# Statistics Option

M 171Q | Calculus I | 4 |

M 172Q | Calculus II | 4 |

M 221 | Introduction to Linear Algebra | 3 |

M 242 | Methods of Proof | 3 |

M 273Q | Multivariable Calculus | 4 |

M 333 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

or M 441 | Numerical Linear Algebra & Optimization | |

STAT 217Q | Intermediate Statistical Concepts (Preferred and requires STAT 216Q as a prerequisite) | 3 |

or STAT 332 | Statistics for Scientists and Engineers | |

STAT 408 | Statistical Computing and Graphical Analysis | 3 |

STAT 411 | Methods for Data Analysis I | 3 |

STAT 412 | Methods for Data Analysis II | 3 |

STAT 421 | Probability Theory | 3 |

STAT 422 | Mathematical Statistics | 3 |

STAT 441 | Experimental Design | 3 |

STAT 446 | Sampling | 3 |

Choose four from the following: | 12 | |

Nonparametric Statistics | ||

Introduction to Time Series Analysis | ||

Introduction to Applied Multivariate Analysis | ||

Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis | ||

Mixed Effects Models | ||

Undergraduate Research | ||

Special Topics | ||

Other courses approved by an advisor may be substitutes. At least one science must have a lab. | ||

Total Credits | 57 |

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above. Core 2.0 must be completed for graduation. The following is a typical program of study:

Freshman Year | Credits | |
---|---|---|

Fall | Spring | |

CLS 101US - Knowledge and Community or COM 110US - | 3 | |

M 171Q - Calculus I | 4 | |

University Core and Electives | 8 | |

WRIT 101W - College Writing I | 3 | |

M 172Q - Calculus II | 4 | |

University Core and Electives | 9 | |

Year Total: | 15 | 16 |

Sophomore Year | Credits | |

Fall | Spring | |

M 273Q - Multivariable Calculus | 4 | |

M 242 - Methods of Proof | 3 | |

STAT 217Q - Intermediate Statistical Concepts or STAT 332 - Statistics for Scientists and Engineers | 3 | |

Science Electives | 4 | |

M 221 - Introduction to Linear Algebra | 3 | |

STAT 408 - Statistical Computing and Graphical Analysis | 3 | |

Science Electives | 3 | |

University Core and Electives | 6 | |

Year Total: | 14 | 15 |

Junior Year | Credits | |

Fall | Spring | |

M 333 - Linear Algebra or M 441 - Numerical Linear Algebra & Optimization | 3 | |

STAT 411 - Methods for Data Analysis I | 3 | |

STAT 446 - Sampling | 3 | |

Science Electives | 3 | |

University Core and Electives | 3 | |

STAT 412 - Methods for Data Analysis II | 3 | |

STAT 441 - Experimental Design | 3 | |

Science Electives | 3 | |

University Core and Electives | 6 | |

Year Total: | 15 | 15 |

Senior Year | Credits | |

Fall | Spring | |

STAT 421 - Probability Theory | 3 | |

Math or Stat Elect (See List Above) | 6 | |

University Core and Electives | 6 | |

STAT 422 - Mathematical Statistics | 3 | |

Math or Stat Elect (See List Above) | 6 | |

University Core and Electives | 6 | |

Year Total: | 15 | 15 |

Total Program Credits: | 120 |

### Actuary Profession Bound Students

Actuary profession-bound students are advised to take STAT 421 and STAT 422 during the junior year in order to be prepared for the actuarial exams given during the senior year. For further guidance, see the Actuary Advisor in the Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, 2-214 Wilson Hall.