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4.13.2 Statistics Program Charts 4.13.2 Statistics Program Charts
4.13.2 Statistics
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4
HONOURS (Including Co-operative Option) 120 CREDIT HOURS (comprising courses listed in chart below, and electives)
STAT 11501

MATH 12201, MATH 12301, MATH 12321, MATH 1240

STAT 2400

MATH 2030, MATH 2080, (MATH 2150 or MATH 2720)

STAT 3050, STAT 3400, STAT 3470, STAT 3480, STAT 3800 STAT 4100, STAT 4200, STAT 4520, STAT 4530
The following courses must be taken in Year 1 or Year 2:

COMP 1010

STAT 2150 (B)

6 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts, which should include the required “W” course

15 credit hours chosen from:

STAT 3170, STAT 3380, STAT 3490, STAT 4170, STAT 4580, STAT 4590, STAT 4600, STAT 4630, STAT 4690, STAT 4700 with at least 9 credit hours at the 4000 level.

6 credit hours chosen from:

MATH 2140, MATH 2160, MATH 2180, MATH 3340, MATH 3440, MATH 3460, MATH 3470, MATH 3472

12 credit hours of approved elective courses - including courses to be chosen from an area of application outlined in note 2 below.2

21 credit hours of elective courses - including courses to be chosen from an area of application outlined in note 2 below.2 Co-op Requirements:

STAT 3980

Co-op Requirements:

STAT 3990, STAT 4980, STAT 4990 (if a 4th work term selected)

30 Hours 30 Hours 30 Hours 30 Hours
HONOURS DOUBLE MINIMUM 120 CREDIT HOURS By arrangement with the departments concerned
FOUR YEAR MAJOR4 (Including Co-operative Option) 120 CREDIT HOURS (comprising courses listed in chart below, and electives)
STAT 11501

MATH 12201, MATH 12301, MATH 12321, MATH 1240

STAT 2400

MATH 2030, MATH 2080, (MATH 2150 or MATH 2720)

STAT 3050, STAT 3400, STAT 3470, STAT 3480, STAT 3800 STAT 4100, STAT 4200, STAT 4520, STAT 4530
The following courses must be taken in Year 1 or Year 2:

COMP 1010

STAT 2150 (C+)

6 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts, which should include the required “W” course

21 credit hours of elective courses - including courses to be chosen from an area of application outlined in note 3 below.3

15 credit hours chosen from:

STAT 3170, STAT 3380, STAT 3490, STAT 4170, STAT 4580, STAT 4590, STAT 4600, STAT 4630, STAT 4690, STAT 4700

6 credit hours chosen from:

MATH 2140, MATH 2160, MATH 2180, MATH 3340, MATH 3440, MATH 3460, MATH 3470, MATH 3472

12 credit hours of elective courses - including courses required for the chosen area of application outlined in note 3 below.3

Co-op Requirements:

STAT 3980

Co-op Requirements:

STAT 3990, STAT 4980, STAT 4990 (if a 4th work term is selected)

30 Hours 30 Hours 30 Hours 30 Hours
THREE YEAR GENERAL 90 CREDIT HOURS
STAT 11505, STAT 2150 STAT 2400, STAT 3400

12 additional credit hours of 2000, 3000, and (or) 4000 level Statistics courses6

MINOR: OPTION 1
STAT 1000 STAT 2000, STAT 3000

9 additional credit hours of 2000, 3000, or 4000 level Statistics courses

MINOR: OPTION 2
STAT 1150 STAT 2150

12 additional credit hours of 2000, 3000, or 4000 level Statistics courses

NOTES:

1 The following substitutes are allowed: MATH 1300 (B) in place of MATH 1220, MATH 1500 (B) or MATH 1510 (B) in place of MATH 1230, MATH 1700 (B) or MATH 1710 (B) in place of MATH 1232, MATH 1690 (C) in place of MATH 1230 and MATH 1232; STAT 1000 (C) and STAT 2000 (B) in place of STAT 1150.

2 Of the electives chosen as part of the Honours Degree, 18 credit hours are to be selected from one department which represents a field of application such as: Actuarial Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Microbiology, Economics, Psychology or Sociology. (Mathematics and Computer Science are excluded from this list.) In consultation with the department, combinations of courses from a coherent area of studies may be selected.

3 Of the electives chosen as part of the Major Degree, 15 credit hours must be selected from either, Computer Science and Mathematics, or from one of the following departments: Actuarial Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Microbiology, Economics, Psychology, or Sociology.

4 IMPORTANT: The four year Major program need not be completed in the manner prescribed in the chart above. The chart indicates one possible arrangement of the required courses and is meant to be a guide around which students can plan their program.

5 The following substitutes are allowed: STAT 1000 (C) and STAT 2000 (B) in place of STAT 1150.

6 STAT 2000 and STAT 2150 cannot be counted towards this requirement.

(Letters in brackets indicate minimum prerequisite standing for further study.)