You Need Statistics to Make Wine

Todd P Chang 10845962_10204840870808885_3322491173165553713_nThe American Statistical Association has identified 146 college majors that require statistics to complete a degree.

You probably wouldn’t be surprised that statistics is required for degrees in mathematics, engineering, physics, astronomy, chemistry, meteorology, and even biology and geology. Most business-related degrees also require statistics. Agronomy degrees require statistics as do degrees in dairy science, aquatic sciences, and veterinary sciences. Degrees for medical professions such as nursing, nutrition, physical therapy, occupational health, pharmacy, and speech-language-hearing all require statistics. And, many social science degrees require statistics, including economics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, education, and criminology. What may be surprising though is that statistics is required for some degrees in history, archaeology, geography, culinary science, viticulture (grape horticulture), journalism, graphic communications, library science, and linguistics. Pretty much everybody needs to know statistics.

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About statswithcats

Charlie Kufs has been crunching numbers for over thirty years. He currently works as a statistician.
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One Response to You Need Statistics to Make Wine

  1. ndemi says:

    Just thinking of majoring in statistics.

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