Minor in Statistics

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The minor in statistics requires a minimum of 15 s.h. in statistics courses taken at the University of Iowa and chosen from the specific categories listed below.  Courses not listed in these categories may not be chosen for the minor. Students take one course below 3000 and 12 s.h. at the 3000 level and above as dictated by the category choices.  Students must maintain a cumulative g.p.a. of at least 2.00 in courses for the minor and in all UI courses for the minor. Course work in the minor may not be taken pass/nonpass.

NOTE: Due to the sequential nature of statistics courses, the minimal number of non-overlapping semesters required to complete a statistics minor is 3 semesters.  For students wishing to complete a statistics minor without taking any mathematical statistics courses, it takes a minimum of 4 semesters. 

Example Plan Of Study (POS) for completing minor without using math/stat courses  You do not need to completed CAL 1 or CAL 2.

Example Plan Of Study (POS) for completing minor using math/stat courses

Students select courses for the minor from the following list:

The minor requires:
Statistical Methods and Computing STAT:2010 

The minor requires one the following courses:
Applied Linear Regression STAT:3200
Regression, Time Series and Forecasting STAT:4510 or Statistics for Risk Modeling  STAT:4560

At most one of these:
Probability and Statistics STAT:3120
Intro to Mathematical Statistics I STAT:3100
Mathematical Statistics I STAT:4100

At most one of these:
Intro to Mathematical Statistics II STAT:3101 
Mathematical Statistics II STAT:4101

Up to three classes from these:
Experimental Design & Analysis STAT:3210 
Quality Control STAT:3620 
Bayesian Statistics STAT:4520 
Statistical Learning STAT:4540
Data Visualization and Data Technologies STAT:4580
Research Data Management STAT:5810 or cross listed with BIOS:5310 (administrative home)
Probability and Stochastic Processes I STAT:6300
Applied Generalized Regression STAT:6510
Environmental and Spatial Statistics STAT:6530
Introductory Longitudinal Data Analysis STAT:6550
Applied Time Series Analysis STAT:6560
Applied Categorical Data Analysis BIOS:6110