Professor of Statistics / Director of Graduate Studies
A total of 31 credit hours, including the following 5 courses:
- STAT-S 520: Introduction to Statistics, or a more advanced course on statistical theory approved by the Director of Graduate Studies. The Department offers two advanced theory sequences. STAT-S 621-622 is a 2-semester theory sequence for students in the M.S. in Statistical Science degree program. STAT-S 721-722 is a 2-semester theory sequence for students in the Ph.D. in Statistical Science degree program. These courses assume STAT-S 520 and suitable mathematical background. A student who fulfills the MSAS theory requirement by taking STAT-S 520 is welcome to then take an advanced theory class as an elective.
- One of the following:
- STAT-S 610: Introduction Statistical Computing
- STAT-S 611: Statistical Computing
- STAT-S 612: Managing Statistical Research: The Workflow Of Data Analysis
- STAT-S 631: Applied Linear Models I
- STAT-S 632: Applied Linear Models II
- STAT-S 690: Statistical Consulting
One additional course taken from the Department of Statistics.
The remaining 12 credit hours must be taken in an area relevant to the field of Statistics, and must be approved by the Director of Graduate Studies.