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Guidelines for course selection in the Department of Statistics
I. The graduation requirement for the undergraduate program is a minimum of 138 credits.
II. Certain selective courses such as Physical Education for Seniors and Military Training Education for Sophomores are not valid credits for the graduation requirement.
III. Freshman, sophomore and junior students are required to take courses for a minimum of 12 credits each semester while seniors must take a minimum of 10 credits. Based on personal preference, a course overload or underload request can be submitted for each semester for a maximum of 6 credits for either request.
1. Probability Theory: students who obtain an average grade of 60 or more in Calculus for both semesters are eligible to register for Probability Theory. Students who fail to obtain an average grade of 60 in Calculus for two or more times are eligible to register for Probability Theory. Those who have not taken Probability Theory are ineligible to register for Mathematical Statistics.
2. Mathematical Statistics (I) & (II): students who obtain an average grade of 60 or more in Calculus for both semesters and Probability Theory are eligible to register for Mathematical Statistics. Students who fail Probability Theory two or more times are eligible to register for Mathematical Statistics (I).
V. Undergraduate required courses include Statistics, Economics for Freshmen, Commercial Law for Sophomores, and Social Responsibility and Ethics for Juniors, which will be automatically registered by the computer system and do not require online registration. College-required interdisciplinary courses such as Fundamental Accounting (I), Fundamental Accounting (II), and Management Science require online registration or registration by phone. Please contact the relevant departmental office for registration methods or restrictions regarding other general and elective interdisciplinary courses.