Department of Mathematics
Minor in Statistics
Why a Minor in Statistics?
From medical studies to research experiments, from polling organizations to everyday life, data are being collected everywhere and all the time. Statistics is the science and, arguably, also the art of learning from data. Knowledge in statistics provides you with the necessary tools and conceptual foundations in quantitative reasoning to extract information intelligently from this sea of data. We invite you to explore the beauty of statistics with us! Our department is an exciting, friendly, and supportive environment where you can find a strong sense of community among our faculty and students.
The minor requires 19 units in Mathematics/Statistics that include a minimum of six units of residential mathematics classes.
- Four required courses: MATH 70 (or 75), MATH 101 (or 107 or 102), MATH 105, MATH 106
Two elective courses from: MATH 107, MATH 108, MATH 109, MATH 191T (approved statistics-related), one course selected from the following list: PSYCH 143, PSYCH 144, SOC 125, ME 125, ECE 125, AGBS 105, DS 135, ECON 123, CSCI 154, CSCI 164, and CSCI 168.
A flyer with this information is available: Statistics Minor Information Flyer
- The Mathematics Department will maintain a list of approved courses. The Statistics Minor also requires a 2.0 GPA and 6 upper-division units in residence.
- Courses in a major cannot be applied toward a minor unless designated as additional requirements.
- Students earning the B.S. in Mathematics – Statistics Option cannot earn the Statistics Minor.
- All courses in the minor must be taken for a letter grade. CR/NC grading is not acceptable.
- All courses taken to fulfill minor requirements must be completed with a grade of C or better.
- A minor may be earned only at the time a student earns the first baccalaureate degree.
We also offer a Minor in Mathematics!
For information on this, please check out Minor in Mathematics.
How to add a minor:
Please go to the Advising and Resources Center (ARC), located in the Science I building, room 136 or please call 278-4150.
*Due to COVID-19, the CSM ARC will be meeting with students via ZOOM. Please visit their website to schedule an appointment.