Master of Statistical Data Analysis

Statistical Data Analysis

Why study Master of Statistical Data Analysis at ANU

Data Science has become one of the fastest growing areas of academic and commercial practice. A skillset in data analysis and statistics modelling is highly valued and sought after in nearly all aspects of quantitative endeavour and information management. The Master of Statistical Data Analysis will provide you with training in developing statistical and analytical skills for use in quantitative and data-based problem solving. This will enable you to analyse and interpret complex data in various contexts using appropriate methodology. Graduates of the ANU Master of Statistical Data Analysis program will have the relevant skills to pursue careers in multiple industries and can make a significant impact on the business decision making process.

Length: 1 year full-time

CRICOS #: 111568C

Semester intake: 1 or 2

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