MS in Computational Science and Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, Georgia, USA
MS in Computational Science and Engineering
Duration1.5-2 Years
LevelMasters Program
  • The Master of Science in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) Program is an interdisciplinary program offered by the College of Computing, the College of Engineering, and the College of Sciences
  • The CSE program addresses the body of knowledge, skills, and practices associated with the study of computer-based models of natural phenomena and engineered systems
  • The curriculum has been structured to impart students with solid CSE foundational knowledge and skills and includes technical specialization courses that enhance a student’s domain expertise
  • Advanced elective courses will enable students to specialize in a domain and technical expertise focusing on their particular interests
  • The optional thesis portion of the program requires completion of an interdisciplinary research project
  • Graduates are exceptionally prepared for careers in industry, government, and academia
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees2134214 INR
Hostel & Meals1097575 INR
Insurance205658 INR
Transportation12451 INR
Mandatory Fees177534 INR
International Student Fee7324 INR
Books and Supplies58592 INR
Personal Expenses234368 INR
Total1793502 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
BachelorsNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Most students entering the CSE graduate degree programs will have obtained a bachelors degree in a technical field, e.g., computer science, mathematics, or a science or engineering discipline.
  • Students should have taken undergraduate calculus courses. Some CSE courses will require additional coursework in topics such as linear algebra or differential equations.
  • A working knowledge of probability and statistics will also be helpful in some core courses and specializations.
  • Students should have taken at least one course, but preferably two and have developed a proficiency in programming in a high-level language such as C, FORTRAN or Java.
  • Students deficient in one or more of these areas may still gain admission but should expect to take some additional coursework
ExamsTOEFL: 90
  • With minimum section scores of 19

  • 6.5 Reading

  • 6.5 Listening

  • 6.5 Speaking

  • 5.5 Writing

GRE: Accepted
  • Subject test is not required

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