Applied Statistics, BS
Bachelor of Science
How you benefit
As a student in the BS in Applied Statistics, you learn to solve problems in calculus, linear algebra, and calculus-based probability.
What you study
You study differentiation, integration, infinite series, properties of univariate and multivariate random variables, and discrete and continuous distributions. You also study:
- Statistical methods and theory
- Design of studies and exploratory data analysis
- Statistical modeling and computation
- Data analytics communication
This 100 percent online program is taught by IU East, IU Northwest, IU South Bend, and IU Southeast.
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Students admitted to IU Online receive a full range of personalized support services, including:
- Success Coaching
- Math and Writing Support
- Career Services
- Peer Mentorship
Your IU Online BS in Applied Statistics prepares you for such careers as:
- Medical researcher and analyst
- Industrial data analyst
- Market research or business analyst
- Financial manager/analyst or managing consultant
To graduate with the BS in Applied Statistics, you must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours. Requirements are broken down as follows:
- Mathematics core (22 credit hours)
- Statistics and probability core (24 credit hours)
- Programming core (3 credit hours)
- Upper-level statistics electives (12 credit hours)
- General education courses, as needed to fulfill the 120 credit hour requirement
To apply to this program:
- Complete application for admission.
- Submit official transcripts.
Priority Application Dates
Fall semester: May 1
Spring semester: Dec 1
Summer session I: Mar 15
Summer session II: May 1
You can transfer up to 64 credit hours from a regionally accredited community college, or 90 credit hours from an accredited four-year university or college.
|MATH-M 215||Calculus I||5 Credits|
|MATH-M 216||Calculus II||5 Credits|
|MATH-M 311||Calculus III||3 Credits|
|MATH-M 301 or 303||Linear Algebra||3 Credits|
|MATH-M 447||Mathematical Modeling and Application I||3 Credits|
|MATH-M 448||Mathematical Modeling and Application II||3 Credits|
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