Detroit Business: MSU to Help Create National Quantum Technology Curriculum

Michigan State University in East Lansing has partnered with four other universities in the Midwest to develop a national model for undergraduate curriculum in quantum technologies, an emerging field.

Members of MSU’s Center for Quantum Computing, Science, and Engineering (MSU-Q) are working with faculty from Ohio State University, the University of Chicago, Chicago State University, and the University of Illinois. The curriculum will be called QuSTEAM (Quantum Information Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics).

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