At the end of the program, graduates with B.Sc. in Statistics are able to:
1. Explain the principles and concepts of mathematics and statistics;
2. Apply the mathematical and statistical principles in solving real world problems;
3. Conduct professional activities with good social skill and demonstrate a sense of responsibility;
4. Practice characteristics associated with professionalism and ethical responsibility in analyzing real life phenomena;
5. Communicate using critical thinking with effective, accurate and relevant concepts, and exhibit team work and leadership skills;
6. Convert problems into mathematical and statistical models, and develop scientific strategies to obtain solutions;
7. Engage in life-long learning to advance knowledge and applications of mathematics and statistics;
8. Apply managerial and entrepreneurial skills to manage resources needed to complete a task.