Department of Mathematics and Statistics, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Statistics plays a fundamental role in virtually all scientific disciplines, including biology, physics, chemistry, medicine, epidemiology, kinesiology, and toxicology. Students minoring in Statistics will develop practical skills in data visualization and analysis, statistical computing, technical writing and communication in a variety of applications areas, preparing them well for careers in the modern workplace.
Students may declare this minor in any semester.
Minor (Honours Program)
A total of 5.00 credits is required to complete the minor, including:
|MATH*1080||Elements of Calculus I 1||0.50|
|or MATH*1200||Calculus I|
|MATH*1090||Elements of Calculus II 2||0.50|
|or MATH*1210||Calculus II|
|MATH*1160||Linear Algebra I||0.50|
|STAT*3100||Introductory Mathematical Statistics I||0.50|
|STAT*3110||Introductory Mathematical Statistics II||0.50|
|STAT*3240||Applied Regression Analysis||0.50|
|0.50 additional credits in Statistics||0.50|
|0.50 additional credits in Statistics or Mathematics ar the 2000 level or above||0.50|
IPS*1500 Integrated Mathematics and Physics I can count toward this 0.50 credit
IPS*1510 Integrated Mathematics and Physics II can count toward this 0.50 credit
Note: Students majoring or minoring in Mathematical Science cannot minor in Statistics.