Master's in Statistics - new applied track
Training in statistical modeling and modern statistical methods with a variety of applications
Faculty expertise: : Bayesian statistics; biostatistics; stochastic modeling; spatio-temporal statistics; statistics in natural resources and ecology; social science statistics including applications in psychology, economics and education; business (business-to-business pricing); survey sampling; genomics and bioinformatics
Degree requirements: 30 hours of graduate work in statistics (no thesis required) including:
|Stat 7110||Statistical Software and Data Analysis|
|Stat 7540||Experimental Design|
|Stat 7750||Introduction to Probability Theory|
|Stat 7760||Statistical Inference|
|Stat 8310||Data Analysis I|
|Stat 8320||Data Analysis II|
In addition, students must take four elective courses, at least three of which must be selected from the department of statistics course offerings numbered 8000 or above.
Prerequisites:three semesters of calculus for the physical sciences including calculus of several variables or equivalent; one semester of linear algebra; at least one semester of mathematical statistics. TOEFL and GRE scores required. Applicants need not be mathematics or statistics majors.
Further information: contact Kathleen Maurer firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: applications for Fall semester must be received by March 30
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