Undergraduate Minor

Statistics is the science of making informed decisions from data and is crucial to the study of many fields, such as agriculture, biology, chemistry, business, economics, finance, health sciences, mathematics, psychology, sociology, and criminal justice - just to name a few. No matter your major(s), additional study in Statistics can help you reach your goals, by providing you with the necessary statistical knowledge and skills for making informed decisions from data in your field(s) of study. Earning the minor can make you more marketable for internships and job openings and for admission to graduate school in your discipline.

To earn the minor in Statistics, you will need to complete:

The specific courses chosen to fulfill the requirements of the minor will depend on your major(s) and interests. Your academic advisor(s) and professors in your major(s) can assist you in selecting appropriate electives. In choosing courses to complete your minor, please make sure to pay close attention to course prerequisites and the requirements for university minors.