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San Francisco State University
Statistics B.S.

The Bachelor of Science in Statistics is an interdisciplinary program for students who intend to pursue an advanced degree, or who are planning careers as statisticians in industry, business, government, or biomedical research. Statistics is basic to quantitative research in the biological, physical, and social sciences. Because its methods are based on mathematics, it requires a firm understanding of mathematical methods as well as an appreciation of scientific methods, computation, and practical problems. To give the student both breadth and depth and to introduce the student to a variety of fields where statistics may be applied, three emphases are offered: science, business, and economics.

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  CSU GE-Breadth/IGETC recommended for this major? Yes
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