Minor Program in Statistics
For further information about the Statistics Minor, contact the Minor Coordinator, Weiwen Miao.
Statistics Minor Requirements
The requirements for minoring in statistics are:
- One of the following courses (Introduction to Statistics): Stat203/Econ204/Psyc200/Soci215;
- Stat286 (Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis);
- Math218 (Probability);
- Math215 (Linear Algebra);
- Math121 or Math216 (Multivariable Calculus);
- One of the following:
- Stat328 (Mathematical Statistics)
- Stat396 (Advanced Topics in Probability and Statistics)
- Economics304 (Econometrics)
- Sociology320 (Advanced Quantitative Methods for Sociologists)
Notes:
- A math minor can also be a statistics minor. If a student wants to be a math minor and a statistics minor, the following courses: Stat203, Econ204, Math218, Stat286, Stat328 and Stat396, cannot be counted to satisfy both the math minor and statistics minor.
- A math major can also be a statistics minor. If a student wants to be a math major and a
statistics minor, the following apply:
- Stat203, Econ204 and Stat286 cannot be counted to satisfy both the math major and statistics minor requirement;
- At most one of the following courses can be counted to satisfy both the math major and statistics minor: Math218, Stat328 and Stat396.
- Math majors with economics concentration: If a math major wants to be an econ concentrator and a statistics minor, Math218, Stat286, Stat328 and Stat396 cannot be counted toward both the econ concentration and the statistics minor.
- Economics majors with math concentration:
If an economics major wants to be a math
concentrator and also a statistics minor, the following apply:
- Math218, Stat286, Stat328 and Stat396, cannot be counted to satisfy both the stat minor and the math concentration requirement.
- Econ304 cannot be counted toward statistics minor. (Econ304 is required by economics major.)
Last modified: Mon Oct 22 17:09:45 EDT 2012 by David Lippel.