Jun 03, 2023  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Statistics Concentration


Concentration Requirements


Thesis Option


Additional Admission Requirements


In addition to the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics has the following requirements:

  1. A baccalaureate degree in mathematics, statistics, or its equivalent.
  2. Courses in mathematics equivalent to:

Degree Requirements


Graduate-Level Courses (24 Hours)

Twenty-four hours of graduate-level courses (exclusive of 8999 courses). The following courses are required:
Additional Statistics Courses (12 Hours)

Twelve additional hours of Statistics courses at the 8000-level, from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Graduate-Level Coursework (6 Hours)

Six additional hours of graduate-level coursework from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics or in a related field selected in consultation with an adviser, and approved by the Director of Graduate Studies. The courses listed as Additional Admission Requirements in section 2 above and other 6000-level Statistics courses are excluded.
Thesis Research

A minimum of six hours of
Additional Requirements

  1. A thesis
  2. A thesis defense

Non-Thesis Option


Additional Admission Requirements


In addition to the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics have the following requirements:

  1. A baccalaureate degree in mathematics, statistics or its equivalent
  2. Courses in mathematics equivalent to:

Degree Requirements


Graduate-Level Courses (36 Hours)

Thirty-six hours of graduate-level courses (exclusive of 8999 courses). The following courses are required
Additional Statistics Courses

Eighteen additional hours of Statistics courses at the 8000-level from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Graduate-Level Coursework

Twelve additional hours of graduate-level coursework. At least six of these from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and at most six hours in a related field selected in consultation with an adviser and approved by the Director of Graduate Studies. The courses listed as Additional Admission Requirements in section 2 above and other 6000-level statistics courses are excluded.
Additional Three Hours

At most three hours of the 36 can be in
Additional Requirements:

A research paper or written report of a laboratory experience. This requirement can be satisfied by taking STAT 8820  Research.