Statistics Graduate Degree
Your best first step to jump starting your entry into the world's high-paying, innovative technology industries begins with a Statistics Graduate Degree from RIT. RIT offers 80 Graduate Programs in some of the most sought after, recession-proof math and science-related disciplines. So don't hesitate: contact RIT now and find out more about the programs we offer.
The Applied Statistics graduate degree can be studied either full-time or part-time, and courses can be taken either on-campus or online. In some RIT departments, students working toward their baccalaureate degree can opt to pursue an accelerated dual BS/MS program. Students also have the option to pursue cooperative education. Although this program is largely for students who aren't aiming to continue their education beyond the MS, a number of students have earned doctorate degrees at other universities.
At RIT, the world is your oyster
A world of opportunity opens up when you decide to study at RIT. In addition to unparalleled opportunities for research and career placement, you'll also benefit from our partnerships with countless national and international corporate and government entities and have the support of highly respected faculty members.
A Graduate Degree in Statistics at RIT can advance your earning potential. More than 400 domestic and international employers attended our most recent career fair to meet our graduates. Most universities are satisfied if they attract 100! Not only that, but with an education at RIT you'll be networked with more than 100,000 well-connected alumni who value the power of an RIT qualification and look to hire our graduates.
Every year ambitious students find a home in RIT's energetic learning community. Our distinctive academic offerings are designed to help students develop personal and professional skills that represent an academic boost and the ideal preparation for long-term professional success. Our unique blend of creativity, specialization and intensive learning in fields like statistics rank RIT among the leading career-oriented, technological institutions in the world. Ask about our quarter program, which allows you to take classes four times a year and earn your degree faster.