001, unless otherwise
indicated. Data particular to one program is explained in
a footnote at the bottom of each page.
References to faculty include full-time equivalents only,
and exclude part-time and/or adjunct staff. Degree required
to teach applies to tenure-track faculty only, unless otherwise
indicated. Scholarship figures represent only funds that are
administered by programs, and exclude funds from external
= Private institution. * = Data not provided or otherwise
unavailable. ** = Program on quarter system. 1Faculty have
at least seven years of industry experience. 2 Data is for
Fall 2000 only. 5 Fall 2001. 10 Does not include faculty who
teach service courses. 14 Same as Footnote no. 8. 19 Include
two year degree students. 28 Salary range: $36,000-&48,000.
29 Numbers reflect juniors and seniors only. 36 Spring 2000
The entire survey of "The
Nation's C-Schools" is published in the Oct. 29, 2001
issue of ENR. Copies of the issue can be obtained from
ENR by calling Phyllis Moody at 212-904-4635. Copies are at