The availability of sophisticated, inexpensive technology has resulted in numerous data sets pertinent to life science, physical science, social science, engineering, and business. As a result, students who bolster their knowledge of statistical methods and theory will enhance their career options. The coursework for this degree will introduce students to probability and statistical theory as well as a variety of statistical-analysis techniques.
Select six hours of 300- and 400-level STAT courses or ENGR 436.
Students who are also seeking a mathematics major/minor or mathematics teaching major/minor must take at least six credit hours that are unique to the statistics minor. STAT 436 cannot be used as an upper-level math elective.