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Bachelor's degree in Statistics and Data Science

Learn to interpret the vast accumulation of facts and figures available today as you prepare for a career in private industry, government and education.

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Bachelor's degree in Statistics and Data Science

B.A. or B.S. in statistics and data science; minor

Statisticians act as interpreters of the vast accumulation of facts and figures available today. They provide ways of gaining new insights into the behavior of many phenomena people encounter in a variety of fields of specialization.

Statisticians are in high demand in private industry, government and education. It is a discipline that teaches how to make intelligent judgments and informed decisions in the presence of uncertainty and variation, using available data and facts.


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