Curriculum in Statistics: Minor in Industrial Engineering

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FRESHMAN YEAR

 First  Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr  Second  Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr
 ENGL 104:  Composition and  Rhetoric  (3-0)  3  STAT 182:  Foundations  of  Statistics  (1-0)  1
 MATH 171:  Analytic  Geometry  and  Calculus  (4-0)  4  MATH 172:  Calculus  (4-0)  4
 American history elective1  3  American history elective1  3
 Science  elective2  4  Computer science  elective3  4
 Science  elective2  4
   14    16

SOPHOMORE YEAR

 First Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr  Second Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr
 Communication elective1  (3-0)  3  MATH 304/323: Linear Algebra  (3-0)  3
 MATH 221: Several Variables Calculus  (4-0)  4  POLS 207: State and Local Government  (3-0)  3
 POLS 206: American Natl. Government  (3-0)  3  STAT 212: Principles of Statistics II  (3-0)  3
 STAT 211: Principles of Statistics I  (3-0)  3  Computer science elective3  4
 Elective hours1,4  (3-0)  3  Science elective2  3
   16  16

JUNIOR YEAR

 First Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr  Second Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr
 STAT 404: Statistical Computing  (3-0)  3  STAT 408: Linear Models  (3-0)  3
 STAT 414: Mathematical Statistics I  (3-0)  3  STAT 415: Mathematical Statistics II  (3-0)  3
 ISEN 320: Ops Research I  (3-0)  3  ISEN 340: Ops Research II  (3-0)  3
 Elective hours1,4  3  ISEN 355: System Simulation  (3-0)  3
 Elective hours1,4  3
 15  15

SENIOR YEAR

 First Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr  Second Semester  (Th-Pr)  Cr
 STAT 406: Design and Analysis of  Experiments  (3-0)  3  STAT 482: Capstone Course in Statistics  (3-0)  3
 Statistics elective7  6  Statistics elective7  3
 ISEN 350: Quality Engin  (3-0)  3  ISEN 370: Prod Systems Engin  (3-0)  3
 Elective hours1,4  3  Elective hours1,4  4
 15    13

Notes:

  1. Students must take courses from the approved University Core Curriculum list as follows: 6 hours in Communication (must take ENGL 104 and one of COMM 203, COMM 205, or COMM 243); 3 hours in Language, Philosophy, and Culture; 3 hours in Creative Arts; 3 hours in Social and Behavioral Sciences; 6 hours in Government / Political Science (must take POLS 206 and POLS 207); and 6 hours in American History. In addition, 6 hours of courses must be in the area of International and Cultural Diversity.  These may be in addition to University Core Curriculum courses, or if a course in this category satisfies an area of the Core, it can be used to meet both requirements.
  2. Students must take 11 hours in Life and Physical Science (select two of ASTR 111; BIOL 111; BIOL 112; CHEM 101/111 or CHEM 103/113; CHEM 102/112 or CHEM 104/114; PHYS 208; PHYS 218 and one other class from the Life and Physical Science list of the University Core Curriculum).
  3. Students must take two of CSCE 110, CSCE 111, CSCE 206, and CSCE 121.
  4. In addition to the University Core Curriculum electives, students must take at least 4 hours in an elective area.
  5. Not applicable.
  6. Not applicable.
  7. Students must take two courses from the following courses: STAT 407, STAT 426, STAT 436, STAT 438, STAT 445, STAT 446, STAT 459, STAT 485, STAT 489, STAT 491.  One additional course must be taken from the preceding list or the following list: MATH 220, MATH 302, MATH 308, MATH 409, MATH 410, MATH 417 or MATH 437, MATH 442, MATH 446, MATH 447, MATH 469. The student must take a total of at least 9 hours of mathematics and statistics elective courses.

If a grade of D or F is earned in any of MATH 151/MATH 171, MATH 152/MATH 172, MATH 221/MATH 251/MATH 253, MATH 220, MATH 304/MATH 323, STAT 211, or STAT 212, this course must be immediately retaken and a grade of C or better earned. The department will allow at most two D’s in upper-level (325-499) courses. If a third D is earned, one of the three courses in which a D was earned must be retaken and a grade of C or better earned.