The M.S. in statistics is a two-year program intended for working professionals or
those interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in statistics. Our department boasts internationally recognized research programs in high dimensional
data analysis, multiple comparisons, design of experiments, biostatistics, bioinformatics,
genetic statistics, Bayesian statistics and many more. We provide students with opportunities
to work with faculty as teaching and research assistants and our graduates are well
employed in academics and industry.
Transcripts (including courses in calculus of several variables and linear algebra)
Two letters of recommendation
GRE required with no minimum score
TOEFL scores required for international applicants who aren't native English speakers
Cost & Assistance
Teaching and research assistantships are available for both M.S. and Ph.D. statistics
students. Through the generosity of the Gaute Vik Family, the department is able to
offer outstanding applicants additional fellowships. Financial awards for outstanding
current students are also available.