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Ranking of Statistics and Statistics programs in American Universities
1. School of Statistics, Stanford University;
2. School of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley;
3. School of Statistics, Harvard University;
4. Johns Hopkins University School of Statistics;
5. School of Statistics, University of Washington, Seattle;
6. School of Statistics, Harvard University;
7. School of Statistics, University of Chicago;
8. School of Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University;
9. School of Statistics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill;
10. School of Statistics, University of Washington, Seattle.
Statistics (English: Statistics) is a branch of applied mathematics, it is on the basis of data analysis, using the method of probability theory to establish mathematical models, data research, measurement, collection, collation, summary and analysis, in order to provide correct information.
Most American schools offer statistics majors. The difference is that some offer master of statistics, some biostatistics, some financial statistics, applied statistics, mathematical statistics, etc., and some offer two statistics majors at the same time (for example, University of California at Davis and University of Michigan in Ann Arbor)
Statistics and biostatistics). Statistics programs are typically offered in liberal arts colleges under the departments of Statistics or mathematics. Statistics itself is more theoretical, but such as biological statistics, applied statistics, social statistics and other directions are more applied.
Statistics major requires applicants to have a high mathematical background. Non-statistics major applicants need to learn courses such as numerical analysis, linear algebra, random process, probability and mathematical statistics during the undergraduate period, and the application ability of relevant computer software is also very important, such as C++.
Statistics is a subject with strong application. Almost all fields, such as biology, economics, engineering, medicine, public health, psychology, marketing, education, military, sociology, etc., all need statistical knowledge. They can be employed in statistics, insurance companies, enterprises and other statistic-related work.