For Prospective Students:
The Computational Science program is interdisciplinary and open to qualified students with an undergraduate degree in engineering, mathematics, computer science, or the natural sciences. Prospective students should have an aptitude for scientific computer programming.
Each program of study is tailored to reflect individual educational backgrounds and research goals within an established concentration area.
All programs of study must incorporate preparation in each of the three core areas of Computational Science.
- Official Transcripts from every college attended
- Supplemental Application
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- International Applicants must also submit GRE Scores
Prospective students can apply by following application procedures of the UTC Graduate School at UTC | Graduate School.
The application and all application requirements must be submitted and complete by the stated deadlines below:
- Fall Admission: February 1st
- Spring Admission: September 1st
International students should also visit International Student Services website for additional admissions related information.
Director, Center for Urban Informatics and Progress (CUIP), Guerry Professor, PhD in Computational Science, Computer Science Concentration Program Coordinator, and UC Foundation Professor
Associate Professor and Associate Department Head for Undergraduate Studies and Scheduling