Master of Science in Applied Statistics and Analytics

The M.S. in Applied Statistics and Analytics program provides professional preparation for careers involving the use of data analysis to inform decisions. The program includes required courses providing a foundation in statistical methods and theory, and electives that allow students to emphasize biostatistics or business analytics and explore a variety of statistical models and techniques for analyzing data. Expertise in the use of statistical software packages is developed. In keeping with the mission of Azusa Pacific University, this program encourages an active conversation about the role of a Christian perspective in the field of applied statistics, particularly in terms of ethical issues prevalent in data analytics. Students complete a total of 33 units.

Core Courses
STAT 501Introduction to Modeling with Probability3
STAT 502Mathematical Statistics3
STAT 511Applied Regression Analysis3
STAT 512Analysis of Variance and Design of Experiments3
STAT 521Statistical Computing and Programming3
STAT 592Ethics in Data Analytics2
Culminating Experience
STAT 597Statistical Consulting Practicum2
STAT 598Culminating Project2
Elective Courses12
Calculus Fundamentals for Statistics 1
Linear Algebra Fundamentals for Statistics 1
Epidemiology Research Methods 2
Applied Logistic Regression and Survival Analysis 2
Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis 2
Data Visualization 3
Time Series Analysis and Forecasting 3
Data Mining 3
Applied Multivariate Analysis 3
Applied Bayesian Analysis
Applied Nonparametric Statistics
Discrete Data Analysis
Applied Survey Sampling
Analysis of Variance
and Analysis of Variance Lab
and Regression Lab
Psychometrics: Assessment and Measurement
and Psychometrics: Assessment and Measurement Lab
Total Units33