Autumn 2019 STAT 30030=STAT 24410

Course: STAT 30030=STAT 24410

Title: Statistical Theory and Methods 1a

Instructor(s):  Daniel Sanz-Alonso

Teaching Assistant(s): TBA

Class Schedule:  Sec 01:TR 2:00 PM–3:20 PM in Harper Memorial 140

Office Hours:

Textbook(s): Rice, Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis, 3rd edition.

Description: This course is an alternative version of STAT 24400 that requires STAT 25100 Introduction to Mathematical Probability as a prerequisite and that replaces some probability topics with additional statistics topics not normally covered in STAT 24400-24500 Statistical Theory and Methods I-II.

Prerequisite(s): STAT 25100; Multivariate calculus (MATH 19520 or 20000 or 20500, or equivalent). Concurrent or prior linear algebra (MATH 19620 or 25500 or STAT 24300 or equivalent) is recommended for students continuing to STAT 24500.

Note(s): Some previous experience with statistics helpful but not required. Students may count either STAT 24400 or STAT 24410, but not both, toward the forty-two credits required for graduation.