Skip to main content

Statistics and related quantitative skills are some of the most valued by employers. US News & World Report listed statisticians as one of the top jobs in the US in their latest survey.

The Department of Labor lists median pay in 2015 for statisticians (at the masters level) as $81,950, with employment growth at 33% over ten years from 2016-2026, which is much faster than the national average. The Graduate Certificate in Statistics provides graduate students training in statistics and related skills (e.g., data science) that will help prepare them to be competitive in today’s job market.