X. Degree Programs
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Statistics (STAT)
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, College of Physical and Engineering Science
The discipline of Statistics is essential in the social sciences, biological sciences, physical sciences, and health professions. The specialization in Statistics emphasizes applications of statistical theory and methods to other disciplines and is available in the B.A. Honours Program as a major or minor and as an area of concentration in the General Program.
Students are encouraged to combine the study of statistics with another field.
Statistical computing is a fundamental tool for the application of modern statistical methods. Students in these programs will develop skills in computer applications programming using such highlevel languages as SAS and SPLUS.
Area of Concentration (General Program)
A minimum of 5.00 credits in Statistics and Mathematics is required, including:

no more than 1.00 credits from courses at the 1000 level

3.00 credits in statistics (STAT), 2.00 of which must be from courses at the 3000 level or above
Recommended Courses
MATH*1200  [0.50]  Calculus I 
MATH*1210  [0.50]  Calculus II 
MATH*2150  [0.50]  Applied Matrix Algebra 
STAT*2040  [0.50]  Statistics I 
STAT*2050  [0.50]  Statistics II 
STAT*3100  [0.50]  Introductory Mathematical Statistics I 
STAT*3110  [0.50]  Introductory Mathematical Statistics II 
STAT*3240  [0.50]  Applied Regression Analysis 
STAT*3320  [0.50]  Sampling Theory with Applications 
Honours Programs
Major (Honours Program)
Students may enter this major in Semester 1 or any semester thereafter. A student wishing to declare the major must consult the Faculty Advisor. A minimum of 20.00 credits is required to complete the degree, with a minimum of 9.50 credits required as below to complete the major.
1.50 credits as follows:  
CIS*1500  [0.50]  Introduction to Programming 
MATH*1200  [0.50]  Calculus I 
MATH*1210  [0.50]  Calculus II 
5.00 credits in Statistics and Mathematics as follows:
5.00 credits in Statistics and Mathematics as follows:
MATH*2130  [0.50]  Numerical Methods  
MATH*2200  [0.50]  Advanced Calculus I  
STAT*2040  [0.50]  Statistics I  
STAT*2050  [0.50]  Statistics II  
STAT*3100  [0.50]  Introductory Mathematical Statistics I  
STAT*3110  [0.50]  Introductory Mathematical Statistics II  
STAT*3210  [0.50]  Experimental Design  
STAT*3240  [0.50]  Applied Regression Analysis  
STAT*3320  [0.50]  Sampling Theory with Applications  
One of:  

2.50 credits in Statistics at the 3000 or 4000 level, of which at least 2.00 credits must be at the 4000 level.
0.50 credits in Mathematics or Statistics at the 2000level or above.
Recommended Schedule of Studies for Major (Honours Program)
Semester 1
MATH*1200  [0.50]  Calculus I 
2.00 electives* 
Semester 3
Semester 5
Semester 6
Semester 7
2.50 electives** 
Semester 8
2.50 electives** 
* See "Semester One Requirements" for Bachelor of Arts programs.
**Electives must satisfy the following requirements:

Electives must include at least 2.50 credits in Statistics at the 3000 or 4000 level, and an additional 0.50 credits in Statistics or Mathematics at the 2000 level or above.

At least 2.00 credits in Statistics must be at the 4000 level.

Electives plus core courses must include at least 7.00 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level.
Minor (Honours Program)
At least 5.00 credits in Statistics or Mathematics is required, including:
MATH*1200  [0.50]  Calculus I  
MATH*1210  [0.50]  Calculus II  
STAT*2040  [0.50]  Statistics I  
STAT*2050  [0.50]  Statistics II  
STAT*3100  [0.50]  Introductory Mathematical Statistics I  
STAT*3110  [0.50]  Introductory Mathematical Statistics II  
STAT*3240  [0.50]  Applied Regression Analysis  
One of:  

0.50 additional credits in Statistics
0.50 additional credits in Statistics or Mathematics