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Computational Mathematics

Prepare yourself for a high-demand career in data analysis/data science or related fields with the Computational Mathematics M.S. degree program from Duquesne. Students in the program apply mathematics, statistics and computer science to real-world problems. Our interdisciplinary program gives you a high-quality curriculum taught by experts in all three fields as well as a high level of proficiency with programming languages, mathematical and statistical software, and other computational tools.

To complete the Master's degree, students are required to take courses from three core areas: mathematics, statistics, and computer sciences. During the Pathway program, international students may choose to complete one of the core areas while improving their English skills.

Learn more at duq.edu/computationalmath.

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Option #1 - TOEFL 60-69 / IELTS 5.5
Summer Fall Spring
Advanced Reading B ESL CAP 1 ESL CAP 1
Advanced Grammar B Take both fall courses for one of the cores from the list below Take both spring courses from the same core
Advanced Speaking B
Term Paper
Academic Discourse
Option #2 - TOEFL 70-79
Fall Spring
ESL CAP 1 ESL CAP 1
Take both fall courses for one of the cores from the list below Take both spring courses from the same core

Mathematics Core: Prerequisite knowledge Calculus I and II
CPMA 511 Logic and Proof - fall only
CPMA 512 Linear Algebra - fall only
CPMA 515 Advanced Discrete Math - spring only
CPMA 518 Vector Calculus - spring only

Statistics Core: Prerequisite knowledge equivalent to a calculus-based probability/statistics course
CPMA 521 Probability and Markov Chains - fall only
CPMA 522 Statistical Inference - fall only
CPMA 525 Linear Models - spring only
CPMA 526 Experimental Design - spring only

Computer Science Core: Prerequisite knowledge equivalent to a majors-level computer science programming course
CPMA 530 Program Language: Python - fall only
CPMA 532 Data Structures - fall only
CPMA 535 Introduction to Computer Systems - spring only
CPMA 536 Software Engineering - spring only

Costs

ESL Course cost per hour = $280
Academic Course per credit = $1,284

Summer Fall Spring
Advanced B Coursework = $5,590 ESL CAP 1 (4-8 hours, depending on placement) = $1,120 - $2,240 ESL CAP 1 (4-8 hours, depending on placement) = $1,120 - $2,240
Academic Course = $3,852 Academic Course = $3,852
TOTAL: $5,590 TOTAL: $4,972 - $6,092 TOTAL: $4,972 - $6,092