Ph.D. in Business Administration, Concentration in Business Statistics
The scientific methods of statistics play an increasingly important role in managerial
analysis and decision-making under conditions of risk and uncertainty. They are used
to describe data and make decisions and predictions in every functional area of business
from strategic forecasting, research and business analytics. A Ph.D. in Business Administration
with a concentration in Business Statistics provides doctoral students the advanced
analytic skills as well as the core business knowledge necessary to be successful
in either an academic or business environment.
This program has been designed to train students to develop and apply modern statistical techniques. Foundational course content includes mathematical statistics, probability, statistical computing, and linear models; additional applied courses such as Data and Text Mining give students the tools needed for success, whether in the academic or industry sectors of business.
Please note:The Ph.D. in business statistics is no longer accepting applications at this time.
Ph.D. Program Links
Management Information Systems