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4.13.7 Statistics Course Descriptions-2000 Level
Course Code
STAT 2000  Credits View Details
Title Basic Statistical Analysis 2 
Description (Lab required) This course is not recommended for students in certain programs (see the description of STAT 2150). The study of estimation and hypothesis testing procedures for means and proportions in one, two and multiple sample situations, introduction to the analysis of variance; regression and correlation analysis; optional topics may include nonparametric procedures, design of experiments, probability models. May not to be held with STAT 1150, STAT 2001. Prerequisite: STAT 1000 (C), or STAT 1001 (C). 


Course Code
STAT 2150  Credits View Details
Title Statistics and Computing 
Description (Lab required) This course is recommended for students in mathematically rich disciplines, including Statistics, Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Computer Science, and related interdisciplinary programs. Topics to be covered include: exploratory data analysis and visualization, graphical methods, random number generation, random variables, simple statistical models and computing, Monte Carlo methods, large sample and simulation-based inference, statistical software packages. Prerequisites: [STAT 1150 (C) or STAT 2000 (B) or STAT 2001 (B)] and [a C or better in one of: MATH 1230, MATH 1500, MATH 1501, MATH 1510, the former MATH 1530, or MATH 1690 (C)]. 


Course Code
STAT 2220  Credits View Details
Title Contemporary Statistics for Engineers 
Description (Lab Required) Descriptive statistics, basic probability concepts, special statistical distributions, statistical inference-estimation and hypothesis testing, regression, reliability, statistical process control. May not be held with STAT 1000, STAT 1001 or STAT 1150. Prerequisite: a ā€œCā€ or better in one of MATH 1232, MATH 1690, the former MATH 1680, MATH 1700, MATH 1701, MATH 1710


Course Code
STAT 2400  Credits View Details
Title Introduction to Probability I 
Description (Lab Required) Basic probability, discrete distributions including binomal, hypergeometric, geometric and Poisson, joint distributions, applications involving discrete random variables. This course is not available to any student who has previously obtained credit for the former STAT 3500. Prerequisites: STAT 1150 (C), STAT 2000 (B), or STAT 2001 (B); and one of MATH 1232 (C), MATH 1690 (C), MATH 1700 (B), MATH 1701 (B), MATH 1710 (B), or the former MATH 1730 (B).