By no means do these ample listings exhaust the list of selections you can explore
write me, Bill Nericcio, MALAS Director, at memo@sdsu.edu, with any questions or suggestions for additions to these amazing seminars; clicking any of the listings below instantly teleports you to SDSU's official course catalogue. Note that while the choices below are wide-ranging and extensive, it is still highly recommended that MALASgraduate students sign up for MALAS-branded graduate student courses first and then round out their schedule with delightful fare from other departments--the more graduate students we have in our MALAS seminars, the more courses/varienty we can offer in the future. Note that some courses below, specifically tagged, necessitate special procedures in order for them to count as viable coursework for your Masters degree.
If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!

If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!

If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!

If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!

If you are a MALAS graduate student, please contact Bill Nericcio (click!) before registering for this class--the class needs to be taken as a MALAS 798 with approval of the course seminar professor and the MALAS Director; a small hoop, but a necessary one!