How to Get Started
Know your degree requirements.
- Applied Computing Degree Requirements
- Computer Science Degree Requirements
- Data Science Degree Requirements
Additional tools to help you plan:
Develop Your Professional Path
- In co-ops, students are registered for Michigan Tech credit while working with a company, typically during a fall or spring semester of the junior or senior year of studies.
- Additional information is available on the Career Services website, including requirements, needed forms, and FAQs.
- If you are interested in working in research and development or thinking about graduate school, you should plan to get some undergraduate research experience.
- Minors are focus areas that can be added to your degree program. If you have additional interests browse the available minors.
- Some popular minors include:
- Minor in Spanish, French, or German
- International Minor in Spanish, French, or German
- Minor in Math
- Minor in Economics
- Minor in Global Business
- Minor in Psychology
- The Enterprise program is an opportunity for you to work with other students on real-world sponsored projects. There are many Enterprise teams to choose from. The two Enterprise teams housed in our department have been popular with computer science students.
Senior Design Options
- Some majors are required to complete a Senior Design project during the final two semesters of their undergraduate studies.
- Students choosing to participate in Enterprise may be able to incorporate their Enterprise project into a Senior Design project.
- Students may be able to complete their Senior Design project outside their home department.
- If you are interested in a research career you should consider going to graduate school following completion of your undergraduate degree.
- Fine more information on the Graduate School website.
- Apply for Graduate School
- Many graduate programs can be completed as an Accelerated Master's.