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Welcome to the school of Computational Sciences, part of Interdisciplinary Studies, a categorization that reflects the broad range of skills one needs to pick up to be adept at solving a scientific problem with computers. The school of Computational Sciences require knowledge in the very broad category of applied numerical analysis, programming and one of the basic sciences.
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Required Knowledge 
As a prerequisite to doing computational work, one must be able to program. Introduction to C will be a good start to picking up the fundamentals of programming. Along the way we will be implementing quite a lot of programs that will help us solve basic (and then harder) scientific problems.
School News 
- School founded 7 September 2006
- School reopened for classes on 12 December 2007
- June 2008 Computer predicts anti-cancer molecules
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