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Statistics – Bachelor’s Degree Program (BA)

Statistics are not only essential to market research, financial analysis, and business projections, but they also enable organizations to employ data for improved outcomes. Businesses rely on statistics to plan, launch, analyze, and optimize short- and long-term market strategies. The W. P. Carey School at Arizona State University develops innovators in business statistics, preparing statistics degree graduates to address real-world problems and solve critical business issues in the face of uncertainty.  

Involving both theoretical and applied statistics, the bachelor degree in statistics focuses on practice and applied aspects of statistics. You’ll learn to draw business insights from the past, present, and future as defined by statistical analysis, and develop a skillset with real-world significance and global potential.

Career Opportunities in Business Statistics

A bachelor degree in statistics enables you to become a statistician, financial analyst, actuary, market and survey researcher, teacher, and more. You’ll gain critical thinking and writing skills applicable to careers across industries, and be ready to leverage business statistics in both an analytical and strategic capacity.

Your business acumen, breadth of knowledge and applied, practical understanding of statistics will set you apart from those with a pure mathematics background.

Business Statistics Degree Courses

The bachelor degree in business statistics covers mathematical and business-focused subject matter, allowing students to explore any number of macro- and micro-level applications. You’ll engage in applied and theoretical discussions of business statistics across courses, including:

  • Design and Analysis of Experiments
  • Regression and Time Series Analysis
  • Categorical Data Analysis
  • Multivariate Statistics
  • Statistical Computing
  • Quality Improvement
  • Probability and Statistics for Researchers
  • Statistical Analysis for Researchers

Admission Requirements for the Bachelor Degree in Statistics (BA)

Deadlines and specific requirements for the business statistics degree vary. Learn more about how to apply to ASU:

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