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The statistics minor is available for students who wish to gain a quantitative understanding of how to (a) measure uncertainty and (b) make good decisions on the basis of incomplete or imperfect information.
Learn more about Baskin Engineering’s statistical science graduate programs.
Undergraduate students with majors in computer science, economics, mathematics, and physics can apply to the pathway in order to earn a B.S. degree in their own major together with an M.S. degree in Statistical Science.
Students in the statistical science program learn to develop and use statistical methods to provide a probabilistic assessment of the variability in different data structures.
Students from a Ph.D. degree program, other than statistical science, who meet the following requirements can have the designated emphasis of “statistics” annotated to their degree title.
This program allows Ph.D. students from other UCSC graduate programs to apply state-of-the-art methods, including data wrangling, data visualization, statistical data analysis, and more.