University of Queensland
Are you interested in advancing knowledge in biomedicine, public health, or the life sciences? A degree in biostatistics will teach you how to develop and apply statistical methods to different sets of health data, so you can make important contributions to research and evidence-based practice.
The 16-unit Master of Biostatistics is designed for applicants who have completed a bachelor honours degree in statistics. If you don’t have this qualification, you may be eligible for the 24-unit Master of Biostatistics.Study a series of core courses, which cover topics including the principles and methods of epidemiology, and statistical methods such as data management, linear models, and the design and analysis of experiments.Complete a range of advanced courses that will extend your understanding of complex statistical analyses. You’ll also complete either a biostatistics research project, or, if you prefer, a larger thesis.Benefit from a program offered in alliance with the Biostatistics Collaboration of Australia (BCA), a consortium of biostatistical experts from 6 major universities around Australia who have combined to offer postgraduate courses.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||University of Queensland|
|Course Duration||2 Years part-time (only available as part-time study)|
|Course University||University of Queensland|
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