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4-Year Baccalaureate Majors

Majors by Area of Interest


PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS

Astronomy and Astrophysics (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

Astronomy involves the study of the properties, physical nature and origins of the planets, stars, galaxies and universe as a whole. It involves development of instrumentation, observations of celestial objects with ground- and space-based telescopes, and interpretation of findings using the mathematical laws of physics such as gravity, electromagnetism, and quantum mechanics. The undergraduate major provides a strong and broad foundation in mathematics, physical science, and computation as well as a detailed understanding of modern astronomy. Many research opportunities are available to complement the formal class work. Graduates proceed to advanced degrees in astronomy and other sciences, and into a wide variety of technical professions.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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Chemistry (Start at any Campus and Finish: Behrend)

This major provides a strong foundation in chemistry and prepares students for graduate or professional programs and for careers with companies and agencies requiring chemistry or related areas. The major has five options that allow students to choose an area of specialization to meet their career goals. These options are: General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Business, Computer Science, and Chemistry Education Precertification. Students have the opportunity to participate in research with faculty members.
(The Behrend College)

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Chemistry (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

This major provides a strong foundation in the theory and practice of chemistry. Mathematics and physics are emphasized, since these subjects are essential to the understanding of chemistry. Courses in English and a foreign language as well as electives ensure study in non-technical subjects. This arrangement broadens the student’s general education and enables the student to better relate the major to other fields of knowledge.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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Data Science Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park

The inter-college Data Sciences major will educate students on the technical fundamentals of data sciences, with a focus on developing the knowledge and skills needed to manage and analyze large scale unstructured data to address an expanding range of problems in industry, government, and academia. The underlying knowledge for data sciences derives from machine learning, data mining, computer science, statistics, and visualization, and the emerging science of managing and analyzing data at scale. Students will gain breadth of knowledge through common core classes, as well as depth in one of three options. After taking common courses during the pre-major stage, students will choose among options focused on application (College of IST), computation (College of Engineering) and science (College of Science). Students in all three options will come together in their junior and senior years for two shared capstone experiences. In combination the three options position Penn State to offer highly trained professionals who understand data science’s multiple dimensions for a growing segment of the U.S. economy.

Applied Data Sciences - This option focuses on the principles, methods, and tools for assembly, validation, organization, analysis, visualization, and interpretation of large and heterogeneous data, to support data-driven discovery and decision making, with emphasis on addressing pressing scientific, organizational, and societal challenges. A combination of required and elective courses provides students with the training and skills needed to develop advanced tools and domain-specific analyses that yield actionable knowledge from data. This option also provides critical analytical skills needed to assess the benefits and limitations of data analytics across a broad range of applications.

Computational Data Sciences - This option focuses on the computational foundations of the data sciences, including the design, implementation and analysis of software that manages the volume, heterogeneity and dynamic characteristics of large data sets and that leverages the computational power of multicore hardware. Students in this option will take upper-level courses in computer science and related fields to develop the skills necessary to construct efficient solutions to computational problems involving Big Data.

Statistical Modeling Data Sciences - This option focuses on statistical models and methods that are needed to discover and validate patterns in Big Data. Students in this option will take upper-level statistics and mathematics courses, learning to apply the theoretical machinery of quantitative models to the solution of real-world problems involving Big Data.

(College of Engineering,College of Information Sciences and Technology, Eberly College of Science)

College of Information Sciences & Technology

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This major is for students interested in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, but are undecided about which major they would like to select. Beginning studies with an "undecided" major allows students to explore the many different majors offered within this college and learn more about the specific disciplines that are available to them. All first year students are admitted to the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences in pre-major status, and they request entry into a major during their second academic year. Academic advising is available to all students in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences to help determine which of the available majors they would like to pursue.

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Earth Sciences (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

This major provides a comprehensive program in environmental sciences based on a strong emphasis in earth sciences. It is especially directed toward study of the problems that arise from the complex interaction of man’s technological and social activities with the natural environment. Graduates are in demand for positions in government, industry, and consulting. Professional activities include gathering and evaluating data on environments; management and coordination of specialized programs in environmental control and modification; and industrial and government planning. Suitable choices of courses may qualify students for graduate work in several fields.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Energy and Sustainability Policy(Start and Finish: World Campus)

The Online Bachelor of Arts degree in Energy and Sustainability Policy will prepare students to compete for new careers in the growing and evolving energy field. Students will master the knowledge and skills needed to gather, analyze, synthesize, and communicate diverse information about emerging global trends in energy policy, technology, and economics. Emphasizing research skills, communication skills, foreign language and international competencies.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Energy Sustainability Policy B.S. (Start and Finish: World Campus)
The Bachelor of Science degree in Energy and Sustainability Policy (ESP) is an interdisciplinary program, preparing students for careers in the evolving policy sector of the energy and sustainability fields, especially where strong science, business, and analytical skills are required. The B.S. program prescribes coursework in areas including energy sources, uses, and technologies; sustainability principles and practices; climate change; and, policy development and analysis. Students select additional courses in energy and science; analysis and technology; business and management; and, ethics, leadership and communications. ESP B.S. educational objectives emphasize five areas of student competency: (1) energy industry knowledge; (2) a sustainability ethic; (3) analytical skills; (4) communication skills; and (5) global perspective. The ESP B.S. program prepares students with knowledge and skills valued by many types of organizations, including commercial firms, government agencies, public utilities, regulatory bodies, nonprofit and advocacy groups, and energy and trade organizations.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Energy Business and Finance (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

This major, offered jointly by the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences and the Smeal College of Business, combines training in business, economics, finance, and the physical sciences with a core of courses focusing on energy and related industries. The major helps students prepare for careers in the energy industry, as well as financial institutions, nonprofit groups, and international organizations dealing with energy issues. The curriculum also provides a strong base for further study in business, economics, law, and social sciences. The General option of the major is appropriate for students who want a broad understanding of the earth and environmental sciences in preparation for careers in industry, commerce, and government. A more specific course of study involving geographic information systems is available through the Geographic Information Systems option. The option is designed to develop competence in description, analysis, explanation, and management of problems arising from human use of natural resources and natural systems. The Energy Systems option is designed to give students a more rigorous background in engineering principles and applications together with a demanding economics and business curriculum.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Smeal College of Business)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Geobiology (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

Geobiology is the interdisciplinary study of the Earth and its biosphere. It embraces the history of life and its interactions with the Earth over geologic time; it also includes study of interactions between living organisms and physical and chemical processes in the modern environment on Earth, and possibly elsewhere in the universe. Geobiology encompasses the fields of paleobiology and paleontology, biogeochemistry, geomicrobiology, and astrobiology. Students gain practical field experience in the study of the physical environment and ecological properties. Students will be well prepared for advanced studies in this emerging discipline, and for careers in the environmental sciences. Geobiology is critical to the study of environmental quality, global change and environmental-human health interactions, all of which have profound importance in legal, economic, and policy arenas.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Geography (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

Geography is both a socialbehavioral and an environmental science. Geographers describe, analyze, and explain the arrangement of the human and physical features on the Earth’s surface. The Liberal Arts major stresses the social and behavioral aspects of geography; the Earth and Mineral Sciences major stresses the discipline’s environmental perspectives. Both majors provide training in descriptive and analytical skills such as map reading, cartography, and statistics. Graduates may find employment in federal, state, and local administrative and planning agencies or in private firms that specialize in marketing and environmental research. The major can provide preparation for a career in business, industry, or government. Geographers with bachelor’s degrees are currently being placed in federal, state, and local administrative and planning agencies and in private firms that specialize in planning and development or in environmental and socioeconomic analysis.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Geography (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

Geography is both a socialbehavioral and an environmental science. Geographers describe, analyze, and explain the arrangement of the human and physical features on the Earth’s surface. The Liberal Arts major stresses the social and behavioral aspects of geography; the Earth and Mineral Sciences major stresses the discipline’s environmental perspectives. Both majors provide training in descriptive and analytical skills such as map reading, cartography, and statistics. Graduates may find employment in federal, state, and local administrative and planning agencies or in private firms that specialize in marketing and environmental research. The major can provide preparation for a career in business, industry, or government. Geographers with bachelor’s degrees are currently being placed in federal, state, and local administrative and planning agencies and in private firms that specialize in planning and development or in environmental and socioeconomic analysis.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Geosciences (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

The geosciences are concerned with understanding earth processes and the evolutionary history of the Earth. Geoscientists work to discover and develop natural resources such as groundwater, metals, and energy sources; to solve technology-generated environmental problems such as acid mine drainage and waste disposal; to predict geological events, such as the occurrence of earthquakes and volcanism; and to solve fundamental questions concerning the origin and evolution of Earth and life. Our degree programs stress data collection; investigation, analysis, and synthesis of information related to complex natural problems; and rigor of thought and clarity of oral and written expression.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Geosciences (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

The geosciences are concerned with understanding earth processes and the evolutionary history of the Earth. Geoscientists work to discover and develop natural resources such as groundwater, metals, and energy sources; to solve technology-generated environmental problems such as acid mine drainage and waste disposal; to predict geological events, such as the occurrence of earthquakes and volcanism; and to solve fundamental questions concerning the origin and evolution of Earth and life. Our degree programs stress data collection; investigation, analysis, and synthesis of information related to complex natural problems; and rigor of thought and clarity of oral and written expression.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Mathematics (Start at any Campus and Finish: Altoona)

Two degrees are offered in mathematics: the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. Both programs have a common core of mathematics courses; both programs prepare students for graduate work in mathematics. In addition, the B.A. degree program is oriented toward applications of mathematics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The B.S. degree program has a number of options, which are oriented toward actuarial science, applied analysis, computational mathematics, graduate study, systems analysis, and teaching. Many of the options are designed for students who want to use mathematics in industry, commerce, or government. In short, the degree requirements have the flexibility to fit many individual interests. The student, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option by the end of the sophomore year.
(Altoona College)

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Mathematics (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

Two degrees are offered in mathematics: the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. Both programs have a common core of mathematics courses; both programs prepare students for graduate work in mathematics. In addition, the B.A. degree program is oriented toward applications of mathematics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The B.S. degree program has a number of options, which are oriented toward actuarial science, applied analysis, computational mathematics, graduate study, systems analysis, and teaching. Many of the options are designed for students who want to use mathematics in industry, commerce, or government. In short, the degree requirements have the flexibility to fit many individual interests. The student, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option by the end of the sophomore year.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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Mathematical Sciences (Start at any Campus and Finish: Harrisburg)

The two options and the variety of the course offerings provide concentrations in various areas such as actuarial science, management science/operations research, statistics, and preparation for graduate studies. Small classes, excellent faculty, opportunities to work with faculty on projects, and strong employment prospects are just some of the strengths of the program. Students will be helped to develop: a solid foundation in mathematical studies; an awareness of the utility of mathematics, statistics, and computers; skills in translating practical problems into mathematical terms; a competency in the use of modern mathematical tools; problem-solving skills; and an awareness of the importance of mathematics in society. The program is designed to help students prepare for employment in business, industry, and government immediately after graduation, but graduate study in mathematics or related disciplines is also a viable alternative. Mathematical modeling is emphasized, and all students are required to take courses in statistics and computer science.
(Capital College)

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Mathematics (Start at any Campus and Finish: Behrend)

This major builds a foundation in mathematics with emphasis on the applications of mathematics and the development of problem-solving skills. The major has five options that share a common core of mathematics courses for the first two years: Applied Mathematics, Business, Computer Science, General Mathematics, and Mathematics Education Precertification. They allow students to concentrate on developing mathematical skills suitable either for entry-level positions in areas including applied mathematics, actuarial sciences, statistics, computer programming, and education, or for graduate studies in mathematics and related fields. Students, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option in their sophomore year.
(The Behrend College)

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Mathematics (Start at any Campus and Finish: Altoona)

Two degrees are offered in mathematics: the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. Both programs have a common core of mathematics courses; both programs prepare students for graduate work in mathematics. In addition, the B.A. degree program is oriented toward applications of mathematics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The B.S. degree program has a number of options, which are oriented toward actuarial science, applied analysis, computational mathematics, graduate study, systems analysis, and teaching. Many of the options are designed for students who want to use mathematics in industry, commerce, or government. In short, the degree requirements have the flexibility to fit many individual interests. The student, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option by the end of the sophomore year.
(Altoona College)

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Mathematics (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

Two degrees are offered in mathematics: the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. Both programs have a common core of mathematics courses; both programs prepare students for graduate work in mathematics. In addition, the B.A. degree program is oriented toward applications of mathematics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The B.S. degree program has a number of options, which are oriented toward actuarial science, applied analysis, computational mathematics, graduate study, systems analysis, and teaching. Many of the options are designed for students who want to use mathematics in industry, commerce, or government. In short, the degree requirements have the flexibility to fit many individual interests. The student, with the assistance of a faculty adviser, should select an option by the end of the sophomore year.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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Meteorology (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

Meteorology is a rigorous scientific discipline devoted to an increased understanding of the atmosphere and the development of methods for applying that knowledge to practical problems. Although this field is usually associated with weather prediction, it also has significance in environmental, energy, agricultural, oceanic, and hydrological sciences. The department offers several options within the major. The major requires a solid foundation in mathematics and the physical sciences, and it provides a comprehensive survey of the fundamentals of atmospheric science. It has sufficient flexibility to permit intensive advanced study in such related areas as mathematics, earth sciences, or engineering. The department has particular strengths in weather analysis and prediction, including forecast uncertainty and severe weather; physical meteorology, including radar meteorology, instrumentation, and atmospheric measurements; and applied areas, including atmospheric diffusion, air pollution chemistry, dynamic meteorology, tropical meteorology, climate, and remote sensing.
(College of Earth and Mineral Sciences)

College of Earth & Mineral Sciences

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Physics (Start at any Campus and Finish: Behrend)

The major provides education in the fundamentals of physics and selected advanced topics to help graduates prepare for graduate education or for careers in industry. Students have opportunities to participate in research with faculty. In addition to the traditional physics education offered in the General Physics option, the option in applied physics, Computational Physics, provides preparation for careers in technological fields.
(The Behrend College)

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Physics (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

This major provides a sound program of technical and general education for students planning a career in physics and related fields. In addition to the traditional physics education offered in the General Physics option, three other options, Acoustics, Electronics, and Medical Physics, provide opportunities for students in special related areas of a more applied nature, while a fifth option, Teaching, provides opportunities for teaching physics in secondary schools.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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Planetary Science and Astronomy: Bachelor of Science (Start at Any Campus and Finish at University Park.)

Planetary Science and Astronomy majors will study the Earth system in the context of the Solar System and the universe as a whole.  Students will apply methods and knowledge from mathematics, geosciences, chemistry, biology, astronomy and physics, and through laboratory experiences and coursework they will both learn to explore the Earth and to use telescopes to obtain astronomical data.  They will study planetary systems around other stars and explore the possibility of their harboring life.   Communication of these topics, both oral and written, to the public and to their peers will be emphasized, as will logic and general problem-solving skills.  Upon graduation students will be prepared to enter a graduate program in education to obtain teaching certification, to work in an informal science venue or planetarium, or to enter a variety of industry, environmental, or defense professions.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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This major is for students interested in the Behrend College, but are undecided about which major they would like to select. Beginning studies with an "undecided" major allows students to explore the many different majors offered within this college and learn more about the specific disciplines that are available to them. All first year students are admitted to the Behrend College in pre-major status, and they request entry into a major during their second academic year. Academic advising is available to all students in the Behrend College to help determine which of the available majors they would like to pursue.

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This major is for students interested in the Eberly College of Science, but are undecided about which major they would like to select. Beginning studies with an "undecided" major allows students to explore the many different majors offered within this college and learn more about the specific disciplines that are available to them. All first year students are admitted to the Eberly College of Science in pre-major status, and they request entry into a major during their second academic year. Academic advising is available to all students in the Eberly College of Science to help determine which of the available majors they would like to pursue.

Eberly College of Science

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Science (Start at any Campus and Finish: Harrisburg)

The Science major is an integrated undergraduate–graduate (IUG) degree program that aims to provide a broad, general education in science. The bachelor of science curriculum is designed specifically for students who have education goals relating to scientific theory and practice and who require a high degree of flexibility to obtain their educational objectives. After completing foundation courses in calculus, chemistry, physics, and the life sciences, students will select additional science courses from designated areas. A large number of supporting credits permit students to readily include significant breadth or specialization into their undergraduate curriculum. Some examples include minors in business, computer and information science, education, kinesiology, or other fields. The degree can help students prepare for careers in pharmaceutical, biotechnical, chemical, medical, and agricultural industries. The degree can also be tailored to meet the specific requirements of professional programs such as medical, dental, or pharmacy schools.
(Capital College)

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Science (Start at any Campus and Finish: Worthington-Scranton, York)
The Science major is an integrated undergraduate-graduate (IUG) degree program that aims to provide a broad, general education in science. The bachelor of science curriculum is designed specifically for students who have education goals relating to scientific theory and practice and who require a high degree of flexibility to obtain their educational objectives. After completing foundation courses in calculus, chemistry, physics, and the life sciences, students will select additional science courses from designated areas. A large number of supporting credits permit students to readily include significant breadth or specialization into their undergraduate curriculum. Some examples include minors in business, computer and information science, education, kinesiology, or other fields. The degree can help students prepare for careers in pharmaceutical, biotechnical, chemical, medical, and agricultural industries. The degree can also be tailored to meet the specific requirements of professional programs such as medical, dental, or pharmacy schools.
(University College)

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Science (Start at any Campus and Finish: Abington)

The Science major is an integrated undergraduate–graduate (IUG) degree program that aims to provide a broad, general education in science. The bachelor of science curriculum is designed specifically for students who have education goals relating to scientific theory and practice and who require a high degree of flexibility to obtain their educational objectives. After completing foundation courses in calculus, chemistry, physics, and the life sciences, students will select additional science courses from designated areas. A large number of supporting credits permit students to readily include significant breadth or specialization into their undergraduate curriculum. Some examples include minors in business, computer and information science, education, kinesiology, or other fields. The degree can help students prepare for careers in pharmaceutical, biotechnical, chemical, medical, and agricultural industries. The degree can also be tailored to meet the specific requirements of professional programs such as medical, dental, or pharmacy schools.
(Abington College)

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Science (Start at any Campus and Finish: Berks)

The Science major is an integrated undergraduate–graduate (IUG) degree program that aims to provide a broad, general education in science. The bachelor of science curriculum is designed specifically for students who have education goals relating to scientific theory and practice and who require a high degree of flexibility to obtain their educational objectives. After completing foundation courses in calculus, chemistry, physics, and the life sciences, students will select additional science courses from designated areas. A large number of supporting credits permit students to readily include significant breadth or specialization into their undergraduate curriculum. Some examples include minors in business, computer and information science, education, kinesiology, or other fields. The degree can help students prepare for careers in pharmaceutical, biotechnical, chemical, medical, and agricultural industries. The degree can also be tailored to meet the specific requirements of professional programs such as medical, dental, or pharmacy schools.
(Berks College)

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Science (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

The Science major is an interdisciplinary degree that aims to provide a broad, general education in science. The bachelor of science or arts curriculum is designed specifically for students who have education goals relating to scientific theory and practice and who require a high degree of flexibility to obtain their educational objectives. After completing foundation courses in calculus, chemistry, physics, and the life sciences, students will select additional science courses from designated areas. A large number of supporting credits permit students to readily include the B.S. or B.A. requirement and significant breadth or specialization into their undergraduate curriculum. Some examples include minors in business, computer and information science, education, kinesiology, or other fields. The program can help students prepare for various careers in pharmaceutical, biotechnical, chemical, medical, and agricultural industries. It can also be tailored to meet the specific requirements of professional programs such as medical, dental, or pharmacy schools.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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Statistics (Start at any Campus and Finish: University Park)

This major helps students with interests in mathematics, computation, and the quantitative aspects of science prepare for careers in industry and government as statistical analysts, or for further graduate training in statistics. The major includes five options: Actuarial Statistics, for students interested in working as actuaries in the insurance or business fields; Applied Statistics, for students interested in a cross-disciplinary program, such as econometrics, or psychometrics; Biostatistics, for students interested in pursuing careers with pharmaceutical companies, research hospitals or other fields in which biological data is analyzed; Graduate Study, for students planning to go to graduate school in a statistics-related field; and Statistics and Computing, for students wishing to combine statistical expertise with programming skills.
(Eberly College of Science)

Eberly College of Science

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