The TU Dortmund University offers various courses of study and degrees in the field of statistics.
The recognition regulations regulate the procedure for the recognition of examination achievements as well as other knowledge and qualifications for all Bachelor and Master programs at TU Dortmund University.
Statistics - Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.)
The Bachelor's program in Statistics is designed for six semesters of study.
In addition to the mathematical-statistical courses, a minor subject must be taken in the statistics courses (Bachelor, Master), in which the fundamentals of an application area are to be learned.
Statistics - Master of Science (M. Sc.)
Building on the bachelor's program in statistics, the master' s program in statistics is designed for four semesters of study.
In the Master of Statistics one of the following majors can be chosen. However, it is also possible to study without choosing a major.
- Econometrics/Empirical Economic Research
- EMOS (European Master in Official Statistics)
Data Science - Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.)
With an additional focus on computer science, the Bachelor of Data Science is designed for six semesters of study.
Data Science - Master of Science (M. Sc.)
Building on the bachelor's program in Data Science, the master's program in Data Science is designed for four semesters of study.
Econometrics - Master of Science
As a member of the UA Ruhr, the Faculty of Statistics at TU Dortmund University is also involved in the four-semester Master's program in Econometrics.
Continuing Education Program Data Science and Big Data
Furthermore, there is the continuing education program 'Data Science and Big Data'.