Loyola University Maryland

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Major in Statistics

After the traditional grounding in Calculus and Statistics in the first year, the Sophomore year exposes students to courses in various other branches of mathematics that provide a solid foundation for their further study of statistics. The choice of concentration in the statistics major partially determines what sequence of courses the student pursues in junior and senior year.

Information about AP Credit.

First Year

Fall Spring
MA 251 - Calculus I MA 252 - Calculus II
CS 151 - Computer Science through Programming ST 210 - Statistics

Computing Notes:

While CS 212 is not a requirement for the degree, the practice of statistics requires a solid knowledge of computing. We strongly recommend that you take CS 212 either in the spring of freshman year or your sophomore year.  Actuarial Sciences concentrators are strongly encouraged to take IS251.

Second Year

Fall Spring
MA 351 - Calculus III MA 301- Introduction to Linear Algebra
MA 395 - Discrete Methods ST 310 - Statistical Computing

Third and Fourth Year

At this point a student could narrow their focus by choosing one of the two concentrations: Statistics or Actuarial Sciences. Students take eight 400-level courses chosen in consultation with a faculty advisor. The coordinators are listed here.

Lisa Oberbroekling
Faculty

Lisa Oberbroeckling

As class dean for the Class of 2022, Dr. Oberbroeckling hopes to lead and mentor Loyola students

Mathematics and Statistics