MSc Computational Science and Engineering
The focus of the Computational Science and Engineering programme is on the development of the students’ readiness in solving problems of complex nature in science and technology using computational modelling, analysis and simulations. They will furthermore be instructed to develop efficient, novel and robust computational procedures and problem-solving methodologies to be utilised in different settings.
The intended postgraduate student is a highly versatile person who can operate in multidisciplinary areas like weather prediction, traffic simulation, vehicles design, bioengineering, environmental modelling, web search engine and molecular biology amongst others.
Graduates will be also prepared for positions in scientific research, for MPhil/PhD programmes, and
positions in business and industry
- As per UTM’S Admissions Regulations, and ‘Admission to Programmes of Study at Master’s Degree Level’
- At least an Honours Degree with significant content of Mathematics and/or Statistics. For instance, a bachelor honours degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Statistics or a closely related field or other qualifications (academic or professional) acceptable to the University of Technology,
Mauritius can be considered.