# Statistics, B.S.

- General Education Course

- Milestone course: a key success marker for your major. See your advisor to discuss the importance of this course in your plan of study.

The Core Curriculum is designed to foster critical thinking skills and introduce students to basic domains of thinking that transcend disciplines. The Core applies to all majors. Information on specific classes in the Core can be found at https://www.marshall.edu/gened/.

Course Requirements

Core Curriculum
Core 1: Critical Thinking
FYS 100First Yr Sem Critical Thinking3
MTH 229    Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT)5
Critical Thinking Course3
Core 2
ENG 101  Beginning Composition3
ENG 201    Advanced Composition3
CMM 103  Fund Speech-Communication3
MTH 229    Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT)5
Core II Natural/Physical Science4
Core II Humanities3
Core II Social Science3
Core II Fine Arts3
Writing Intensive3
Writing Intensive3
Multicultural or International3
MTH 490  Internship in Mathematics (Capstone)2
or MTH 491  Senior Seminar
College-Specific
COS Physical/Natural Science4
COS Physical/Natural Science3
Major-Specific
CS 110Computer Science I3
MTH 229    Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT)5
MTH 230    Calculus/Analytic Geom II4
MTH 231    Calculus/Analytic Geom III4
MTH 300  Intro to Higher Math4
MTH 331Linear Algebra4
MTH 490  Internship in Mathematics (C)2
or MTH 491  Senior Seminar
STA 445Probability & Statistics I3
STA 446Probability & Statistics II3
STA 412Regression Analysis3
STA 413Experimental Designs3
MTH 427Advanced Calculus I3
STA 420Nonparametric Statistics3
STA 435Statistical Data Mining3
300/400 MTH or STA Elective3
300/400 MTH or STA Elective3
300/400 Level Elective3
Free Elective4
Free Elective3
Free Elective3
Free Elective3
Free Elective3
Free Elective3

### Major Information

• Students who double-major in both Mathematics and Statistics may have an opportunity to double-count electives toward the respective majors. Please contact the director of undergraduate studies in the Mathematics department for more details.
• Please check with advisor about course offerings. Not all classes will be offered every semester.
• Forty (40) hours must be earned in courses numbered 300-499.

- General Education Course

- Milestone course: a key success marker for your major. See your advisor to discuss the importance of this course in your plan of study.

## Four Year Plan

Semester Plan

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
First SemesterCredit Hours
FYS 100 First Yr Sem Critical Thinking 3
ENG 101  Beginning Composition 3
MTH 229    Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT) 5
Core II Fine Arts 3
UNI 100 Freshman First Class 1
Credit Hours15
Second Semester
MTH 230    Calculus/Analytic Geom II 4
Core I Critical Thinking
CMM 103  Fund Speech-Communication 3
CS 110 Computer Science I 3
Core II Social Science 3
Credit Hours13
Second Year
First Semester
MTH 231    Calculus/Analytic Geom III 4
MTH 300 Intro to Higher Math 4
ENG 201    Advanced Composition 3
Core II Physical/Natural Science 4
Credit Hours15
Second Semester
MTH 331 Linear Algebra 4
300/400 Level Elective 3
Free Elective 4
Physical/Natural Science Elective 4
Credit Hours15
Third Year
First Semester
MTH 427 Advanced Calculus I 3
STA 445 Probability & Statistics I 3
Physical/Natural Science Elective 3
Multicultural or International Elective 3
Free Elective 3
Credit Hours15
Second Semester
Humanities Elective 3
Writing Intensive Elective 3
STA 446 Probability & Statistics II 3
300/400 MTH or STA Elective 3
Free Elective 3
Credit Hours15
Fourth Year
First Semester
STA 412 Regression Analysis 3
STA 435 Statistical Data Mining 3
300/400 MTH or STA Elective 3
Writing Intensive 3
Free Elective 3
Credit Hours15
Second Semester
STA 413 Experimental Designs 3
STA 420 Nonparametric Statistics 3
MTH 490
or MTH 491
Internship in Mathematics
or Senior Seminar
2
Free Elective 3
Free Elective 3
Credit Hours14
Total Credit Hours117