# Information for Graduate Students

## Future Graduate Student Information

The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the following areas:

- Mathematics
- Mathematics Education
- Statistics
- Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics

The department provides unique opportunities for innovative instruction and cooperative research. With approximately 30 Ph.D. faculty and 70 graduate students, the department is large enough to attract and retain the most capable faculty, but small enough to allow faculty and graduate students an intimate atmosphere for the easy exchange of ideas.

Learn more detailed information on application requirements and how to apply by reading our Graduate Program Application Procedure.

## Graduate Teaching Assistant Information

The Department of Mathematical Sciences provides graduate students with a unique opportunity
to teach in a classroom and discover a passion for teaching. The department values
quality teaching and provides teaching support for graduate students. In the *Excellence in Teaching Symposium*, we explore how to enhance our teaching and develop as instructors of mathematics
and statistics. This kind of support and teaching are fantastic opportunities that
offer graduate students a well-rounded experience.

### Excellence in Teaching Symposium

## Current Graduate Student Information

### Recent Graduate Student Accomplishments

- Graduate Student Research Publications
- Graduate Student Research Presentations and Awards
- Graduate Student Teaching and Meritorious Awards
- Graduate Poster Sessions
- Recent Employers of our Graduate Students

### Useful Links to Departments, Documents and Forms

- The Graduate School
- MS Math Comp Outlines and Online Exam Library
- PhD Math Comp Outlines and Online Exam Library
- Past Comprehensive Exams - Math
- Past Comprehensive Exams - Stat
- Local LaTeX Thesis Style Files
- One DGE Latex Info Site
- MSU Statistical Consulting
- ASA
- Montana Chapter of ASA
- CLTW
- EMC

Updated: 10/16/2013