The Statistics program offers courses emphasizing the practical aspect of probability and statistics. The program serves the needs of future statisticians in science, industry, business, and government. In addition, it provides the necessary background and stimulation for graduate study. It is also a crucial component of Actuarial Sciences.
Statisticians are an essential part of an interdisciplinary team helping to bridge the real world applications of statistical methods in areas such as engineering, biology, medical and pharmaceutical study, financial industry, insurance, economics, and market research. In the past decade, the demand for statisticians in the job market has been steadily increasing.
Curriculum and Sample Courses
The mathematics department at UNO offers one the most complete statistics curricula in the state of Louisiana. Each year multiple upper level (4000-level and above) courses in statistics are offered to provide students with a sound understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of statistics education. You can get a feel for the breadth of our statistics offerings by browsing our up-to-date chart of recently offered math courses. Some of our recent graduates have founds jobs with leading pharmaceutical companies. Many graduates who are interested in Ph.D.’s have been funded by top-notch schools, including Stanford University, Yale, Brown, Columbia, and Johns Hopkins.
For the most up to date list of courses and course descriptions, please visit WebSTAR.
|Sample Courses in Statistics|
|MATH 4301||Analysis of Variance and Experimental Design||3 Credit Hours|
|MATH 4304||Introduction to Regression Analysis||3 Credit Hours|
|MATH 4311||Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (part I)||3 Credit Hours|
|MATH 4312||Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (part I)||3 Credit Hours|