Our Master of Science in Statistics is primarily an applied statistics program. It offers a balance of statistical theory, statistical methodology and an optional area of concentration.
The program offers thesis and non-thesis options. Students may pursue concentrations in Biostatistics/Environmetrics or Reliability Analysis/Quality Control.
Regardless of the concentration or thesis option, the program requires 36 credit hours across six core courses, four elective courses or an area of concentration, and either a thesis or two additional elective courses and a comprehensive examination. Check out our program brochure Master of Science in Statistics