Statistics Minor

The minor is for students who want to study a significant amount of Statistics and Probability at the upper division level. It will provide them with formal recognition for their effort on their transcript, but not on their diploma.

The minor has the same lower division prerequisites as the major (a total of four courses): Mathematics 1A, 1B, 53 and 54.

The required upper division courses (total of five courses) will be: Statistics 101-102 or 134-135; and three courses from: Statistics 150, 151A, 151B, 152, 153, 154, 155, 157, and 158, including at least one course with a laboratory (exactly as in the major).

Minimum overall grade point average of 2.0 required in upper-division courses used for the minor.

Overlap between Major and Minor: Maximum of one upper division course

How to obtain the Minor in Statistics:

You may obtain the minor once you have completed both the lower division prerequisites and the 5 upper division requirements. You will need to meet with the undergraduate faculty advisor. Please bring the following items with you:

After you meet with the faculty advisor, please bring your forms to the Course and Curriculum Officer, Denise Yee, 367A Evans.