CSUS Master of Arts Program in Mathematics
Graduate Coordinator: Tracy Hamilton
- General Information : California State University, Sacramento, located on the banks of the American River in a pleasant Sacramento location (see photographs above), offers a 2-year M. A. program with a traditional core of Real Analysis and Abstract Algebra courses, and other course choices selected from Topology, Complex Analysis, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics offerings. Additional graduate courses may be offered depending on demand and interests of students.
The CSUS M.A. program, averaging about 20 fully classified graduate students, provides an environment with small classes and easy access to faculty. While a few of our M.A. graduates pursue a Ph.D. elsewhere, most view the M.A. as their culminating degree and take jobs in community college teaching, industry, or in state government positions. Many of our M.A. graduates remain in the area and are now faculty members at local community colleges.
Link to further M.A. program information
- Financial Support: The Mathematics and Statistics Department has approximately 8 graduate assistant and 8 teaching assistant positions per year. Graduate Assistants tutor in our mathematics laboratory, and Teaching Assistants have full responsibilities for one or two mathematics or statistics classes each semester. Teaching/tutoring positions are also available in the Learning Skills Program on campus.
- Deadline Dates for Applications: Fall Semester 2011--March 1, 2011; Spring Semester 2011--No applications being accepted
- Application Forms: Application forms are available online or in the Office of Graduate Studies.
California State University, Sacramento • updated: October 11, 2010