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Major or Concentrate in Statistics

We recommend choosing a secondary area of study if you select statistics as a concentration. If you're interested in marketing research, consider supplementing your statistics studies with a concentration in marketing. Other complimentary concentrations include finance and economics.

For course descriptions, prerequisites and course scheduling options, please see the Course Index.

 

Statistics Program Requirements (12 units)

To complete the statistics area of study, students must complete the following courses:
Regression and Multivariate Data Analysis


OR

Statistical Inference and Regression Analysis
 

STAT-UB 17
Requires the Business Core at Stern



STAT-UB 15
These courses have additional mathematics and other prerequisite requirements.

 
Statistics Elective 1  See list of approved statistics courses
Statistics Elective 2  
Statistics Elective 3  

 

Approved Statistics Courses

Applied Stochastic Processes for Financial Models* STAT-UB 8

Requires the Business Core at Stern
Introduction to the Theory of Probability STAT-UB 14

Additional mathematics and other prerequisites
Statistical Inference and Regression Analysis STAT-UB 15

Additional mathematics and other prerequisites
Regression and Multivariate Data Analysis STAT-UB 17

Require the Business Core at Stern
Forecasting of Time Series Data STAT-UB 18

Requires the Business Core at Stern
Introduction to Stochastic Processes STAT-UB 21

Additional mathematics and other prerequisites
Mathematics of Investment STAT-UB 27

Additional mathematics and other prerequisites
Life Contingencies STAT-UB 37

Additional mathematics and other prerequisites
Computational Approaches to Financial Engineering INFO-UB 55
Data Mining for Business Intelligence INFO-UB 57
Decision Models MULT-UB 7

 

Meet with an Adviser

To ensure proper concentration/major progress consult your Academic and Faculty Adviser.