*X--Degree Programs*

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, College of Physical and Engineering Science.

Statistical computing is a fundamental tool for the application of modern statistical methods. Hence students in these programs will develop skills in computer applications programming using such high-level languages as SAS and S-PLUS.

A minimum of [5.00] credits in Statistics and Mathematics is required, including:

- no more than [5.00] credits from courses at the 100 level
- [3.00] credits in statistics (89-xxx) - [2.00] of which must be from courses at the 300 level or above

- Recommended courses:
- 63-100 [0.50]
**Introductory Calculus I** - or
- 63-120 [0.50]
**Calculus I** - 63-121 [0.50]
**Calculus II** - 63-215 [0.50]
**Applied Matrix Algebra** - one of
- 89-204 [0.50]
**Statistics I** - 89-208 [0.50]
**Introductory Applied Statistics I** - 89-210 [0.50]
**Introductory Probability and Statistics** - 89-205 [0.50]
**Statistics II** - or
- 89-209 [0.50]
**Introductory Applied Statistics II** - 89-310 [0.50]
**Introductory Mathematical Statistics I** - 89-311 [0.50]
**Introductory Mathematical Statistics II** - 89-324 [0.50]
**Applied Regression Analysis** - 89-332 [0.50]
**Sampling Theory with Applications**

Those planning to major or minor in Statistics should take (63-100 or 63-120), 63-121 as soon as possible, preferably in the first year. Those contemplating graduate studies in Statistics should take 89-434 and additional mathematics courses such as 63-200, 63-213, 63-216, 63-217, 63-220, 63-221, 63-316, 63-320, and 63-443.

Students who major or minor in Statistics may not receive credit for the following courses unless taken to satisfy the requirements of another program: 36-274, 80-201, 80-332, 86-312.

- 63-100 Introductory Calculus I or 63-120 Calculus I
- 63-121 Calculus II
- 63-215 Applied Matrix Algebra or 63-216 Linear Algebra I
- 89-310 Introductory Mathematical Statistics I
- 89-311 Introductory Mathematical Statistics II
- 89-324 Applied Regression Analysis

At least [8.00] credits in Statistics or Mathematics is required, including the following:

- the Statistics Core
- [0.50] in Computing Science (27-150, 27-160 or above)
- [1.00] in statistics from courses at the 300 level
- [1.00] in statistics from courses at the 400 level
- [2.00] additional credits in Statistics or Mathematics

At least [5.00] credits in Statistics or Mathematics is required, including the following:

- Statistics Core
- [1.00] additional credit in statistics
- [0.50] additional credit in statistics or mathematics

1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar |

For general calendar inquiries contact: sdorr@registrar.uoguelph.ca

For Admission inquiries contact: jphippen@registrar.uoguelph.ca

Last revised: March 16 1998.