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Master's of Science in Biostatistics Rankings

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So far, I've been admitted to four Master's of Science in Biostatistics programs (Pitt, Maryland, Ohio State, and UMass - Amherst).  I'm having trouble deciding which program to attend.  In terms of Public Health rankings, it seems like Pitt (#11) is clearly the best choice from these schools.  However, Ohio State has a much better ranking in statistics (Pitt didn't even make the list).  I'm hoping to just get an industry job after graduation, but I want to make sure that my investment, paid for with loans, will provide a secure future in biostatistics.  So which rankings will potential employers pay attention to the most, Public Health or statistics?  Also, can anyone offer any advise regarding the respective merits of these schools?  Thank you for your time!

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