Applied Statistics, M.A.S.
Admission to the M.A.S. degree program requires a GRE quantitative score of at least 550 and a GRE verbal score of at least 400, or a comparable GMAT score, and at least two semesters of calculus with a 3.00 or higher GPA. The successful candidate will also have a cumulative undergraduate/graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher and two letters of recommendation.
Degree Requirements (30 Hours)
The degree requires at least 30 semester hours of approved course work built around a core of five courses:
|Applied Statistics I
|Applied Statistics II
|Introduction to Statistical Theory I
|Introduction to Statistical Theory II
|Computing in Statistics
|Total Credit Hours
- The remaining 15 hours will consist of elective courses, of which at least 3 semester hours are at the 700-level. No more than 9 semester hours may be taken outside the STAT designator.
Two-Part Comprehensive Exam
In addition to the 30 semester hours of course work, the MAS student must pass a two-part comprehensive exam. Part I is applied in nature and is based on required courses STAT 700-STAT 701. Part II is more theoretical and is based on required courses STAT 702-STAT 703. The two parts may be taken together or separately.