Level: Postgraduate coursework
Biostatistics is the application of statistical techniques to scientific research in health-related fields, including medicine and public health. Biostatisticians play essential roles in designing studies, analysing data and creating methods to solve research problems.
Offered at three award levels, graduate certificate, graduate diploma and masters degree, the Biostatistics program at Sydney Medical School provides advanced training by distance learning for a diverse range of students. You will have the opportunity to study in areas including epidemiology, statistical computing, statistical inference, mathematics and survival analysis.