Pinyuen Chen, Advisor
Pinyuen Chen, Peng Gao, Susan H. Gensemer, Vernon L. Greene, Chihwa (Duke) Kao, Hyune-Ju Kim, Yingyi Ma, Jan Ivar Ondrich, Jeffrey M. Stonecash, Raja Velu, Janet Wilmoth, Douglas A. Wolf, Yildiray Yildirim
A graduate program in applied statistics leading to a master’s degree is administered by the interdisciplinary Statistics Program. This program includes professors from computer and information science, education, engineering, management, mathematics, psychology, and the social sciences, among others. This program is distinguished from other graduate programs in statistics by its emphasis on applications. The interdisciplinary program in statistics is based in the College of Arts and Sciences, but welcomes students from all schools and colleges at Syracuse University. Included among these may be students who are pursuing other degrees, but might wish also to pursue the M.S. degree in statistics.
All applicants are expected to have a basic foundation in statistical training that includes one course in introductory statistics, one course in regression analysis, and four courses in applications areas. Graduate Record Examination scores, or their equivalent, and performance in a student’s undergraduate degree program will be carefully evaluated.
Applicants who are not currently enrolled in any program at Syracuse apply for admission to the Applied Statistics Master’s degree program through http://www.syr.edu/gradschool/em/future_howtoapply.html by March 15. Students who are currently enrolled at Syracuse University should contact Professor Pinyuen Chen at email@example.com for further information.