BA STATISTICS - ACTUARIAL SCIENCE CURRICULUM 

Suggested Curriculum             2021-2022 Academic Year
FALL SEMESTER       SPRING SEMESTER
YEAR 1                
  MATH 1631 Calculus 1 4         MATH 1641 Calculus 2 4
  MATH 1951 Freshman Seminar 1         STAT 2561 Statistics for Professionals 2 3
  STAT 1561 Statistics for Professionals 1 3         ENGL 1221 Writing Seminar 3
  TREX Transitions Experience Course  3           Modern Language 3
    Modern Language 3           Distribution Requirement 3
      14             16
YEAR 2                  
  MATH 2631 Calculus 3 4         STAT 3501 Applied Regression & Correlation Analysis 3
  MATH 3041 Theory of Interest 3         MATH 2951 Sophomore Seminar 1
    Distribution Requirement 3         MATH 3061 Discrete Math 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
      16           Distribution Requirement 3
                    16
YEAR 3                  
  MATH 4651 Probability Theory 3         MATH 3951 Junior Seminar 1
    MATH/STAT Elective 1 3         STAT 4661 Mathematical Statistics 3
  BIZ 3621 Principles of Finance 3           MATH/STAT Elective 2 3
    Diverse Cultures Seminar 3         FINC 3691 Intermediate Finance 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Elective 3
      15           Elective 3
                    16
YEAR 4                  
  BIZ 2021 Microeconomics 3           Senior Seminar or Stats Internship 1
    MATH/STAT Elective 3 3         STAT 3361 Linear Algebra w/Statistical Applications 3
    Elective 3         BIZ 2031 Macroeconomics 3
    Elective 3           Elective 3
    Elective (at least 2 hours) 2           Elective 3
      14             13
             
This should be used as a guide only.  Semester offerings are subject to change. Minimum Required Hours =120 
                     
Distribution Requirements for this BA degree - see Degree Works for details
• 4 Humanities • 2 Fine Arts • 1 Communication Studies • 1 Natural Science                       

BA STATISTICS - APPLIED STATISTICS CURRICULUM       

Suggested Curriculum             2021-2022 Academic Year
FALL SEMESTER       SPRING SEMESTER
YEAR 1                
  MATH 1631 Calculus 1 4         MATH 1641 Calculus 2 4
  MATH 1951 Freshman Seminar 1         STAT 2561 Statistics for Professionals 2 3
  STAT 1561 Statistics for Professionals 1 3         ENGL 1221 Writing Seminar 3
  TREX Transitions Experience Course  3           Modern Language 3
    Modern Language 3           Distribution Requirement 3
      14             16
YEAR 2                  
  MATH 2631 Calculus 3 4         MATH 2951 Sophomore Seminar 1
  STAT 3501 Applied Regression & Correlation Analysis 3         MATH 3061 Discrete Math 3
    Diverse Cultures Seminar 3         STAT 3521 Analysis of Variance w/ Experimental Degn 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
      16           Distribution Requirement 3
                    16
YEAR 3                  
  MATH 4651 Probability Theory 3         MATH 3951 Junior Seminar 1
  STAT 3511 Categorical Data Analysis 3         STAT 4661 Mathematical Statistics 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           MATH/STAT Elective 1 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Elective 3
      15           Elective 3
                    16
YEAR 4                  
    MATH/STAT Elective 2 3           Senior Seminar or Stats Internship 1
    MATH/STAT Elective 3 3         STAT 3361 Linear Algebra w/Statistical Applications 3
    Elective 3           MATH/STAT Elective 4 3
    Elective 3           Elective 3
    Elective (at least 2 hours) 2           Elective 3
      14             13
             
This should be used as a guide only.  Semester offerings are subject to change. Minimum Required Hours =120 
                     
Distribution Requirements for this BA degree - see Degree Works for details
• 4 Humanities • 2 Fine Arts • 1 Communication Studies  • 1 Natural Science • 2 Social Sciences                       

BS STATISTICS - ACTUARIAL SCIENCE CURRICULUM

Suggested Curriculum             2021-2022 Academic Year
FALL SEMESTER       SPRING SEMESTER
YEAR 1                
  STAT 1561 Statistics for Professionals 1 3         MATH 1641 Calculus 2 4
  MATH 1631 Calculus 1 4         STAT 2561 Statistics for Professionals 2 3
  MATH 1951 Freshman Seminar 1         ENGL 1221 Writing Seminar 3
  TREX Transitions Experience Course  3           Distribution Requirement 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
      14             16
YEAR 2                  
  MATH 2631 Calculus 3 4         STAT 3501 Applied Regression & Correlation Analysis 3
  MATH 3041 Theory of Interest 3         MATH 2951 Sophomore Seminar 1
    Distribution Requirement 3         MATH 3061 Discrete Math 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Elective 3
      16           Elective 3
                    16
YEAR 3                  
  MATH 4651 Probability Theory 3         MATH 3951 Junior Seminar 1
    MATH/STAT Elective 1 3         STAT 4661 Mathematical Statistics 3
  BIZ 3621 Principles of Finance 3           MATH/STAT Elective 2 3
    Diverse Cultures Seminar 3         FINC 3691 Intermediate Finance 3
    Elective 3           Elective 3
      15           Elective 3
                    16
YEAR 4                  
  BIZ 2021 Microeconomics 3           Senior Seminar or Stats Internship 1
    MATH/STAT Elective 3 3         STAT 3361 Linear Algebra w/Statistical Applications 3
    Elective 3         BIZ 2031 Macroeconomics 3
    Elective 3           Elective 3
    Elective (at least 2 hours) 2           Elective 3
      14             13
             
This should be used as a guide only.  Semester offerings are subject to change. Minimum Required Hours =120 
                     
Distribution Requirements for this BS degree - see Degree Works for details
• 3 Humanities • 1 Fine Art • 1 Communication Studies • 2 Natural Sciences                     

BS STATISTICS - APPLIED STATISTICS CURRICULUM   

Suggested Curriculum             2021-2022 Academic Year
FALL SEMESTER       SPRING SEMESTER
YEAR 1                
  STAT 1561 Statistics for Professionals 1 3         STAT 2561 Statistics for Professionals 2 3
  MATH 1631 Calculus 1 4         MATH 1641 Calculus 2 4
  MATH 1951 Freshman Seminar 1         ENGL 1221 Writing Seminar 3
  TREX Transitions Experience Course  3           Distribution Requirement 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
      14             16
YEAR 2                  
  MATH 2631 Calculus 3 4         STAT 3511 Categorical Data Analysis 3
  STAT 3501 Applied Regression & Correlation Analysis 3         MATH 3061 Discrete Math 3
    Diverse Cultures Seminar 3         MATH 2951 Sophomore Seminar 1
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
    Distribution Requirement 3           Distribution Requirement 3
      16           Distribution Requirement 3
                    16
YEAR 3                  
  STAT 3521 Analysis of Variance w/ Experimental Degn 3         STAT 4661 Mathematical Statistics 3
  MATH 4651 Probability Theory 3         MATH 3951 Junior Seminar 1
    Elective 3           MATH/STAT Elective 1 3
    Elective 3           Elective 3
    Elective 3           Elective 3
      15           Elective 3
                    16
YEAR 4                  
    MATH/STAT Elective 2 3         STAT 3361 Linear Algebra with Statistical Apps 3
    MATH/STAT Elective 3 3           Senior Seminar or Stats Internship 1
    Elective 3           MATH/STAT Elective 4 3
    Elective 3           Elective 3
    Elective (at least 2 hours) 2           Elective 3
      14             13
             
This should be used as a guide only.  Semester offerings are subject to change. Minimum Required Hours =120 
                     
Distribution Requirements for this BS degree - see Degree Works for details
• 3 Humanities • 1 Fine Art • 1 Communication Studies  • 2 Natural Sciences • 1 Social Science