Three letters of recommendation from persons in a position to judge academic ability;
Personal statement of motivating interest for the program and briefly describe research interests and educational goals.
Copies of unofficial transcripts from all postsecondary institutions attended.
The concentration focuses on professional applications of computational science. To enter the program, students must possess a bachelors degree with a strong mathematical background. The student must complete a graduate program of 40 units to include the following:
Substitution of core courses is permitted based on disciplines related to student’s specialization with prior consent of program director. With prior consent of the director, 600-level courses from other departments may be used as electives, based on the student’s background and research interest. A complete student program must be approved by the computational science program director.