In recognition of the importance of modeling and simulation in an increasing number of applications, the Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Computational Science Minor is intended to help prepare science, math, and engineering students for leading roles in their professions.
The Undergraduate Minor in Computational Science is based on the following requirements:
- The student must earn 15 credit hours in specified courses.
- Within the 15 credits, the student must earn 9 credits at the upper-division level (3000 or above).
- Within the 15 credits, the student must earn 6 credits outside of her/his major.
- Within the 15 credits, the student must earn at least 6 credits in core courses.
- Only grades of C or better will be accepted for the minor.
The 15 hours of coursework are divided between core and elective courses as listed below.