### Courses

Term: Summer 2013

Subject: Statistics

##### STAT 051 - Probability With Statistics

Introduction to probabilistic and statistical reasoning, including probability distribution models and applications to current scientific/social issues. Roles of probability, study design, and exploratory/confirmatory data analysis. Prerequisite: Two years H.S. algebra. No credit for Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors in the mathematical and engineering sciences.

##### STAT 111 - Elements of Statistics

Basic statistical concepts, methods, and applications, including correlation, regression, confidence intervals, and hypothesis tests. Prerequisite: Two years of high school algebra; Sophomore standing.

##### STAT 141 - Basic Statistical Methods

Foundational course for students taking further quantitative courses. Exploratory data analysis, probability distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing. Introductory regression, experimentation, contingency tables, and nonparametrics. Computer software used. Prerequisites: MATH 019 or MATH 021; Sophomore standing.

##### STAT 143 - Statistics for Engineering

Data analysis, probability models, parameter estimation, hypothesis testing. Multi- factor experimental design and regression analysis. Quality control, SPC, reliability. Engineering cases and project. Statistical analysis software. Prerequisites: MATH 020 or MATH 022; Sophomore standing.

##### STAT 183 - Statistics for Business

Advanced quantitative methodologies for contemporary business scenarios. Analysis of variance, multiple regression, time series analysis, non-parametric methods, Bayesian statistics and decision analysis. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or EC 170.

##### STAT 211 - Statistical Methods I

Fundamental concepts for data analysis and experimental design. Descriptive and inferential statistics, including classical and nonparametric methods, regression, correlation, and analysis of variance. Statistical software. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Cross-listed with: BIOS 211.

##### STAT 225 - Applied Regression Analysis

Simple linear and multiple regression models; least squares estimates, correlation, prediction, forecasting. Problems of multicollinearity and influential data (outliers).