College of Computing

Discover and explore cutting-edge advancements in computer science, modern fields of applied mathematics, and the latest in information technologies at Illinois Tech’s College of Computing. We educate students to be not only fluent in advanced data sciences and tech, but also to become future innovators and thought leaders in these fields.

You will find hands-on, real-world experience by working with faculty who are pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, big data, cloud computing, manufacturing, and more. Our applied mathematics faculty are leading breakthroughs in applied analysis, computational mathematics, discrete applied mathematics, statistics, and stochastics.

The College of Computing continues Illinois Tech’s mission to provide talented and motivated students from diverse backgrounds with a one-of-a-kind academic experience. Students who have a passion for computing and tech will find no better place to study than at Illinois Tech, Chicago’s only tech-focused university.

Welcome to the College of Computing

See how the College of Computing is harnessing the power of data and computation to shape education at Illinois Tech.

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Your Computing Degree—Elevated

Real-world experiences like research projects, internships, study away, competitions, and short courses will help you make the most of your top-tier computing degree. Illinois Tech’s unique Elevate program guarantees that you’ll take part in hands-on experiences and receive personal academic and career guidance, which add up to higher career possibilities.

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College of Computing Magazine

College of Computing Magazine is a publication highlighting the accomplishments and achievements of the college's students, faculty, and alumni. Read about the latest news and research initiatives at Illinois Tech's newest college.

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SoReMo's Impact on Society

The Socially Responsible Modeling, Design, and Computation (SoReMo) initiative empowers student researchers to tackle society's challenges using data and computing.


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Illinois Tech faculty bring monthly hands-on activities and discussion topics in computing, engineering, and business to your high school classroom through the College of Computing’s STEM Café.

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