May 12, 2021  
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2010-12 
    
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2010-12 [Archived Catalog]

Mathematical Statistics Major (B.S.)


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Major code BS3106

College of Arts and Sciences 
Department of Mathematics 
Morton Hall 321
Athens, OH 45701
Phone: 740.593.1254
Fax: 740.593.9805
mathematics@ohio.edu

The Mathematical Statistics Major is intended to give the student rigorous training in the methods, mathematical foundations, and applications of statistics. “Mathematical Statistician” is a defined job title in the federal government that carries a higher average salary than the simple “Statistician” title. The B.S. degree prepares the candidate for a career as a statistician in a broad range of fields such as business, industrial, engineering, governmental, and educational.

When planning any program of study in mathematics, it is strongly recommended that you consult an advisor from the Department.

See the General Education Requirements  for Tier I quantitative skills requirements.

Universitywide Graduation Requirements


To complete this program, students must meet all Universitywide graduation requirements .

College-Level Requirements for the College of Arts and Sciences


View the A&S - College Level Requirements (A&S CLR) .

Program Requirements


To be awarded the Mathematical Statistics Major degree (B.S.), a student must complete a programic total of at least 53 hours.

These must include the following courses (44 hours) and at least 9 hours of applied statistics electives listed below.

Recommended Course Sequence


A well-qualified incoming student would follow the following course schedule:

Year 1:  MATH 263A, 263B, 263C, 211

Year 2:  MATH 263D, 308, 350

Year 3:  MATH 450A, 450B, 450C, 452

Year 4:  Applied Statistical Electives

Students who enter the program later or who are pursuing dual majors could take MATH 450A, 450B, 450C and 452 in their senior year and still complete the major.

Students planning to enter a graduate program in statistics or other mathematical sciences are encouraged to take as many of the following courses as time permits:

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