The Biostatistics minor is designed to complement majors in other disciplines to allow students exposure to applied statistical methods, focusing on those used in the field of biostatistics. These methods enable students to conduct research in applied fields, broaden employment possibilities, and appeal to graduate schools seeking students with a quantitative background.
Minor Requirements (15 units)
The minor in biostatistics is designed to provide a general background in statistics for students majoring in other areas. It is of particular value to students majoring in such disciplines as biology and health sciences. The minor in biostatistics will broaden students’ understanding of statistics with applications to biological sciences and will expand employment opportunities. The minor consists of 15 units.
Note: Some courses have prerequisites not listed in the minor.
Choose one (1) of the following pair of courses for 6 units: