Biostatistics with West Virginia University School of Public Health

In an effort to provide an affordable option for students seeking a graduate degree, W&J and the WVU School of Public Health have established a new shared-credit degree program, the Master of Science in Biostatistics.

The agreement will provide qualified students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and a Master of Science in Biostatistics in just five years. Students will work toward their bachelor’s degree for the first three years at W&J and then transition to WVU for the fourth and fifth years.

This is the School of Public Health’s first shared-credit degree program with an institution outside of the WVU system.