How many people does it take to build a computer? At Michigan Tech, lots—and that’s a good thing! Our crazy-smart computer engineers use their talents to conceive, design, and integrate complete computer systems from scratch. Computer engineering is a growing field, and our program’s innovative classes and hands-on research will give you a competitive edge—whether you’re applying to graduate school or working in industry.
Choose your Focus
As a computer engineering major you can focus on technical areas such as in:
- General purpose systems
- Embedded systems
What You Need to Know About This Program
- You can get involved in undergraduate research involving areas such as signal processing, hybrid electric vehicle design, photonics, micro-electronic materials, power systems/alternative energy, or computer engineering.
- Put your classroom skills into practice by working part-time in the local area with international corporations like GE Aviation and Dematic Corporation. These companies hire Michigan Tech students to fill critical positions in their IT areas.
- You can get extra help or find a fun job at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Learning Center.
- Our computer engineering department provides some of the best opportunities in the nation for laboratory-based learning, real-world design, and engineering entrepreneurship.
- Every classroom has computer projection and internet access, while laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.
- Classroom theory is reinforced by hands-on experiments and design projects that will prepare you for industry or advanced research.
- Michigan Tech's computer engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, telephone: (410) 347-7700.
Many computer engineers also get involved with our innovative Enterprise program—student-run business teams working to find real solutions for industry. The computer and electrical engineering department even sponsors their own teams: Wireless Communication, Blue Marble Security, and Automotive Computing Enterprise (ACE).