small_town_girl Posted June 4, 2010 Report Share Posted June 4, 2010 Hey guys, I'm just looking for people's opinions on these Master's programs...if anyone has any insight it would be really helpful. I've been accepted to a Master's in Epidemiology with a specialization in Biostatistics at Queen's. It's a one-year coursework program. The first 8 months is courses, and the final 4 months is a practicum. I've also been accepted to a Master's in Applied Mathematics at Waterloo. This is a 2-year thesis-based program, and my potential supervisors are in the fields of mathematical medicine and biology. Does anyone know more about these programs, or have any suggestions as to which to choose? I'm leaning more towards the Queen's one, mostly because it's 1-year, so I can apply next year. But I'm interested in both of them, and I'm afraid about what would happen if I don't get accepted next year...I feel like the 2-year one might have more job prospects....buuuuuut I wouldn't be able to apply next year.... Any help or insight would be appreciated! Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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