How the pathway works
During your final year of undergraduate study, you’ll begin taking graduate-level Statistics courses — if you meet the prerequisites. The graduate-level courses will satisfy credit requirements for your undergraduate major as well as the first year of the Statistics graduate program.
To enroll in this pathway, you’ll select one of the majors below.
To satisfy credit requirements for both your undergraduate major and your future Statistics master’s degree program, you’ll be required to earn a grade of C or higher in specific courses and to maintain a GPA of at least 2.75.
Automatic admission to graduate school
If you meet undergraduate progress standards, the graduate application and requirements will be waived and you will be automatically admitted to the Statistics MS program.
About our Statistics MS program
Develop a broad knowledge of the concepts and practice of statistics and related fields. You can choose to concentrate in Applied Statistics, Biostatistics, Data Science, or Operations Research and Applied Mathematics.
Frequently asked questions
Our Accelerated Graduate Pathways offer highly motivated undergraduate students the opportunity to begin graduate study while completing their bachelor’s degree.