The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in Biostatistics & Data Science will prepare graduates to conduct cutting-edge research, teach the next generation of biostatisticians and data scientists, and collaborate with basic research scientists, clinicians, epidemiologists, and population and public health organizations. This program synergizes competencies in statistics, computer science, and epidemiology, a critical combination of skills for analyzing increasingly complex health-related data.
Who may apply?
College graduates and professionals from:
Enrolled students will be able to complete the doctoral program in 5 years, earning a total of 60 credit hours and a master of science (MS) in Biostatistics & Data Science along the way.
Stipends are available for PhD students, apply here
Students must complete a dissertation expanding knowledge in one or more emphasis areas