Computational mathematics is about solving real world problems with numbers. It's about learning to think critically and developing analytical skills that will prepare you for countless opportunities. By pursuing a minor in computational mathematics, you'll gain the skills you need to navigate the numbers and prepare for the evolution of many industries.
Grenfell's computational mathematics program offers courses such as:
- Differential equations
- Numerical analysis
- Applied graph theory
- Vector calculus
- Logical reasoning
- Algorithms and complexity
Learn more about our computational mathematics program.
- Mathematics 1000, 1001
- 18 additional credit hours in Mathematics and Statistics courses at the 2000 level or higher, with at least 6 credit hours at the 3000 level or higher
- Note: Computer Science 1001 or 1510, or Engineering 1020, can be used in place of a mathematics course at the 2000 level, and Physics 3820 can be used in place of a mathematics course at the 3000 level.