The Department of Statistical Science has three undergraduate programs: the B.S. in Statistics, a secondary major in Statistics, and the minor in Statistics.
B.S. in Statistics
The Department of Statistical Science began offering the B.S. in Statistics in Fall 2006 and the minor in Statistics in Fall 2007. These degrees are intended to provide the students with the necessary background into both the theory and application of statistics as it is used in today’s society. The major is intended for those students who either want to seek employment with the B. S. degree or continue towards their advanced degrees. The minor will most likely be taken by students who intend to enter graduate school in an area other than statistics.
Requirements for Major in Statistics
27 semester hours including the following:
- STA 3381, 3386, 4382, 4385, 4386, 43C9
- 9 semester hours of additional Statistics courses at the "2000-4000" level
- A grade of "C" or better in courses used for the major.
Required courses in other fields:
- MTH 1321, 1322, 2311, 2321
- 1 course to be selected from CSI 1401, CSI 1430, or STA 2450
8 semester hours of science courses with associated labs chosen from BIO, CHE, ENV, GEO, NSC, or PHY. Each course must apply to a major in its department. Select from: BIO