The curriculum in statistics includes a firm foundation in mathematics and computer science, in addition to coursework in statistical theory and methodology. The nature of statistical work is to design and analyze research projects through the application of the principles of mathematics, computer science, and statistics. The student who wishes to make valid inferences from empirical data will find the field of statistics fascinating and rewarding.

Students must complete all program requirements, including approved electives, with a grade of ā€œCā€ or better.

Freshman Year – Fall Semester

Class Credit Hours
ECON 1010 – Macroeconomics 3
ENGL 1010 – English I: Composition 3
MATH 2200 – Calculus I 4
Constitutional Requirements 3
Freshman Foundations 1
Physical Education Activity 1
Total Credit Hours: 15

Freshman Year – Spring Semester

Class Credit Hours
ECON 1020 – Microeconomics 3
ENGL 2020 – Introduction to Literature 3
MATH 2205 – Calculus II 5
STAT 2050 – Fundamentals of Statistics 4
Total Credit Hours: 15

Sophomore Year – Fall Semester

Class Credit Hours
ACCT 1010 – Principles of Accounting I 3
MATH 2210 – Calculus III 5
Arts & Humanities 3
Lab Science I 4
Total Credit Hours: 15

Sophomore Year – Spring Semester

Class Credit Hours
ACCT 1020 – Principles of Accounting II 3
BADM 2010 – Business Law I 3
CO/M 2010 – Public Speaking 3
IMGT 2400 – Introduction to Information Management 3
MATH 2250 – Elementary Linear Algebra or MATH 2310 – Differential Equations 3
Outcomes Assessment: Departmental Exam
Total Credit Hours: 15