GRE, TOEFL, or IELTS
Applicants must have the a bachelor’s degree from an accredited US university or the foreign degree equivalent, with a minimum 3.30 undergraduate GPA. We also require two methods courses beyond introductory statistics, (at BYU these courses are Stat 230 (ANOVA) and Stat 330 (Regression)), two courses in calculus-based statistical theory (Stat 240 and Stat 340 at BYU), differential calculus (Math 112 at BYU), integral calculus (Math 113 at BYU), multivariate calculus (Math 314 at BYU), and a course in linear algebra (Math 313 at BYU). You must have a B- or higher in each course. A math minor is recommended.
Applicants with Foreign Credentials
Applicants with degrees that have been awarded outside of the US must complete a foreign credential evaluation with IERF and request to have the official evaluation report sent electronically to BYU Graduate Studies (before the applicable program application deadline) in order to be considered eligible for admission. Please be aware that the IERF process can take up to a month to complete. Plan accordingly to meet the February 1st application deadline.