A degree in statistics allows you to look forward to abundant job opportunities. Roughly 41 percent of statisticians work for federal, state, and local governments. Scientific research, development services, and finance and insurance firms also hire statistics degree holders. As a statistician you apply mathematical principles to the collection, analysis, and presentation of numerical data.
Statistics degree holders enjoy a favorable career outlook.
A master's program in applied statistics offers you instruction in fundamental probability theory, key distributions in statistics, probability plotting, linear combinations of random variables, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals and other statistical intervals, the proper use of simulations, the importance of assumptions, multiple-comparisons, and goodness-to-fit tests.Request Information
A certificate program in statistical quality prepares you for a wide range of positions in government, business and non-profit organizations. You will acquire fundamental as well as practical and professional skills in quality assessment, including decision-making and problem-solving skills.Request Information