Mississippi State University offers the Master of Science in Computational Engineering. Computational engineering is an interdisciplinary curriculum where the program of study is personalized to the individual student. Many classes in computational engineering are taken through the departments of Aerospace, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Math, and others. The program is targeted to engineers and scientists working in the nation’s major national laboratories, such as the Department of Defense, NASA and the Department of Energy where high-performance computing assets are readily available. Students may elect either the thesis or non-thesis option.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Engineering, Math or Physics. GRE scores.
Non-Thesis: 33 credit hours
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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