BSOE's Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics offers up SciCAM: a new M.S. Program in Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics

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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics now offers an M.S. program in scientific computing and applied mathematics (SciCAM). Starting in Fall 2015, SciCAM students will learn a combination of cutting-edge computational methods for modern high-performance computing architectures and applied mathematical modeling.

The M.S. is ideally suited to meet the increasing need for graduates in the rapidly growing markets of computational mathematics and modeling, high-performance computing and data science. Such computationally knowledgeable and experienced modelers are highly sought after in industry and government agencies.

Program Features

• 1-year (accelerated) and 2-year (normal) tracks available

• Vast choice of elective courses allows for various specializations

• Research and coursework tracks are both available

• Hands-on approach to scientific computing and applied mathematics

• Practical applied mathematical modeling with real world applications

• Small classes, great student-to-faculty ratio

• Diverse, friendly and supportive faculty

• Potential for internships in Silicon Valley

• Scholarships available

For more information: ga.soe.ucsc.edu

Application website: gradapp.ucsc.edu/apply/SciCAM-MS/start

About the AMS department: ams.soe.ucsc.edu