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Statistics - Minor in Statistics


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The minor in Statistics is for students with some prior experience with statistics and computing who would like a deeper understanding of data and statistics.  This minor assumes prior experience with statistics and computing before declaring, allows more student flexibility for a combination of theory and analytics, and includes only STAT courses.  

Requirements for Minor in Statistics


The minor in Statistics requires two core courses and three restricted elective courses. In total the minor in Statistics requires 15 credit hours, plus prerequisite courses. There are two lists of restricted elective courses, those that focus on data analysis and those that are more computational. Of the three restricted elective courses, at least one must be taken from the Data Analysis list. A grade of C- or higher is required for all prerequisite and minor courses.

Prerequisites:


Students must have completed all prerequisite courses to declare the minor. Students may use AP credit to meet the prerequisite requirements.

Core Courses:


Restricted Electives:


The Data Analysis restricted electives and the Computational restricted electives are listed below. Students must take three restricted electives, with at least one from the Data Analysis list.