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Columbia College Bachelor of Science in Statistics

Shape the future by turning raw data into actionable insights, mastering the science of decision-making in an uncertain world.

Why This Program?

Statistics is not just about numbers—it's about leveraging data to solve complex problems and make informed decisions. Our Bachelor of Science in Statistics prepares you to navigate an increasingly data-driven world with confidence. Whether you're interested in government, business, healthcare, or research, the ability to translate data into strategic action has become a crucial asset in any industry.

What You'll Learn

Our curriculum will equip you with the skills to design and conduct experiments and surveys, analyze complex datasets, and interpret your findings in meaningful ways. Beyond the numbers, you’ll develop a keen sense for identifying patterns and making predictions that can guide an organization’s strategy in the face of uncertainty.

Opportunities to study:

  • Introduction to Python Programming
  • Statistics for the Behavioral and Natural Sciences
  • Multivariate Calculus
  • Introduction to Probability Theory
  • Mathematical Statistics and Probability
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  • Core requirements 37 credit hours
  • Total degree requirements 120 credit hours

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