Mathematics/Statistics Major

Luther offers a math/stats major, which pairs foundational mathematics courses with four upper-level statistics courses. The upper-level statistics courses are all taught by a Ph.D. statistician. This major provides solid preparation for students interested in studying statistics in graduate school, and is also a great choice for students interested in actuarial science or many of the other careers that require statistical analysis.

Students in the Mathematics/Statistics degree program master skills in statistical theory, interpretation and display of complex data, and computing. This major places an emphasis on applying statistical tools to real-world problems.

Recent graduates from the program have gone on to jobs in private industry and consulting, while others attend graduate school in some of the nation’s top graduate programs.

For more details on the actuarial profession (a profession consistently rated as one of the best), visit www.beanactuary.org.

For more details on the program, please contact professor Paul Savariappan.