Undergraduate Degrees and Requirements

Bachelor of Science, Statistics

  • The General Education requirement and the second year of a foreign language.
  • Core Curriculum
3450:221,2,3 Analytic Geometry-Calculus I, II and III 12 credits
3450:312 Linear Algebra   3 credits
3460:209 Computer Science I   4 credits
3470:451, 2 Theoretical Statistics I, II   6 credits
3470:461 Applied Statistics   4 credits
3470:462 Applied Regression and ANOVA   4 credits
3470:480 Statistical Data Management   3 credits
3470:495 Statistical Consulting   2 credits
Total 38 credits
  • For the Bachelor of Science Degree:  Complete nine credits of course work outside the major and beyond the General Education requirements in a suitable area of concentration as approved by the department.

  • At least one 3 credit elective must be an approved Statistics course.

  • Note:  For students intending to go on to graduate school, the following electives are recommended: 3450:421,422 Advanced Calculus I,II. 

Bachelor of Science Statistics/Actuarial Science

  • Core Curriculum
3250:244 Intro to Economic Analysis    3 credits
3470:471 Actuarial Science I    3 credits
3470:472 Actuarial Science II    3 credits
6200:201 Accounting Principles I    3 credits
Total 12 credits
  • Select two of the following
3250:427 Economic Forecasting    3 credits
3450:335 Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations    3 credits
3450:436 Mathematical Models    3 credits
3470:469 Reliability Models    3 credits
Total    6 credits
  • Recommended Concentration
6200:202 Accounting Principles II    3 credits
6400:301 Principles of Finance    3 credits
6400:415 Risk Management Life & Health Insurance    3 credits
Total    9 credits

Note: Graduation requires a minimum of 40 upper-level credits (exclusive of workshops or General Education courses).

Statistics Honors Project

To find out more about your Honors Project requirements, visit the Honors College and review the information on Honors Research Projects

Minor in Statistics

Undergraduate Course Descriptions