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Master of Science in Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering

Master of Science in Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering

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The Master of Science degree in Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering provides students broad and deep knowledge of the fundamental techniques used in computational modeling and data science, as well as significant exposure to at least one application domain. A total of 30 credits are required for the degree under either Plan A (with thesis) or Plan B (without thesis). Requirements for Both Plan A and Plan B Complete additional course work in one or more cognate areas chosen in consultation with the student’s guidance committee as specified in the CMSE graduate handbook. All students must complete Responsible Conduct of Research Training. Successful completion and defense of a thesis based on original research on a problem in computational and/or data science. The thesis research will culminate in a written thesis to be submitted to, and accepted by, a guidance committee. An oral examination of the student’s work may be required.

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