The Bachelor's-Accelerated Master's degree program in statistics and data science (BAM-STAT) offers currently enrolled CU Boulder statistics and data science undergraduate students the opportunity to receive a bachelor's and master's degree in a shorter period of time. Students receive the bachelor's degree first, but begin taking graduate coursework as undergraduates, typically in their junior or senior years. Up to six credits are allowed to double count for both the bachelor's and the master's degrees.

The Department of Applied Mathematics master’s degree is a professional master's program, specializing in statistics and data science, designed to give students the technical knowledge and skills needed to be highly successful in careers related to data science, statistics, applied mathematics and engineering. Our graduate program in applied mathematics is consistently ranked in the top 15 programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.