Emphasis in Mathematical Statistics

The Area of Emphasis in Mathematical 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. 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 Mathematical Statistics.

 

Core Courses for an Area of Emphasis in Mathematical Statistics

 
Course Number Course Title Credit Hours
Math 229 Calculus 1 5
Math 230 Calculus 2 4
Math 231 Calculus 3 4
Math 300 Introduction to Higher Mathematics 4
Math 331 Linear Algebra 3
Math 445 Probability and Statistics 1 3
Math 446 Probability and Statistics 2 3
Total Credit Hours 26

Elective Courses for an Area of Emphasis in Mathematical Statistics

 
Choose three courses from the following, for a total of 9 credit hours:
Course Number Course Title Credit Hours
Math 325 Survey Sampling Methods 3
Math 326 Applied Statistical Methods 3
Math 412 Regression Analysis 4
Math 413 Experimental Designs 3
Math 420 Nonparametric Methods 3
Math 422 Time Series Forecasting 3
Math 464 Statistical Computing 3
Math 466 Stochastic Processes 3

 

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.

 

Contact us regarding Mathematics Undergraduate Degrees:

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Dr. Anna Mummert
Assistant Chair for Undergraduate Studies
Office: 719 Smith Hall