To advance the transformational promise of computing in the service of society through excellence in teaching, research, and outreach.
To be the premier provider of computing talent and innovation to Michigan and the Great Lakes region.
The College of Computing will:
- Offer a strong academic foundation of core areas in computer science and computer systems, while reaching out and supporting computing activity and research campus-wide.
- Introduce new academic programs in areas such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and games and interactive media will be actively pursued and introduced as the College grows, based on student and marketplace demand.
- Participate in a set of academic programs that are termed convergence programs: new or existing academic programs offered by two or more units at Michigan Tech, and will share the responsibility and the credit for the success of these programs.
- Propel the university forward as an internationally-recognized campus for graduate studies in computing.
- Meet the market demand for education in computer science and related fields, preparing students for lifelong careers in a rapidly changing environment.
- Meet the industry demand in Michigan and the region for talent in software engineering, artificial intelligence, data science, and cybersecurity.
- Elevate the visibility of Michigan Tech as a vital contributor to the educational needs and the economic prosperity of the state and the region.
The College of Computing will offer and support learning, teaching, and research in five core computing areas and five interdisciplinary areas.
Core Computing Areas
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
- Software Engineering
- Algorithms & Theoretical Computing
- Computer Systems
- Human-Centered Computing & Human-Computer Interaction
- Robotics & Autonomous Systems
- Data Science
- Internet of Things/Edge Computing
- Computational Science & Engineering