Statistics: Doctoral Minor
The Doctoral Minor in Statistics is designed for PhD students from a wide range of backgrounds to add a minor in statistics to their transcript. In today’s world of data analytics and big data, being able to collect and analyze data is even more critical than ever before. Our department offers courses in both theory and application of statistical ideas and techniques to help students gain an edge in the workplace. We are confident that adding the Doctoral Minor in Statistics to your transcript will enhance your resume, your job options, and the depth and breadth of your future research projects.
The program is best suited for those UNCG PhD students who wish to enhance their data analysis skills. They can obtain a doctoral minor in statistics by completing 18 semester hours of graduate statistics courses at 600 level or above. To find out more about the program and its requirements, see Statistics – Doctoral Minor in the catalog.