Mathematical Statistics and Probability

1. Program Description

 

  • Faculty: Mathematics and statistics

 

  • Degrees conferred: Bachelor Mathematical Statistics and Probability

 

  • Overview of the program: The program aims to help students acquire the conceptual, computational, and mathematical tools for quantifying uncertainty and making sense of complex data arising from many applications in the world. The applications of statistics range widely from sciences such as mathematics, physics…to the business world such as finance, investment, banking, corporate operation… Students will be able to use quantitative methods to analyze data, make rational decisions under uncertainty, design experiments, model randomness and variability in the world…to participate in a variety of career paths.

 

 

2. Intended Program Outcomes

 

Students who graduate with a major in Statistics should be able to work as:

  • Statistics specialists/ data analysts at government’s statistics-related department such as the General Department of Statistics and local department; as well as non-governmental agencies and companies to help make government policy or business strategy development.
  • Researchers, trainers, and instructors in the application/interaction of statistics with other disciplines.

 

 

3. Degree curriculum

 

For general, minor and elective courses, only courses mostly related to the program are listed.

 

3.1. General courses

 

3.2. Foundation courses

 

 

3.3. Major courses

 

  • Metric spaces
  • Measure Theory
  • Probability and Inferential Statistics
  • Multivariate Statistics
  • Databases
  • Data Analysis
  • Stochastic Progress
  • Forecast
  • Sampling Methods
  • Seminar 1
  • Seminar 2
  • Bachelor Thesis

 

3.4. Elective courses

 

 

3.5. Additional courses and requirements

English: TOEIC 500