Concentration In Statistics

A Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics consists of a minimum of 34 hours of mathematics and statistics courses including MATH 1241, 1242, 2241, 2242, 2164, 3688, 3689, STAT 2122, STAT 2223 and STAT 3110. Upper level courses must include three courses from STAT 3140, 3150, 3160, and 4116. Optionally, STAT 2122/STAT 2223 may be replaced by STAT 3122/STAT 3123 or by STAT 3128/STAT 3123.

A Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics consists of a minimum of 40 hours of mathematics and statistics courses including MATH 1241, 1242, 2241, 2242, 2164, 3688, 3689; STAT 2122 and STAT 3110. Upper level courses must include MATH 3141, STAT 3122, 3123, and any three courses from STAT 3140, 3150, 3160, and 4116.

Both programs require  ITCS 1212+L and either an approved minor or 18 hours of  related coursework outside the Mathematics Department that is approved by a mathematics advisor.