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The minor in Computational Science gives students in the natural sciences a significant computing extension to their academic major and allows them to explore modern uses of computation and the computer in the sciences. The minor requires a total of six courses :

    CS 143 Introduction to Computer Science
    MA 234N Differential Equations

and any two mathematics or physics courses and any two computer science courses, from the following list:

    MA 238 Optimization Techniques
    MA 333 Probability and Statistics I
    MA 341 Numerical Analysis
    MA 351 Fourier Analysis
    MA 421 Partial Differential Equations
    PH 245 Computer Models in Science

    CS 221N Data Structures
    CS 330 Analysis of Algorithms
    CS 334 Bioinformatics
    CS 415 Computer Networks
    CS 430 GPU Computing
    CS 450 Computer Graphics
    CS 455 Digital Image Processing
    CS 470 Evolutionary Computation

Students may not minor in both Computational Science and Computer Science.

CP 498: Comprehensive Examination

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