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Bachelor of Science
Biostatistics (B.S.)
Students will study statistics, biology, and computer programming to help them analyze living organisms.
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Participate in Biological Research
Students will be able to develop computer programming and machine learning techniques to better prepare themselves for working with big data. If students pursue an advanced degree in Statistics or Biostatistics, this degree will prepare them for graduate school.

In this degree, students will study and apply mathematics and statistics to natural resources, neuroscience, or biotechnology. They will study biology while analyzing graphical representations of data, elementary probability, sampling distributions, and statistical inference involving means, proportions, and contingency tables.
"I loved taking the more specialized classes."

Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Biostatistics have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Biostatisticians work to design and analyze research studies related to human health, animals, or plants. These statistical studies aim to expand medical knowledge and improve research efforts. Those who wish to enter this field must attend graduate school.
Biostatistician Assistant
A biostatistician assistant helps design and analyze research studies related to human health, animals, or plants. They provide biostatistical consultation to clinics and clients.

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