Offered in: Chicago
In today's world, one is able to create and analyze large data sets in a way that was not computationally possible for previous generations. Statistics is a means of describing a collection of data. Knowledge of statistics helps researchers with data collection, analysis, and presentation. The minor in statistics complements majors in any quantitative area, including the sciences, social science, computer science, and finance.
The five required Mathematics courses for the statistics minor must be passed with grades of C- or higher. At least three of the courses must be completed at Roosevelt University.
|MATH 231||CALCULUS I||5|
|Select four of the following:||12|
|APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS|
|COOPERATION AND COMPETITION -- GAME THEORY AND APPLICATIONS|
|LINEAR PROGRAMMING & OPTIMIZATION|
|REGRESSION & TIME SERIES|
|MODELS FOR LIFE CONTINGENCIES|
|INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH PROBLEMS|
|Total Credit Hours||17|