Statistics is the science of collecting, classifying, presenting, and interpreting data.
An undergraduate major in Statistics/Biology is designed to equip students with sufficient background and experience to enable them to implement various standard statistical analyses on data from the real world, especially from biological and medical fields. The program includes a combination of statistics and biology so a student will understand the bases of statistical methodology and their application to the biological science.
The field of Statistics/Biology offers a variety of exciting career opportunities: Statisticians/Biostatisticians at the B.Sc. level are needed in industry (in particular, the pharmaceutical industry), in government, and in clinical hospitals. e.g.
B.Sc. Major in Biology and Statistics
We offer both an MSc. and a Ph.D. 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 by clicking on their names:
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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.