Statistical Science Graduate Degree Program
Master of Science, Statistical Science major. Candidates must fulfill the requirements of the College of Graduate Studies and of the Bi-State Department of Statistical Science. See the College of Graduate Studies section for the applicable general requirements for M.S. degree.
An individual graduate program is tailored for the student, but all students must complete a basic core requirement of 24 credits and either i) a thesis (Stat 500), ii) an internship report (Stat 598), or iii) a research course (6 credits of Stat 597). The core requirements are Stat 422, Stat 451, Stat 452, Stat 501 (1 credits), Stat 507, Stat 519, Stat 550, Stat 565, and Stat 597 (2 cr). A maximum of 6 credits of Stat 500 may be counted toward the thesis degree option.