The minor consists of a minimum of 5 full courses (or the equivalent).
Note: Students must earn minimum grades of C- or P for all courses that apply toward the minor.
Statistics is the science of analyzing data, with these analyses often being based on models that are used to answer questions or reveal underlying relationships. Statistical modeling is applied across many disciplines to model human behavior and natural phenomena and to aid in decision making in the face of uncertainty.
The statistical modeling minor has three tiers - introductory coursework, core intermediate courses, and advanced coursework - and requires that the student be exposed to multiple perspectives on the use of statistical reasoning.
Visit the Statistical Modeling webpage for more information.
Students wishing to complete the statistical modeling minor should consult with a member of the curricular committee and complete the Interdivisional or Arts & Sciences Minor form. The form requires the signature of the committee chair.
Jeffrey Witmer (Mathematics)
See the full list of Statistical Modeling Curricular Committee Members