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Mathematics and Computing Engineering

Mathematics & Computing Engineering is a Mathematics and Computing Engineering also get exposure to Computer science as well as Electrical engineering.[5][6] [7] [8] [9] [9] [10]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Specialty areas 2
  • Similar occupations and field 3
  • References 4

History

Mathematics & Computing Engineering degree has been in existence from a long period of time, though the nomenclature & duration of course may have been different. The degree awarded varies with the duration of course. Mathematics & computing can have a simple BS (Bachelor of Science) as well as a Bachelor of Engineering and/or Technology. As with most engineering disciplines, having a sound knowledge of mathematics and science is necessary for Mathematics & Computing Engineers as Mathematics forms the core of this Discipline.

Specialty areas

There are many specialty areas in the field of Mathematics & Computing engineering, Varying from areas in Computer Science to Mathematical Finance, Study of Algorithms, etcetra.

Similar occupations and field

References

  1. ^ "Delhi Technological University Online Resource". 
  2. ^ "Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Mathematics and Computing IIT Guwahati". 
  3. ^ "Department of Mathematics IIT Delhi". 
  4. ^ "Department of Applied Mathematics at IT-BHU". 
  5. ^ "Mathematics and Computing Engineering: Career360". 
  6. ^ "Mathematics and Computing Science, University of Surrey". 
  7. ^ "Mathematics and Computing, University of Brighton". 
  8. ^ "Departments of Computing, Imperial College London". 
  9. ^ a b "Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford". 
  10. ^ "Maths & Computing, University of Technology, Sydney". 


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