Our graduate degree programs offer a rigorous foundation in both statistical theory and state of the art methodology, preparing you for your career.

Master of Science

Earn a Master of Biostatistics in one of our two master's programs. We offer an accelerated 18-month MS capstone program, and a traditional MS thesis program.

Doctor of Philosophy

Earn a PhD in Biostatistics to prepare for careers such as an independent investigator, educator, or highly-qualified practitioner of biostatistics. We offer a standard pathway and a statistical genetics pathway.

Statistical Genetics Training

The StatGen program draws students from four University of Washington PhD programs: Biostatistics, Statistics, Genome Sciences, and the Institute for Public Health Genetics. 

Non-Degree Options

Take courses as a non-degree student, or consider an online or on-campus certificate.

Courses & Registration

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