When you pursue a master’s degree in statistics from Ball State, you’ll benefit from courses covering everything from probability and stochastic processes to regression analysis to multivariate statistics.

During our two-year program, you’ll also learn to use statistical packages, which many businesses, industries, and government agencies require. You’ll be ready to tackle a variety of research and analytical roles in the real world.

For more information, contact Hanspeter Fischer, the director of graduate programs in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, or Rahmatullah Imon, the program advisor for statistics.

Request information to learn more about graduate study in mathematics.