Master of Science in Applied Statistics
Statistics is the science of making decisions in the face of uncertainty. Statistical thinking and methods are essential to a broad spectrum of industrial, research, educational, business, and government activities. The Kate Gleason College of Engineering, through the John D. Hromi Center for Quality and Applied Statistics, offers a master of science degree in applied statistics that provides state-of-the-art statistical thinking and methods.
There are three standard career options, each of which is designed to allow students to specialize within their career endeavors. A specialized career option is also available. Advisers can help identify an appropriate career option and develop a total program structured to meet individual professional objectives.
General admission requirements include a GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred, a bachelor degree from an accredited university, available transcripts, resume, two letters of recommendation, and a personal statement. Applicants should have a satisfactory background in mathematics (one year of university-level calculus) and statistics (preferably two courses in probability and statistics). A test of English Language aptitude is required of all applicants and course registrants whose native language is not English.
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Last updated September 18, 2016