ScM or AM in Biostatistics - Admission Requirements
Applications from students in applied fields such as biology, biochemistry, economics and computer science are strongly encouraged, with the understanding that necessary mathematical coursework may have to be completed before enrollment in the program.
Entering students should have two to three semesters of calculus and one semester of linear algebra.
The GRE general test is required; MCAT or LSAT tests cannot be substituted. Experience with numerical computing is recommended.
Students wishing to pursue graduate work in Biostatistics must complete a University application. Materials are available directly from the Graduate School. The Department's Masters Admissions Committee will give full consideration for financial aid to all applications. Application deadline is February 1.
The School of Public Health is transitioning to the SOPHAS online application service for the 2017-18 admissions year.