The Computational Science graduate certificate is designed for students majoring primarily in science and engineering, as either undergraduate or graduate students, who want to apply computational processes within their fields. The certificate requires graduate level work in numerical methods, simulation, parallel computing and a capstone project. In addition, students take a 3 credit discipline specific course. It can be completed in a single year, or done concurrently while completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Completing the graduate certificate requires a total of 15 additional graduate credits.
A breakdown of the computational science graduate certificate is given on the certificate description. You will need to apply to the graduate school.
Graduate Certificate in Computational Science
Application to the Graduate Program
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