Each student pursuing the statistics minor is assigned a minor advisor, appointed by the Program Director, in consultation with the student and faculty. Statistics (STAT) courses are selected in consultation with the advisor to represent a cohesive curricula that considers the student's mathematical background and relates to the student's educational and career goals.
|Choose one course in calculus:||3-4|
|QR: Fundamentals of Calculus I|
|QR: Calculus I|
|Total of fifteen credits of statistics courses including:||15|
|One introductory statistics course selected from the following: 1||3|
|QR:Basic Statistical Methods 1|
|QR: Statistics for Engineering|
|QR: Statistical Methods I|
|One intermediate statistics course selected from the following:||3|
|QR:Basic Statistical Methods 2|
|QR: Statistical Methods II|
|Computing/programming requirement: 2||3|
|QR:Stat Computing&Data Anlysis (Recommended)|
EC 170 may substitute for the introductory statistics course requirement and may count toward the fifteen required credits of statistics coursework.
Students may fill the computing/programming requirement with an approved CS programming course, such as CS 020 or CS 021. A CS programming course meets the computing/programming requirement for the statistics minor, but does not count toward the required fifteen credits of statistics course work.
Ineligible Majors: Statistics major in CEMS (within B.S. Mathematical Sciences degree); Statistics Concentration in CAS (within Mathematics major)