Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program in Statistics is concerned with a wide variety of data measurement and inferential problems across the range of natural and social sciences. This program can also be incorporated into a double degree through any of the Flexible Double groups.
The Bachelor of Statistics requires completion of 144 units, of which: A maximum of 60 units may come from completion of 1000-level courses, 96 units of compulsory courses and 48 units of electives.Student must complete one of the following 4 majors: applied statistics, probability and stochastic processes, statistical data analytics or theoretical statistics.
- applied statistics
- probability and stochastic processes
- statistical data analytics
- theoretical statistics.
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Prerequisites: ACT: Specialist Mathematics (major/minor) (160+) Recommended Studies: Specialist Mathematics (double major)
- NSW: HSC Mathematics Extension 1 with a minimum performance band of E3
- QLD: Mathematics B and Mathematics C, with a grade of 'H' in each
- SA/NT: Mathematics 1 (Double) and Mathematics 2 with a score of at least 15/20 in both subjects
- TAS: Mathematics Stage 2 and Mathematics Stage 3 with a score of at least 15/20 in both subjects
- VIC: Mathematical Methods 3&4 and Specialist Mathematics 3&4 with at least 36/50 in each subject
- WA: Applicable Mathematics and Calculus with a score of at least 72/100
- IB: Mathematics (HL) with at least 6
Statistical Society of Australia
Honours year available.
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Career opportunities: Applied research, for example market research, Academic research, particularly social sciences, The Government sector employs statisticians to assist with policy/program development and evaluation, Business analyst within finance and banking sector