BS (Hons) Statistics

Requirements for Major

A minimum 48 credit hours including the following core courses

STAT 101: Statistical Methods (3 credits)
STAT 102: Probability and Probability Distributions (3 credits)
STAT 201: Statistical Inference I (3 credits)
STAT 202: Statistical Inference II (3 credits)
STAT 301: Sampling Techniques I (3 credits)
STAT 302: Experimental Design I (3 credits)
STAT 304: Distribution Theory (3 credits)
STAT 305: Statistical Quality Control (3 credits)
STAT 403: Point Estimation (3 credits)

and any 7 of the following courses

STAT 103: Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences (3 credits)
STAT 205: Business Statistics (3 credits)
STAT 303: Regression Analysis I (3 credits)
STAT 306: Population Studies (3 credits)
STAT 307: Sampling Techniques II (3 credits)
STAT 308: Experimental Design II (3 credits)
STAT 309: Regression Analysis II (3 credits)
STAT 310: Time Series Analysis (3 credits)
STAT 311: Mathematical Statistics (3 credits)
STAT 312: Non Parametric Statistics (3 credits)
STAT 313: Operations Research (3 credits)
STAT 314: Reliability Analysis (3 credits)
STAT 315: Statistical Packages and Data Analysis (3 credits)
STAT 400: Acceptance Sampling (3 credits)
STAT 401: Stochastic Processes (3 credits)
STAT 402: Advanced Theory of Statistics (3 credits)
STAT 403: Point Estimation (3 credits)
STAT 404: Linear Models (3 credits)
STAT 405: Decision Theory (3 credits)
STAT 406: Applied Multivariate Analysis (3 credits)
STAT 407: Estimation and Hypothesis Testing (3 credits)
STAT 408: Biostatistics (3 credits)
STAT 409: Survival Data Analysis (3 credits)
STAT 410: Advanced Multivariate Analysis (3 credits)
STAT 411: Survey Methods (3 credits)
STAT 412: Advanced Statistical Quality Control (3 credits)
STAT 499: Research project (6 credits)

Requirements for Minor

Any 8 of the following courses

STAT 101: Statistical Methods (3 credits)
STAT 102: Probability and Probability Distributions (3 credits)
STAT 103: Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences (3 credits)
STAT 201: Statistical Inference I (3 credits)
STAT 202: Statistical Inference II (3 credits)
STAT 302: Experimental Design I (3 credits)
STAT 303: Regression Analysis I (3 credits)
STAT 304: Distribution Theory (3 credits)
STAT 305: Statistical Quality Control (3 credits)
STAT 307: Sampling Techniques II (3 credits)
STAT 308: Experimental Design II (3 credits)
STAT 309: Regression Analysis II (3 credits)
STAT 311: Mathematical Statistics (3 credits)
STAT 312: Non Parametric Statistics (3 credits)
STAT 313: Operations Research (3 credits)
STAT 315: Statistical Packages and Data Analysis (3 credits)
STAT 403: Point Estimation (3 credits)
STAT 407: Estimation and Hypothesis Testing (3 credits)
STAT 408: Biostatistics (3 credits)
STAT 411: Survey Methods (3 credits)
STAT 412: Advanced Statistical Quality Control (3 credits)

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