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Computational Science and Engineering Minor

The Computational Science and Engineering minor is an interdisciplinary program that is designed to help prepare students with majors in engineering, sciences and mathematics for graduate study and research careers in modeling and simulation of physical and engineering systems using modern cyberinfrastructure.

Program Coordinator
Donna Calhoun, Ph.D.
donnacalhoun@boisestate.edu

 Advisors

Computer Science: Tim Anderson
Engineering: Eric Jankowski
Mathematics: Donna Calhoun, Jodi Mead, Grady Wright

Computational Science and Engineering Minor

Course Number and Title Credits
Choose either Cluster A or Cluster B:
Cluster A:
CS 117 C++ for Engineers
CS 121, 121L Computer Science I and Lab
CS 221 Computer Science II
Cluster B:
CS 121, 121L Computer Science I and Lab
CS 221 Computer Science II
CS 253 Introduction to Systems Programming
10
MATH 175 Calculus II4
MATH 333 Differential Equations with Matric Theory4
Choose one (1) scientific computing course from the following:
MATH 365 Introduction to Computational Mathematics
MATH 465 Numerical Methods I
PHYS 325 Scientific Computing<
3
Choose one (1) parallel computing course from the following:
CS 430 Parallel Computing or
ME 471 Parallel Scientific Computing
3
One (1) upper division (300 or above) course with a computational emphasis.3
Requires approval of the departmental CSE advisor or of the CSE coordinator. Students can substitute a Computational Science Internship (3 credits). Students are required to submit a final internship report to the CSE program coordinator.
Total 27

2016-2017 catalog