Welcome to CSE


Welcome to Computational Science and Engineering at North Carolina A&T State University. 

CSE in an interdisciplinary graduate program offering M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computational Science and Engineering. We admit students from a wide variety of disciplines ranging from the basics sciences (physics, chemistry, mathematics, etc.) to sociology, biology, and engineering.  Our mission is to provide our graduates with a solid understanding of the computational technologies and applications necessary to lead the advancements in these diverse fields.  

Computational technology is a crucial methodology for all sciences, even those that are not traditionally computationally-intensive (such as the humanities and social sciences).  Our graduates will acquire a wide range of computational skills that will allow them to solve large-scale data-intensive and real-life problems.  These skills are greatly prized by employers, and our graduates have embarked at careers in Fortune 100 companies, governmental laboratories, prestigious universities, and other employers.   

We graduate professionals with expertise in developing novel computational methodologies and products, as well as professionals trained in STEM and socioeconomic disciplines who through CSE have advanced their computational expertise.  In this way, CSE educates future leaders in the creation of knowledge, science, and technology.

Dr. Marwan Bikdash
Professor and Chair
Department of Computational Science and Engineering
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
Telephone: 336-285-3250
Fax: 336-256-1247 
Email: bikdash@ncat.edu
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