404 Cockins Hall
1958 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
The Department of Statistics has twenty-nine full-time faculty members. Research interests encompass virtually all major areas of statistics. Graduates have been employed by a wide range of companies and academic institutions.
Interdisciplinary PhD in Biostatistics
The department also offers Graduate Minors in Statistics, Undergraduate Minor in Statistics, and Graduate Interdisciplinary Specializations. The department has various computer facilities, and also maintains a full time consulting service. We host visiting faculty from around the world. Visitors have come from as far afield as Australia, China, Denmark, England, India, Japan, Korea and Russia. The visitors, who typically stay between two and nine months, add to the research environment and expertise of the department.
The Department runs a weekly statistics colloquium and a bi-weekly biostatistics colloquium series.
Master of Science The MS in Statistics degree can act as either a terminal degree or as a stepping-stone to the PhD program. The requirements for this degree are more theoretical than those for the MAS. This degree program is flexible enough to provide preparation for a career in applied statistics or it can be composed entirely of the first two years of coursework for the statistics or biostatistics PhD programs.