Undergraduate Programs

A degree in statistics will enable you to work in a variety of disciplines. The goals of the undergraduate program in Statistics at Rice University are to acquaint students with the role played in the modern world by probabilistic and statistical ideas and methods, to provide instruction in the theory and application of techniques that have been found to be commonly useful and to train research workers in statistics.

Our programs are flexible and may be oriented towards theoretical or applied training or towards joint work in a related department, including but not limited to biology, economics, education, electrical engineering, computational and applied mathematics, psychology, and more.

Statistics Major/Minor Advisor
Philip Ernst
2080 Duncan Hall
Office Hours: By appointment


Statistics Major/Minor Advisor
Elizabeth McGuffey
2088 Duncan Hall
Office Hours: By appointment

5th Year MSTAT Advisor
John Dobelman
2100 Duncan Hall
Office Hours: By appointment


Data Science Minor Advisor
Rudy Guerra
2097 Duncan Hall
Office Hours: By appointment

FCAM Minor Advisor
Katherine Ensor
2085 Duncan Hall
Office Hours: By appointment


Undergraduate and Graduate Program Administrator
Paige Goodson
2124 Duncan Hall