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The University of Texas at Dallas Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics
The University of Texas at Dallas

Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics

Richardson, USA

4 Years

English

Full time

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USD 18,276 / per semester

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Introduction

The Statistics Ph.D. degree curriculum at The University of Texas at Dallas offers extensive coursework and intensive research experience, in theory, methodology, and applications of statistics. During their study, Ph.D. students acquire the necessary skills to prepare them for careers in academia or in fields that require sophisticated data analysis skills.

The Ph.D. program is designed to accommodate the needs and interests of the students. The student must arrange a course program with the guidance and approval of the graduate advisor. Adjustments can be made as to the student’s interests develop and a specific dissertation topic is chosen.

Some of the broad research areas represented in the department include probability theory, stochastic processes, statistical inference, asymptotic theory, statistical methodology, time series analysis, Bayesian analysis, robust multivariate statistical methods, nonparametric methods, nonparametric curve estimation, sequential analysis, biostatistics, statistical genetics, and bioinformatics.

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