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Statistics Program

Mathematics and Statistics


Dr. Shakhawat Hossain talks about summer research opportunities for students.

Dr. Shakhawat Hossain talks about summer research opportunities for students.

New!  Beginning Fall, 2020, we will be offering a B.Sc. or B.A. 4-year Statistics degree, Data Science Stream.  This degree will involve a mix of Statistics, Mathematics and Applied Computer Science courses.  Contact an advisor for more information.

Programs in Statistics

  • 3-year or 4-year BA/BSc in Statistics
  • NEW! 4-year BA/BSc in Statistics, Data Science stream
  • Minor in Statistics


Requirements for the NEW 4-year BA/BSc in Statistics, Data Science stream

Full list of course requirements for the Data Science stream.

 

Requirements for a 4-year BA/BSc in Statistics 

  • STAT-1301 Introduction to Statistical Analysis I OR STAT-1501 Elementary Biological Statistics OR STAT-1401 Introduction to Statistics for Business & Economics AND STAT-1302 Introduction to Statistical Analysis I OR STAT-2001 Elementary Biological Statistics II
  • STAT-2301 Survey Sampling I
  • STAT-2903 Introduction to Statistical Computing
  • STAT-3103 Statistics in Research I and STAT-3104 Analysis of Variance and Covariance (renamed Applied Regression Analysis)
  • STAT/MATH-3611 Mathematical Statistics I and STAT/MATH-3612 Mathematical Statistics II
  • STAT-4401 Probability Theory or STAT-4601 Statistical Design of Experiments or STAT-4103 Statistical Learning
  • 18 credit hours chosen from a list of prescribed courses in the academic calendar

Note: Since MATH-2105/2106 are co-requisites for STAT/MATH-3611/3612, students should take MATH-1103, MATH-1104 (or MATH-1101) and MATH-1201 in their first year and MATH-2105, MATH-2106 in their second year.

 

Requirements for a minor in Statistics

  • STAT-1301 Introduction to Statistical Analysis I OR STAT-1501 Elementary Biological Statistics OR STAT-1401 Introduction to Statistics for Business & Economics AND STAT-1302 Introduction to Statistical Analysis I OR STAT-2001 Elementary Biological Statistics II
  • STAT-2301 Survey Sampling I
  • Any additional 9 credit hours at the 2000 level or higher (not including STAT-2001)

 

For course descriptions, please consult the University course descriptions page.