- No undergraduate program is available. See “The Graduate School” section for a description of the graduate program.
The Department of Experimental Statistics offers an undergraduate minor in applied statistics. Students take a 12-hour core of statistical methods and theory courses and an additional six hours chosen from a variety of more specialized courses that would best meet individual academic goals. (See the section “Minor Field Requirements” in this chapter for more information.) A minor in applied statistics provides valuable experience in quantitative applications that enhance employment opportunities in a variety of fields as well as preparation for graduate study. Students interested in pursuing a minor in applied statistics are encouraged to declare and contact the department as early in the academic program as possible.
The Master of Applied Statistics offered by this department is designed to acquaint graduate students with the techniques of statistical methods and their application to various fields of specialization. For additional information concerning this program, consult “The Graduate School” section.