UNIVERSITY OF OSLO

Computational Science

Modern scientists increasingly rely on computational modeling and data analysis to explore and understand the natural world. Given the ubiquitous use in science and its critical importance to the future of science and engineering, computational modeling plays a central role in progress and scientific developments in the 21st Century.

Programme options:

  • CS: Applied mathematics and risk analysis
  • CS: Astrophysics
  • CS: Bioinformatics
  • CS: Bioscience
  • CS: Chemistry
  • CS: Geoscience
  • CS: Imaging and biomedical computing
  • CS: Material science
  • CS: Mechanics
  • CS: Physics
Application deadline
Tuition No tuition fee
Degree level Master, 2 years
City Oslo
Credits 120.0
Language of teaching English
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