Program Description


The Professional Masters in Applied Statistics and Data Science (PM-ASDS) program fosters at specializing and training in statistical methodology in its theoretical, practical/applied, and in scientific research aspects of modern age, particularly with computer intensiveness.

The courses offered by the department are of compulsory and optional nature. The total credits of courses is 36, totaling 1200 marks, 21 credits of which being compulsory courses and remaining 15 credits being optional courses. Students have the option to choose any available optional courses offered by the department.

To obtain the degree a student must complete all requirements within 3 to 7 academic semester from the date of first enrollment. There will be three semester in a year. Spring (January-April), Summer (May- August) and Fall (September – December). A semester will segmented into class weeks, preparatory leaves and semester final examination. The approximate time distribution of a semester will be as follows:


Total Length 17 Weeks
Segment Period Length
Class Weeks 1st Week – 13th Week 13 Weeks
Preparatory leave before semester-end examination 14th Week 01 Week
Semester-end examination 15th Week – 16th Week 02 Weeks
Result Processing & Publishing 17th Week 01 Week

Program Features


  • Builds a solid foundation in applied statistics and provides rigorous principles to guide statistical inference
  • Learn fundamental skills, key software and tools for statistical research, machine learning and big data analytics
  • Mentored by highly qualified faculty members with international teaching and research exposures
  • Air conditioned class rooms and computer lab with the latest Desktops, sound systems, multimedia and Wi-Fi facilities
  • Most updated seminar library with the latest books and journals
  • Transport facilities (conditional) for the students (Dhaka-Campus-Dhaka)
  • Most efficient and cost-effective professional degree program in Bangladesh
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