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Application to the Certificate in Computational Science and Engineering program is submitted using the on-line graduate admission application that includes a statement of purpose, two letters of recommendation and transcripts from all previous college or university study.
Students currently matriculated in a graduate degree program should complete a "Change of Classification Form " to seek approval to add the Certificate in Computation Science and Engineering Program.
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Students in the Certificate in Computational Science and Engineering program must achieve a grade of B- or better to obtain credit for a course toward the certificate. Students must obtain at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average in the courses from the list to obtain the certificate.
Credits may be applied to a degree program at the discretion of the Department housing the degree program. We expect that, at a minimum, the majority of credits may be applied to a graduate degree program. This also applies to dual Bachelor/Master degrees.