Undergraduate Degrees and Requirements
Bachelor of Science, Statistics
|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|
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 with Actuarial Science Option
|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|
|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|
|6200:202||Accounting Principles II||3 credits|
|6400:301||Principles of Finance||3 credits|
|6400:415||Risk Management Life & Health Insurance||3 credits|
Note: Graduation requires a minimum of 40 upper-level credits (exclusive of workshops or General Education courses).