Rapid advances in technology and the growing reliance on quantitative research have broadened the application of statistical reasoning to virtually all walks of life. Statistical techniques are widely used in research, industry, manufacturing, commerce, and government. The BS in Statistics program provides training in contemporary statistical techniques, as well as their theoretical background. By way of the Statistics elective courses, the program can be tailored to lead you to a wide variety of career choices in business or industry, or to prepare you for further studies in graduate school. Also, students who complete the BS in Statistics will automatically fulfill the necessary requirements for the Mathematics minor.
All BS in Statistics majors will take a minimum of 53 credits of courses within the major. These 53 credits will consist of 38 credits of specific required courses, plus a minimum of 15 credits of Statistics elective courses.
* Students who complete the BS in Statistics will automatically fulfill the necessary requirements for the Mathematics minor.
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.
At only 18 or 19 credits, 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.
"The best thing about being a statistician is that you get to play in everyone’s backyard." — John Tukey
Statistician is the coolest job you’ve never heard of. Don’t take our word for it; see for yourself all the great things you can do with a career in statistics.
- Change the World
- Satisfy Curiosity
- Make Money
- Have Fun!
Check out the American Statistical Association (ASA) website for more details on why you should get involved with this fantastic field.
Dr. Floren Does Radio!
In this tecBRIDGE radio interview with Don Webster, Dr. Michael Floren, Statistics Program Director at Misericordia, discusses the importance of Statistics in the job world as well as the engaged and applied student learning opportunities through the Statistics major and the Statistical Consulting Center at Misericordia.
Sarah Bender '20
In pursuing a major in Statistics, I have the guidance of excellent professors who are eager to support, teach and provide career advice. This expertise and commitment combined with a smaller school setting helps me feel comfortable asking questions to help me succeed.
Lindsay Kane '20
I would not be where I am today without Misericordia and our wonderful math department. Our professors gave me the confidence I needed as an incoming freshman that has strengthened my performance in the classroom and overall experience.
Christopher Larson '19
My time as a Math/Stats double major was challenging but rewarding. Although at times the workload was heavy, the personal support and hands on approach by all professors make success achievable.
I love being a statistics major at Misericordia. Not only am I exposed to critical thinking, analytical reasoning and problem solving on all levels, but I am also exposed to statistics in all facets such as sports, business, education, health care, research and development and computer science. Misericordia’s statistics program has given me the opportunity to combine my passion for sports, with a mathematical science and a highly employable degree.
Danielle Clifford '20
B.S. Statistics and Sport Management
VP of the Class of 2020