Graduate School

Statistics—MS, PhD

What you'll work on

After gaining a broad background in statistical theory and methods, you'll explore statistical genetics, predictive modeling, computational methods, and functional data analysis. You'll learn from esteemed faculty who use advanced statistics to discover complex diseases, count wildlife populations, and study censored data.

Where you'll work

Recent graduates have landed positions in national laboratories, academia, and private industries and firms. While on campus, you'll study and research in one of our many interdisciplinary research centers and institutes.

 

Faculty Spotlight

Assistant professor Yeonwoo Rho

Yeonwoo Rho

Assistant Professor

"In the end, data are interconnected in one way or another."

Between different observation times of the same subject and across different subjects—data are interconnected in one way or another. In the era of big data, it is crucial to extract useful and correct information out of them. Rho’s research focuses on how to handle the dependency using statistical and probabilistic tools.

Who you'll work with

You’ll work in teams with your peers and faculty, using popular, state-of-the-art software to solve authentic problems with real data to impact society. Nearly 40 faculty members in the Department of Mathematical Sciences conduct research on the best mathematical and statistical approaches to problems in a variety of areas. Both master’s and doctoral students contribute to faculty-led research projects while taking advanced coursework in statistics.