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Undergraduate Record 2021-2022 
Undergraduate Record 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED RECORD]


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The Bachelor of Science in Statistics prepares students to serve as statistical programmers and data analysts in the public and private sectors. The program provide students with in-depth knowledge and skills to understand data, uncertainty, and natural variation, and use evidence to solve complex problems. Students will develop a deep understanding of the mathematical theories and principles underlying statistical methodology, data analysis and statistical modeling, and the quantification of uncertainty. Students will also gain extensive computational experience with data – image, text, and numeric – and be able to quantify and communicate results to stakeholders. Graduates of the program will be qualified to address the statistics needs of an array of data-rich organizations, from research in the biological sciences to government, health and technology. Graduates also will be well-prepared and competitive for advanced graduate study in statistics and allied disciplines.

Program Requirements

Prerequisites: 9 - 11 credit hours

General Electives: 9 - 11 credit hours

Students will select coursework in data analysis and computation. Students will complete 15 credit hours from the two categories. In consultation with their advisor, students will select an additional course from either category.