What is it?
Statistics is the science of collecting, analysing and drawing conclusions − and sometimes making predictions − from data. The applications of statistics are endless, ranging from accounting and business to biology and medicine.
What will you study?
You will be introduced to various areas in computer and mobile networking, covering the basics and new technology, network analysis, and software and hardware development and management. Elective business subjects will help develop your business sense which will help you serve clients better in the future.
Applied econometrics; economics (micro- and macro-); functional analysis; quantitive methods; probability theory; sociology; statistical research; statistical theory and application in the real world; the use of information technology in statistical modeling.
Typical course duration
It will take at least three years to complete this course.
You are required to have good grades in mathematics or statistics and in some cases science subjects.
What do graduates do?
Graduates can become statisticians, normally employed in the government sector, or in research companies and financial institutions. However, the strong analytical skills that you develop will be valuable wherever you choose to go, from the academic field to business organisations.