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 (the only other course at the 1000 level, which carries credit toward a minor in mathematics is computer Science 1700.)
18 additional credit hours in mathematics courses beyond 1000 level or 15 additional credit hours in mathematics courses beyond 1000 level and three credit hours in statistics or computer science courses.
At least six credit hours will be in courses at the 3000 level or higher.