Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (CIGP) is an interdisciplinary graduate program that provides students with the opportunity to study their primary discipline along with computing in a multidisciplinary environment. The aim of the program is to produce a student who has learned how to integrate computing with their own research interests. Students are required to work within an officially affiliated program to be considered for admission.

Student Testimonial

Mengmeng Zhu

"This program gives students a new perspective, broadens their minds, and benefits their academic and personal development. It lets you meet students from various backgrounds, exchange ideas and learn from each other."

Mengmeng Zhu

Biological Sciences, Computational Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

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