**Graduate Studies **

Deadlines for Applications to the Graduate Program

**Fall Admission**

**October 1 – March 1**

**April 1**

SDSU is not accepting applications for spring 2015 semester.

The Mathematics and Statistics Department offers Masters degrees in mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematics education, and statistics and an active member in joint doctoral programs in Mathematics-Education with the University of California-San Diego, and in Computational Science and Computational Statistics with Claremont Graduate University.

Research specialties of our faculty include Bayesian analysis, biological mathematics, biostatistics, climate mathematics and statistics, computational mathematics, coding theory, differential equations, dynamical systems, graph theory, linear algebra and matrix theory, mathematics education, mathematical modeling, mathematical physics, signal processing, statistical theory, and others.

The department offers financial support through Graduate Teaching Assistant and Graduate Assistantship positions: see application.

The department has regular colloquia and research seminars.

**Admissions**

Graduate admissions information from the Mathematics and Statistics Department

Graduate admissions information from SDSU Graduate Bulletin.

Graduate application NOT for international students.

Graduate application for international student.

SDSU Test Office (GRE)

Application for Graduate Teaching Associate (GTA) and Graduate Assistantship (GA).

*In order to be fully considered for Fall GTA positions and tuition waivers please turn in all application materials by February 1.*

As a reminder, beginning with the fall 2013 application cycle, Enrollment Services will no longer require graduate applicants to provide an external evaluation of their international documents. All international transcripts will now be evaluated internally. Students with international coursework will need to have their school send Graduate Admissions one official original-language record of all academic coursework and proof of degree. For each document, a certified literal English translation must also be provided. The translation may come directly from the school itself or from a professional, certified translator. The translation must contain all information shown on the original-language documents. Country-specific guidelines are now posted on the Graduate Admissions website.

**Resources for Graduate Students **

Graduate Division Office

SDSU Bulletin, Mathematics and Statistics Graduate program

You may visit SDSU’s Graduate Access Page, MyGAP.

Use MyGAP to build a personalized Web page with information about SDSU graduate programs that interest you.

**Masters Thesis LaTeX typesetting **

Latex Templates and Sample Theses

See also the Montezuma Publishing Dissertation & Thesis Review