The graduate programs in Biostatistics offers comprehensive course work leading to a Master of ScienceĀ  (Sc.M.); a Master of Arts (A.M.); and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. The graduate programs in Biostatistics are designed to provide training in theory, methodology, and practice of statistics in biology, public health, and medical science. The program provides comprehensive training in theory and methods of biostatistics, but is highly interdisciplinary and requires students to acquire expertise in a field of application. The Ph.D. program is intended to enable graduates to pursue independent programs of research; the Sc.M. and A.M. programs provide training for application of advanced methodology in professional and academic settings.

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