Statistics is the science of collecting, classifying, presenting, and interpreting data.
An undergraduate major in Statistics will study foundations in Statistics, statistical methodology, and data analysis. The goal is to provide each student with a firm understanding of each branch of this diverse discipline along with significant technical awareness of the subject.
An advantage to studying Statistics as an undergraduate is the vast array of opportunities available after graduation: Statisticians at the B.Sc. level are needed in industry, government, and in academics (colleges, technical/vocational schools).
For a diligent student (who may be preparing for graduate school) we offer 2 streams in statistics:
B.Sc. Major in Statistics
B.Sc. Major in Mathematics and Statistics
B.Sc. Minor in Statistics
Finally a more specialized yet exciting actuarial program widens the students knowledge base and program and includes topics like finance, numerical analysis, and actuarial theory.
Visit the members of our department who are involved in the statistics program:
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More detailed information regarding required course work, prerequisites and scholarships, may be found in the appropriate sections of the University of Regina general calendar.
For any other questions you may have please contact the Mathematics and Statistics Department.