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The Statistics minor is designed for students who wish to apply advanced statistical skills to a career in engineering, physics, business, or biological science.
Students will learn statistical computation, theory, and analysis.
A total of six courses are required based upon the below outline.
|Calculus Sequence: Select one of the following sequences:||12-18|
|CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS I|
|CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS II|
|CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS III|
|CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS I|
|CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS II|
|CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS III|
|CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES I|
|CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES II|
|CALCULUS III WITH DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS|
Sequence Five: 1
|SUMMER CALCULUS I|
|SUMMER CALCULUS II|
|MAT 341||STATISTICAL METHODS USING SAS||4|
|or MAT 348||APPLIED STATISTICAL METHODS|
|MAT 349||APPLIED PROBABILITY||4|
|or MAT 351||PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I|
|Select two of the following:||8|
|SAMPLE SURVEY METHODS|
|DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS|
|APPLIED REGRESSION ANALYSIS|
|APPLIED TIME SERIES AND FORECASTING|
|GENERALIZED LINEAR MODELS|
|INDEPENDENT STUDY 2|
This Calculus sequence is offered only during the summer, in two 6-credit hour courses. Students successfully completing MAT 131, MAT 147, MAT 150 or MAT 160 should enroll in MAT 155; students who successfully complete MAT 148, MAT 151 or MAT 161 should enroll in MAT 156. Students who successfully complete MAT 155 may enroll in either MAT 151 or MAT 156.
Must be an internship course.
In general, mathematics students cannot earn a minor in the same academic program as their major. A minor in Statistics, however, can be earned if the student's major is one of the following:
- BS Actuarial Science
- BS Mathematics & Computer Science
- BA/BS Mathematics, with a concentration in:
- Actuarial Science
- Applied Computational Mathematics
- Financial Mathematics
- Individualized Concentration (with prior approval of the department chair)
- Pure Mathematics