CommonerCoffee Posted August 14, 2013 Share Posted August 14, 2013 Hello! I am going into my junior year of undergraduate next year and figure that it's probably best to do some research on biostatistics graduate programs. I am more interested in doing a Masters degree than a PhD because I'm not sure if my family could financially handle 5 more years of graduate studies before I get a job to help support them. Honestly I would love to do a PhD program but I'm not sure if that's feasible in my circumstances. I understand that funding for graduate programs are almost entirely reserved for PhD students but I was wondering if there were any exceptions that significantly or fully fund their Masters students in biostatistics? I don't think I could attend a Masters program if it would cost over 10k a year. I would greatly appreciate any advice or information anyone has! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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