Graduate Minor in Computational Science
Masters students may pursue a 9-hour Interdisciplinary Graduate Minor in Computational Science (IGMCS). The minor requires coursework in three areas: Computer and Information Sciences, Applied Mathematics, and a selected discipline outside of information sciences.
SIS courses that support the minor include human-centered computing, knowledge discovery and data mining, and digital libraries, among other topics. Ph.D. students must take 15 hours to earn a minor. For more information about the IGMCS, contact Dr. Peiling Wang.