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Mathematical statistics

Statistics has a deep foundation in mathematics and probability theory.

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Among the important scientific developments of the 20th century is the explosive growth in statistical reasoning and methods for application to studies of human health.

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Statistics in agriculture

Statistics and the Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources have a strong bond at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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Computational biology/bioinformatics

Modern life sciences produce way more data than biologists with no statistical and computational training can comprehend.

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Statistics in social sciences

Statistical methods can be applied to a variety of social situations.

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Joint Ph.D. Degree Programs

The Department of Statistics has joint PhD degree programs with Agricultural Economics, Agronomy, Animal Science, Economics, Horticulture, and Natural Resources.

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