Undergraduate Admission
A) Admission rules for undergraduate students: 1. The student MUST pass the following three courses a. English (161) b. Calculus A (101) c. Principles of Statistics (101) 2. The student is also required to pass THREE of the following courses a. Calculus B* (102) b. Linear Algebra* (111) c. STAT (160) d. General Chemistry for nonchemists (110) e. General Physics (101) f. General Geology (101) 3. The student must obtain a grade of C or higher in the following two courses: a. Principles of Statistics (101) b. Calculus A (102) 4. The student's grade point average (GPA) in the six courses required to apply to the program must be 2 points (C) or higher. 5. Students' admission to the program is based on a. The students GPA in the six required courses (students will compete with each other based on this GPA). b. The number of positions available in the applied to program. Note: Students in the college are divided into groups based on their year of admission to the university. Students in each group compete with other students in the same group. * recommended courses 1. For students majoring in Applied Statistics or Statistics and Operations Research: The student has the freedom of choice of any minor in the university after obtaining 2. For students wishing to minor in Statistics & Operations Research: a. Number of Mandatory Credits: Students are required to complete 4 Compulsory Courses (total of 12 credits): i. Introduction to probability (210): 3 credits ii. Statistical Methods (240): 3 credits iii. Operations Research I (250): 3 credits iv. Operations Research II (350): 3 credits b. Elective credits: The student may choose any 4 courses (total of 12 credits) from the statistics and operations research department as elective courses, except for the courses 101,102,104,201,202, and 302 offered by the Department of Statistics and Operations Research. 3. Minor in Applied Statistics: a. Number of Mandatory Credits: Students are required to complete 4 Compulsory Courses (total of 12 credits): i. Introduction to probability (210): 3 credits ii. Statistical Methods (240): 3 credits iii. Statistical Packages (250): 3 credits iv. Regression Analysis (350): 3 credits b. Elective credits: The student may choose any 4 courses (total of 12 credits) from the statistics and operations research department as elective courses, except for the courses 101,102,104,201,202, and 302 offered by the Department of Statistics and Operations Research. Note: Students Majoring in Statistics and Operations Research may not apply for this program. The student may apply for the minor specialization after passing 45 credits. Total number of required credits: 24 C) Rules for transferring to the Department of Statistics & Operations Research 1. The student’s GPA must not be less than (C+), 2.33 points. 2. The student has to have passed at least one statistics and operations research course. 3. The student has to have completed two of the following courses with an average of C+ or higher (GPA of 2.33 or higher): a. 101 Calculus A b. 102 Calculus B c. 111 Linear Algebra d. Any of the following statistics courses (210, 230, 240, or 250). (Note that the first grade will be ignored and the new grade will be taken if the course is repeated. In the case of a course being repeated more than once the average of the last two grades will be taken in place of the initial grade.) 4. If the student has taken more than two courses in list (3) then, the student's grade point average in these courses must be 2.00 or higher. (Note that the first grade will be ignored and the new grade will be taken if the course is repeated. In the case of a course being repeated more than once, the average of the last two grades will be taken in place of the initial grade.) 5. Students must also meet the department of statistics and operations research admission requirements for undergraduate students enrolled under the general major of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. (These requirements are stated in part A above). Note: For statistics and operations research students that wish to transferbetween the two specializations of the department, the student must not be on probations list.

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