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Computational science and engineering (CSE) is a discipline devoted to the creation, study, and application of computer-based models of natural and engineered systems. Such models are essential to the exploration and understanding of scientific phenomena as well as the design and analysis of modern, human-created systems. The CSE discipline draws upon concepts from computer science, applied mathematics, science, and engineering in order to synthesize a cohesive body of knowledge concerned with the representation and manipulation of models using computational procedures.

Georgia Tech offers interdisciplinary MS and PhD degree programs in computational science and engineering. The program is designed for students with an undergraduate background in either computing (e.g., computer science), mathematics, engineering, or science.

Each student enrolled in the program is associated with a home unit, selected from one of these participating units.

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