Main Question or Discussion Point
I was just looking at graduate programs in computational science. I understand that it's a broad term that encompasses a wide variety of fields. Right now I'm an undergraduate in electrical engineering, and I plan on going to graduate school. The computational science programs caught my eye, though. Who hires people with degrees in computational science? And to be more specific, what's the difference between going into, say, a computationally heavy area of physics versus some kind of applied math? I'm just going over all my options, and I'd like to know more about these programs.