Discover how data intertwines with life
The Statistics minor at Mercer University explores the analysis of data and how it influences every aspect of life. Statistics forms the basis for decision-making in medicine, science, public policy, business, and more. Through our program, you will gain valuable skills and learn conceptual foundations that will help you thrive in your future career.
Beyond your textbook, statistics comes to life when applied to your daily experiences. By attending conferences, tackling competitions, participating in community outreaches, and more, your education will thrive outside the classroom.
A minor in Statistics consists of 15 hours. See all program requirements and course descriptions in the Mercer University catalog.
Dr. Margaret Symington
Professor and Chair of Mathematics