Build change from next-generation interfaces to the next generation of innovators. Iterate faster and more creatively in virtual space. Work with exceptional faculty (including five NSF CAREER Award winners) in outstanding facilities, including the first College of Computing in the state of Michigan. From applied cognitive science and human factors to computational science and engineering, be part of interdisciplinary collaboration and an effective project-funding support system—two million in research expenditures annually—at a public research University ranked 14th among the top 30 computer science programs in the country.
The combination of outstanding faculty and outstanding facilities will provide you the opportunity to become adept in your chosen area through research and studies.
Trusted software engineering. Critical infrastructure protection. Network security management. Cybersecurity is a broad field and a national priority.
Michigan Tech's master's in medical informatics graduate program covers the multidisciplinary field of informatics, decision support systems, telemedicine, ethics, security and privacy of data, consumer health informatics, interoperability, mHealth development, international health care systems, and translational research informatics.
The multidisciplinary Mechatronics MS degree is preparing a new generation of applied researchers and entrepreneurs ready to revitalize the US and global economies in advanced manufacturing and automation. The Mechatronics MS curriculum teaches the advanced technical and design implementation/instrumentation skills sought by industries including consumer products, aerospace and military, automotive, and others. Coming soon for current Michigan Tech students, this program will be available as an accelerated master's degree.