Undergraduate Area of Emphasis in Mathematical Statistics

An area of emphasis in statistics opens a window of job opportunities in the business, government, industry, and health sectors, and provides a sound preparation for further studies in statistics. The area of emphasis is open to mathematics and applied mathematics majors.

Requirements

Area of Emphasis in Mathematical Statistics
Core courses (27 hours)
  • Math 229 - Calculus 1 (5 hours)
  • Math 230 - Calculus 2 (4 hours)
  • Math 231 - Calculus 3 (4 hours)
  • Math 300 - Introduction to Higher Mathematics (4 hours)
  • Math 331 - Linear Algebra (3 hours)
  • Math 445 - Probability and Statistics 1 (3 hours)
  • Math 446 - Probability and Statistics 2 (3 hours)
Elective courses (9 hours)
Choose three courses from the following:
  • Math 325 - Survey Sampling Methods (3 hours)
  • Math 326 - Applied Statistical Methods (3 hours)
  • Math 412 - Regression Analysis (3 hours)
  • Math 413 - Experimental Designs (3 hours)
  • Math 420 - Nonparametric Methods (3 hours)
  • Math 422 - Time Series Forecasting (3 hours)
  • Math 464 - Statistical Computing (3 hours)
  • Math 466 - Stochastic Processes (3 hours)

Students pursuing a major in pure mathematics or applied mathematics may also pursue an area of emphasis in mathematical statistics; additional coursework may be required. The area of emphasis in mathematical statistics is not intended for students pursuing a major in statistics.

This page is an unofficial summary of degree requirements. The official requirements are described in the most current Undergraduate Catalog. Students should consult their advisor when deciding on a plan of study.

 
 
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