Bachelor Degree in Statistics in Incheon in South Korea

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea, is a sovereign country located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. The name "Korea" is derived from Goryeo, a dynasty which ruled in the Middle Ages. South Korea is now a liberal democracy and an economic powerhouse. The most prestigious comprehensive universities are Seoul National University, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Yonsei University and Korea University.

Incheon is a Metropolitan city and the 3rd most populated place in South Korea with over 2 million inhabitants. The city is part of Seoul National Capital Area because of its close proximity to the area. It has several universities and colleges.

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Bachelor in Applied Mathematics & Statistics

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time March 2017 South Korea Incheon

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics provides a unified home for the mathematical sciences. It is now the only such comprehensive mathematical sciences department among U.S. universities. It has 20 full-time faculty plus 15 adjunct faculty with primary appointments in other Stony Brook departments or in federal and industrial research laboratories. Education: It has over 220 graduate students studying at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels in tracks in: computational applied mathematics computational... [+]

Bachelors in Statistics in Incheon in South Korea. The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics provides a unified home for the mathematical sciences. It is now the only such comprehensive mathematical sciences department among U.S. universities. It has 20 full-time faculty plus 15 adjunct faculty with primary appointments in other Stony Brook departments or in federal and industrial research laboratories. Education: It has over 220 graduate students studying at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels in tracks in: computational applied mathematics computational biology operations research/quantitative finance statistics It awards about 20 Ph.D.’s and 55 M.S.’s a year. The department also has an extremely successful undergraduate major, graduating about 110 B.S.’s a year, close to 5% of all Stony Brook B.S.’s. For decades, Stony Brook has graduated a higher percentage of Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics—mostly in Applied Math-- than any other U.S. public university. Research: Applied Mathematics and Statistics faculty work on a wide range of important problems, from designing better drugs to fight AIDS to assessing the effectiveness of foster care programs to helping the FAA route airplanes around weather systems to designing fusion reactors. An underlying premise of all research is that problems drive the mathematics, as opposed to having theories in search of applications. Almost all research projects involve collaborations with faculty in other disciplines. All faculty have external funding for their studies, averaging $150,000 a year per professor. With the recent endowed gift of the Frey Family Chair in Quantitative Finance, the department is expanding its research and doctoral training in this area. Research Areas Statistics: - Biostatistics, bioinformatics, brain image analysis 
 - Statistical genetic epidemiology, applied longitudinal data analysis 
 - Financial econometrics, macroeconometrics 
 Computational Applied Mathematics (CAM): - Computational science, computational physics, computational medicine 
 - Supercomputing, finite-element methods, multigrid solvers, front tracking 
 - Computational fluid dynamics, turbulence, porous media 
 Quantitative Finance: - Empirical finance, financial econometrics, market and credit risk management 
 - Asset liability modeling, high frequency analysis, risk analysis and optimization 
 Operations Research: - Computational geometry 
 - Optimization, smart grids, energy management, transportation systems 
 - Analysis, optimization, and control of stochastic and deterministic systems 
 Computational Biology: - Computational glycobiology; biochemical network modeling 
 - Drug design targeting AIDS, breast cancer, botulism, pain 
 - Protein design, structure prediction; ligand docking 
 - Computational immunology, evolutionaly systems biology 
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