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Statistics and Quantitative Modeling

The statistics and quantitative modeling major is designed to develop quantitative thinking skills that are invaluable in business. The student will take courses from a variety of quantitative disciplines that focus extensively on statistical methodology, mathematical modeling, and computer implementation issues applied to business.

BBA in Statistics and Quantitative Modeling


The statistics and quantitative modeling major is designed to develop quantitative thinking skills that are invaluable in business. The student will take courses from a variety of quantitative disciplines that focus extensively on statistical methodology, mathematical modeling, and computer implementation issues applied to business. The use of the computer for the solution and analysis of business problems is an integral part of the program. Graduates of this program will have a broad foundation in statistics or quantitative modeling and will be well positioned for the analysis and solution of decision problems facing business and industry in the 21st century.

It is essential that the student consult with an area advisor to plan a program prior to taking any courses in the major

Required Courses (12 credits)

Crs
CIS 3100 Object-Oriented Programming 3
OPR 3450 Quantitative Decision Making for Business I 3
STA 3154 Business Statistics II 3
STA 3155 Intermediate Statistical Methods 3

Elective Courses (12 credits)

Electives may be selected after consultation with an advisor:
CIS 3400 Database Management Systems I 3
CIS 4100 Object-Oriented Programming II 3
OPR 3451 Quantitative Decision Making for Business II 3
OPR 3452 Systems Simulation 3
OPR 3453 Bayesian Statistical Inference and Decision Making 3
OPR 4470 Special Topics in Operations Research 3
OPR 5000 Independent Study and Research in Operations Research 3
STA 3156 Sampling Theory and Practice 3
STA 3253 Categorical Data Analysis 3
STA 3255 Statistical Quality Control Methods 3
STA 3560 Nonparametric Statistics 3
STA 4000 Introduction to SAS Programming 3
STA 4157 Design and Analysis of Experimental Data 3
STA 4158 Analysis of Time Series 3
STA 4370 Special Topics in Applied Statistics 3
STA 5000 Independent Study in Statistics 3
ECO 4300 Mathematical Economics 3
MKT 3600 Marketing Research 3
MGT 3710 Production Planning Systems 3
MTH 3020 Intermediate Calculus 3
MTH 4120 Introduction to Probability 4
MTH 4125 Introduction to Stochastic Processes 4
MTH 4130 Mathematics of Statistics 4
MTH 4140 Graph Theory 3
MTH 4320 Fundamental Algorithms 3
MTH 4451 Risk Theory 4
MTH 4500 Introductory Financial Mathematics 4



Other quantitative courses may be selected subject to approval of the area advisor. A maximum of 3 elective courses may be taken outside the Zicklin School of Business.

Note 1: OPR 3300 Quantitative Methods for Accounting may be substituted for OPR 3450 with the approval of the area advisor.
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