Statistics Undergraduate Programs

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Statistics will prepare students for careers in business, industry, or government, and for further graduate study in statistics or in a related area. Students with strong interest in computing in addition to statistics might also consider the combined degree in Statistics and Computer Science or the certificate in Computational science and Engineering. We also offer a Minor in Statistics for students in other fields of study to enhance their knowledge of statistical computation, theory of mathematical statistics, and many common techniques of statistical analysis.


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Statistics Ambassadors

  • Statistics Ambassadors are current students who represent the Department of Statistics and our undergraduate programs in various capacities. Ambassadors are declared Statistics or Stat&CS majors who have strong academic backgrounds, demonstrate an understanding of the statistics curriculum, and show engagement with the Department, the College, and the campus more broadly.

Undergraduate Research

  • Undergraduate Research Experience in Statistics (URES) provides undergraduate statistics students an opportunity to participate in a research experience with faculty.

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