Welcome to the M&CS
Mathematical and Computational Science is an interdepartmental undergraduate program designed for students interested in applying mathematical ideas and analysis to problems in the biological, computational, financial or management sciences.
For more information, please see our introduction
2013-14 M&CS program information can be found through the Stanford
- Majors Night is Oct 1 in Paul Brest Hall - M&CS info for undeclared students will be available.
- M&CS program will be hosting a pizza party for undeclared students Oct 7.
Congratulations 2014 M&CS graduations! Check out all of our wonderful
- If you declared Math & Comp Sci Honors, please
make sure you have discussed the necessary work required
(listed here) by your junior year.
(Also found in the bulletin!)
- New resource: M&CS undergraduate summer internship opportunities.
- New Statistics Track for M&CS students
Students in the M&CS program can now pursue a Statistics
Track, aimed at those wishing to pursue statistical interests in
industry or academia. Beyond the basic M&CS curriculum, the track
requires three statistics electives at the MS level, as well as
an advanced course in Computer Science and in MS&E. (See the program
details below.) Stat Track students advancing to the statistic
coterminal program will then be able venture further into the MS and
Phd course lists.
M&CS Statistics track (total units 85)
Take the same MATH, CS, and MS&E courses as in the Standard Program.
- Add STATS 217 to required STAT courses.
- Add an advanced MS&E class on stochastic applications such as MS&E 220 or MS&E 223.
- Add an advanced CS such as CS246 (mining huge data sets).
- Three electives from MS level STATS classes. Recommended classes include:
- STATS 202
- STATS 206
- STATS 207
- STATS 208
- STATS 216
- STATS 219
- STATS 270
Students pursuing a graduate career in Statistics may take STATS 305, STATS 306A, or STATS 310.
Comp Sci Program.
Course Scheduling Information:
M&CS Student Awards
- Ruoke Yang (MCS-BSH) recipient of the Dean's Award for Academic Achievement for 2014.
- M&CS alum Davie Wei Jia (CS PhD candidate) was recently named both
the Gates Cambridge Scholar and Marshall
Report, Feb. 13, 2014).
Jason Risch wins the Boothe Prize for his Thinking Matters paper, Spring 2013.
- Corey Stein (MCS-BSH) awarded the Hoefer prize for undergraduate writing in the
major (WIM) paper written for Math171. (Announced 05/16/13).