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## Who is Eligible?

The student must be enrolled in a B.S. program in at least one of the SSE degree-awarding units. The B.S. requirements will guarantee that the student has a substantial background in the application area.

## Prerequisites

In addition to the requirements of the B.S. degree, the following course must be taken: Math 3310/6310: Scientific Computing I. With approval by the CCS Director, some students may take CENG 3230, PHYS 3170 or CMPS 2200 as a substitute.

## Course Requirements

24 hours (8 courses) must be taken to complete the masters. Up to 6 credits may be taken during years 1-4 as courses that double count toward the undergraduate major and the Masters degree. Up to an additional 6 credits during years 1-4 may be taken as part of the Masters degree (but not count toward the major).

- MATH7570 Computing II (numerical linear algebra) or equivalent
- MATH7580 Computing III (numerical differential equations) or equivalent
- COSC3000/6000 C++ Programming for Science and Engineering
- COSC3100/6100 Data Visualization
- COSC3200/6200 Large-scale Computation
- One course from Group A
- Two courses from Group B, one with approval from CCS advisor

## Group A (theory and applications)

- MATH4470/6470 Analytical Methods of Applied Mathematics
- MATH7310 Applied Mathematics I
- MATH7320 Applied Mathematics II
- BMEN7610 Bioelectricity
- BMEN7230 Biomaterials
- BMEN7300 Biomechanics
- BMEN6420 Biotransport Phenomena
- BMEN6330 Biofluid Mechanics
- CENG6770 Advances in Biotechnology
- CHEM7120 Statistical Mechanics
- NSCI7110 Graduate Neuroscience
- EBIO7270 Population Ecology
- PHYS7170 Quantum Mechanics or the 600-level equivalent of PHYS447
- PHYS6080 Surface Science
- Other courses with approval from CCS advisor

## Group B (computing courses)

- MATH7740 Special Topics in Computational Mathematics
- CHEM7140 Computational Quantum Chemistry
- MATH7360 Data Analysis
- BMEN6620 Multiscale Modeling of Biophysical Systems
- Other courses with approval from program director