As a student in Vermont State’s B.S. in Statistics program, you’ll gain real-world experience in collecting, organizing, and analyzing data using inferential statistics. These skills prepare you for a variety of jobs in statistics in multiple fields, such as healthcare, law, politics, engineering, finance, and more. You’ll be prepared to stand out in your career by making smart, data-driven decisions.
Statistics is one of the most in-demand career fields. Jobs for graduates with a statistics major are projected to grow 33 percent through 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In the Statistics program at Vermont State, you’ll build important critical-thinking skills to become the type of well-rounded problem-solver employers need.
We understand that the cost and value of your education is important to you. That’s why we’re committed to being one of the most affordable colleges in Vermont and why more than 80% of our students receive aid. We're here to help you fit this program into your unique financial picture. Contact this program's Admissions Counselor any time to discuss what types of financial aid are right for you.
Combined with scholarships and aid, a Vermont State education is within reach for students from all financial backgrounds. Speak with our Admissions Counselor to estimate what your true out-of-pocket costs might be for this program.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition for Statistics, B.S.
$9,984 Full Time Annual
$19,992 Full Time Annual
Total Mandatory Fees
Undergraduate (In-Person / In-Person Plus)
$1,416 Full Time Annual
Housing and Food
$7,830 Full Time Annual
Standard Food Plan
$5,068 Full Time Annual
For complete information on tuition and fees across all programs and locations, as well as indirect costs of attendance, visit the complete tuition and fees page.
Why Study Statistics at Vermont State?
Career Success: Statistics careers span a wide range for our graduates, who have made an impact in positions in computer programming, market research, system analysis, education, and other areas.
A Curious Mind: Our approach to education is multidisciplinary, so you’ll develop an active curiosity that opens you up to new statistics major jobs and different ways to use your skills as you grow in your career.
A Place to Explore: Vermont State’s Statistics program will prepare you to take on challenges. You’ll strengthen important analytical and problem-solving skills, learn ways to be innovative and creative, and improve your communication to help you stand out in the field.
Small Classes, Big Opportunities: Your professors will be available when you need them, and they’ll be valuable mentors to help you plan your future. You’ll also have the chance to develop relationships with your peers and learn from their experiences.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn skills that give you a foundation for the workplace and help prepare you to be a leader in your field:
Communication: You’ll be able to interpret and express ideas about mathematics clearly and professionally.
Problem-solving: You’ll be experienced at analyzing information and using computational skills, algorithms, and theoretical knowledge to find solutions to challenges.
Graduate Study: Statisticsgraduatesare ready to continue their education if they want to, including in Vermont State’s Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program.
Through internships, co-ops, career coaching, and more, you’ll gain leading-edge skills to give you a competitive edge for statistics jobs. Internship placements will help you build a network of experts to guide as you start your career.
These relationships will expose you to many potential opportunities for employment and job satisfaction.
“I cannot express how grateful I am for the opportunities that the program has provided me. From equipping me with various internships, scholarship, and volunteer opportunities, this program has molded me into a strong, resilient, and goal-driven scholar. I plan on combining the knowledge I acquired in the fields of mathematics, statistics, and economics to solve complex problems of growth and development in poor countries.”