All applicants must meet the University of Saskatchewan's Graduate Studies requirements with regards to entry into the collaborative Biostatistics Program.
Students applying for the MSc degree in the collaborative Biostatistics Program must have completed a four-year BSc or BA degree from a recognized university in one of the following disciplines: mathematics, statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, quantitative psychology, or any other discipline with a strong background in mathematics or statistics. Students must have completed undergraduate courses in mathematical statistics and statistical inference (STAT 342 and STAT 442, or equivalents). Applicants must have maintained a minimum 75% average in the last 60 credit units of their previous program.
Applicants holding a BSc in another discipline with at least an 80% grade point average may be admitted as probationary MSc students, but are required to complete qualifying courses before being considered for admissions.
All applicants must also show promise of ability to pursue advanced study and research and evidence of proficiency in English. Applicants who are not native English speakers, or who have not completed their most recent post-secondary program in an English-speaking country must provide evidence of English proficiency. For more information on language proficiency requirements please visit http://www.usask.ca/cgsr/prospective_students/requirements/english.php
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