Offered by Department of Mathematics and Statistics
College of Natural and Social Sciences
- STAT 835P - Statistical Techniques - 3 hours
- An introduction to statistics for educational and sociological research. Will include descriptive statistics, normal
distribution, and an introduction to correlation, hypothesis testing, and analysis of variance.
- STAT 837P - Computer Analysis of Statistical Data - 3 hours
- Prereq: one introductory statistics course and one computer science course
The analysis of data taken from the social sciences. The computer will be a tool for the course.
- STAT 840 - Stochastic Modeling - 3 hours
- Prereq: STAT 441*
Methods quantifying the dynamic relationships of sequences of random events. Methods studied include markov chains, poisson,
renewal, branching, and queuing, and their many applications to real life situations.
- STAT 841P - Probability and Statistics - 3 hours
- Prereq: MATH 202* or permission of instructor
Elementary probability theory and statistical applications.
- STAT 842P - Mathematical Statistics - 3 hours
- Prereq: MATH 260*, STAT 441 OR STAT 345*, STAT 441*
A continuation of 441/841P. The further mathematical development of special probability densities, functions of random
variables, sampling distributions, decision theory, point and interval estimators, hypotheses testing, and covariance.
- STAT 881 - Statistical Inference I - 3 hours
- Prereq: STAT 441* or STAT 841P* or equivalent; admission into the graduate program for a Master of Science in Education in Curriculum and Instruction
A continuation of STAT 441/841P. The further development of probability and distributions, multivariate distributions, some
special distributions, and limiting distributions.
- STAT 891P - Expanded Campus Workshop - 1-3 hours
- Selected contemporary topics in statistics are covered.
- STAT 895P - Independent Study in Statistics - 1-3 hours
* This course is the immediate prerequisite. Other preparation is required prior to this immediate prerequisite.
22 Feb 2010