Conceive, design, and build systems.
Computer engineers work comfortably on both sides of the digital hardware and software gap. You'll develop versatility to work in numerous fields, including embedded systems, computer networks, robotics, or VLSI system design.
Use lasers, microprobes, robots, and anechoic chambers in lab-based learning programs. Embed wireless transmitters into pacemakers, enabling real-time monitoring capabilities for cardiac physicians and their patients in the Wireless Communication Enterprise. Work one-on-one with a faculty member researching wearable technology, GPS-based systems, and more in the undergraduate Research Scholars Program. Develop and implement environmentally-aware, sustainable, and equitable engineering projects through Engineers Without Borders.
Michigan Tech's computer engineering program gets you ready for the work you choose in a diverse field—from movie special effects to nanotechnology for bionic implants. Want to accelerate your career? You can do that, too—earn a master's degree in one additional year through the Accelerated Master's program.