BS in Mathematics - Statistics Emphasis
For the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in mathematics with emphasis in statistics:
|Complete all courses in Group R 1
|Select one course in Group C 1
|Select 12 additional credit hours of courses in Group B which must include one of the following sequences 1
|Statistical Methods I
and Statistical Methods II
|Theory of Statistics I
and Theory of Statistics II
|Select one additional course from Group B or C 1
|Total Credit Hours
A list of courses in each group can be found at the beginning of the Mathematics section.
Bachelor of Science candidates must have a higher algorithmic computer language. MATH 451 is strongly recommended. Students under this option may select statistics courses from other departments with the approval of the department of mathematics, statistics and physics.
For students who are contemplating graduate work, it is highly recommended that they include MATH 613, MATH 547 and MATH 640 in their program, along with courses in one or more of French, German or Russian.
Students in the BS in mathematics – statistics emphasis program are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the program. The requirement can be met by completing one of the following:
- The student completes a thesis.
- The student attends a conference and presents at least a poster.
- The student performs outreach in the local school district.
- The student does a presentation in a venue involving members of the community, such as the Science Expo at Keeper of the Plains, or through participation in Math Circle, or Pi Mu Epsilon, or Math Awareness.
- The student carries out a research project followed by a seminar presentation.