Masters Degree in Statistics
The Statistics MS is an applied statistics degree that prepares outstanding students for successful and productive careers. BYU's graduate curriculum is designed to equip students with decision-making skills necessary for successful careers as professional statisticians. Although a firm foundation in theoretical statistics is provided, most of the courses are applied in nature, offering approaches to the solution of important real-world problems.
The BYU Master of Science in Statistics includes 27-30 hours of coursework and 6 hours of thesis or 3 hours of project work.
To apply, application forms are available here. The deadline to submit an application is February 1st
Post-graduation Placement (97% for the last 3 years)
60% Employment at:
Sandia National Labs
37% Pursue Doctoral Degrees at:
Imperial College of London
Southern Methodist University
University of California - Santa Cruz
University of Utah
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