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Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Mathematics, Statistics and Data Science -
Driving the Decisions That Shape Our World

Prepare for a career shaping our post-pandemic world.
Join us as an SDSU mathematics, statistics or data science major.


Explore our programs that lead to great careers in mathematics, statistics or data science.

Online Course and Program Options

We offer a wide range of online courses and even an online Associates Degree in data science and graduate certificate in data science.

Free Help - learn how to study and reach for success in your mathematics classes

Our Jacks LeaP program offers free help sessions and tutoring for students in freshmen math classes.

Accelerated Masters Degrees

Pursue your Bachelor's Degree and get a Masters in mathematics, statistics or data science in one additional year of study.

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SDSU involved in $8 million STEM education investment in South Dakota

South Dakota State University will join a project, led by Black Hills State University, to create pathways for young learners to develop interest and confidence in science, technology, engineering and math through an $8 million investment from the National Science Foundation.
Winning Pi Day T-shirt

Pi Day 2024

Please provide a story summary.“Beauty is in the Pi of the Beholder" reads the T-shirt of Elizabeth Elsen, a sophomore math and data science major from Yankton. Elsen submitted the winning entry for this year's shirt design. She poses by a quilt made of former Pi Day shirts. Because SDSU was on spring break for actual Pi Day on March 14, the event was observed by the Math Club on March 19.

SDSU engineers dominate all-league swim team selections

Please provide a story summary.Five members of the South Dakota State swim team were honored as 2023-24 Summit League Academic All-League members—all are from the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering.