Professional Science: Quantitative Analysis (MS)
Admission to the Program
In addition to meeting the minimum university requirements for graduate study, applicants must have taken undergraduate science courses appropriate to the concentration, or have significant practical background in a relevant science area. Accumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) is required. Specific courses needed to prepare for entering the program will be identified through interviews with the applicant.
- 33 credit hours of approved graduate coursework.
- Capstone Experience: 6 credit hours in approved 600-level courses, with grades of B or better.
- Students participate in noncredit workshops and seminars on professional skills and current issues in science and technology. Students are required to demonstrate proficiency in these areas as part of the capstone project, internship, and compulsory presentation.
Core (6 credit hours)
Capstone Experience (6 credit hours)
- STAT-690 Independent Study Project in Statistics (1-6) (3 credit hours required)
- STAT-691 Internship in Statistics (1-6) (3 credit hours required)
Management and Business Skills (6 credit hours)
6 credit hours from the following:
Quantitative Analysis Concentration (15 credit hours)
15 credit hours from the following:
- STAT-510 Introduction to Survey Sampling (3)
- STAT-516 Design of Experiments (3)
- STAT-517 Special Topics in Statistical Methodology (3)
- STAT-519 Nonparametric Statistics (3)
- STAT-520 Applied Multivariate Analysis (3)
- STAT-521 Analysis of Categorical Data (3)
- STAT-522 Time-Series Analysis (3)
- STAT-525 Statistical Software (3)
- STAT-530 Mathematical Statistics I (3)
- STAT-531 Mathematical Statistics II (3)
- STAT-584 Introduction to Stochastic Processes (3)
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