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Bachelor of Science in Statistics

Preparation for the major (24 units)

Math 150 and 151 must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better, and cannot be taken for credit/no credit (Cr/NC).  

All of the following
  • Math 150 - Calculus I (4 units)
  • Math 151 - Calculus II (4 units)
  • Math 245 - Discrete Mathematics (3 units)
  • Math 252 - Calculus III (4 units)
  • Math 254 - Intro to Linear Algebra (3 units)
  • CS 107 - Introduction to Computer Programming (3 units)
  • Stat 250 - Statistical Principles and Practices (3 units)
One of the following
  • Stat 119 - Elementary Statistics for Business (3 units)
  • Stat 250 - Statistical Principles and Practices (3 units)

Major (36+ units)

A minimum of 36 upper division units selected with approval of the departmental adviser before starting upper division work.  

All of the following
  • Stat 350A -  Statistical Methods (3 units)
  • Stat 350B -  Statistical Methods (3 units)
  • Stat 410 - R Programming and Data Science (3 units)
  • Stat 551A - Probability and Mathematical Statistics (3 units)
  • Stat 551B - Probability and Mathematical Statistics (3 units)
  • 12 units of electives in statistics, mathematics and computer science
    (excluding Mathematics 302, 303, 312, 313, 314, 414)
At least 9 units from the following
  • Stat 325 - SAS Programming and Data Management (3 units)
  • Stat 496 - Experimental Topics (3 units)
  • Stat 520 -  Applied Multivariate Analysis (3 units)
  • Stat 560 - Sample Surveys (3 units)
  • Stat 575 - Actuarial Modeling (3 units)
  • Stat 580 - Statistical Computing (3 units)
  • Stat 596 - Advanced Topics in Statistics (3 units)

Other requirements

Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement.
Passing the Writing Placement Assessment with a score of 10 or completing one of the approved upper division writing courses (W) with a grade of C (2.0) or better. See “Graduation Requirements” section for a complete listing of requirements.

Master Plan.
A master plan of the courses taken to fulfill the major must be approved by the adviser and filed with the major department.

Adviser
 
Headshot: Barbara Bailey
 
Barbara Bailey
Associate Professor
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