Our Academic Programs
ABOUT THE STATISTICS PROGRAM
Our Department has been a leader in research and training of students for over 50 years. Our M.S. Program trains graduates for careers as statistical consultants with a balanced emphasis on technical and communication skills. The Ph.D. Program provides training for a research career, with many opportunities to collaborate with scientists in other disciplines. Both graduate tracks require a mix of theory and applications, with strong emphasis on acquiring sound computing skills.
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Graduate student handbook »
Faculty listings, program overview, minimum degree requirements and satisfactory progress information.
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Students pursuing the general statistics and biostatistics options are considered for department financial support and may seek a dual degree if desired. The M.S.-Data Science option is unique and does not allow students to accept assistantships, or to be concurrently enrolled in another university program or enrolled in courses outside of the MS-DS curriculum - see here for more details.
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