masters degree

  1. J

    M.S. vs M.A.S. in Applied Statistics for future career

    Hello, I have a B.S. in biology and I'm currently working as biologist. I am wanting to pursue a master's degree in statistics and there are several online programs that look intriguing. A couple of them are M.S. degrees and one (the one I like the best) is a M.A.S. All of them are applied...
  2. A

    Business major looking in the MS Statistics

    Hello, So I'm about to finish a my BBA and am looking into working with data analytics. There are plenty of great business analytics programs out there that I'm eligible for, but I think I'd like to expand my opportunities (i.e. if I ever want to go into research much later on through a PhD...
  3. S

    4 variables, 2 surveys.. how to link? please help!

    hi :wave: i have 2 surveys. The data is collected from both managers and subordinates, the first one has just one variable (moderator) and the 2nd has 3 variables (mediator, independent variable and dependent variable ) i have 1 independent variable , 1 moderator, 1 mediator and 1 outcome...
  4. A

    A Future in Statistics...Possibly?

    I completed a BA in Psychology at a small liberal arts school in the Midwest in 2005. I graduated summa cum laude with a GPA of 3.96. Good right?.... well, not really. I only did 1 internship an it was a stretch to connect it to my field of study. I was a research assistant for only 1...
  5. I

    Advice on distance learning and grad schools

    Hello All, I would like to pursue further education in machine learning/ statistics. The most probable option for me would be to earn a distance learning degree. I have a background in mechanical and chemical engineering. For my masters degree I studied non-linear regression and a few...