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More in Four: Computational Science Information Session

Are you interested in learning how students from Psychology, Economics, Biology, Physics, Computer Science, and other backgrounds are able to conduct innovative research in their fields using advanced programming and computational modeling? Computational Science is a lucrative, exciting, and ever-evolving field that uses computers, networks, software, and algorithms to solve problems, conduct simulations, build things, and create new knowledge in related disciplines. A master's in Computational Science can be completed in one year and allows students the opportunity to learn how to use computational expertise to solve real-world problems, while opening many career doors after graduation.

Interested in learning more about why you might want to consider a Computational Science MS? Come out to hear information about the program directly from faculty and students in the program.

Thursday, January 30 at 4:00pm

Dirac Science Library, 499
110 North Woodward Ave, Tallahassee, FL, Tallahassee, FL

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Presentations, Academic/Registrar

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Administration, Provost/Academic Affairs, Degree in Three

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Kim Pack

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