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Minor in Applied Statistics

The Minor in Applied Statistics is open to all majors in the University. All students pursuing the Minor in Applied Statistics must complete 18 semester credit hours.

  1. 6 semester credit hours of required courses from one of the following four sets of sequences:

    1. STA  1403  Probability and Statistics for the Biosciences

      STA  1993  Biostatistics
      or
      STA  3003  Applied Statistics

    2. PSY  2073  Statistics for Psychology

      PSY  3013  Psychological Measurement
      or
      POL  2703  Scope and Methods in Political Science

    3. MS   1023  Business Statistics with Computer Applications I
      MS   3043  Business Statistics with Computer Applications II

    4. STA  3003  Applied Statistics

      and one of the following:
      CS    3333  Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
      STA  2303  Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers
      STA  3513  Probability and Statistics
      STA  3533  Probability and Random Processes

  2. 12 semester credit hours selected from the following list of courses:

    STA  3013  Multivariate Analysis for the Life and Social Sciences
    STA  3313  Experiments and Sampling
    STA  3433  Applied Nonparametric Statistics
    STA  3813  Discrete Data Analysis
    STA  4133  Introduction to Programming and Data Management in SAS
    STA  4143  Data Mining
    STA  4233  Statistical Applications Using SAS Software
    STA  4713  Applied Regression Analysis
    STA  4723  Introduction to the Design of Experiments
    STA  4753  Time-Series Analysis

    STA  4803  Statistical Quality Control
    or
    MS   4363  Quality Management and Control

    STA  4903  Applied Survival Analysis
    STA  4953  Special Studies in Statistics

To declare a Minor in Applied Statistics, obtain advice, and seek approval of substitutions for course requirements, students must consult the College of Business Undergraduate Advising Center or the designated Statistics faculty member.


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