Master of Science in Statistics
With this degree, you will be trained in both the theory and
application of statistics in a specific math-related area of your choice.
Examples of these areas could be in:
- actuarial science
- applied mathematics
- applied statistics
- environmental science
For the MS program in statistics, you must have completed at
least 23 credit hours of undergraduate mathematics and statistics coursework at
the level of calculus and above with a grade of C or better, and have at least
a 3.0 grade point average in these courses.
The 23 credit hours must include coursework in multivariable
calculus, linear algebra, real analysis (advanced calculus), and either probability or mathematical
This degree is offered under the comprehensive examination plan, meaning you must pass a comprehensive final exam conducted by your advisory committee. See the program sheet for more degree details:
Program sheet Fall 2014-Present (pdf)
Program sheet 2009-Spring 2014 (pdf)
If you have specific questions about our graduate programs,
please e-mail the Graduate Coordinator.