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Tomorrow needs computing professionals.

Computing  professionals are in demand across all industries and the job opportunities are virtually endless. In the Michigan Tech College of Computing, students work closely with faculty and peers to build the practical and theoretical knowledge and experience they'll need to join the inventors, engineers, coders, and innovators of tomorrow.

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    best return on investment (ROI) of public colleges in Michigan
  • #4
    best public colleges for internships
  • Top 25
    best colleges in the Great Lakes region

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Learn more about studying computing at Michigan's flagship technological university.

Academic Excellence

The College of Computing is recognized by the National Security Agency as a Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (NSA CAE-CD) as designated by the National Security Agency (NSA). And the BS in Cybersecurity degree is the validated CAE Program of Study (PoS). Our BS programs in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Network and System Administration, and Electrical Engineering Technology are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET,

Next Gen Careers

The recipient of multiple National Science Foundation grants, the College of Computing working to meet the needs of the United States workforce, including the NSF CyberCorps Scholarship for Service program and the NSF/NSA GenCyber program for K-12 students and teachers. The college is also a State of Michigan Michigander Scholars partner, training the next generation of EV, mobility tech, and semiconductor professionals.

Ready for Work

From senior design projects and Enterprise teams to research opportunities, industry-standard learning labs and internships and co-ops, College of Computing students prepare for today’s workplace through hands-on learning and practice. And on our college advisory boards, industry professionals assure that computing programs are teaching the most current knowledge and best practices our students will need for successful careers.

Research Opportunities

With a portfolio of $12.0M and 88 active grant-funded projects, graduate and undergraduate students have multiple opportunities to contribute to cutting-edge computing research, often as paid assistants. The college has 50 active National Science Foundation (NSF) grants, our largest and most frequent sponsor.

Student Testimonials

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Olivia has loved coding since she was 10. She also enjoys sailing. She’s able to do both at Michigan Tech, studying for her software engineering degree in the College of Computing and joining the MTU Sailing Club.

Student News



In Michigan Tech's College of Computing I have the opportunity to learn from a curriculum that is cutting-edge and interdisciplinary. The wide array of courses allows me to discover the impact and applications of data in healthcare. I love Michigan Tech, where creativity meets the beauty of the Upper Peninsula and the education is as rich as Lake Superior.

Chandu Narasimhareddyvari, Graduate Student, Health Informatics MS
Chandu Narasimhareddyvari
Graduate Student, Health Informatics MS