Information for Prospective Graduate Students

The graduate program provides opportunities for graduate study and thesis direction in various areas of probability and statistics, both theoretical and applied. A variety of consulting and collaborative opportunities allow both faculty and graduate students to conduct cooperative research with people in other areas.

Information about deadlines, application forms and admissions requirements can be found in the admissions section. Details about required courses and the degree progam can be found in the program details section. Information about financial, graduate fellowships, and graduate assistantships can be found in the Biostatistics Training Grant and Assistantship sections. Finally, check out the website of our graduate student association and learn about all of the activities and support that they provide to our graduate students.