Statistics – Bachelor minor subject

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Elective minor in an undergraduate study programme (bachelor). A minor subject may only be chosen in combination with a major subject.

Statistics is essential for numerous fields of science. For example, it is an important feature for: medical science, biology and other natural sciences, economics and engineering sciences, psychology and sociology. Statistics is at the basis of planning, executing and evaluating comprehensive studies and experiments. Measuring data and other collected data are used to establish correlations and verify hypotheses. If you study Statistics as a minor, it will supply you with additional qualifications, but not decisively determine the field of your future career.

Overview

Programme start Winter semester & Summer semester
Application period 17.5. - 15.9. | 29.11. - 15.3.
Admission restrictions no
ECTS 36

Content

Programme structure

Programme start

Winter semester & Summer semester

Academic structure

For an overview of the general structure of a bachelor's degree in the humanities, see here.

For an exemplary course structure in the bachelor's minor in statistics, see this chart.


Please check the Exam regulations (partly in German) for more information about the programme structure.

Requirements

What interests and skills should I have?

  • Good knowledge of mathematics
  • Solid expert knowledge
  • Logical thinking
  • Endurance and willingness to work

Language skills

Foreign language skills
You do not have to proof any foreign language skills.

Language(s) of instruction

The language of instruction and examinations is German.

Admission requirements

The same general entry requirements apply for the major and minor:

General higher education entrance qualification (Abitur) or recognised equivalent.

Fees

Semester fee

All students enrolled at the University of Konstanz are charged a semester fee each semester, similar to all other German universities. Here you can find the current semester fee and its individual components.

Tuition fees for first degree studies for certain international students
Since winter semester 2017/18, the state of Baden-Württemberg has required some international students to pay tuition fees for their first degree studies. The following students are not required to pay tuition fees: citizens of a country within the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA), doctoral students and certain “Bildungsinländer” (e.g. non-EU citizens with a German “Abitur”). More detailed information can be found here.

Each year, the University of Konstanz grants exemptions to a limited number of particularly gifted international degree-seeking students in accordance with the university’s “Begabtenbefreiungssatzung” (statutes governing the exemption of gifted students). More detailed information can be found here.

Tuition fees for second degree studies for all students
All students are required to pay tuition fees for their second degree studies. More detailed information can be found here.

Application and application documents

This study programme has no admission restrictions.

Application documents

During the online application process, you will need to enter various kinds of information (school grades, attendance periods, etc.) and upload various PDF documents.

Please make sure that you have the relevant documentation ready. This may include:

  • your Abitur certificate (German general higher education entrance qualification)
  • documentation of any volunteering you may have done (FSJ, FÖJ, etc.)
  • any documentation about vocational training you may have completed
  • any other required documents (medical certificate, etc.)

An electronic assistant will guide you through the application process. Required fields are marked by an asterisk (*).

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