What will I learn?

Program Description: The required courses in this program include a selection in both pure and applied mathematics. In addition to coursework, students give an oral presentation based on an independent research project.

The Department of Statistics participates in Miami University's combined Bachelor's/Master's program. Highly-qualified students from any undergraduate major can concurrently work toward a master's degree in statistics and may count up to 9 graduate hours toward both degrees. Upon completion of all degree requirements, the bachelors and masters degrees are awarded simultaneously.

With careful advance planning, this combined program can significantly reduce the time to successful completion of a masters degree.

Our mission is to:

ensure that all students who take STA courses become intelligent users of statistical information;

educate and prepare undergraduate students in our programs for employment and/or graduate study;

extend the statistical expertise of our graduate students so they are prepared for employment or doctoral study;

advance the knowledge base in the statistical sciences by adapting, extending, and enhancing current methodology as well as by developing new statistical methodology and applications;

ensure that high quality and appropriate statistical methodology is used by fellow researchers at Miami University;

contribute to the ongoing operation of the University at the Departmental, Divisional, and University levels by being valuable members of the University community; and

contribute to the community of professional statisticians by engagement with the life and activities of professional statistical societies.

Which department am I in?

College of Arts and Science

Study options

Full Time (145 credit hours)

Tuition fees
US$37,379.12 per year
USD $37,379.12 /year for bachelor’s degree; USD $33,403.44 /year for master’s degree; This is annual fee for regular bachelor and masters degree and is offered as guide

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Application deadline

1 December 2021, 1 February 2022

Start date

24 January 2022

Venue

College of Arts and Science

143 Upham Hall,

OXFORD,

Ohio,

45056, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Completion of formal secondary education in a pre-university curriculum; This education must culminate in the award of a diploma or the issuance of a leaving certificate or matriculation certificate generally recognized as the educational qualification necessary for admission to higher studies; Students may apply for admission to the major after taking the four pre-major courses and if they have earned a cumulative g.p.a. of 3.0

For international students

Completion of formal secondary education in a pre-university curriculum

This education must culminate in the award of a diploma or the issuance of a leaving certificate or matriculation certificate generally recognized as the educational qualification necessary for admission to higher studies.

English Language Requirements:

To be considered for direct admission into an undergraduate (bachelor's) degree program at Miami University, international students whose native language is not English should have earned the following minimum scores:

TOEFL

Internet-based: 80

Paper-based: 550

IELTS (and IELTS Indicator) - Overall band: 6.5

Duolingo English Test - Overall score: 110

PTE Academic - Overall Score: 53

Application deadline: Feb/01 for fall; Dec/01 for spring.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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About Miami University

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