Statistics Minor

A more formal knowledge base in statistical theory, methods and techniques will greatly enhance your research and data-analysis capabilities in graduate school as well as in the field. Consider a minor in statistics to complement your bachelor’s degree program at Albion College.

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Why Study Statistics at Albion?

A minor in statistics will bring added significance to your already strong Albion academic credentials in the eyes of employers. It also serves as excellent preparation for more statistical-focused graduate study in your area of focus. An ideal fit with almost every major, the minor is especially recommended for Albion students majoring in a social science such as anthropology, economics, psychology or sociology.


What Will You Learn as a Statistics Minor?

You’ll become adept in the concepts around probability and variance, random sampling, estimation, regression, time series analysis and more.

You’ll routinely analyze data with the Minitab statistical analysis program in our Math/Stat Computing Laboratory.

You’ll build your overall quantitative skill set while enhancing the critical thinking and logical reasoning capabilities that are at the core of your academic major.