Scientific Computing Minor
A multidisciplinary minor in scientific computing provides students with a valuable, intellectually challenging experience and marketable skills applicable in many fields.
Courses in this program stimulate collaboration and exchange among many departments—computer science and mathematics, chemistry, biology, and physics—and students who engage with this program will find that the problem-solving skills they gain can be applied in many fields. Specifically, the scientific computing curriculum offers broad exposure to data analysis, process optimization, and numerical simulations and gives students a foundational toolset they can draw from as leaders in professional settings.
High School Preparation
Calculus; Statistics; Chemistry; Biology; Physics; Computer Science