Statisticians analyze data to glean meaningful information. You'll learn linear algebra and calculus as well as the fundamentals of probability theory, data analysis, and how to use computing and communication in a statistical context. A statistics degree prepares you for a future in a world where organizations and institutions need to hire people who can make sense of vast amounts of data.The Statistics program in the Faculty of Science is administered by the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science. You can start this program at the Surrey campus.
The Master's degree in Statistics may be earned via one of three routes: Thesis - thesis and a minimum of 15 credit hours of approved coursework with at least 9 credit hours at the 7000 level Practicum - practicum plus a minimum of 15 credit hours of approved coursework with at least 9 credit hours at the 7000 level Coursework - a minimum of 24 credit hours of approved coursework with at least 18 credit hours at the 7000 level Students are also expected to take part in laboratory instruction.
The Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science offers work leading to a degree in Statistics at the master’s level.
Auburn University offers a graduate academic minor in Statistics administered by the Graduate School in cooperation with the Statistics Coordinating Committee and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The objective of the minor is to provide education and training for students whose graduate research includes a substantial amount of statistical methodology and/or data analysis. Students are required to complete 12 hours of graduate level statistics course work and demonstrate the ability to apply statistical methodology to problems in research.
Statistics coursework acquaints students with the role played in the modern world by probabilistic and statistical ideas and methods. Students grow familiar with both the theory and the application of techniques in common use as they are trained in statistical research. The flexibility of the undergraduate program allows students to concentrate on theoretical or applied training, or they may link their studies in statistics to work in other related departments.
STATISTICS is a minor designed around an understanding of quantitative data analysis, including published studies that use statistical methods. Students complete their own major research projects with significant statistical components, from conceptualization, through analysis and implementation, and finally communicating their results.
Statistics is the science of finding meaning in data. Statisticians work with people from a variety of fields to solve problems with analysis – and to present the findings well. Statistics allows you to work in many different areas of science, medicine, business, and other industries. Students who excel in the field of statistics typically have strong quantitative skills, analytical minds, and like to help people solve problems. CSU offers a small department with ample opportunities for internships. With the growing prevalence of big data and the focus on quantitative analysis, there is a high demand for graduates with a statistics major or minor.
Today, data are pervasive in the physical and biological sciences, technology, healthcare, and business. Making valid conclusions, predictions and decisions based on data is statistics.
Major, Minor Statistics plays an important role throughout society, providing methodologies for making advances in medicine, genetics and other research arenas and for making decisions in business and public policy. At GW, students learn the reasoning and methods for analyzing and understanding data. They also explore how those skills can be applied to develop new initiatives. Statistics is one of the natural, mathematical and biomedical sciences programs in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
This is an exciting time for the field of statistics, as the ubiquity of data and the rise of computational power are changing our understanding of the world. It’s an exciting time for our department as well: in the last year we have hired four new professors, had a colleague win a teaching award, and seen our graduate students and our faculty win research honors and land major grants. Our faculty work on problems from high dimensional data to time series to foundations of statistics and probability. Our undergraduate program enrolls some six thousand students each year and has over 320 majors in statistics and statistics/mathematics. There are 52 students in our doctoral program and over two hundred students in our three masters programs of Statistics, Financial Statistics & Risk Management, and Data Science. Our Undergraduate Pages and Graduate Pages describe the offerings in the department. Welcome.
Statistics is the applied science of making decisions from data. The curriculum emphasizes the use of probability modeling to design efficient data collection schemes and to extract the maximum information from resulting data, using state-of-the-art computer software. In addition to a solid set of courses in statistics, students take supporting courses in mathematics, computer science, and technical writing and are encouraged to pursue a minor in science-oriented disciplines. Graduates receive a B.S. in statistics and readily find employment in business, industry, and government agencies, and are also well-prepared to begin graduate school.
LIU Post (CW Post Campus of Long Island University) is a prestigious and famous university located in Brooksville near the metropolis of New York City (43 kilometers from it). It was founded in 1954 and for decades of work has established itself as an educational institution that provides quality and demanded education that allows graduates to find jobs in the best companies in the region and the world and build a professional career by doing research. Students from many countries of the world are studying at the University: adaptation programs and organizations for the development of career and professional skills are special for foreign participants.
The University provides its students with quality training programs at the Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral studies departments in the most diverse areas. It is also possible to study under the special programs "Dual-Degree" (bachelor's and master's courses at an accelerated pace) and certificates programs in various fields of knowledge. The School of Continuing Education offers an opportunity for everyone to attend professional courses throughout the year for a variety of needs. The university also operates an online education system - some subjects and disciplines can be studied without leaving the computer, which makes it possible to better structure your time and get more knowledge.
University teachers have exceptionally high qualifications, most of them have doctoral degrees. They are also active researchers and contribute to the development of science and the improvement of the quality of human life in the United States and around the world. The system of professional relations between the teacher and students is unique, when the students not only receive knowledge, but work in cooperation with the mentor, as colleagues. This helps students to reveal their potential and not be afraid to experiment, does not close them in the strict framework of academic knowledge, but teaches this knowledge to be applied in practice and to make adjustments if modernity demands it.