Our graduates apply mathematics, statistics and computer science to real-world problems.
Prepare yourself for a high-demand career in computational sciences with a Masters in Computational Mathematics from Duquesne. Our interdisciplinary program gives you:
- Full and part-time enrollment options.
- Curriculum taught by experts in mathematics, statistics and computer science.
- Learning opportunities through our "Great Problems" approach, which increases your understanding of theory, strengthens problem-solving abilities and skills to create complex mathematical models.
- A high level of proficiency with programming languages, mathematical and statistical software, and other computational tools.
Learn more about the Computational Mathematics graduate program at Duquesne:
The following video (less than two minutes) provides a snapshot of a recent Computational Mathematics thesis: CPMA Thesis
Qualify for a 25% Tuition Award
New graduate students enrolling in six or more credits in the Computational Mathematics program are eligible for a 25% tuition award. Please visit graduate special awards for more details.