Curriculum in Applied Statistics

The program in applied statistics is designed to be completed in approximately 11 months of full-time study beginning June, 2015 (for AY 2015/16) and consisting of 6 credits in the summer, 12 credits in the fall and 12 credits in the spring, for a total of 30 credits.  

Students must obtain a B or higher in all courses. Sample courses of study, targeted to particular industries, are given below. Course descriptions can be found HERE.

 

Summer Semester
(begins June 30, 2014 for AY2014-15)
Course Credits
Select two 3-credit courses from the list below:
ACMS courses in Probability, Statistics or
     Numerical Analysis
ESTM Accounting or Finance courses
6
TOTAL 6

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Example Programs

Biostatistics or Statistical Bioinformatics Emphasis

Fall Semester Spring Semester
Course Credits Course Credits
Applied Linear Models 3 Applied General Linear Models 3
Applied Probability 3 Statistical Inference 3
Stat Methods for Molecular Biology 3 Stat Methods in the Biological Health Sciences 3
Technical elective 3 ACMS Elective (Bayesian Analysis, Exper. Design) 3

Financial Statistics Emphasis

Fall Semester Spring Semester
Course Credits Course Credits
Applied Probability 3 Stochastic Analysis 3
Stat Methods for Financial Risk Management 3 Time Series Analysis 3
Quantitative Methods for Investment 3 Statistical Inference 3
Applied Linear Models 3 Applied General Linear Models 3


 

Statistical Computing Emphasis

Fall Semester Spring Semester
Course Credits Course Credits
Applied Probability 3 Stochastic Analysis 3
Numerical Analysis I 3 Advanced Scientific Computing 3
Applied Linear Models 3 Applied General Linear Models 3
Technical elective 3 Time Series Analysis 3

 

 

 

 

 

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