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The program is available to masters students associated with participating departments. Completion of requirements entitles you to a special degree notation on your transcripts.
In the Collaborative Graduate Program in Computational Science and Engineering, you must:
- Complete the coursework, thesis and other requirements of the "home" program in which you enrol;
- Pass the "Fundamentals of Computational Science" graduate course;
- Pass the "High Performance Computing and Its Applications" graduate course;
- Participate in the Computational Science Colloquium;
- Undertake a thesis or project or essay that applies or contributes to the computational approach in your home discipline.