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Syracuse University - College of Arts and Sciences M.S. in Applied Statistics
Syracuse University - College of Arts and Sciences

M.S. in Applied Statistics

Syracuse, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

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USD 30,294 / per year *

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Introduction

Created in 1989, the Applied Statistics Program at Syracuse University is an interdisciplinary program within the College of Arts and Sciences that includes faculty from computer and information science, management, mathematics, psychology, and the social sciences, among others. The program offers an undergraduate concentration in applied statistics, sponsors a speakers series that hosts visiting statisticians and scientists, and offers a master’s degree in applied statistics.

The Master of Science program in Applied Statistics is a professional degree program administrated by the Interdisciplinary Statistics Program based in the College of Arts & Sciences. The program prepares students to apply cutting-edge statistical methodologies and theory in making meaningful inferences on the measurements obtained from the government, health science and services, industry, and management.

Why do you come to Syracuse University for this degree?

Since our program includes professors from computer and information science, education, engineering, management, mathematics, psychology, and the social sciences, among others, the program is interdisciplinary in nature and it is distinguished from other graduate programs in statistics by its emphasis on applications. By learning a variety of statistical software and through proper training in statistical consulting, our graduates will be able to analyze real-world data correctly and efficiently.

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