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  • November 2017 Report for Academic Year 2016-2017

    State of the

    Address FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

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    Undergraduate Enrolment November 1 Full-Time Headcounts

    Excludes Students on Co-op

    971 866 913 1037 861 992 974 871 1099 803

    2208 2350 2278 2264 2379 2650 2675 2805

    2815 2962

    124

    89 123 135 161 170

    197 236 248 247 216

    165 306 377

    420 525

    638 768 968

    1043 1106

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    2008-Nov 2009-Nov 2010-Nov 2011-Nov 2012-Nov 2013-Nov 2014-Nov 2015-Nov 2016-Nov 2017-Nov

    Eng 1 Eng Lvl 2-5 iBioMed Comp Science (All levels) B Tech (All levels)

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    Undergraduate Enrolment November 1 Headcounts November 2013 vs November 2017

    992

    362 357

    593 609

    136 165

    358

    570

    37

    22 21

    61 41

    7 18

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    803

    396 410

    798 733

    145 157

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    2013-Nov FT 2013-Nov PT 2017-Nov FT 2017-Nov PT

  • Student Quality: Entrance Averages 2010 - 2017

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    78.85 78.97 79.48

    78.98

    80.56 81.37

    82.1574 82.1574

    83.98 83.62 83.99

    86.19

    88.35 89.57

    91.9023 91.9023

    86.12 85.63

    87.3 87.68

    89.57 90.08 90.3469 90.3469

    95.2319

    77

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    2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

    BTECH COMP SCI ENGINEERING 1 IBEHS (new program 2017)

  • Graduate Enrolment November 1 FTE Counts (FT = 1 FTE, PT = .3 FTE)

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    0.0

    100.0

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    131.5 139.9 138.4 142.2 134.0 137.0 125.1 130.0 127.4 119.6

    119.9 130.2 127.2 130.5 158.6 201.0 233.5 215.2 228.6 260.3

    200.7 239.7

    300.0 267.6 272.3 272.0 202.9 204.6 199.0

    232.8 133.7 135.2

    163.4 197.8 191.4 212.0

    161.9 207.3 222.0

    282.6

    PhD Eligible PhD Ineligible Masters Eligible Masters Ineligible

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    Graduate Enrolment November 1 FTE Counts 2013 vs 2017 (FT = 1 FTE, PT = .3 FTE)

    54.3 39.9

    52.1

    73.5

    30 39.5 39.4

    29.3

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    72.7

    70.5

    40.4 26.3

    66.8

    14 85.6

    50.3 49.2 48.9

    75.3

    29 29

    67.2

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    32 30.5

    69.1

    77.4

    31.7 38.3

    58.3

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    142.1

    Chemical Civil CAS ECE Eng Phys Materials Mechanical Biomedical SEPT 0

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    2013-Nov Doctoral 2013-Nov Masters 2017-Nov Doctoral 2017-Nov Masters

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    Departmental Distribution of Student FTE (Graduate & Undergraduate)

    Growth Eng1 3% Chem 2% Civil 6% CAS 19% ECE 5% EngPhys -5% MSE -9% Mech 18% SEP 21% Biomed 39% Btech -4% Overall 6%

    Eng1, 887, 18%

    Chem, 387, 8%

    Civil, 404, 8%

    CAS, 669, 14%

    ECE, 650, 13%

    EngPhys, 194, 4%

    MSE, 216, 5%

    Mech, 417, 9%

    SEP, 85, 2%

    Biomed, 43, 1%

    Btech, 882, 18%

    Eng1, 916, 18%

    Chem, 394, 8%

    Civil, 429, 8%

    CAS, 797, 16%

    ECE, 684, 13%

    EngPhys, 184, 4%

    Mech, 493, 10%

    SEP, 103, 2%

    Biomed, 60, 1%

    Btech, 847, 16%

  • B.Tech: 2017 Achievements

     DCP Software Engineering Technology: o McMaster's first fully online Undergraduate Degree

     Opening of the Learning Factory o A cyberphysical systems learning lab that simulates an actual shop floor with multiple stations that imitate the various production stages

     Record enrolment in DCP programs  Record enrolment in M.Eng. Programs in the School of Engineering

    Practice and Technology

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     From Sept 2016 to Aug 2017, there was an upward trend in students accessing co-op, compared to last year  1,524 students participated in co-op programs  2,421 work terms completed

     16% increase in co-op work term postings resulting from enhanced employer engagement.

     47% increase in the provision of 1:1 career and co-op support undergraduate meetings. 1,504

     2,221 students were seen in 2016/17 compared to 1,504 in 2015/16.  47% increase in the provision of 1:1 career and co-op support undergraduate

    meeting

    Co-op and Career Programs: Fostering student success

  • Women in Engineering 2016/2017

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    Location Undergraduate Students

    Graduate Students

    Faculty FTE

    Canada 20.7 24.8 16.6 % Change from prior year 1.6 0.8 2.8

    Ontario 21.2 24.7 15.3 % Change from prior year 1.6 0.9 0.7

    McMaster 20.2 23.4 14.5 % Change from prior year 2.6 -3.1 2.2

    Source: Engineers Canada

  • Engineering Recruitment: Centralization of Undergraduate Recruitment Function

     Portfolio consists of all Level 1 programs:  Engineering  Integrated Biomedical Engineering & Health Sciences  Computer Science  Bachelor of Technology

     Reconstituted team of two dedicated full-time Recruitment & Promotion Coordinators

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  • Engineering Recruitment: Centralization of Undergraduate Recruitment Function

     Operational efficiencies, including:  Eliminated duplication by consolidating staffing and processes into a single unit  Online scheduling system for Engineering Ambassador work shift assignments, payroll

    tracking  Standardization of tours to accommodate higher volume of visitors, and ease of training on

    key talking points

     Improved coordination with McMaster’s Central Recruitment & Admissions Office:  Single point of contact for admissions, scholarships, major events & publications  Shared online chat function (Lucky Orange) *integration with Central Recruitment coming in 2018  Shared online tour booking form *coming in 2018  Collaborative International Recruitment initiatives

     Improved responsiveness and consistency of messaging through newly designed:

     Tours  Inquiry handling protocols (phone, e-mail etc.)  Online & off-line promotional material  Single point of contact for communication with Influencers including Guidance Counsellors,

    teachers etc.

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  • Engineering Recruitment: Undergraduate Recruitment (select events)

    Event Date Reach B.Tech: Day in the Life March – various dates 300

    May@Mac May 12 -

    Scholars Reception May 12 -

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  • Engineering Recruitment: Building the Graduate Recruitment Function

     Established full-time dedicated Recruitment & Promotion Coordinator role with recruitment portfolio for:  Graduate research programs  Professional programs  Works in partnership with SGS, program faculty & staff

     Dedicated FTE enables:  Review of existing recruitment and application processes to identify &

    address barriers  Benchmarking against comparator graduate programs  Improved data collection and analysis  Active relationship building with prospective students

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  • Engineering Recruitment: Graduate Recruitment Events

     Established full membership in the Canadian Graduate Engineering Consortium

     2017 Canadian Graduate Engineering Consortium Recruitment Tour, held fairs at each member campus:  McGill  Queen’s  McMaster  UWaterloo  University of Toronto  University of Alberta  University of British Columbia

     North American Online Graduate Engineering Fair – October 2017  YorkU Lassonde School Grad Fair – November 2017  Online Webinars – January onwards  Grad ‘Coffee House’ Fair – February 2018

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  • Marketing & Communications

    Attracting Top Students: Recruiting exemplary young scholars

    Improving Gender Diversity: Promoting gender equity

    Enhancing Student Retention: Supporting student success

    • Enhancing social media, support production of undergraduate and graduate program guides, oversee promotional recruitment videos, run ads in top university rankings issues, i.e. Macleans, Globe and Mail

    • Run and support digital recruitment campaign

    • Deliberate gender balance in all promotional content, photos, video, stories. Maximize visibility through key opportunities.

    • Created video highlighting key scholarship winners • Internal communications, promoting student events and activities (TV screens) • Enhance reputation to attract the best students

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    Marketing & Communications

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