Mississippi State University’s Graduate School no longer requires the GRE or GMAT for admissions purposes. However, some departments may require these test scores to be eligible for an assistantship. Please contact departments directly for more information on applying for a graduate assistantship. Visit the Office of the Graduate School’s Test Score Requirements Notice for more information.
Computational Engineering is an interdisciplinary curriculum with both Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees available. The program focuses on computational approaches to study systems governed by conservation laws that are seen in various fields of engineering and science.
Computational engineers with an advanced degree will be capable of pursuing careers in a variety of fields, including energy, manufacturing, aerospace, health care and microelectronics.
If you have an engineering background and are interested in careers in computational modeling in engineering, this is the degree you’re seeking. You should also consider this degree if you have a background in physics, computer science or mathematics and are interested in enhancing your knowledge and understanding applications in engineering and practical modeling techniques.
"The program I wanted is not a very popular program and an even less popular online program. MSU offered all the courses I wanted to take with the option to take them online. I was very happy to join the Mississippi State family."