Undergraduate programs

Four-year Honours Program

This is an intensive, systematic program of study in Statistics. It is the best preparation for post-graduate study and leads to entry level positions as statisticians.

To enter the Honours program students must have a "B" or better in STAT 2150. See the Statistics Program Charts and Program Information sections of the online Academic Calendar for further details.

Joint Honours Programs

These programs offer intensive studies not only in statistics but also in other related fields. Currently, the Department offers joint honours programs with actuarial science, economics and mathematics and computer science. See below for program specific details.

Statistics - Actuarial Mathematics Joint Honours Program

Statistics - Mathematics Joint Honours Program

Statistics - Computer Science Joint Honours Program

Statistics - Economics Joint Honours Program

Four-year Major Program

This program gives a more flexible but less intensive exposure to the subject of statistics. Graduates would be able to enter the workforce in junior positions.

To enter the four year Major program in Statistics, students must have a grade of "C+" or better in STAT 2150. See the Statistics Program Charts and Program Information sections of the online Academic Calendar for further details.

Accreditation of Courses

The Statistical Society of Canada has accredited most of the 3000-level and 4000-level statistical courses as being available for partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Associate Statistician (A.Stat.) designation.

Admission Requirements

Visit student affairs to learn more about admission requirements, application dates and how to apply.

Important Date

February 18 – February 22: Reading Week (No classes)

Upcoming Exam

STAT 1000 Midterm
Monday, March 4 at 5:30 p.m.

Upcoming Seminars

Statistics seminar: Aleeza Gerstein: “Levelling up R for Statistical Research and Teaching (Vignettes from RStudio::Conf)” — Thursday, February 28 at 2:45 p.m., P230 Duff Roblin.

Statistics seminar: Jame Fu: “Distribution of number of Levels in [s]-specified random permutation: A finite Markov Chain Imbedding Approach” — Thursday, March 7 at 2:45 p.m., P230 Duff Roblin.

Statistics seminar: Alison Gibbs: “Teaching Statistics in a Data Science World” — Thursday, March 21 at 2:45 p.m., P230 Duff Roblin.

Where are they now?

Llwellyn Maria Armstrong, M.Sc (1992)

Julie Mojica, M.Sc. (2003)