The Department of Computational and Data Sciences offers three graduate degree programs, two graduate certificate programs and one undergraduate B.S. program with both a major and a minor. All of graduate programs offer flexible learning environments for those seeking to extend their undergraduate education. Classes are generally scheduled in the late afternoon or early evening to accommodate the schedules of busy professionals.
The Computational Sciences and Informatics PhD program provides many exciting opportunities for students to conduct cutting-edge research in interdisciplinary fields that combine fundamental scientific concepts with advanced computational techniques and algorithms.
The Computational Science MS program addresses the growing national and regional demand for trained computational scientists by combining a solid foundation in information technology skills with computational courses in a variety of scientific areas.
The Graduate Certificate in Computational Techniques and Applications affords students an opportunity to improve their basic computational skills, and is designed primarily for technical professionals.