Traditionally Math, Science, and Computer Studies have followed individual curricula. The Masters program will select topics from each curriculum and design projects that incorporate the knowledge and skills of all three. For example, students in Science class may conduct a lab measuring cardio-pulmonary rates. They may then take their results to Math class where the data is graphed and rates of oxygen consumption are calculated. In turn, students travel to their computer class where they design a program to group and analyze the data according to gender, age, etc.. At a later date their conclusions may be given in the form of a display or oral presentation.