The Computational Science program at San Diego State University offers a Master's degree in Computational Science. The program features courses and research projects under the supervision of SDSU faculty from the College of Sciences in the following departments: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Geology, Mathematics, and Physics.
MS OverviewThe program of study is driven by the problem under investigation: real scientific problem-solving is emphasized through a thesis that could be done in conjunction with a carefully managed extramural research program. The thesis project must be interdisciplinary. Graduates will be prepared for positions in scientific research, scientific programming, and software engineering. A complete student program must be approved by the committee on Computational Science. Click here to learn more.....
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- Program Curriculum
- Emphasis in Data Science
- Computational and Data Science Faculty
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