The plan listed below is designed to provide suggestions for sequencing your major courses, but there are also other ways to sequence most majors. This plan is meant to provide aid in early, provisional planning. Please consult with your academic advisor to make strategic academic decisions about which courses to take each semester.

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Sample Four Year Plan: Statistics - Theoretical Concentration (BS/BA)

FALL - Semester 1

MATH 198: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
STAT 101: Freshman Seminar
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) Coursework
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) Foreign Language

SPRING - Semester 2

MATH 263: Calculus II
CS 170: Introduction to Computer Science I
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) Coursework
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) Foreign Language

FALL - Semester 3

MATH 264: Calculus III
STAT 290: Statistics
MATH 200: WE/Foundations of Mathematics
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) Coursework

SPRING - Semester 4

MATH 357: Linear Algebra
STAT 250: Statistical Computing
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) Coursework

FALL - Semester 5

STAT 398: Intermediate Seminar in Statistics
STAT 570: Mathematical Probability & Statistics I
Junior Interdisciplinary Seminar (JINS)
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) or BS Coursework

SPRING - Semester 6

STAT 300+ Elective
STAT 571: Mathematical Probability & Statistics II
Liberal Studies Program (LSP) or BS Coursework

FALL - Semester 7

STAT 497/498 Capstone/Senior Seminar
STAT 478: Regression Analysis
MATH 471: Advanced Calculus
Electives as needed

SPRING - Semester 8

STAT 400+ Elective
Electives as needed


Department chair: please contact Jonathan Vieker with any updates to the plan above.

This is a sample course sequence to illustrate class offerings for this major. The Office of the Registrar is responsible for certifying completion of degree requirements based on requirements specified in Truman's Official Catalog.

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