Candidates holding a Master’s degree in Computational Science and Engineering have a modern education with elements derived from mathematics, engineering, the natural sciences and informatics in various combinations, numerical calculations being the common factor.
During the programme, you will obtain a solid academic foundation and gain broad experience in advanced numerical calculations and in practical problem solving.
With this background you are qualified for modern, technology oriented research- and developmental assignments within a number of sectors.
You may find work in e.g.
- research institutions,
- oil companies and in
- high technology engineering firms.
The IT-sector is also a relevant market for graduates from the programme. There is also a need for people in education and administration.
The study programme provides the candidates with a solid theoretical and methodological foundation and is therefore relevant for further PhD studies (research education) and research.
Read more about the PhD programme at the University of Oslo.