Minor in Statistics
A Minor in Statistics can be an excellent complement to a degree in another field, from security policy to marketing to computer programming. The minor program requires 18 hours of core and elective courses, including introductory classes in statistics and programming as well as a Statistical Computing Packages class.
"The Statistics Department offers great courses that complement business degrees, [including] accounting, information systems, marketing and finance. In my job search, I've gotten the impression that prospective employers are impressed by a statistics minor, and that sets me apart from other candidates."
Minor ’03, Statistics
|One of the following introductory courses:|
|STAT 1051||Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics|
|STAT 1053||Introduction to Statistics in Social Science|
|STAT 1111||Business and Economic Statistics I|
|STAT 1127||Statistics for the Biological Sciences|
|Both of the following courses:|
|STAT 2118||Regression Analysis|
|or STAT 2123||Introduction to Econometrics|
|STAT 2183||Intermediate Statistics Lab/Packages|
|or STAT 4197||Fundamentals of SAS Programming for Data Management|
|Three courses (9 credits) of approved Statistics (STAT) courses.|