Phd in computational science in Florida state university
The goal of the Ph.D. degree in Computational Science is to train graduate students to have extensive knowledge in computational science and to allow them to acquire expertise in one or more areas of applied mathematical sciences or engineering. Thus the degree provides the student with breadth as well as depth. Graduates should be able to successfully collaborate with scientists in other disciplines. Ideally, students should learn to develop, use, and analyze new computational procedures that can be utilized in a variety of fields.
Certified copy of all transcript(s), diploma(s), and/or degree certificate(s), A personal statement, Resume or Writing Sample, Letters of recommendation, Test scores: GRE, GMAT, Internet based TOEFL (IBTOEFL): 80, Paper based TOEFL (TOEFL): 550, International English Language Testing System (IELTS): 6.5, Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB): 77, Pearson Test of English (PTE): 55, Verification of Financial resources.
Computer Programmer, Computer Systems Analyst, Database Administrator, Economist, Financial Analyst, Mathematician, Biochemical analysis and testing, Education, Environmental remediation, Forensics, Industrial health and safety administration, Medical school, Patent law, Pharmaceutical
Computational Science is devoted to the creation, study, and application of computerbased models of natural and engineered systems. This degree helps in imparting students with scientific and computational expertise as well as management and leadership skills.
Completed Application, Minimum 3.0 GPA, Official Transcripts
Computer and Information Scientists, Research, Software Engineers, Computer Programmers, Database Analyst, Network Architect.