Typical Schedule and Degree Requirements

Candidates for the Master’s degree have six years to complete their degree after starting the program. Students are to consult with the Director of the Applied Statistics Graduate Program to formulate a program of study suitable to their individual needs. Degree requirements may be subject to change.

 

Year 1

Fall Semester Credits        Spring Semester Credits
MAT 7404:             Statistical Methods 3       MAT 8406:                Regression Methods  3
MAT 8400:            Statistical Theory I 3       MAT 8401:            Statistical Theory II 3
MAT 7500:            Statistical Programming 3          

Year 2

Fall Semester   Credits        Spring Semester Credits
MAT 8412:                 Linear Models    3       Elective
3
Elective
3       Elective 3
Elective 3       Applied Statistics Comprehensive Exam  

Other Important Information

  1. MAT 7404: Statistical Methods, MAT 8400: Statistical Theory I, and MAT 8412: Linear Models are only offered in the Fall semester.
  2. MAT 8401: Statistical Theory II and MAT 8406: Regression Methods are only offered in the Spring semester.
  3. MAT 7500: Statistical Programming is always offered in the Fall semester, and will sometimes be offered in the Spring semester (please consult with the Director of Applied Statistics if you are building a schedule around MAT 7500 in the Spring).
  4. MAT 7404 is a pre-req for both MAT 8406 and MAT 8412. MAT 8400 is a pre-req for MAT 8401.
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Contact

Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Tel: 610.519.4850
Fax: 610.519.6928

Graduate Applied Statistics Director: Dr. Paul Bernhardt