Understand scientific and engineering challenges. Realize the computational theories and methods behind the solutions. Be at the front line of a rapidly evolving discipline. Face extremely large and complex problems using unconventional techniques. Are you ready?
Our doctorate in computational science and engineering (CSE) at Michigan Technological University is a PhD program engaging faculty and students in interdisciplinary research and teaching, focusing on computational aspects of science and engineering. The program requires the most students have a rigorous academic background or master's in an engineering, technological, or scientific field to be admitted into the program.
- On-Campus: PhD
Computational Science and Engineering Program Details
Learn more about the computational science and engineering program at Michigan Tech. For international students, Computational Science and Engineering is a designated STEM program.
To complete a doctoral degree, students must complete the following milestones:
- Complete all coursework and research credits (see credit requirements below)
- Pass Qualifying Examination
- Pass Research Proposal Examination
- Prepare and Submit Approved Dissertation
- Pass Final Oral Defense
The minimum credit requirements are as follows:
|MS-PhD (minimum)||30 Credits|
|BS-PhD (minimum)||60 Credits|
Individual programs may have higher standards and students are expected to know their program's requirements. See the Doctor of Philosophy Requirements website for more information about PhD milestones and related timelines.
Additional Program Information
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