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    Kay Oliver, Academic Advisor

    Kay Oliver is the academic advisor for all College of Computing graduate-level majors, as well as the undergraduate majors in the Applied Computing department (CNSA, EET, Cybersecurity, Mechatronics). Chances are good that you’ve met Kay. Here’s a bit of background about her education and career. Oliver has an M.A. in educational technology from Michigan State…


    Register Early for Summer ’21 CS, EET, SAT Classes

    The College of Computing will offer the following CS, EET, and SAT classes this summer. Please register early. Any courses with insufficient enrollment by April 5, 2021, may not be offered this summer. Link to registration information here. CS Classes – Summer 2021 CS 1111, Intro to Programming in C/C++CRN 52293 | Lab | Instructor:…


    Michigan Tech on Multiple U.S. News and World Report Rankings Lists

    U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings of colleges and universities was released last week and, once again, Michigan Tech appears on several the new lists. Michigan Tech appears on the following ranking lists: National UniversitiesBest Colleges for VeteransBest Value SchoolsTop Performers on Social MobilityTop Public Schools Complete ranking lists and more information about the…


    Computer Science, Software Engineering B.S. Programs Granted ABET Accreditation

    The Computer Science and Software Engineering bachelor of science programs in the Michigan Tech College of Computing have recently been granted ABET accreditations through ABET’s Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) and its Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC), respectively. ABET accreditation, which is voluntary, provides assurance that a college or university program meets the quality standards of the…