Nicole Lounsbery, Interim Dean
130 Morrill Hall, Box 2201
SDSU granted its first Master’s degree in 1891. In 1957 the Graduate School was established. The Graduate Faculty is composed of the President, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Administration, Vice President for Student Affairs, Vice President for Research and Economic Development, academic deans, heads of departments in which graduate courses are given, and other faculty members chosen on the basis of their background and experience. These faculty members teach graduate level courses and serve as advisers to graduate students or on advisory examining committees.
The Graduate School is committed to providing an atmosphere for qualified students to obtain rigorous advanced education in a variety of fields in preparation for service and leadership in their professions and society. It also promotes scholarly pursuits and scientific research for the advancement of knowledge.
The Graduate School operates as a single unit that serves the academic colleges.
Master of Architecture
Master of Arts
Master of Education
Master of Engineering
Master of Mass Communication
Master of Public Health
Master of Science
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Doctor of Pharmacy
Doctor of Philosophy
Admission to the Graduate School
For information regarding admission to the Graduate School, departments offering graduate instruction, available graduate courses, as well as information on graduate fellowships and assistantships, call the Graduate School Office 605-688-4181 or access the Graduate School webpage.
For details, see the Graduate Catalog available online.