financeguy Posted November 29, 2013 Share Posted November 29, 2013 (edited) put it simple i study accounting and finance for the finance we use a lot of applied statistics my question is simple my university (which is business school and has a stats department) runs a part time master in statistics for people of different background with courses like -introduction to statistics -ratios -computing statistics -applied propabilities+ frequency distributions I, II -sample survey I, II -applied statistical inference -linear models and data analysis I, II -Quality testing -DEcision making with statistics -demometry -econometrics -non parametric analysis -ANOVA -Introduction to stat modeling -data analysis-case studies -multivariate statistical analysis -Categorical Data Analysis -timeline series do you think a master like this will cover any background i lack for a phd? more simple after the completion of the program will i be more or less like that guys that went bsc and master in statistics? or i will still be at disadvantage for phd? Edited November 29, 2013 by financeguy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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