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I suggest the description should be advised more thoroughly.
An in-depth understanding of mathematics is of great importance to many careers in our technologically complex society. Moreover, the study of statistics promotes analytical and critical thinking skills, and therefore is a valuable part of any program of study. The minor in statistics is designed to provide knowledge and skills to support career goals in a range of professions. A study of statistics is a natural adjunct to the study of physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, business, economics, computer science, and the social sciences.
The minor in statistics consists of six mathematics courses. Students select from two distinct courses of study.
Any undergraduate student can declare this minor. Can a math major pursue this minor?
At least nine credits toward the minor must be completed at Brockport. If a student wishes to fill some of the requirements of the minor through course work at an institution other than Brockport, the student must first obtain the approval of the department chairperson. See note on major.
Students must complete either sequence A or Sequence B below:
Would you consider an alternate expression of these course requirements as follows:
This section is suggested (if they exist) but optional.