BJX Posted April 27, 2013 Share Posted April 27, 2013 (edited) Hi I recently got admission from MS program in statistics from Lehigh. I'm going to look for a job after graduation instead of pursuing a phd. Is this a suitable program that can provide me many job opportunities, like the first round job interviews? Each year no more than 10 students go to this MS program in statistics for further study and it's under the math department. Lehigh does not offer a Statistics phd degree. Only a Math phd with stat track. I have no idea about the career service in Lehigh statistics program. M.S. Program in Statistics at Lehigh U has two tracksStatistics Track Recommended Courses: Math 309. Theory of Probability STAT 434. Mathematical Statistics STAT 412. Statistical Computing & Applications STAT 462. Modern Nonparametric Methods in Statistics STAT 438. Linear Models in Statistics with Applications STAT 461. Topics in Mathematical Statistics STAT 410. Random Processes Possible Electives: STAT 408. Statistics and Probability Seminar (Spring) STAT 409. Statistics and Probability Seminar (Fall) STAT 463 Advanced Probability STAT 464 Advanced Stochastic Process Math 467. Financial Calculus I Math 468. Financial Calculus II I.E. 332. Product Quality I.E. 409. Time Series Analysis I.E. 410. Design of Experiments Eco 463 or IE 458. Topics in Game Theory Educ 411. Multivariate Statistical Methods CSE 411. Advanced Programming Techniques Stochastic Modeling Track Recommended Courses: Math 309. Theory of Probability STAT 410. Random Processes STAT 463. Advanced Probability Math 401. Real Analysis I Electives: STAT 434. Mathematical Statistics STAT 438. Linear Models in Statistics with Applications STAT 464. Advanced Stochastic Processes Math 341. Mathematical Models and Their Formulation Other Possible Electives: STAT 408. Seminar in Statistics and Probability (Spring) STAT 409. Seminar in Statistics and Probability (Fall) Math 320. Ordinary Differential Equations Math 340. Design and Analysis of Algorithms Math 402. Real Analysis II Math 407. Theory and Techniques of Optimization Math 430. Numerical Analysis Math 467. Financial Calculus I Math 468. Financial Calculus II Eco. 453. Index Numbers and Time Series Analysis CSE 411. Advanced Programming Techniques I.E. 316. Advanced Operations Research Techniques I.E. 339. Queuing Theory I.E. 409. Time Series Analysis I.E. 416. Dynamic Programming I.E. 439. Applications of Stochastic Processes Can anyone provide more info about this program or just give me some advice? Edited April 27, 2013 by BJX Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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