I know most may have an easy way out (being– do an MS in Biostatistics, since its related to my prior qualification).

Am however not trying to limit my career to only analysing disease trends.. etc. That’s why am considering doing a Mathematical Statistics MS that can lead me back to the medical world or still allow me to choose a different career path.

My worry is, with Biomedical Technology degree and a basic foundation I have in statistics, can I qualify into a Mathematical Statistics MS?

Your response will be much appreciated!

]]>Dan Rope is at IBM on the SPSS team: https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=21256817

]]>I don’t have much advice on preparing for the MSP, but I will try to ask some of the recent grads if they have any advice.

Cheers! ]]>

It is so late for me to know you and your blog posts. They are really helpful and detailed. I am going to CMU’s statistics department for masters. Hope we can meet up there!

And I would like to seek your advice in better preparing for the incoming busy academic year and job hunting.

Cheers,

Surah

]]>Fantastic work! ]]>