The Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Statistics is designed to allow students to be employed in areas requiring tools of statistics and applied mathematics related to data-based decision-making processes. The advent of high-speed computers and technological advances being made in this area have encouraged the development of, and have resulted in, important advances that constitute significant statistical tools for such areas as the life sciences, administrative/managerial sciences, and the social/behavioral sciences. This degree plan is specifically designed for students who intend to teach high school mathematics. Therefore, the Urban Education Concentration is required.
- an approved university minor or concentration
- sustained the development of writing and speaking proficiency
- extended education requirements that permit more study of the natural sciences
This degree program is specifically designed for students who intend to teach high school mathematics. Therefore, enrollment in Urban Education Concentration courses is required. It will help prepare students for various graduate or professional programs including mathematics and mathematics education. The program will also prepare students for rewarding careers through smaller classes, faculty mentoring, modern labs, hands-on experience and flexible class options.
DEGREE PLAN INFORMATION
The following four-year degree plan is based on the UHD 2016-2017 academic catalog. Students should meet with a UHD Academic Advisor to develop their own plan.
ADMISSIONS AND DECLARATION OF MAJOR
Students may be admitted to and declare a major in Applied Statistics Major Secondary Mathematics Teacher Certification if they meet the following criteria:
This degree program is specifically designed for students who intend to teach grades 7-12 high school mathematics. Math concepts that teachers may cover in class are:
- scientific notation
- metric system in pre-algebra
Note: Public school teachers must be licensed by the state of Texas.
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