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The MSPH with a concentration in Biostatistics is offered by the Department of Biostatistics.

The MSPH with a concentration in Biostatistics is an applied statistics degree with a focus on public health. This program is open to all qualified applicants with relevant undergraduate, masters, medical, or health science professional degrees.

This program is an ideal post-medical or other health science degree training program for fellows and faculty members interested in developing skills required for clinical research. A graduate of this program will have the academic training to develop and lead independent research programs and projects. Further, the MSPH program may be a first step towards a doctoral program in biostatistics or public health.  

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Applicants to the MSPH program should have a strong academic record and meet the minimum requirements for admission to the School of Public Health. In addition, the applicant's undergraduate curriculum must include a two-semester sequence of calculus or equivalent, linear algebra, and proficiency in computing. The Department of Biostatistics admits MSPH students in the fall term each year. Interested students should apply through

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