Professionals in many fields use statistical procedures regularly. Decisions based on numerical information or data, if the data are collected and analyzed properly, are typically better decisions. The minor in applied statistics was designed to give students additional statistical tools and a better understanding of statistical reasoning.
The minor in applied statistics requires 16 credits, consisting of the following courses. Please note that the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences maintains the Authoritative Statement of Degree Requirements (major sheet). The information provided here is for student convenience only. The official requirements should be downloaded using the link above.
- STAT 1000 (Applied Statistical Methods). Acceptable substitutes include STAT 1100 (Statistics and Probability for Business Management), ENGR 0020 (Probability and Statistics for Engineers 1), and STAT 0200 (Basic Applied Statistics).
- STAT 1221 (Applied Regression)
- Three additional courses from STAT 12XX through 17XX, excluding STAT 1223