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Modeling and Simulation

Modeling and Simulation

UCF is a world leader in Modeling and Simulation graduate education. The Modeling and Simulation Program has a history of academic excellence in the field of modeling, simulation and training. The program offers rigorous academic Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy curricula that ensure a strong core yet provide students the flexibility to shape their own education.

The Professional Science Master’s Track provides students with a technical core in modeling and simulation plus professional training in business management and entrepreneurship. The program prepares students with necessary skills for seeking employment in industry and academia involved in modeling, simulation and training research and development.

The Graduate Certificate in Modeling and Simulation of Technical Systems provides students with knowledge in modeling and simulation fundamentals, including modeling techniques and applications, with special emphasis on modeling and simulation in testing and evaluation. This program is delivered electronically via distance education.

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