In recognition of the importance of modeling and simulation in an increasing number of applications, the Graduate Interdisciplinary Computational Science Minor is intended to help prepare science, math, and engineering students for leading roles in their professions.
The student must earn 15 credit hours in specified courses.
Within the 15 credits, the student must earn at least 12 credits in graduate level classes (5000).
Within the 15 credits, the student must earn 6 credits outside of her/his department.
Only grades of B or better will be accepted for a course counting towards the minor.
For all students, the 15 hours of coursework will be divided into 9 credit hours of core courses and 6 credit hours of electives.