Bachelor of Science in Statistics

Bachelor of Science in Statistics

The B.Sc Statistics is designed to equip students with skills to collect, analyze and make deductions from statistical data so as to inform organizations and government of the actual trend to base on when making decisions or policies. The course provides a rich blend of competencies required by a 21st century statistians like mathematics, computing, economics, accounting, research and communication. Graduates of this programme acquire skills in handling specific aspects of statistics like demography, actuarial studies, insurance analytics, business and economic trends.


Code Name LH PH TH CH CU
Year 1 semester 1 ( 6 cores)
ST 100 Descriptive Statistics 30 - 30 45 3
CS 100 Structured Programming 30 30 30 60 4
CS 101 Computer Applications & Systems 30 30 - 45 3
EC 100 Microeconomics I 30 - 30 45 3
BA 104 Business Communication 30 - 30 45 3
MT 106 Calculus 30 - 30 45 3
Semester load         19
Year 1 semester 2 (6 cores)
ST 101 Principles of Demographic Techniques 30 - 30 45 3
ST 102 Time Series & Index Numbers 30 - 30 45 3
EC 102 Macroeconomics I 30 - 30 45 3
MT 203 Probability  Theory 45 - 30 60 4
MT 107 Linear Algebra 30 - 30 45 3
BA 105 Fundamentals of Accounting I 30 - 30 45 3
Semester load         19
Year 1 recess term
TM 100 Community Engagement I - 450 - 225 5
Recess term load         5
Year 2 semester 1 (6 cores)
ST 200 Demographic Dynamics 30 - 30 45 3
ST 201 Linear Models & Experimental Design 30 - 30 45 3
ST 202 Sampling Theory & Survey Design 30 - 30 45 3
MT 201 Differential Equations 45 - 30 60 4
EC 300 Microeconomics II 30 - 30 45 3
IS 300 Database Management Systems 45 15 15 60 4
Semester load         20
Year 2 semester 2 (5 cores)
MT 108 Statistical Methods 45 - 30 60 4
MT 200 Statistical Inference 30 - 30 45 3
ME 200 Monitoring & Evaluation 45 - - 45 3
EC 301 Macroeconomics II 30 - 30 45 3
EC 302 Econometrics I 45 - 30 60 4
(1 elective)
ST 204 Transport Statistics 30 - 30 45 3
ST 205 Gender Statistics 30 - 30 45 3
ST 203 Telecommunication Statistics 30 - 30 45 3
Semester load         20
Year 2 recess term
TM 200 Community Engagement II - 450 - 225 5
Recess term load         5
Year 3 semester 1
Track 1: Mathematical Statistics (4 cores)
ST 301 Survival Methods 45 - - 45 3
MT 300 Stochastic Processes 45 - 30 60 4
MT 301 Financial Actuarial Investigation 45 - 30 60 4
MT 302 Actuarial Mathematics I 30 - 30 45 3
(1 elective)
ST 304 Financial Statistics 30 - 30 45 3
BA 108 Entrepreneurship Theory & Principles 30 - 30 45 3
Semester load         17
Track  2: Applied Statistics (4 cores)
ST 304 Financial Statistics 30 - 30 45 3
ST 305 Biostatistics 30 - 30 45 3
ST 306 National acct. & Income Analysis 45 - - 45 3
MT 300 Stochastic Processes 45 - 30 60 4
(1 elective)
BA 108 Entrepreneurship Theory & Principles 30 - 30 45 3
MT 302 Actuarial Mathematics I 30 - 30 45 3
Semester load         16
Year 3 semester 2
Track 1: Mathematical Statistics (4 cores)
ST 307 Multivariate & Time Series Analysis 45 - - 45 3
ST 308 Stochastic & Actuarial Methods in Finance 30 - 30 45 3
TM 301 Project - 120 - 60 4
MT 303 Actuarial Mathematics II 30 - 30 45 3
(1 elective)
ST 308 Demographic & Social Statistics 45 - - 45 3
PP 305 Project Planning & Management 30 - 30 45 3
Semester load         16
Track  2: Applied Statistics (4 cores)
ST 307 Multivariate & Time Series Analysis 45 - - 45 3
ST 302 Demographic & Social Statistics 45 - - 45 3
ST 310 Energy & Environmental Statistics 45 - - 45 3
TM 301 Project - 120 - 60 4
(1 elective)
PP 305 Project Planning & Management 30 - 30 45 3
IS 306 Data Mining & Business Intelligence 45 30 - 60 4
Semester load         16
Year 3 recess term
TM 300 Community Engagement III       225 5
Recess term load         5
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