Loyola University Chicago

Mathematics and Statistics

BS in Statistics

Students earning a B.S. in Statistics will acquire knowledge of a broad range of statistical techniques and methods, an understanding of the mathematical underpinnings of these methods and techniques, and the computational skills, such as R and SAS, to apply and implement these methods using real data. Statistics majors are in high demand in industry in a wide array of fields such as medical research, technology companies, pharmaceuticals, insurance, finance, government, genetics, public health, sports, and epidemiology to name a few.


AP Credit Policies


Recent elective courses have included:

  • Categorical Data Analysis: Stat 310
  • Applied Survival Analysis: Stat 311
  • Computer Principles of Modeling and Simulation: Stat 321
  • Advanced Biostatistics: Stat 336
  • Quantitative Methods in Bioinformatics: Stat 337
  • Predictive Analytics: Stat 338
  • Nonparametric Statistical Methods: Stat 351

Note: 42 total credit hours