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Hoping to hear from anyone who attends or knows about the Biostatistics program at the University of Florida. I understand they are only 6 years old or so? How competitive is their admissions at this point? Does anyone know if they offer funding for MS students? Any opinions on the overall quality of the program in general?

I'm looking at other Biostats programs in the Southeast including FSU, SC, MUSC, UGA. Would I be correct in presuming that UF is the strongest and most competitive Biostat program among these? How does it compare to FSU?

I'll be graduating with a BS in Math and Stats from a decent state school in the Southeast with probably ~3.7 GPA, significant statistics research that encompassed applied statistics as well as some more theoretical areas of survival analysis and bayesian methods, and solid LORs including a UF Statistics alumni. Would such a profile be competitive for an MS in Biostats at UF?



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