Master of Arts in Statistics | Scholarly Paper
The STAT Program offers the Master's degree in statistics based on both theoretical and applied course work. Students will find that the combination of rigorous classes, faculty-student Research Interaction Teams (RIT’s), that prepare them well for the job market.
For the M.A. degree program, a student must complete
- 30 credit hours. A minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA is necessary to complete the degree.
- At least 18 of these credits must be at the graduate level (600/700 level) and at least 15 of the graduate credits must be in statistics and probability (STAT).
- The student must also submit a satisfactory scholarly paper.
- There are no exams and no thesis requirement for MA students.
- There is no foreign language requirement for MA students.
- Ideally students should complete the degree in no more than two years.
- No financial aid is offered to MA students.