The Diploma in Applied Statistics is a program offered by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, which seeks to give students of the Applied Sciences a technical competency in the use and application of Statistics.
The program is intended mainly for those whose primary area of expertise is not in Statistics, but who feel the need to be able to use modern statistical techniques. This program seeks to fill a need of scientists to reach a useful level of competency in the use of statistical methodology.
The program consists of 5.00 credits chosen from the following list. It is important to take into account the necessary prerequisites when determining the sequence in which the courses are taken. Consult an advisor from the department for assistance.
|MATH*1160||Linear Algebra I||0.50|
|STAT*3100||Introductory Mathematical Statistics I||0.50|
|STAT*3110||Introductory Mathematical Statistics II||0.50|
|STAT*3240||Applied Regression Analysis||0.50|
|STAT*3320||Sampling Theory with Applications||0.50|
|STAT*3510||Environmental Risk Assessment||0.50|
|STAT*4050||Topics in Applied Statistics I||0.50|
|STAT*4060||Topics in Applied Statistics II||0.50|
|STAT*4150||Topics in Applied Statistics III||0.50|
|STAT*4350||Applied Multivariate Statistical Methods||0.50|
|STAT*4360||Applied Time Series Analysis||0.50|