An undergraduate major in statistics is offered through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Students planning to major in statistics should have a strong interest in mathematics and some interest in computing. A student majoring in statistics can also work toward a minor in Actuarial Science. All students who wish to major in statistics should consult a departmental adviser early in their program.
For a student to be on-track for the undergraduate Statistics program, the following should be completed by the end of the fourth (Fall/Spring) semester:
1. Satisfactory completion of MAC 2311-2312 (Analytical Geometry and Calculus I & II) (or equivalent).
2. The above courses must be completed with a minimum 2.5 average with no grade below C.
3. All attempts of MAC 2311-2312 are calculated and these courses must be successfully completed within two attempts.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or College of Agricultural and Life Sciences