Offered by the Department of Economics and International Business, the Master of Science in Experimental Statistics degree is designed to produce graduates proficient in current practices in statistics and able to enter directly into positions in industry, government, or private business. A person completing this degree will have the requisite skills to help researchers outside of statistics execute data analyses, design experiments, and/or plan and analyze biological surveys or surveys obtained by mail, phone, or personal interview. In addition, a person completing this degree will be familiar with the major statistical packages for computers. Students in the program will receive instruction in both theory and application of statistics, oriented strongly towards linear models and sampling as well as extensive training and experience in statistical consulting.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Small City
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