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Washington State University Graduate School

Statistics, M.S.

Student Learning Outcomes

 

All graduates will be able to:

  1. Problem solving in area of research: Students are expected to possess skills to solve statistical problems arising in the area of their specialization.
  2. Ability to work individually or in groups: Students are expected to develop skills necessary to carry out modeling and analysis at the individual and in a group environment.
  3. Communication skills: Good communication skills are expected so that students can present in an effective manner the interpretation, as well as implications of the results obtained from a statistical model and its analysis.

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