Dean Dennis Livesay talks with students Rekhi Hall, 2nd floor hallway.

It's all about computing.

There has never been a better time to prepare for tomorrow. Computing has become central to all major industries, from business and manufacturing to entertainment and medicine. And the need for talented, well-trained computing professionals is growing quickly. In fact, it is predicted that employment in computer and information technology occupations will increase by 15% from 2021 and 2031. And the pay is great, too. In May 2021, the median annual wage for this employment sector was $97,430, almost double the median annual wage for all occupations. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

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Start your Computer Science career at Michigan Tech.

 Computer scientists and software engineers design, develop, and apply the software and hardware for all the technology that we encounter in everyday life. But the Computer Science field is about much more than programming. It’s about inventing and building creative, innovative solutions. Questions related to science, engineering, health care, and many other areas are answered with the support of computers. 

In the Michigan Tech Computer Science department you'll discover leading- edge degree programs, innovative teaching and mentoring, cutting-edge research, and rewarding community outreach activities. A computer science degree will provide you with a foundation of knowledge, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking that will serve as an advantage to you in your career in whatever field you choose. 

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