The department offers a minor in Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering. The minor is a minimum of 17 credits and builds up on the first two undergraduate CMSE courses, CMSE 201 and 202. The purpose of the minor is to teach students foundational concepts in computational modeling and data science, and to have them apply these to domain-specific challenges. Mastery of these subject areas are attained through a variety of courses offered by CMSE, augmented by discipline-specific courses and project-based work through other departments on campus. For additional information on the minor, see the Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering section in the College of Natural Science section of this catalog.