Applied Statistics Course Requirements
Within the first two years of their admission to the program, incoming students seeking a PhD degree should complete the following courses:
 Statistics Core Courses:
 Mathematical Statistics I and II: STAT 700701
 Linear Statistical Models I and II: STAT 740741
 Multivariate Analysis (one of the following):
 STAT 750
 EDMS 771
 BMGT 837
 BIOM 621
 Statistical Computing (one of the following):
 STAT 705
 AMSC 660 and one Applied Statistical Computing course (Business,Public Health,Biometrics,etc.)
 A year of coursework in an area of application, consisting of either 6 credits at the 600800 level or of 9 credits, at least 3 of which are at the 600800 level.
 Three credits of elective coursework which shall be chosen by the student with the approval of his or her Study Advisory Committee.
No course may be used to meet more than one requirement, and thesis research (799, 899) is not to be counted toward course requirements. Most courses clearly fall into either one category or the other; if a question does arise, it is the function of the Graduate Committee to decide the category into which a given course is to be placed.


Programs
Applied Mathematics
Applied Statistics
Scientific Comptuation
Applied Statistics Concentration
AS Overview
AS Doctorate
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AS Proposal (pdf)
AS Preliminary Requirements
AS Preliminary Requirements
AS Course Requirements
AS Qualifying Exam Requirements
AS Data Analysis Project
AS Practicum
AS Coursework Requirement Comparsion Table
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