CMPS 5323 - Graduate Topics in Computational Science
Prerequisite(s): CMPS 2433 and MATH 1634.
Advanced studies of computational analysis of complex systems inspired by the mathematics, natural, and physical sciences. Areas include but are not limited to computational biology, chemistry, epidemiology, informatics, physics, or applied mathematics as well as simulation, visualization, and high-performance computing. Includes research components. May be repeated for credit with the approval of the department chair.