Biostatistics Academic Department

Biostatisticians work alongside researchers, practitioners and clinicians to develop and implement strategies for data extraction through research design and methodologies that will ultimately make an impact on population health. Our students in this public health department learn to understand and interpret data driven by research, and this skill set is at the forefront of the public health field. In fact, a masters degree in biostatistics is the number one graduate degree in the nation with projected growth of 18 percent, according to Forbes annual ranking of 45 popular degrees.


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