Graduate Credit for Undergraduate Statistics (STAT) Courses

To earn graduate credit for any undergraduate course authorized in the graduate
catalog, the student must complete an extra assignment of graduate level quality
that is not required of undergraduate students.  The following advanced undergraduate
courses have been approved by the Graduate Council for graduate credit:

4301. Biostatistics. 3(3-0)
For students in biology, health sciences, human sciences and wildlife science.  Descriptive
and inferential statistics, basic probability concepts, probability distributions, estimation,
hypothesis testing, correlation, simple linear regression, principles of epidemiology, statistical
vs. clinical significance and quasi-statistical methods. 
Prerequisites: MATH 1314.

4303. Statistical Methods. 3(3-0)
Calculus-based probability, discrete and continuous random variables, joint distributions,
sampling distributions, the central limit theorem, descriptive statistics, interval estimates, hypothesis
tests, ANOVA, correlation and simple regression.
Prerequisite:  MATH 2414 

4350. Probability. 3(3-0)
Sample spaces, combinatorics, independence, conditional probability, and Bayes' rule. Discrete
and continuous probability distribution, Chebychev's inequality, and limit theorems.
Prerequisite: MATH 3415.

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