Our graduates apply mathematics, statistics and computer science to real-world problems.
Prepare yourself for a high-demand career in computational sciences with a Masters in Computational Mathematics from Duquesne. Our interdisciplinary program gives you:
- Full and part-time enrollment options.
- Curriculum taught by experts in mathematics, statistics and computer science.
- Learning opportunities through our "Great Problems" approach, which increases your understanding of theory, strengthens problem-solving abilities and skills to create complex mathematical models.
- A high level of proficiency with programming languages, mathematical and statistical software, and other computational tools.
Learn more about the Computational Mathematics graduate program at Duquesne:
The following video (less than two minutes) provides a snapshot of a recent Computational Mathematics thesis: CPMA Thesis
Qualify for a 25% Tuition Discount
New graduate students enrolling in six or more credits in the Computational Mathematics program for the Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Summer 2014 or Fall 2014 semesters are eligible for a 25% tuition and fee award. Please visit graduate special awards for more details.