Student Learning Outcomes
The Department of Statistics is committed to providing high quality education for its majors, its, minors, and for the numerous students whom we serve in courses and in research consultations. Students should find their educational experiences to be both challenging and encouraging.
We seek to enable our graduates to:
- Recognize the importance of variation and uncertainty in the world and understand how Statistics can improve decisions when faced with uncertainty,
- Obtain knowledge of and proficiency with a broad range of statistical concepts and tools useful for statistical applications,
- Develop critical thinking skills that enable application of Statistics in new and unusual settings,
- Become responsible and competent statistical professionals at all levels of employment and successfully pursue any further goals in graduate and post-graduate educational programs.
The following links describe the objectives and outcomes which we expect our graduates to have mastered by the end of their program of study.
Learning Outcomes for Undergraduate Education in Statistics
Learning Outcomes for Graduate Education in Statistics