and biostatistics is offered as a concentration within the professional science master's program described under Business and Science 137.
The goal of the master of business and science (M.B.S.) degree with a concentration in statistics and biostatistics
is to train individuals who will take management roles in
organizations that use statistical decision-making tools, and to apply
statistical methodology to improve management practice. These
organizations are found in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, marketing,
banking, and insurance industries.
The statistics and biostatistics concentration consists of four required core
courses and four electives at the 500 level.
16:960:563 Regression Analysis (3)
16:960:580 Basic Probability (3) [Note: 16:960:582 may be substituted in
place of 16:960:580. Credit will not be given for both 580 and 582.]
16:960:583 Methods of Inference (3)
16:960:590 Design of Experiments (3)
For a description of the courses and the
electives, please go to http://mbs.rutgers.edu.
Professor John Kolassa