Morris is the only small liberal arts college in Minnesota—and one of the few across the country—that offers a statistics major.
University of Minnesota, Morris statistics majors learn the theory and methods of statistics through courses and other scholarly activity. Morris students develop an effective operational knowledge of the theory and methods of statistics and the application of statistical methods in a liberal arts environment.
What makes statistics at Morris Unique?
Morris is the only small, liberal arts college in Minnesota—and one of only few across the country—that offers a statistics major
- The statistics professors at Morris:
- Offer different specialties such as biostatistics, theory of statistics, and applied statistics
- Are experienced—all have PhDs
- Get to know their students, which allows for rational discourse and an enhanced learning experience
- Serve as their students’ faculty adviser
- A diverse range of topic offerings well prepares Morris graduates for graduate school and the work force
- McIntosh Champions Discovery-Based Student Learning Using the Haystack Radio Telescope
- Barry McQuarrie and Harrison Piehowski ’19 Tackle Familiar Mathematical Models
- Cristina Ortiz Earns Institute on Diversity, Equity and Advocacy Multicultural Research Award
- Fiske Guide to Colleges 2017 Includes Morris
- Schrock ’17 Learns Job Skills through Computer Science Research
- Paron ’16 Coordinates K–12 Environmental Education
- Three Morris Faculty Members Receive Grant-in-Aid Awards