Masters Degree in Statistics - a two-year graduate program for those who have first earned a bachelor's degree. The successful program applicant will have strong grades in Calculus (up through Multivariate Calculus), Linear Algebra, and at least one computer programming course. A bachelor's degree in Statistics, Mathematics, or another discipline requiring this mathematical background and the general GRE are required.
Masters Degree in Applied Statistics - a completely online program emphasizing statistical applications. Admission requirements are multivariate calculus, a computing course, and the general GRE. This degree is not an acceptable prerequisite for the Doctoral degree listed below.
Graduate Minor in Statistics - for those graduate students who take multiple statistics courses while completing a degree in another area of study
Doctoral Degree - a four year program (depending upon prerequistes and scheduling) in mathematical statistics.