The undergraduate program

The undergraduate major at Berkeley provides a systematic and thorough grounding in applied and theoretical statistics, and in probability. The quality and dedication of our teaching staff and faculty are extremely high. A major in Statistics from Berkeley is an excellent preparation for a career in science, in industry, or as a preparation for further academic study in a wide variety of fields. It is also very useful to combine studies of statistics and probablity with other subjects. Facilitating such cross-fertilization is one of the strengths of the department, and roughly half of our undergraduate students are double or even triple majors.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Statistics Commencement Info


Statistics Major

Statistics Minor

Undergraduate Research

Frequently Asked Questions

Statistics Course Descriptions in Berkeley Academic Guide

Approved Cluster Courses

Request Form for an Equivalence Evaluation of a Non-UC Berkeley Statistics Course (Note: You must be logged into bmail to access the online form, NOT from a private google account)

Request for Enrollment in Stat 197 - This is for students who are intended or declared Statistics majors who wish to receive course credit for an internship relevant to the field of statistics. 


Information on Statistics for Undergrads:

Resources for Undergraduates

The Statistics Profession

Undergraduate Student Learning Goals

Stathaps Mailing List- Click here to join our listserv to receive information about career fairs, jobs and events related to the field of statistics. 

Academic Support

Undergraduate Statistics Advising

Student Learning Center offers academic support services, including free drop-in tutoring for select statistics courses.

Private Tutoring Services are available to Cal students and the community on a fee-for-service basis.