The minor in computational science is available to students in any major. The minor allows you to develop an expertise in computational science while pursuing a conventional major, which provides the context wherein you apply your computational skills.
Computational Science Minor
Computational Science Curriculum
To complete the minor the student must achieve a grade-point average of at least 2.0 in courses totaling at least 21 credits, distributed as follows:
- MA377 Numerical Methods
At least two of the following:
- MA232 Elementary Differential Equations
- MA239 Elementary Linear Algebra
OR MA339 Applied Linear Algebra
- STAT282 General Statistics
OR STAT383 Probability and Statistics
- Application area electives to make a total of 21 credits
Application area electives are computational courses in departments other than mathematics, typically drawn from the student's major. The current list of approved courses is maintained by the Department of Mathematics.