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Computational Physics Certificate

The Computational Physics Certificate is a certificate program through the Department of Physics and the College of Arts and Sciences. Students in the program engage in a coherent set of undergraduate coursework to prepare for and pursue computational physics as a career or to apply these skills in a research or graduate program.

Students in the Computational Physics Certificate are required to complete at least 12 credit hours overall from two required courses and two elective courses. 50% of the hours taken toward the certificate are permitted to double-count toward a different degree program (major, minor, other certificate, etc.).

Certificate program requirements and advising contact information are on the computational physics advising sheet: