Undergraduate Program
Overview
Students who wish to declare a major in statistics must fulfill general University requirements which all undergraduates must satisfy, as well as all breadth requirements of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences . Some of the requirements for the major may also fulfill some of the College's breadth requirements. Consult with a department advisor for course planning.
B.A. in Statistics
Core Requirements (24 to 25 units): a) CS 010, MATH 008B or MATH 009A, MATH 009B, MATH 009C, MATH 010A 
Upper Division Requirements (36 units): 
B.S. in Statistics
Core Requirements (24 to 25 units): a) CS 010, MATH 008B or MATH 009A, 
Upper Division Requirements (52 units): (1) STAT 147, STAT 155, STAT 157, STAT 170A, STAT 170Bb) Sixteen (16) units of additional course work chosen, with the approval of the major advisor, from Statistics courses numbered 104 and higher or from related fields. Note: An introductory Statistics class such as STAT 048, or STAT 100A is strongly recommended. 
B.S. in Statistics with Options in Statistical Computing
The requirements for this option are in addition to the requirements for the B.S. in Statistics, except that the option requirement takes the place of the 16 units in b) above.
Lowerdivision requirements (8 units): 
Upperdivision requirements (16 units) (1) CS 141, CS 177 
B.S. in Statistics with Options in Quantitative Management
Lower Division Requirements (16 units): a) ECON 003 
Upper Division Requirements (52 units): Sixteen units of upper division course work Math 113 Three courses from one area

Minor in Statistics
The minor in Applied Statistics is designed to give students in either the social sciences or the physical sciences a cohesive set of statistics courses to deal with the data analytic aspects of their disciplines and to understand the statistical summaries that are encountered in everyday activities.
STAT 100A, STAT 100B
Eight (8) units from STAT 110, STAT 127/BUS 127, STAT 130, STAT 140, STAT
146
Four (4) units from STAT 147, STAT 157
Four (4) additional units from 2. or 3. above
Of the specified upperdivision units, a minimum of 16 must be unique to the minor and may not be used to satisfy major requirements. No more than 4 units may be in courses numbered 190 through 199.