# Mathematics and Statistics

## About Us

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs designed for students with diverse career or higher educational goals. The faculty assists students achieve these goals with up-to-date courses, seminars, and research or internship projects. Our faculty members maintain highly productive research programs which regularly result in publications in leading journals and academic presses. Much of the faculty research is supported by external agencies. The faculty is also actively engaged in modernizing our elementary course offerings both in content and in the use of technology.

## Mission

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Loyola University Chicago, in the College of Arts and Sciences, supports the Jesuit ideal of knowledge in the service of humanity. The department endeavors to advance knowledge in mathematics and statistics, engaged with Chicago, the nation and the world. To achieve this mission, the department participates in the discovery, development, demonstration and dissemination of professional knowledge and practice within a context of professional ethics and service to others.

Beyond honing students' analytical skills, the mathematics and statistics curricula also foster critical thinking and the ability to articulate it... skills that are in high demand in many diverse fields.

### Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics will work to ensure that we invest in each student’s success, sense of belonging, and cultural competency. We will strive to engage, empower, inform, and hold our faculty and students accountable for fostering an environment where every person shares in the responsibility for advancing diversity and inclusive excellence. Likewise, the department decisions and policies will be crafted with these goals in mind. We commit to this mission recognizing a definition of diversity that includes, but is not limited to, race, ethnicity, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, military/veteran status, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, socio-economic background, and residency.

## Undergraduate Programs

- Actuarial Science Minor
- Applied Mathematics (BS)
- Applied Statistics (BS/MS)
- Biostatistics Minor
- Data Science/Applied Statistics (BS/MS)
- Data Science/Mathematics (BS/MS)
- Mathematics (BS)
- Mathematics (BS/MS)
- Mathematics/Applied Statistics (BS/MS)
- Mathematics - Education Track (BS)
- Mathematics and Computer Science (BS)
- Mathematics and Computer Science/Mathematics (BS/MS)
- Mathematics Minor
- Statistics (BS)
- Statistics/Applied Statistics (BS/MS)
- Statistics Minor
- Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics (BS)

## Mathematics and Statistics Department Policies

### Registration Restrictions

Students who have successfully completed (with a grade of C- or higher) any 100-level course are not permitted to take or repeat a prerequisite of such course without explicit permission from the Chair or Assistant Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. For example, a student who earned a grade of B in MATH 161 Calculus I is not permitted to register for MATH 100 Intermediate Algebra, MATH 117 Precalculus I or MATH 118 Precalculus II.

### Prerequisite Policy

A student’s lack of appropriate course prerequisites constitutes **grounds for withdrawal** from the class at any time.

### AP Course Credit Policies

Students may receive credit for the following courses if they earn an appropriate score on an Advanced Placement Test offered by the College Board.

### AP Calculus

Credit for the AP Calculus exams will be awarded as follows:

- 4–5 on AB Calculus Exam 4 credits for MATH 161 Calculus I;
- 4–5 on BC Calculus Exam 8 credits for MATH 161 Calculus I and MATH 162A Calculus II, Alternate;
- 4–5 on AB portion of BC Calculus Exam 4 credits for MATH 161 Calculus I.

### AP Statistics

A score of 4 or 5 results in credit for STAT 103 Fundamentals of Statistics.

### Policy on Multiple Majors or Minors

The following modifies and clarifies the "Double-Dipping" policy of the College of Arts & Sciences, as it pertains to the Department of Mathematics & Statistics.

Most combinations of majors or minors are allowed. In particular, combinations of majors will be permitted as long as students respect the College of Arts & Sciences policy that each major should include 21 credit hours not being counted for another major, along with the following restrictions specific to the Department of Mathematics & Statistics:

- MATH-BS
*may*be paired with TPAM-BS, but**may not**be earned together with a*double-major*in TPAM-BS plus any Physics major (*e.g.*, BPHY-BS, PCSC-BS, PHYS-BS) - MATH-BS
*may*be paired with MSCS-BS, but**may not**be earned together with a*double-major*in MCSC-BS plus any Computer Science major. - DSCI-BS
*may*be paired with either STAS-BS or a computer science major, but not with a double major in statistics and computer science.

All Minors offered by the department must contain at least 6 credit hours at the 200 level or above not used to satisfy requirements of any other major or minor, and at least three of these must be at the 300 level. This condition may be met by taking additional electives, if necessary, from the electives list for the minor. Furthermore, the following combinations are not allowed. All other combinations are allowed provided they meet the above criteria

- ACTU-MINR
**may not**be earned together with STAS-BS or DSCI-BS - BIOS-MINR
**may not**be earned along with STAS-BS or DSCI-BS - MATH-MINR
**may not**be earned together with AMTH-BS, MATH-BS, MCSC-BS, MTED-BS, TPAM-BS - STAT-MINR
**may not**be earned together with STAS-BS. STAT-MINR**may**be earned with DSCI-BS but**only**if STAT 304 Introduction to Probability and STAT 305 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics are taken as electives. - DSCI-MINR
**may not**be earned along with DSCI-BS or a double major with STAS-BS and any computer science major.

Otherwise, any of our minors may be awarded along with a major in Biology, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or Statistics with a minimum of 6 unique credit hours. Other combinations where the number of unique credit hours is at least 6 but below 8 may be approved on a case-by-case basis.

### Performance Withdrawal Policy

A student **may be withdrawn from any of our majors** if:

- The student receives 2 grades less than C- in a two-year period in courses required for the major, or
- The student has a GPA in the major < 2.0 after completion of all 100-level and 200-level requirements.
- The chair has the right to reinstate students in the major for exceptional cases.

**This policy will be enforced beginning in fall 2021, meaning poor grades from AY2020-2021 and before will not be considered.

## Undergraduate Policies and Procedures

Please see Undergraduate Policies and Procedures for academic policies that supersede those of academic units within the University.

## Mathematical Sciences (MATH)

**MATH 99**

**Problem-Solving Methods in Mathematics**

**(0 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students with weak backgrounds in basics mathematics will receive the preparation needed to enroll in Mathematics 100**MATH 100**

**Intermediate Algebra**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*ACMAT100/MATH100

**Outcomes**

Students with weak algebraic backgrounds will receive the preparation needed to use algebra in other courses or, if they plan to take calculus, to enroll in College Algebra**MATH 108**

**Real World Modeling with Mathematics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Knowledge Area:*Quantitative Knowledge

**Outcomes**

Students will understand the usefulness of mathematical modeling in a variety of disciplines within the life sciences, the social sciences, and business; This course satisfies the quantitative literacy requirement of the core curriculum**MATH 117**

**Precalculus I**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*Math Placement Test or MATH 100

**Outcomes**

Students who plan to study calculus will obtain the algebraic background needed to enroll in precalculus**MATH 118**

**Precalculus II**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*Math Placement Test or MATH 117

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain the background needed to enroll in either of the departments calculus sequences**MATH 123**

**Topics**

**(1-3 Credit Hours)**

**MATH 131**

**Applied Calculus I**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*Math Placement Test or MATH 118

*Interdisciplinary Option:*Bioinformatics, Forensic Science

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of calculus and methods for applying calculus (especially differential calculus), including modeling/analyzing processes (such as population growth and cooling), interpreting the derivative (numerical, graphical, and algebraic), and optimization (such as finding the time and level for a peak drug concentration)**MATH 132**

**Applied Calculus II**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 131

*Interdisciplinary Option:*Bioinformatics, Forensic Science

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of integral and multi-variable calculus, including modeling/analyzing processes with the integral, optimization of functions of several variables, and modeling with differential equations**MATH 140L**

**Geometry for Middle Grade Teachers**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of the geometry topics taught in the middle grade mathematics curriculum**MATH 141L**

**Number Theory for Middle Grade Teachers**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of topics from Number Theory that are addressed in the middle grade mathematics curriculum**MATH 142L**

**History of Mathematics for Middle Grade Teachers**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain a unique historical perspective on the various areas of mathematics that are studied in the middle grade mathematics curriculum**MATH 143L**

**Probability and Statistics for Middle Grade Teachers**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain a background in the fundamentals of descriptive and inferential statistics, along with an understanding of their uses and misuses, as addressed in middle school mathematics curriculum**MATH 147**

**Mathematics For Teachers I**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-CIEP104/MATH147

**MATH 148**

**Mathematics For Teachers II**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-CIEP105/MATH148

**MATH 149**

**Intro to Computer Science For Teachers**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-COMP120/MATH149

**MATH 161**

**Calculus I**

**(4 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*Math Placement Test or MATH 118

*Interdisciplinary Option:*Bioinformatics, Forensic Science

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain the background needed to enroll in Calculus II**MATH 162**

**Calculus II**

**(4 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 161

*Interdisciplinary Option:*Bioinformatics

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain the background needed for further study in mathematics and to apply mathematics in the physical sciences**MATH 162A**

**Calculus II, Alternate**

**(4 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 161

*Interdisciplinary Option:*Bioinformatics

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain the background needed for further study in mathematics and to apply mathematics in the physical sciences**MATH 170**

**Service Learning in Mathematics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*B+ or higher in any of the following (MATH 118 or MATH 131 or MATH 132 or MATH 161 or MATH 162 or MATH 263 or MATH 263A)

**Outcomes**

Students in this course will deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts and skills and be able to communicate this effectively to diverse communities of learners**MATH 201**

**Introduction to Discrete Mathematics & Number Theory**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of the basic concepts and techniques involved in constructing rigorous proofs of mathematical statements**MATH 212**

**Linear Algebra**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will receive an introduction to abstract mathematics in a setting that encourages the thinking needed in more advanced mathematics courses**MATH 215**

**Object-Oriented Programming with Mathematics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-COMP215/MATH215

**Outcomes**

Students will learn basic scripting and object-oriented programming, with the goal of being able to solve mathematical and scientific problems**MATH 263**

**Multivariable Calculus**

**(4 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 162

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of multivariable calculus and its applications, as well as background needed for the study of more advanced mathematics**MATH 263A**

**Multivariable Calculus, Alternate**

**(4 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 162A

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of multivariable calculus and its applications, as well as background needed for the study of more advanced mathematics**MATH 264**

**Ordinary Differential Equations**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of elementary differential equations and their applications**MATH 266**

**Differential Equations and Linear Algebra**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will learn fundamental results and methods in ordinary differential equations and linear algebra, with a strong emphasis on topics that are particularly relevant for Engineering Science**MATH 277**

**Problem-Solving Seminar**

**(1 Credit Hour)**

**MATH 298**

**Mathematics Seminar**

**(1-3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an initial insight into a number of areas of advanced study in mathematics**MATH 301**

**History of Mathematics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain a unique historical perspective on the various areas of mathematics that they are studying in their other courses**MATH 304**

**Introduction to Probability**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH304/STAT304

**MATH 305**

**Introduction to Mathematical Statistics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH305/STAT305

**MATH 306**

**Intro to Stochastic Processes**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH306/STAT306

**MATH 309**

**Numerical Methods**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-COMP309/MATH309

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of how numerical methods can be used in a variety of areas of mathematics**MATH 313**

**Abstract Algebra**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of abstract structures that will prepare them for advanced work in mathematics**MATH 314**

**Advanced Topics Abstract Algebra**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 313

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of advanced abstract structures that will prepare them for graduate level work in mathematics**MATH 315**

**Advanced Topics in Linear Algebra**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 313

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of advanced linear algebra structures that will prepare them for graduate level work in mathematics**MATH 318**

**Combinatorics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of the basic topics in combinatorics that will prepare them for advanced study of related topics in mathematics and computer science**MATH 320**

**Mathematical Logic**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 201

**Outcomes**

Students will develop a fuller understanding of mathematical logic and therefore of the underlying theory behind proofs of mathematical assertions**MATH 322**

**Advanced Number Theory**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 201

**Outcomes**

Students will be able to solve important practical and theoretical number theory problems; Students will be exposed to both significant recently solved number theory problems and currently unsolved conjectures**MATH 328**

**Algebraic Coding Theory**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH328/COMP328

**MATH 331**

**Cryptography**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*Theoretical Foundations: MATH201 or COMP363; Programming Foundations: COMP125 or COMP150 or COMP170 or COMP/MATH 215

*Course equivalencies:*X-COMP331/MATH331

**Outcomes**

Students will gain an understanding of cryptosystems widely used to protect data security on the internet, and be able to apply the ideas in new situations as needed**MATH 344**

**Geometry**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 212

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of the many different geometries that are studied by teachers and researchers**MATH 345**

**Introduction to Financial Mathematics Derivatives**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

The students will gain knowledge of the theory of options, bond and stock pricing, portfolio optimization, and will be exposed to other relevant applications of Mathematics to Finance**MATH 351**

**Introduction to Real Analysis I**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of the fundamentals of real analysis that will prepare them for advanced work in mathematics**MATH 352**

**Introduction to Real Analysis II**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 351

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of topics in advanced analysis that will prepare them for graduate level work in mathematics**MATH 353**

**Introductory Complex Analysis**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of the fundamentals of complex analysis that will prepare them for advanced work in mathematics**MATH 355**

**Methods of Applied Mathematics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 264

*Course equivalencies:*X-PHYS301/PHYS271/MATH355

**Outcomes**

Facility with mathematical methods used in sciences and engineering**MATH 356**

**Mathematical Modeling**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 266 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations or (MATH 264 Ordinary Differential Equations and MATH 212 Linear Algebra)

**Outcomes**

Students will learn how to formulate mathematical models**MATH 358**

**Introduction to Optimization**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH358/STAT358

**Outcomes**

Students will learn how to recognize optimization problems, model real-life challenges as optimization problems, perform mathematical analysis of the problems, and solve the problems using computational tools**MATH 360**

**Introduction to Game Theory**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**MATH 365**

**Introduction to Partial Differential Equations**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will learn fundamental results and methods in partial differential equations and their applications**MATH 366**

**Applied Dynamical Systems**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 266 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations or (MATH 264 Ordinary Differential Equations and MATH 212 Linear Algebra)

**MATH 376**

**Formal Language & Automata**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-COMP376/MATH376

**Outcomes**

An understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of computability and complexity in computer science**MATH 386**

**Introduction to Topology**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 351

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain a background in topology that will allow them to apply this topic to other areas of mathematics or to pursue graduate studies**MATH 388**

**Special Topics in Mathematics**

**(1-3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of an advanced topic in their major**MATH 390**

**Undergraduate Seminar**

**(1 Credit Hour)**

**Outcomes**

Students will gain the ability to present material in Mathematics and applications to a general audience**MATH 395**

**Capstone Seminar**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 313 Abstract Algebra, MATH 351 Introduction to Real Analysis I, and MATH 390 Undergraduate Seminar

**Outcomes**

Students will learn how to integrate previous knowledge in exploring new topics in Mathematics, discover applications to other disciplines, and refine their mathematical writing and presentation skills**MATH 398**

**Independent Study**

**(1-6 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of an advanced topic in their major## Statistics (STAT)

**STAT 103**

**Fundamentals of Statistics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Knowledge Area:*Quantitative Knowledge

*Course equivalencies:*ISOM/H/MGSC241/STAT103/ACST101

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain a background in the fundamentals of descriptive and inferential statistics along with an understanding of their uses and misuses; This course satisfies the quantitative literacy requirement of the core curriculum**STAT 203**

**Introduction to Probability & Statistics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 132 or MATH 162 or MATH 162A; MATH 162 may also be taken concurrently as a co-requisite

**Outcomes**

The students will obtain required knowledge in probability and statistics useful in every area of engineering and science**STAT 303**

**SAS Programming & Applied Statistics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students obtain extensive experience with data-set manipulations, SAS procedures, and their application in contexts such as t-tests, simple and multiple regression, ANOVA, and regression**STAT 304**

**Introduction to Probability**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH304/STAT304

**Outcomes**

Students obtain the theoretical background in probability needed for further study in probability and statistics**STAT 305**

**Introduction to Mathematical Statistics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH305/STAT305

**Outcomes**

Students obtain the theoretical background in statistics needed for graduate level work in probability and statistics**STAT 306**

**Intro to Stochastic Processes**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-MATH306/STAT306

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain a background in stochastic processes that will allow them to apply them in areas like genetics, population growth, inventory, cash management, and gambling theory**STAT 307**

**Statistical Design & Analysis of Experiments**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain the background in statistical design and analysis of experiments needed to apply them in their own areas of interest**STAT 308**

**Applied Regression Analysis**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an extensive background in the applications of regression analysis**STAT 310**

**Categorical Data Analysis**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**STAT 311**

**Applied Survival Analysis**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*STAT 308 (Applied Regression Analysis)

**Outcomes**

Derive survival and hazard functions from an underlying distribution, calculate survival probabilities and hazard rates, compare survival probabilities and hazard ratios between two or more cohorts**STAT 321**

**Computational Aspects of Modeling and Simulation**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*STAT 308

*Course equivalencies:*X-STAT356/COMP321/STAT321

**Outcomes**

Students will gain practical experience and knowledge in real-world statistical situations for which underlying theory is cumbersome or intractable**STAT 335**

**Introduction to Biostatistics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*BIOL 102, MATH 132 or MATH 162 (as pre-requisite or co-requisite) or MATH 162A; Students may take MATH 162 as a prerequisite for STAT/BIOL 335 or take it concurrently as a corequisite with STAT/BIOL 335; For Bioinformatics Majors only BIOL 101, MATH 132 or MATH 162 (as pre-requisite or co-requisite) or MATH 162A

*Interdisciplinary Option:*Bioinformatics, Forensic Science

*Course equivalencies:*X-BIOL335/STAT335

**Outcomes**

Students interested in research in the life sciences will obtain a background in the appropriate use of statistical methods as an experimental tool**STAT 336**

**Advanced Biostatistics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*X-STAT336/BIOL336

**Outcomes**

Students interested in applied statistical methods will obtain skill in experimental design, linear regression, categorical data analysis and logistic analysis, nonlinear regression, bioassay and drug synergy methods, as well as multivariate and survival statistical methods**STAT 337**

**Quantitative Methods in Bioinformatics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Interdisciplinary Option:*Bioinformatics

*Course equivalencies:*XSTAT337/BIOL337/BIOI337

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain the quantitative skills used in BLAST, including inference, stochastic processes and hidden Markov models, random walks, microarray analysis and biological sequence analysis**STAT 338**

**Predictive Analytics**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*STAT 308

**Outcomes**

Learn methods for predicting and classifying; Model Selection; Evaluate the effectiveness and accuracy of a model/prediction**STAT 351**

**Nonparametric Statistical Methods**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

**STAT 370**

**Data Science Consulting**

**(3 Credit Hours)**

*Pre-requisites:*STAT 308

**Outcomes**

1) Apply methods learned in classes to a address a real world problem; 2) Oral and Written presentation skills; 3) Collaboration skills**STAT 388**

**Topics**

**(1-3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of an advanced topic in their major**STAT 390**

**Undergraduate Seminar**

**(1 Credit Hour)**

**Outcomes**

Students will gain the ability to present material in Statistics, and their applications to a general audience**STAT 391**

**Internship in Actuarial Science**

**(1-3 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain first hand experience doing actuarial work in a real world environment**STAT 396**

**Actuarial Seminar I**

**(1 Credit Hour)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 263

**Outcomes**

The purpose of the seminar is to prepare students for the Actuarial Exam P; The students will also learn test-taking strategies and will have the opportunity to take practice tests**STAT 397**

**Actuarial Seminar II**

**(1 Credit Hour)**

*Pre-requisites:*MATH 263

**Outcomes**

The purpose of the seminar is to prepare students for the Actuarial Exam P; The students will also learn test-taking strategies and will have the opportunity to take practice tests**STAT 398**

**Independent Study**

**(1-6 Credit Hours)**

**Outcomes**

Students will obtain an understanding of an advanced topic in their major**STAT 399H**

**Honors Tutorial**

**(1-3 Credit Hours)**

*Course equivalencies:*STAT399H / STAT399