Statistics - Minor

Interdisciplinary by design, this minor will consist of courses offered in the Mathematical Sciences Department in conjunction with course offerings from other departments/programs such as biology, economics, psychology, or public health.  With broad applications, this minor will help train students in statistical literacy and statistical thinking – critical skills needed for research, data analysis, and interpretation, as well as informed decision-making within any field of study.

This minor is offered in the College for Women only. 


Required courses:
Select one of the following:4
Statistical Analysis for Decision Making
Statistical Methods in Psychology
Statistical Analysis with Corequisite
Statistical Analysis
STAT 2090Statistical Modeling4
STAT 3090Predictive Analysis4
STAT 4000Research Practicum4
Select one of the following: 14
STAT 3010
Experimental Design
STAT 3020
Survey Design
Quantitative Impact Evaluation: Applied Research Skills
Research Methods in Psychology
Total Credits20

Or other courses approved by the division chair.