Loyola University Chicago

Mathematics and Statistics

Biostatistics

Minor Requirements

Biostatistics is a cross-disciplinary field, combining statistics and experimental design, and applying it to biological problems. Biostatistics works with the collection, summarization, analysis of interpretation of large-data samples, and strives to interpret the data.

  • One year of Calculus (Math 161 & Math 162 or Math 131 & Math 132)
  • One year of Biology including labs (Biol 101, 111, 102, 112)
  • Introduction to Biostatistics (Stat 335)
  • Advanced Biostatistics (Stat 336)
  • Any one of the following:
    • SAS Programming & Applied Statistics (Stat 303)
    • Stochastic Processes (Stat 306)
    • Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments (Stat 307)
    • Applied Regression Analysis (Stat 308)
    • Categorical Data Analysis (Stat 310)
    • Quantitative Methods in Bioinformatics (Stat 337)