Graduate Admissions

 

A Message from the Director of Graduate Admissions:

Thank you for your interest in our graduate program. Each year the program attracts many applications from all over the world. Please read the guidelines on application posted at this web page carefully.

— Professor Ofer Harel

 



STAT MS Program
      BIST MS Program        STAT PhD Program

 

Applying to the Graduate Programs

Thank you for your interest in our graduate program. Applications can be accessed through the Graduate School’s website.

Application Deadlines

  • PhD : by February 1 to be considered for financial aid (financial aid is only available for Ph.D. applicants); otherwise by April 1 for fall admission
  • STAT MS : by April 1 for fall admission
  • BIOSTAT MS : by April 1 for fall admission and October 1 for spring admission.

For special consideration after the deadlines, please contact tracy.burke@uconn.edu.

In 2015, a professional M.S. program in biostatistics was established in addition to the traditional M.S. in statistics. The biostatistics program aims to provide an in-depth training in statistics for health and pharmaceutical sciences with a strong emphasis on computing and data science. Due to the rapid growth of the healthcare industry, students in our biostatistics program will be placed on a competitive footing in the job market. Those who plan to pursue a continued academic training will also have a strong foundation in theory and statistical methodologies.

See more at http://stat.uconn.edu/m-s-in-statistics/ and http://stat.uconn.edu/m-s-in-biostatistics/.