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Sonoma State University
Applied Statistics B.A.

The B.A. in applied statistics is intended for students pursuing a degree in another discipline such as economics, psychology, biology, or others. These students may be interested in taking more statistics classes to prepare themselves for jobs in industry or success in graduate school in another field. The B.A. allows upper-division units from another major to count as part of the ?area of concentration,? and is focused on developing practical skills such as regression analysis and ANOVA, and on gaining proficiency with statistical software packages such as SAS and SPSS. Students are strongly encouraged to earn the B.A. as part of a double major in a complementary field. This B.A. program will prepare students for work in areas including government and industry, biostatistics, actuarial work, and consultative problem-solving in modern industry.

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