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Students should meet with Math Department advisor.
See all the course requirements for Major in Mathematics in the Course Catalog
All minors in mathematical statistics must complete the following core courses:
MTH 201 - Calculus I Credits: 4
MTH 202 - Calculus II Credits: 4
STA 216 - Intermediate Applied Statistics Credits: 3
STA 312 - Probability and Statistics Credits: 3
STA 412 - Mathematical Statistics I Credits: 4
In addition, all mathematical statistics minors must complete one additional course, selected in consultation with a member of the statistics faculty, from the following list:
STA 310 - Introduction to Biostatistics Credits: 3
STA 311 - Introduction to Survey Sampling Credits: 3
STA 313 - Probability and Stochastic Processes Credits: 3
STA 314 - Statistical Quality Methods Credits: 3
STA 315 - Design of Experiments Credits: 3
STA 317 - Nonparametric Statistical Analysis Credits: 3
STA 318 - Statistical Computing Credits: 3
STA 321 - Applied Regression Analysis Credits: 3
STA 419 - Statistics Project Credits: 3
STA 415 - Mathematical Statistics II (Capstone) Credits: 4
STA 416 - Multivariate Data Analysis Credits: 3
Each major in statistics must select an area of application consisting of at least six credits from outside statistics.
Students must meet with their statistics advisor to develop specific plans for their Application Cognates.
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their advisor as soon as their major in statistics is declared.