Other Ways to Get Involved in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon
- The Statistical and Mathematical Sciences Program (within the Science and Humanities Scholars Program), is an alternative path for the study of Statistics that is jointly administered by the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Department of Statistics.
- The Statistics Data Mining Track in the Information Systems Major in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers fundamental training in the application and development of information systems, particularly in the analysis and interpretation of large and dynamic databases. (See Information Systems Program).
- The Statistics Concentration within the Mathematical Sciences Major (see Department of Mathematical Sciences) is jointly administered by the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Department of Statistics.
- Many exciting Research Projects are ongoing in the Statistics Department, and the department enthusiastically seeks to involve undergraduates in this work. Both majors and non-majors are welcome.
- Non-majors are eligible to take most of our courses, and indeed, they are required to do so by many programs on campus. Such courses offer a good way to get involved in cutting-edge research within the Statistics Department.