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Admissions Information

Application for admission to the graduate program in applied statistics and analytics is through the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Application Dates

Spring: January 1
Summer: May 1
Fall: August 1

The following materials are required to be considered for admission:

  1. A completed online application form
  2. Official transcript(s) bearing the official seal from each college or university in which course work had been taken
  3. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores

Official transcripts can be sent directly to:

Office of the Registrar
University of Kansas Medical Center
3901 Rainbow Blvd., Mail Stop 4029
Kansas City, KS 66160

Requirements
For admission into the graduate program in applied statistics and analytics, the applicant must meet the general requirements for admission to the KUMC Office of Graduate Studies.

The minimum requirements for admission into the graduate program are:

  1. A cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better is required for regular admission status. An applicant with an undergraduate GPA not meeting the minimum requirements may be admitted under provisional status, provided they meet the academic standards of the department without excessive deficiencies in prerequisites.
  2. B average (or higher) in Calculus I – II (i.e., single variable differentiation and integration or equivalent)
  3. Successful completion of a course in any computer programming language or demonstration of mastery via credentials or work experience

An applicant meeting the minimum requirements for admission is referred to the Admissions Committee for approval or disapproval. Approval for admission is good for up to 12 months from the approved date for admission.


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Questions?

Shana Palla, MS
Project Director of Graduate Education
Department of Biostatistics
(913) 897-8674
spalla@kumc.edu

Scholarships for Johnson County Residents

Students who currently live in Johnson County, Kan., and who are admitted to and enrolled in the online M.S. in Applied Statistics & Analytics degree are eligible for a $1,250 scholarship per semester if enrolled in six hours of coursework or a $625 scholarship per semester if enrolled in three hours of coursework. It is a renewable scholarship and students must maintain a minimum cumulative KU grade point average of 3.0 within the program to receive it for subsequent terms. Completion of the FAFSA is required each year. Limited awards are available. For more information contact Scott Sponholtz, associate director, KU Medical Center Student Financial Aid.

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