Graduate Minor in Biostatistics

About the Graduate Minor

Biostatistics is a growing field, with a variety of employment opportunities for those trained in the field. This minor will provide a foundation in Biostatistics for students with majors in other fields, allowing the student to broaden their employment opportunities upon graduation.

Admission Requirements

All graduate students who meet the prerequisites for the core classes may pursue the minor. Admission will be done on a rolling basis. 

Program Requirements

Required Courses
BST 555Introduction to Statistical Computing3.0
BST 560Intermediate Biostatistics I3.0
Selective (Choose 1)3.0
Longitudinal Data Analysis
Survival Data Analysis
Electives (Choose 3)9.0-10.0
Longitudinal Data Analysis *
Survival Data Analysis *
Applied Multivariate Analysis
Intermediate SAS
Design & Analysis of Clinical Trials
Nonparametric and Semiparametric Models
Linear Statistical Models
Generalized Linear Models
Applied Bayesian Analysis
Intermediate Biostatistics II
Data Science Using R
Total Credits18.0-19.0
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