The statistics concentration is a selection of courses resulting in a B.A. in Mathematics. It includes the core six courses required in any B.A. in Mathematics along with particular choices for the remainder of the student coursework.

Students seeking the B.A. in Mathematics with a Statistics Concentration must complete these six courses, which are common to all Mathematics B.A. degrees:

- MATH 1510 - Calculus I
- MATH 1520 - Calculus II
- MATH 2530 - Calculus III (must be taken at Saint Louis University with a grade of at least “C”)
- MATH 2660 - Principles of Mathematics
- MATH 3120 - Introduction to Linear Algebra
- MATH 3850 - Foundations of Statistical Analysis.

Students choosing the Concentration in Statistics must also complete CSCI 1300 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming to satisfy the computing requirement of the Mathematics B.A.

The remaining coursework must include:

- MATH/STAT 4800 Probability Theory
- MATH/STAT 4850 Mathematical Statistics

along with two additional courses from the following list:

- MATH 4210 Introduction to Analysis
- MATH 4230 Multivariable Analysis
- MATH/STAT 4840 Time Series
- MATH/STAT 4860 Statistical Models
- MATH/STAT 4870 Applied Regression
- CSCI 4750 Machine Learning.