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

Deadline: applications for Fall semester must be received by March 30

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