Statistics is basic to quantitative research in the biological, physical, and social sciences. Because its methods are based on mathematics, it requires a thorough understanding of mathematical methods as well as an appreciation of scientific methods, computation, and practical problems.

The Bachelor of Science in Statistics is an interdisciplinary program offered for students who intend to pursue an advanced degree, or who are planning careers as statisticians in industry, business, government, or scientific research.

To give the students both breath and depth and to introduce the student to a variety of fields where statistics may be applied, we offer three emphases for the degree: science, business, and economics.

#### 42 units: Required Core Courses

Course | Description | Units | Offered |

CSC 210 CSC 309 |
Introduction to Computer Programming or Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers |
3 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 226 | Calculus I | 4 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 227 | Calculus II | 4 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 228 | Caculus III | 4 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 301 | Exploration of Proof (GWAR) | 3 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 325 | Linear Algebra | 3 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 338 | Introduction to SAS | 3 | Fall |

MATH 440 | Probability and Statistics I | 3 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 441 | Probability and Statistics II | 3 | Spring |

MATH 424 | Linear Models | 3 | Fall |

MATH 442 | Probability Models | 3 | Fall |

MATH 447 | Design and Analysis of Experiments | 3 | Fall |

MATH 448 | Statistical Learning & Data Mining | 3 | Spring |

MATH 449 | Categorical Data Analysis | 3 | Spring |

Total Core | 45 | ||

One area of emphasis (Business, Economics, or Science) | 9 | ||

Total Units for the major | 54 |

#### 9 units: Emphasis in Science

*3 upper-division or graduate courses with advisor's approval* *(partial list of possible choices)*

Course | Description | Units | Offered |

MATH 370 | Real Analysis | 3 | |

MATH 376 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 | |

MATH 400 | Numerical Analysis | 3 | Spring |

MATH 430 | Mathematics of Optimization | 3 | Every Other Fall |

MATH 460 | Mathematical Modeling | 3 | Fall |

MATH 490 | Nonparametric Statistics | 3 | |

MATH 490 | Introduction to Time Series | 3 | |

MATH 490 | Sampling Surveys | 3 | |

MATH 490 | Multivariate Data Analysis | 3 | |

MATH 490 | Mathematical Seminar | 3 | |

MATH 491 | Game Theory | 3 | Fall |

#### 9 units: Emphasis in Economics

*3 upper-division or graduate courses with advisor's approval* *(partial list of possible choices)*

Course | Description | Units | Offered |

ECON 301 | Intermediate Microeconomics Theory | 3 | |

ECON 302 | Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory | 3 | |

ECON 312 | Introduction to Econometrics | 3 | |

ECON 601 | Applied Microeconomics | 3 | |

ECON 616 | Experimental Economics and Games Theory | 3 | |

ECON 715 | Mathematical Economics | 3 | |

ECON 731 | Econometric Theory | 3 | |

ECON 825 | Applied Time Series Econometrics | 3 |

#### 9 units: Emphasis in Business

*3 upper-division or graduate courses with advisor's approval* *(partial list of possible choices)*

Course | Description | Units | Offered |

DS 408 | Computer Simulation | 3 | |

DS 412 | Operation Management | 3 | |

DS 604 | Applied Business Forcasting | 3 | |

DS 612 | Data Mining with Business Applications | 3 | |

DS 851 | Computer Simulation and Decision Making | 3 | |

DS 853 | Seminar in Data Analysis | 3 | |

BUS 776 | Data Analysis for Managers | 3 | |

BUS 786 | Operation Analysis | 3 | |

ISYS 363 | Information System for Management | 3 | |

ISYS 463 | Information Systems Analysis and Design | 3 | |

ISYS 464 | Managing Enterprise Data | 3 | |

ISYS 650 | Business Intelligence | 3 |

CR/NC grades are not acceptable in courses required for the mathematics major or minor program.

If you have any questions regarding the Statistics BS, please contact Dr. Mohammad Kafai.