Welcome to the Department of Statistics! We are a small, amicable department pursuing world class research and encouraging initiative and innovation in our students. Statistics is a challenging academic discipline, but the rewards of earning a statistics degree are well worth the effort.

Statistics provides the reasoning and the methods for producing, and understanding data; it is the science of learning from data. It includes designing experiments, or sampling surveys for the collection of data, collecting the information, evaluating it, drawing conclusions, and presenting the results. Statisticians work with people from a variety of professional backgrounds to solve practical problems. The demand for statisticians is rapidly growing in a very diverse area of fields.

We encourage independent thinking, hard work and initiative in our students. Please take advantage of all of the opportunities our department and CSU have to offer. We are here to help you succeed!

Who Makes up the Statistics Department?

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Students from other fields in introductory statistics courses

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Faculty and students have won many CSU and professional awards and distinctions
  • Faculty have been supported by more than 240 grants
  • Faculty collaborate with personnel in 32 CSU departments and 31 government and industry organizations outside CSU
  • The Master of Applied Statistics ranked #3 for online M.S. Statistics programs
  • Offering online programs since 1979, online revenues were $4.5 million since 2013
  • Significant commitment to broad undergraduate and graduate student success

Opportunities:

  • Hiring faculty with research interests relevant to Biostatistics, Data Science, Agricultural Sciences, Sports Performance
  • Expand Department initiatives supporting student diversity and success
  • Develop major and minor opportunities in statistics and data science
  • Expand internship program and industry partnerships

DEPARTMENT NEWS

Data science program welcomes three new faculty

Nate Blanchard, Andee Kaplan and Emily King are helping lay a foundation of growth for CSU’s data science program.

By storing ‘sketches’ of data, computer scientists seek to transform urban systems

A research team is developing a system for streamlining and managing vast datasets that could advance research in urban sustainability.

Recent Ph.D. Scharf receives Savage Award at Joint Statistical Meetings

CSU statistics alumni, faculty, and students were well represented at this year’s Joint Statistical Meetings held in Denver, Colorado.

Department of Statistics to host Institute for Mathematical Statistics workshop

Faculty members are organizing the workshop to promote interaction and networking among new researchers, as well as provide them with valuable insights from leaders in the field.

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