Combining Mathematics and Statistics

By their very nature, the disciplines of Mathematics and Statistics are closely connected, and several of the courses offered within our department can be used towards a major or minor in both. However, to ensure that students that wish to have a combination of major(s) or minor(s) from mathematics and statistics,  have sufficient depth of knowledge within each field, there are some limitations on the number of courses that can count toward both. Students planning to do this should carefully devise a plan in writing with their advisor.

  • Students wishing to declare majors in both Mathematics and Statistics need to meet the requirements for both and can only double count Calculus 1 to 3 and Linear Algebra.
    This worksheet can help you determine the courses you need to fulfill the requirements.
  • Students wishing to declare a major in Statistics and minor in Mathematicneed to meet the requirements for both and can only double count Calculus 1 to 3 and Linear Algebra.
    This worksheet can help you determine the courses you need to fulfill the requirements.
  • Students wishing to declare a major in Mathematics and a minor in Statistics need to meet the requirements for both and can only double count Applied Statistics and Probability. 
    This worksheet can help you determine the courses you need to fulfill the requirements.
  • Students wishing to declare minors in both Mathematics and Statistics need to meet the requirements for both and can only double count Applied Statistics and Probability. 
    This worksheet can help you determine the courses you need to fulfill the requirements.