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Statistics Emphasis


Harness the power of statistics.

Statistics isn't just about crunching numbers—it's about unlocking insights, making informed decisions and driving real-world impact. With a concentration in statistics, the possibilities are endless. Whether you're interested in business, industry, government or further professional training in graduate school, our program prepares you for success in a variety of fields.

Course Requirements

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About the Statistics Emphasis

Our emphasis in statistics at UW-Green Bay offers an exciting journey through applied courses in experimental design, multivariate statistical analysis and applied regression analysis. But that's not all – we also equip students with a strong foundation in statistical computing, giving you the tools you need to excel in today's data-driven world.

120 credits

In order to graduate with a bachelor's degree, you must earn a total of 120 credits. Of those, you need 47 credits in the mathematics major to complete the statistics emphasis.

Required Courses

Courses Offered

See a complete list of courses UW-Green Bay offers in the Mathematics and Statistics Department.

4 Years to Complete

It's possible to earn your statistics emphasis and complete your degree in four years, even if you're starting with Elementary Algebra (MATH 94) in your first year. Talk to an advisor to set up your four-year math degree plan. 

30% Job Growth

Projected mathematician and statistician job growth from 2022 to 2032, U.S. Bureau of of Labor Statistics

High Salary

$99,960 national median salary for mathematicians and statisticians, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2022


Local companies with global reach are looking for you.

Compatible minors

Statistics can be applied to a vast array of fields or issues, so don't let this list limit you. These are just a few minors you can earn at UW-Green Bay that pair well with a major in statistics:

  • Accounting
  • Actuarial Science
  • Business Administration
  • Communication
  • Computer Science
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Personal Financial Planning
UWGB Mathematics Professor and Chair Woo Jeon

How can we help?

If you've got questions about statistics classes or an emphasis in statistics, we're here to help. Whether you're puzzling over which emphasis to choose or stumped by standard deviations, we're just a message away to provide clarity and support.

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