Statistics Minor

Contact Info

Department of Statistics

Nguyen Engineering Building, 1705
4400 University Drive, MS 4A7
Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone: 703-993-1700

Email: statistics@gmu.edu

A minor in Statistics gives students a background in the theory and application of statistical methodology.  It is intended to complement undergraduate degree programs in the Volgenau School of Engineering and the College of Science.

Program Requirements

2015-2016 Academic Year

The minor in Statistics provides students with a background in the theory and application of statistical methodology.  It is intended to complement undergraduate degree programs in the Volgenau School and the College of Science, especially those programs that require MATH 113MATH 114, and STAT 344 as a part of the major requirements.

To be admitted to the minor, students must have completed MATH 113 and MATH 114 with a grade of C or better.

Minor Requirements

The minor in Statistics requires 15 credit hours of course work.  Grades of C or better are required in all courses.  At least 8 credits must be in courses not required by the student's major.

Core Requirements (12 credits)

Note:

STAT 346 and a course in statistics, such as STAT 250, can be substituted for the STAT 344 core requirement.

Elective (3 credits)

 One course chosen from:

Total: 15 credits

Opportunities

The minor in statistics provides students with a background in the theory and application of statistical methodology.  It is intended to complement undergraduate degree programs in the Volgenau School and the College of Science.

This information is being provided here for your planning purposes only. For official catalog information, please refer instead to the official George Mason University Catalog Website at http://catalog.gmu.edu.
This information is being provided here for your planning purposes only. For official catalog information, please refer instead to the official George Mason University Catalog Website at http://catalog.gmu.edu.
This information is being provided here for your planning purposes only. For official catalog information, please refer instead to the official George Mason University Catalog Website at http://catalog.gmu.edu.