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George Washington University

Industrial Engineering (14.3501)
Master's Degree
Enrollment, Awards, Wages, Debt, and Other Outcomes




Industrial Engineering
Program Status: Active/Approved to Enroll Students and Confer Degrees
Degree Title: MS
2010 CIP Code: 143501

Credit HoursProgram Offered
On-Campus:YesYes
Off-Campus:YesYes

Date Progam Approved to Confer Degrees:  07/2004
Enrollments and Awards
Academic YearFall HeadcountAnnual FTEDegrees
2016-17763922
2017-18773733
2018-1932158
2019-2038146
2020-2136105

Average time-to-completion in yearsAverage credits-to-completionAverage monthly earnings six months after graduation
$ 9,320




The table to the right provides the degree award history of each the last five years, disaggregated by state residency. This breakout may may help explain why a relatively low percentage of program completers may appear to be working in Virginia.



Program Graduates by Domicile
YearIn-StateOut-of-StateTotal
2018-19628
2019-20516
2020-21415
Five Year Summary15419
Distribution by Gender and Race/Ethnicity within Five-year Totals,


YearForeign/ InternationalAfrican Am. or Black (NH)Am. Indian/ Native Am. (NH)Asian/ Pacific Islander (NH)HispanicWhite, Caucasian Am. (NH)Multi-Race (NH)Unknown/ Unreported (NH)Total
Sum of the Last 5 Years04021918319



Wages Earned in 2020

The table below shows the wage data for the select program and places it in the context of all wages at the same degree level of this institution by graduates with at least three (3) quarters of employment.





Post-Completion Wage Outcomes, Earnings in 2022
Graduation YearGrads (n)Grads w/Wages (n)25th PercentileMedian Wage75th Percentile
2011-12 (10 years)54046%$149,958$183,989$219,303
2013-14 (8 years)57840%$132,050$166,323$207,620
2016-17 (5 years)46037%$105,366$134,811$181,035
2018-19 (3 years)24639%$93,509$124,176$171,043
2020-21 (18 months)14338%$199,105$266,701$375,619



Student Debt of Graduates
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Number of Borrowers and Known Debt at Graduation
Borrowers (n)Borrowers (%)25th PercentileMedianMean75th Percentile
2013-14 to 2017-186317.5%$ 10,250$ 20,000$ 19,901$ 27,159
2014-15 to 2018-194417.9%$ 8,625$ 16,500$ 19,301$ 28,205
2015-16 to 2019-202619.7%$ 6,833$ 11,780$ 14,802$ 22,900
2016-17 to 2020-211114.9%$ 11,000$ 22,067$ 20,457$ 27,037
2017-18 to 2021-22
Note: Student borrowing at graduation, excludes PLUS loans, in five-year rollups. Includes all known institutionally-processed borrowing occuring at all public and nonprofit institutions in Virginia. Debt accrued outside Virginia in prior postsecondary activity is not available.
Number of Borrowers and Known Debt at Graduation, Including Parent-PLUS and Grad-PLUS
Borrowers (n)Borrowers (%)25th PercentileMedianMean75th Percentile
2013-14 to 2017-186317.5%$ 11,833$ 20,500$ 23,349$ 29,077
2014-15 to 2018-194417.9%$ 10,875$ 21,284$ 24,581$ 34,442
2015-16 to 2019-202619.7%$ 10,250$ 13,340$ 18,294$ 23,000
2016-17 to 2020-211114.9%$ 11,000$ 23,000$ 24,643$ 28,889
2017-18 to 2021-22


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