About the CMH Division
The Computer Network and System Administration/Mechatronics, Electrical, and Robotics Engineering Technology/Health Informatics Division (or "the Division", for short) brings together those faculty and programs in the College of Computing with a common interest in applied aspects of computing. The areas of study within the Division - computer networks, cybersecurity, robotics, big data - have been identified by several groups as key technologies for the development of "Industry 4.0" capabilities in modern manufacturing and industry, and as such our degree programs provide graduates skills that are in high demand, now and in the future.
The Division offers three undergraduate degree programs (BS in Computer Network and System Administration, BS in Electrical Engineering Technology, BS in Cybersecurity) and two graduate degree programs (MS in Health Informatics, MS in Mechatronics.)
As part of Michigan Tech's brand-new College of Computing, faculty in the Division are hard at work developing new degree programs, some of which will become part of the College's signature "convergence" programs that are will be offered jointly with other academic units. Programs are currently being designed in robotics and data science, and others are under consideration.