The Master of Science (MS) in Biostatistics provides graduate biostatistics training for students who intend to plan, direct and execute health research and/or analyze health data. Three concentration options address a variety of student goals:
- Population Health Analytics
- Statistical Bioinformatics
- Statistical Methods and Practice
Find more details and application information for the Master of Science in Biostatistics degree program via the Program in Public Health website.
All applicants to the MS in Biostatistics program must hold a baccalaureate degree or equivalent, possess a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00. Prerequisite courses for the degree program include differential and integral calculus. Students interested in Statistical Bioinformatics and Statistical Methods and Practice concentrations may also benefit from linear matrix algebra. Prerequisite courses may be waived if the candidate has an exceptional GRE Quantitative Reasoning score (85th percentile or higher) and is motivated to learn material independently.
Find full admissions criteria and instructions here.
Areas of Study
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