Graduate Programs in Statistics
Version: 2014-15. Contains the most up-to-date degree requirements for the Graduate Program in Statistics (GPS), along with other useful information for graduate students. Updated annually.
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Approved: 2001. By-Laws of the Graduate Program in Statistics.
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Welcome to the Graduate Program in Statistics!
The Graduate Program in Statistics (GPS) consists of twenty-four faculty including members affiliated with various departments on campus. Our graduate programs are based on the premise that good applications are built on strong foundations in theory and methods. Thus, the core program for every graduate student in statistics includes graduate level core courses in mathematical statistics, applied statistics and multivariate analysis. Students obtain training in computational statistics and can choose from a variety of special topics courses.
Ph.D. in Statistics
The Ph.D. degree includes a thorough background of coursework in contemporary statistical theory, and provides an opportunity for studying a field in which statistics is applied. Learn More…
Ph.D. in Statistics (Biostatistics Track)
This subspecialty builds on a strong and diversified statistics program, and utilizes an environment of highly regarded campus programs in agricultural and environmental sciences, biological sciences, medicine, and veterinary medicine. Learn More...
M.S. in Statistics
The M.S. degree in Statistics is based on a mixture of theoretical and applied coursework, a comprehensive exam, and a statistical consulting requirement. Learn more…
Graduate Group in Biostatistics
In addition to the Graduate Program in Statistics, the department also houses the Graduate Group in Biostatistics. You can find out more about the graduate programs they offer and how to apply for them by visiting the GGB Website.
You can apply for our programs online via the Office of Graduate Studies. The application fee is $90 for domestic applicants, $110 for international. We only accept full-time students, entering in the Fall quarter. The priority deadline to apply for admission for the following academic year is January 15; this is also the deadline for those applying for financial support. The final deadline for M.S. applications is May 15th. Learn more…
Funding is available for Ph.D. students in the form of employment as a Teaching Assistant, Associate Instructor or Graduate Student Researcher. Additionally, Graduate Studies administers several fellowships that are open for new students to apply for. Learn more…
Pete Scully (email@example.com)
Graduate Programs Coordinator
Room MSB 4118E, Tel: 530.692-5194
Melany Miners (firstname.lastname@example.org)
M.S. Program Coordinator
Room MSB 4118D, Tel: 530.341-3909
Address: Department of Statistics
Mathematical Sciences Building, One Shields Ave.
University of California, Davis
Davis, CA 95616-8705, USA