Statistics B. Sc (Hons)
Statistics programme schedule
Year of entry2016/2017
QualificationB. Sc (Hons) (single honour only)
Application4 years full time : apply through UTME
Requirement

For admission to the 4-year programme in Statistics, candidate must possess the WASC/NECO/GCE (O/L) with a minimum of 5 credit passes in one sitting or 6 credit passes in two sittings. The credit p...more

 
Admission Requirement

For admission to the 4-year programme in Statistics, candidate must possess the WASC/NECO/GCE (O/L) with a minimum of 5 credit passes in one sitting or 6 credit passes in two sittings. The credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Physics and two other Science subjects..

Candidates applying to the Redeemer’s University are expected to sit for the admission year Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), and attain the National aggregate score. This is a statutory requirement for entry into Nigerian Universities. Candidates are required to apply for programmes of their choice by completing this year JAMB Registration Forms. They are to ensure that their UTME subject combination qualifies them for their chosen programmes.

In addition, candidates must complete online, Application Form of the University. No admission into the Redeemer’s University is possible without participation in the University screening exercise, and attainment of the required standard for admission into the University.


UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS (DIRECT ENTRY)

Candidates who wish to be considered for Direct Entry admission to pursue a three year degree programme are advised to contact the Department for necessary guidance on admission requirements.

National Diploma with at least Upper Credit in relevant programmes

NCE with minimum of Merit passes in two (2) teaching subjects.

 

METHOD OF ONLINE APPLICATION

http://adms.run.edu.ng

 
Course Listing
  First Sememter Courses      Second Sememter Courses
100 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  GENERAL BIOLOGY I
  PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I
  INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE
  USE OF ENGLISH I
  NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE
  INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC
  ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS I
  GENERAL PHYSICS I
  INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
  STUDY TO SHOW
  GENERAL BIOLOGY II
  ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
  INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
  USE OF ENGLISH II
  HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II
  GENERAL PHYSICS II
  INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
  STUDY TO SHOW
200 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
  SOFTWARE PACKAGES
  MATHEMATICAL METHODS I
  SETS, LOGIC AND ALGEBRA
  REAL ANALYSIS
  ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I
  PROBABILITY II
  STATISTICAL METHODS I
  INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL STATISTICS
  STUDY TO SHOW
  OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
  ENTERPRENEURSHIP AND WORLD OF WORKS
  ELEMENTARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
  LINEAR ALGEBRA
  REAL ANALYSIS II
  STATISTICAL COMPUTING II
  STATISTICAL METHODS II
  REGRESSION ANALYSIS & ANOVA I
  ELEMENTARY CATEGORICAL DATA ANALYSIS
  STUDY TO SHOW
300 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I
  ELEMENTARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS II
  INTRODUCTION TO OPERATION RESEARCH
  INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
  PROBABILITY III
  STATISTICAL INFERENCES II
  DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENT I
  STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL
  SAMPLING THEORY AND SURVEY METHODS I
  DATA ANALYSIS
  DEMOGRAPHY
  STUDY TO SHOW
  STUDY TO SHOW
400 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  PROBABILITY IV
  TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
  REGRESSION ANALYSIS & ANOVA II
  DISTRIBUTION THEORY
  BIOMETRY II
  MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS
  SAMPLING THEORY AND SURVEY METHODS II
  DECISION THEORY
  MODELLING AND SIMULATION
  STUDY TO SHOW
  STOCHASTIC PROCESS
  DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENT II
  NON-PARAMETIC METHODS
  BAYESIAN INFERENCE AND GAME THEORY
  PSYCHOMETRICS
  GAME THEORY
  DEMOGRAPHY II
  STUDENT PROJECT
  SIWES
  STUDY TO SHOW
 
Key Contact

For further details, please call any of the below contacts;

Head, Department of Mathematical Sciences
E-mail: info@run.edu.ng

 

 

 
 
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