Students must take CISC621 Algorithms and one of the following:
- MATH 607 Survey of Scientific Computation.
- PHYS 660 Computational Methods in Physics.
- CHEG 827 Chemical Engineering Problems.
In addition student must also take courses from three different departments from those given in the table for a total of 15 credits. One course must be at the 800 level (CHEG 827 does not satisfy this requirement).
Student with sufficient background may waive up to 6 credits to replace one or both of the required courses from the required course list with the approval of the advisor. No credits may be transferred from another University or degree program toward this certificate.
Courses Search and Course Descriptions list current and future course offerings .
|Department||500 Level||600 Level||800 Level|
|Chemical Engineering (CHEG)||||||827*, 831, 841|
|Civil and Environmental Engineering (CIEG)||||601, 605||801|
|Computer and Information Sciences (CISC)||||601, 604, 614, 621*, 636, 637, 649, 675, 681, 683||841, 849, 879**, 886, 887, 889|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering (ELEG/CPEG)||||CPEG 655||ELEG 841|
|Mathematical Sciences (MATH)||||607*, 611, 612||817, 838|
|Mechanical Engineering (MEEG)||||667**||833|
|Physics and Astronomy (PHYS)||||650, 660*|||
*Indicates the courses from which the required courses must be selected.
**These topics courses may have multiple descriptions and subjects.