Program Description

The Master of Science in Statistical Practice (MSSP) is designed for students who want to acquire fundamental training in statistics and how it is applied in fields like economics, education, law, management, science, and social science, to real world problems. In addition to students with traditional undergraduate training in statistics and mathematics, it also It is suitable for students with backgrounds in fields like biology, bioinformatics, economics, management, neuroscience, psychology, and various areas of engineering. The program requires 32 credits (8 courses), which can be completed in as little as 1 year as a full-time student.



Requirements for the MS Degree in Statistical Practice