Rapid advances in technology and the growing reliance on quantitative research have broadened the application of statistical reasoning to virtually all walks of life. The physical, natural, health and behavioral sciences, as well as the business world, for instance, have need for individuals with training in Statistics beyond a basic first course. The minor program in Statistics exposes students to contemporary statistical techniques, greatly increasing their marketability as well as their preparedness for graduate study in many disciplines.
|Basic Statistics II|
Mathematical Statistics II
|STA 255||Computational Statistics||3|
|STA Elective*||3 or 4|
|Total Credits||18 or 19|
* Of these three Statistics minor elective courses, at least two must be courses with an STA designation or at least one course with an STA designation and a Calculus course (MTH 165 - Survey of Calculus or MTH 171 - Calculus I). Additional Statistics elective courses are to be chosen with departmental approval.
All students who complete the BS in Statistics will automatically fulfill the necessary requirements for the Mathematics minor.