M.S. - Statistics (Without Thesis or With Thesis;, Ph.D. - Statistics
The department offers graduate programs leading to a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in statistics, which may include an emphasis in actuarial science; a Master of Science (M.S.) in statistics; and a Master of Science in actuarial science. Most students earn a master's degree before continuing to the Ph.D. Students usually complete the master's degree in two years; however, well-prepared actuarial science students sometimes finish in three semesters.