Statistics Minor

The department offers a minor in statistics. This minor was created due to the dramatic growth in the AP Statistics program and the recognition that many fields can benefit from effective data analysis. The minor requires 21 hours of mathematics as follows:
Required core courses:

  • MATH 241 Statistics (4 hours)
  • PSYC 331 Basic Research and Statistics (4 hours) 

Required Supporting course:

  • MATH 147 Calculus I (4 hours) 

At least 3 courses (9 hours) selected from the following list, at least one course (3 hours) must be outside of the student’s major:

BSNS 440 Market Research
MATH 465 Probability and Mathematical Statistics
MATH/PSYC 4XX Introduction to Biostatistics and Epidemiology
PSYC 332 Advanced Research Statistics
PSYC 433 Quantitative Research project (1-3 hours)
MATH 330 Regression and Time Series or ECON 342 Intermediate Economic Statistics