Computational Science

Computational Science is an exciting, interdisciplinary field that is at the intersection of the sciences, computer science, and mathematics. Computational Science combines mathematical modeling, simulation, visualization, programming and high-preformance computing with scientific disciplines.

Students who complete an eligible major can obtain an Emphasis in Computational Science with a few additional courses and completing a summer internship or research project involving scientific computing. Eligible majors include; Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science (with 2 lab-science courses at the 200-level or above).

For more information, contact:

Dr. Beau Christ
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science