Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Program

Applied Statistics MS

About the Applied Statistics MS Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Degree at Loyola

Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s programs allow full-time students to complete both an undergraduate and graduate degree in just five years. Learn more about the Applied Statistics MS Master's degree and eligible undergraduate Bachelor's degrees below.

Applied Statistics MS Graduate Program

The world is generating more data than ever, but there are not enough statistically-savvy professionals with the training to turn raw numbers into useful information and insights. This program is ideal for quantitatively-skilled and curious individuals who want to help influence and inform the decision-making and analytics process at a variety of organizations through the use of statistical modeling tools, evidence, and big data.

Eligible Undergraduate Programs

  • All undergraduate mathematics and statistics majors
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Visit our Applied Statistics MS webpage for information about Career Opportunities, Results & Skills, and more.


Curriculum and Program Outcomes

Loyola’s extensive course catalog will always house the latest Applied Statistics MS Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's program course information, including degree requirements, course descriptions, prerequisite requirements, available concentrations, and more.

Additionally, this resource will provide learning outcomes, showcasing the commitment to specific skills and growth graduates can expect to achieve following completion of the program.

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Step By Step: Chart Your Accelerated Degree Path

  1. Explore options in undergraduate years one and two. Connect with your academic and career advisors and chart a two-year schedule to establish the best path toward your degrees.

  2. Apply in undergraduate year three. Students applying to an Accelerated Bachelors/Masters program will experience a slightly different application process. Please review the application requirements below for process information and required supporting materials. Loyola students do not need to submit official transcripts. Start your application here.

  3. Begin graduate course work. In undergraduate year four, you will take both undergraduate and graduate courses and complete your bachelor's degree.

  4. Complete your graduate course work in year five. Graduate with your master's degree.

Please note that transfer students may have a slightly different timeline. Transfer students who are juniors may apply at the end of their second semester.

Application Requirements

Application Deadlines

The available start terms and corresponding application deadlines for the All undergraduate mathematics and statistics majors/Applied Statistics MS are listed below. Please keep in mind that both the application and the required materials must be submitted by the specified deadline.

Fall: Rolling admission

Application Requirements

Application requirements for the All undergraduate mathematics and statistics majors/Applied Statistics MS include:

  • 2 Letters of Recommendation

  • 3.5 Minimum GPA

  • Resume/CV

  • Statement of Purpose

Course Requirements

Please view the All undergraduate mathematics and statistics majors/Applied Statistics MS Academic Catalog page for important curriculum information, including recommended course sequencing.

Statement of Purpose Details

Please address the following questions:

  1. What motivated your decision to pursue this graduate degree?
  3. Is there anything motivating an application to Loyola specifically?
  4. What qualifications or attributes do you bring with you that predict your success in our program?
  5. What are your career goals following the completion of your degree, and how do you envision our courses and faculty supporting them?
Start Your Application

Applying online to the accelerated program is a swift, uncomplicated, and cost-free process. After submission, you can proceed to send and upload any additional requirements.