Online Courses and Programs

Online Programs

The SDSU Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers two fully online programs - the Graduate Certificate in Data Science, and the Associate of Science in Data Science. For more information, please see their individual webpages.

Online Courses

The SDSU Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers a wide selection of online courses throughout the year. These courses are taught by the same skilled and experienced faculty who teach our face-to-face classes on the SDSU campus.  The content and rigor of our online courses is identical to that of our face-to-face courses. They will prepare you equally well for the rest of your academic and professional careers. 




MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra  
MATH 093 Algebra for Mathematical ReasoningMATH 093 Algebra for Mathematical Reasoning 
MATH 103 Mathematical ReasoningMATH 103 Mathematical Reasoning 
MATH 094 College Algebra LabMATH 094 College Algebra LabMATH 094 College Algebra Lab
MATH 114 College AlgebraMATH 114 College AlgebraMATH 114 College Algebra
MATH 115 PrecalculusMATH 115 Precalculus 
  MATH 120 Trigonometry
MATH 121/121L Survey of Calc MATH 121/121L Survey of Calc
MATH 123L Calculus I Lab MATH 123L Calculus I Lab
MATH 123 Calculus I MATH 123 Calculus I
MATH 125 Calculus IIMATH 125 Calculus II 
  MATH 225 Calculus III
MATH 321 Differential Equations MATH 250 Math for Computer Science
 STAT 101 Intro to Data Science 
STAT 281 Introduction to StatSTAT 281 Introduction to StatSTAT 281 Introduction to Stat
STAT 381 Introduction to Prob
and Stat
STAT 442 Exploratory and Cloud Based Data Analysis 
STAT 414/514 Basic R Programming 

STAT 410/510 SAS Programming

  STAT 415/515 R Programming
STAT 541 Stat Methods II STAT 541 Stat Methods II
STAT 600 Statistical ProgrammingSTAT 601 Modern Applied Stat ISTAT 602 Modern Applied Stat II

A note on Trigonometry vs Precalculus

For students who may choose a college major in the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), MATH 115 Precalculus is better preparation than MATH 120 Trigonometry for taking MATH 123 Calculus. If in doubt, consult with your high school math teacher, science teacher or counselor, or contact our department for advice on which course best suits your needs.