Aug 14, 2022  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Statistics, B.S.


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Offered by Mathematics and Statistics . Students may tailor their program of study by choosing one of two tracks: the applied statistics track or the mathematical statistics track.

University Requirements


Completion of Minimum University Requirements for an Undergraduate Baccalaureate Degree .

  • Minimum 120 credits and minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Completion of 45 upper-level credits, residence requirement, Writing Intensive requirement, and General Education requirement

Major Requirements


Course Requirements


Proficiency in English (6 credits)


Complete the following:

Track (31 credits)


Complete one of the following tracks:

Applied Statistics Track


Students in the Applied Statistics Track take courses that help develop skills in the application of statistics to real problems. This track is recommended for students who wish to prepare for employment in government or industry. The applied statistics track is also appropriate for those who wish to pursue graduate study in statistics, with an emphasis on applications.

Electives

Complete 9 courses from the following or other approved courses, including a minimum of 4 courses in statistics:

Mathematical Statistics Track


The Mathematical Statistics Track provides the necessary background and stimulation for graduate study in statistics, applied mathematics or other quantitative fields such as computer science or engineering.

Mathematical Analysis

Complete the following 3 credits:

Electives

Complete 9 courses from the following or other approved courses, including a minimum of 6 courses in mathematics and statistics:

Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Programs


Qualified students may apply to an accelerated program, which allows them to share courses between a bachelor's degree and a master's degree. Students take graduate courses as undergraduate students and later apply those courses to master's degrees. An undergraduate may apply to participate in an accelerated program even if the desired graduate program is in a department other than the one in which the student is majoring. More information is available from the Accelerated Program page of the Graduate School website.

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