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Thank you for your interest in Stanford’s undergraduate program, Mathematical and Computational Science. Admission to Stanford (for those who have not yet earned a Bachelor’s degree) is administered by the University's
Prospective majors arrange to meet with a peer advisor before declaring.
A study plan for finishing the degree requirements is required.
Sequence of graduate-level coursework in a discipline/field that interests you.
Student's work demonstrates in-depth learning of a topic or shared idea in the breadth of the MCS major, and must be an original idea whose objective is based on their own personal interests or inspired by current/future research goals.
Previous example concentrations: financial mathematics of early cryptocurrency adoption; statistical methodology in problems in social science; statistical learning and comprehension of data science methodology and mathematical procedures.
Independent study or research
Students serious about conducting independent research or study requires a lot of planning and commitment.
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An increasing number of MCS majors choose to coterm before graduating. Choosing to apply to a coterm program and choosing the right graduate degree program take careful consideration and planning.