Complete applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with decisions made by early April.
Admission to the program is highly competitive. Decisions are based on a combination of factors including:
The more statistical coursework in an applicant’s background the better. This is not meant to imply that an MMR degree is a math/statistics degree. However, many of the courses in the program include topics involving quantitative/statistical analyses and the application of related computer software.
You will receive an email to notify you that a decision recommendation has been made, as well as a letter from the Dean of the Graduate School with the official decision. To protect student confidentiality, we do not provide admission decisions over the telephone. All admissions decisions are final.