PhD Program A unique aspect of our Ph.D. program is our integrated and balanced training, covering research, teaching, and career development. The department encourages research in both theoretical and applied statistics.
In our graduate program, we aim to develop statisticians not only for academia, but also ones who will become leaders in endeavors such as medicine, law, finance, technology, government, and industry. Our graduate program is a stepping stone to a successful career in statistics.
In the Department of Statistics graduate program, we aim to develop statisticians not only for academia, but also ones who will become leaders in endeavors such as medicine, law, finance, technology, government, and industry. Our graduate program is a stepping stone to a successful career in statistics.
The Statistics Department is heavily involved in the Harvard Data Science Initiative (DSI). DSI is a cross-campus effort to develop important new data science methods and to better harness the power of data science in research.
The Statistics Department at Harvard has pioneered many of the tools and ideas behind the research and applications often classified as “data science,” where statistics and computer science join together.Learn More
A Tradition of Academic Excellence Since it was first established at Harvard in 1872, GSAS has grown into a leading institution of graduate study, awarding the PhD and select master’s degrees in 58 departments and programs that connect students with all parts of Harvard University. Today, GSAS.Learn More
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The Summer Research Opportunities at Harvard (SROH) program connects undergraduates interested in a PhD with first-class researchers working in fields in the life and physical sciences, humanities, and social sciences. This program is offered through GSAS and the Leadership Alliance.Learn More
All PhD programs at Harvard University are administered by the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), and applications are processed through the GSAS online application system. Four PhD programs are based at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, designed for students seeking specialized scientific and technical expertise to propel an academic or research career: PhD in.Learn More
We want you to be prepared for the PPOL PhD Program, which is why you must have completed and excelled in these courses: Microeconomic theory (one university-level course) Statistics (one university-level course) Calculus (two semesters at the minimum).Learn More
Harvard University is an Ivy League School and its admissions statistics make it one of the most competitive Ivy League Schools. Similar to the trends across all top schools, Harvard University acceptance rates have continued to decline over the past 8 years and will almost certainly continue to do so into the future. The Class of 2023 was the single most challenging year to be admitted to.Learn More
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Data Science lies at the intersection of statistical methodology, computational science, and a wide range of application domains. The program offers strong preparation in statistical modeling, machine learning, optimization, management and analysis of massive data sets, and data acquisition.Learn More
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Welcome to the PhD in Population Health Sciences (PHS). This full-time degree is a joint collaboration between the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health to offer a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Population Health Sciences. The program is designed to allow students to benefit from connections between public health disciplines and a.Learn More
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