Statistics Level 3

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mrs P. Jager

Recommended Prior Learning

Have at least 14 credits from Level Two Mathematics and Statistics. MUST have UE Literacy. 

Statistics Level 3

This course is a very useful course at Level Three. You will gain a completely different view of the statistics you hear in the media and will be well informed not just for further study but life in general. A good grounding in statistics is rapidly becoming one of the most sought after skills in many career options and this course prepares you for that. 

You will learn to use your own sense of curiosity to answer questions of data, learn to use your writing skills to convince others of your results and then learn how to use statistics to critically evaluate the statistics you see in everyday life. 

Students without access to a tablet or laptop may be disadvantaged when school devices are unavailable. 

Learning Areas:


Career Pathways

Mining Engineer, Agricultural/Horticultural Scientist, Agricultural Technician, Animal Care Attendant, Zoologist, Chemist, Statistician, Architectural Technician, Archivist, Historian, Biochemist, Science Technician, Clinical Coder, Journalist, Legal Executive, Forensic Scientist, Environmental Scientist, Economist, Food Technologist, Forestry Scientist, Market Research Analyst, Survey Interviewer, Tertiary Lecturer, Data Analyst

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Workbook $7.
Students without access to a tablet or laptop may be disadvantaged when school devices are unavailable.

Pathway Tags

Statistics course lead to careers in data science, health, technology, education, industry, administrator, bank manager, accountant, commodity broker, corporate investment banker, financial advisor/manager, risk analyst, insurance, logistics and distribution manger, statistician, stockbroker, system analyst, tax inspector, transport planner


Courses outlined will only be available if sufficient students wish to take them AND appropriate staff are available to teach them. Courses that do not run may be offered through distance learning and be supported by the Distance Learning Department.