MIAMI — Michigan University has just become the first public university to land a top ranking in the country for its IT degree.
The school’s IT degree ranks in the top five for the second consecutive year.
It’s the second-highest in the nation and tops the other programs that earn a mention in the list.
The degree is offered by Michigan Engineering Technology and Engineering Services, a program founded by former Michigan football coach and current NFL Hall of Famer Jim Harbaugh.
Michigan ranks second in the state for undergraduate degrees in IT.
The new IT degree is in line with other Michigan programs.
The School of Engineering at Michigan is ranked second in Michigan.
The College of Engineering is third.
The college was founded in 1918 and was named after the former founder of the Michigan Steel Corporation.
The department now serves more than 40,000 students across five campuses in Detroit and Ann Arbor.
The department also has several state-of-the-art buildings, including the School of Manufacturing and Manufacturing Engineering and the Center for the Study of Industrial Engineering and Design.
The university has about 6,000 undergraduate students and more than 2,000 graduate students.
The School of Computing and Information Systems at Michigan has earned three rankings in the last decade: first for its technology degrees, second for its computer information systems degrees and third for its engineering degrees.
It is ranked ninth in the U.S. for computing and engineering degrees and ninth for engineering degrees, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
Michigan ranked fifth in the overall ranking of colleges for computer information system degrees in 2015.
The school is also third in the ranking of computing and information systems for engineering programs.
In a statement, the university said the department’s IT programs are recognized as among the best in the world for their quality of teaching and innovation.
“We are excited to see this new, cutting-edge degree that reflects our passion for the students, faculty and staff that support the mission of Michigan Engineering,” university President Jeff Bailes said.
“The breadth of our technology offerings, combined with the breadth of programs available to our students, is a testament to our success in our mission to be the best university in the Midwest.”
The university will hold a conference call Wednesday afternoon to discuss the results of the rankings.
The conference will be live streamed on the university’s website.
The rankings will be released at a later date.