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2020 - 2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020 - 2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CAMS Applied Statistics Track, BS

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The minimum number of credit hours for the major is 30 required credit hours and 9 credit hours of prerequisites. Proficiency requirements are typically fulfilled by completing an additional 21 credit hours. The major must include courses from at least three departments, with no more than half of the credit hours coming from any one department.

Minimum Course Pre-requisites

Major Writing Requirement

The upper-division writing requirement may be satisfied in one of the following ways:

Major Computing Requirement

Proficiency in a high-level programming language and fundamental concepts in data structures is required. This is normally done by taking and passing CSCI 140 or 141 or DATA 141, and CSCI 241.

Major Mathematics Requirement

Proficiency in single variable calculus, linear algebra and multivariable calculus is required. This is normally done by taking and passing these courses.

Economics Electives (3 courses)

Probability and Statistics Requirements (2 courses)

Electives (5 courses)

Mathematics Electives (2 - 3 courses)

Computer Science Electives (2 - 3 courses)

Students are encouraged to consider the following graduate courses. These courses may be taken by completing this form.

  • CSCI 668 Reliability Theory (3)
  • CSCI 678 Statistical Analysis of Simulation Models (3)
  • CSCI 688 Linear Regression (3)
  • CSCI 688 Design of Experiments (3)
  • CSCI 688 Topics in Computational Operations Research (3)


Credit for INTR 495-496 Honors, with faculty advisor approved by the Applied Statistics Track Director, may substitute for any two elective courses, as long as the two courses are not in the same category.  In addition, with advisor approval, students may replace one elective course with one or more independent study or research credits, which must total at least 3 credits.

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