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The COSINE Committee of the Commission on Education of the National Academy of Engineering was organized in September, 1965 to help electrical engineering departments develop educational programs in computer engineering and to redesign other courses to use digital computers. The COSINE Committee disbanded in late 1972. A final activity of the COSINE Committee was an evaluation of the growth of computer engineering in electrical engineering departments during the last seven years and of the impact of COSINE Committee activities. The evaluation was accomplished through a questionnaire survey of electrical engineering department chairmen. This paper reports the results of that survey∗.