College of Computing

Facts

College of Computing Degree Programs

Minors

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Masters of Science (MS)

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Enrollment and Retention

Data as of Fall 2018. Includes undergraduate and graduate students in the following majors: Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Networking and Systems Administration (CNSA), Electrical Engineering Technology (EET), and Health Informatics.

680 Total students

611 Undergraduate students

69 Graduate students

82.6% First to second year retention rate

Financial Aid

More than 91% of Michigan Tech students receive financial assistance—totaling more than $54 million per year—in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time student employment.

ACT Scores*

27.6 Composite

27.2 Math

27.0 English

SAT Scores*

1284 Total

648 Math

636 Reading/Writing

*Includes undergraduate students in the following majors: Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Networking and Systems Administration (CNSA), and Electrical Engineering Technology (EET).

Degrees and Careers

Data as of 2017-18.  Includes undergraduate and graduate students in the following majors: Computer Science, Computer Networking and Systems Administration (CNSA), Electrical Engineering Technology (EET), Health Informatics, and Software Engineering.

98 Bachelor's degrees awarded

20 Master's degrees awarded

PhD degrees awarded

95% Within six months of graduation

$65,000 Average starting salary

Collaborating Schools and Departments

Faculty

19 Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty

14 Non-tenure track faculty

Staff

Funding

$9,444,798 Externally funded grants and contracts

39 Awards and contracts as of May 30, 2019