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Graduate Minor in Computational Science and Engineering

High Performance Computations have been identified as a major competitive advantage for institutions and corporations and individuals possessing the necessary skills can expect exciting and rewarding career opportunities. The Graduate Minor in Computational Science and Engineering is designed to allow doctoral students finishing graduate work that involves high performance computing to add a credential to their degree, acknowledging their expertise in the area.

The Minor requires 12 credit hours of course work in computations and related areas plus a dissertation involving high performance computing. Two of the courses must be beyond the minimum course requirement for the student’s regular program. The courses must be selected from the list on the courses page, or be approved by the coordinator of the minor. At least one course must be from the Numerical Methods group and one course must be from the Scientific Computing group. Many of the courses are taught every year, thus providing ample opportunities to complete the minor during a doctoral study.

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