Statistics Course Requirements
The statistics major consists of at least 41 credit hours, as follows:
|MATH 120C||P4 Calculus I (4)|
|MATH 122C||P4 Calculus II (4)|
|MATH 232||Linear Algebra (3)|
|MATH 301||SQ Mathematical Statistics I (3)|
|MATH 302||Mathematical Statistics II (3)|
|MATH 410||Probability Models (3)|
|STAT 210||Regression Analysis (3)|
|STAT 220||Experimental Design (3)|
|STAT 390||Special Topics in Statistics (3)|
|STAT 490||Field Experience (3)|
|Choose three:||CSCI 161 Foundations of Computer Science I (3)|
|ECON 314 Introduction to Econometrics (3)|
|MATH 221C Calculus III (4)|
|MATH 260 Applied Mathematical Statistics (3)|
|STAT/ECON 222 Nonparametric Statistics (3)|
|STAT 270 Meta-Analysis (3)|
|STAT 330 Sample Survey Methods (3)|
|STAT 345 Exploratory Data Analysis (3)|
|STAT 375 Data Analysis and Statistical Computing (3)|
|STAT 496 Independent Study (3)|
*Students may substitute a course not listed for a required statistics elective with the approval of the major advisor.
For students majoring in statistics, all courses that are required or may be used as electives for the major are included in the determination of the grade point average in the major.
At least 21 of the required 41 credits (one half of the major) must be completed in residence at St. John Fisher College.
Since the statistics major is completed as part of a Bachelor of Arts degree, a minor or second major is required. A statistics major may NOT minor in mathematics.