Accessibility Statement. The areas of study within the Applied Computing department -- 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 future will be here tomorrow—and it belongs to you. The areas of study within the Applied Computing department -- 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. 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 Department of Applied Computing brings together those faculty and programs in the College of Computing with a common interest in applied aspects of computing. The Department of Applied Computing brings together those faculty and programs in the College of Computing with a common interest in applied aspects of computing. > Programs. RedTeam promotes a security-driven mindset among Michigan Tech students and provides a community and resource for those wishing to learn more about information security. As part of Michigan Tech's new College of Computing, faculty in the Department of Applied Computing are hard at work developing new degree programs, some of which will become part of the College's signature "convergence" programs that will be offered jointly with other academic units. The Applied Computing Department offers three undergraduate degree programs: (BS in Computer Network and System AdministrationBS in Electrical Engineering TechnologyBS in Cybersecurity, MS in Health InformaticsMS in Mechatronics. The areas of study within the Applied Computing department -- 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. > Be ready with a Michigan Tech computing degree. My Account | Industrial Advisory Boards  Employment  Contact Us, View Kay's Calendar and Schedule a Meeting, Computer Network and System Administration—BS, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Programming Languages and Software Engineering, brings together those faculty and programs in the, College of Computing with a common interest in applied aspects of, computing. Visionaries who champion big data and grand challenges. ... jinshant@mtu.edu; 906-487-3386 (Office); 906-487-1723 (Lab) Rekhi Hall 107; Research Interests. Cybersecurity specialists. Both are members of the ICC’s Center for Cybersecurity. Webpages about Applied Computing undergraduate degrees. Department of Applied Computing Master's Theses and Master's Reports, Department of Applied Computing Publications, Home | Learn to build and troubleshoot computer networks and manage enterprise systems effectively and securely. About | Because tomorrow needs AI experts. Programs are currently being designed in robotics and data science, and others are under consideration. Applied Computing. Search Michigan Tech website. College of Computing FAQ | Computer Network and System Administration—BS. Listing of Applied Computing faculty in the College of Computing at Michigan Tech. Home Listing of Applied Computing faculty in the College of Computing at Michigan Tech. The College of Computing at Michigan Technological University prepares inventors, engineers, coders, and innovators for tomorrow. Health Informatics—MS. Professor Yu Cai, Applied Computing, and Assistant Professor Bo Chen, Computer Science, are advisor and co-advisor of RedTeam, respectively. The areas of study within the Applied Computing department --, groups as key technologies for the development of ", capabilities in modern manufacturing and industry, and as such our, degree programs provide graduates skills that are in high demand, now, The Applied Computing Department offers three, As part of Michigan Tech's new College of Computing, faculty in, the Department of Applied Computing are hard at work developing, which will become part of the College's signature "convergence" programs, that will be offered jointly with other academic units. The Department of Applied Computing brings together those faculty and programs in the College of Computing with a common interest in applied aspects of computing.