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What does statistics include?

The statistics degree allows you to gain experience in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, and work collaboratively in a broad range of disciplines.

Why statistics at OSU?

A degree in statistics will propel you into a segment of specialists in high-demand in today's workforce. OSU offers an experience as a member of the Statistics Club, or Mu Sigma Rho (Statistics Honor Society). The Statistics Department offers you an education emphasizing the implementation of statistical methodology and technology, as well as the application of statistics to other disciplines.

Career paths

A “Statistician” is consistently listed as one of the top five careers based on great working conditions and high salary. Statistics majors obtain quantitative and strategic skills, which are becoming increasingly important in all sectors of society, such as private business, non-profit sector, government, and education. Our graduates enjoy successful careers in a variety of fields:

  • Data Scientist
  • Military Supply Logistics
  • Energy Sector Analyst
  • Statistical Programmer
  • Statistical Consultant
  • Actuary
  • Medical Research
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Educational Specialist or Consultant
  • Teacher
  • Graduate Student

Highlights

The Statistics Department at Oklahoma State University allows you to gain experience in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, and work collaboratively with people from a broad range of disciplines. A bachelor’s degree in statistics will propel you into a segment of specialists in high-demand in today's workforce. Because of the applied nature of the statistics discipline, you may be able to pursue a second major in another discipline that utilizes statistical applications and concepts. The Statistics Department offers an education emphasizing the implementation of statistical methodology, the use of technology, and the application of statistics to other disciplines.

The majority of courses within Statistics include Math, Computer Science, Statistics, and Applied Statistics. Courses to expect for this major include Statistical Methods, Calculus, and Computer Science.

Opportunities

  • Students can work in the Statistical Learning and Instructional Laboratory (SLIC)
  • Flexible program allows students to pursue a second major in another discipline

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