Earn a Bachelor's and a Master's in Five Years
Enhance your resume with the Accelerated Master's Program in Accelerated Statistics. In our data-driven modern world, there is more need for statisticians than ever. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 33% growth in the number of jobs in mathematics and statisticians between 2016 and 2026. Ambitious students now have the opportunity to jumpstart a career in this growing field by adding an advanced degree with just one year of study beyond their undergraduate program.
Michigan Tech's graduate program in applied statistics focuses on building the skillset necessary to develop solutions to complex real world problems with statistical analysis. Statistics students go on to careers in national laboratories, academia, and private industry.
The Accelerated Master's Program allows students to apply 6 approved credits to a Bachelor's degree and a Master's of Science in Applied Statistics. For more information about graduate education in math and statistics, see the Department of Mathematical Science's website.