New course numbers in STAT

The Department of Statistical Science has recently renumbered some of the courses in Statistics, in order to clarify the intended audience of the courses. Under the new system, there are no 5000 level courses. All courses are either at the 4000 level or below (for undergraduates only), or at the 6000 level or above. Courses with numbers between 6XXX and 6X20 do not carry credit for the PhD program, and are intended for MASDA students, or (with Departmental permission) advanced senior undergraduates.

Listed by old number

Old number

New number

Course title

5304

6307

Introduction to Statistical Computing (SAS 1)

5340

4341

Probability and Statistics for Sci. And Eng.

5344 (EMIS 5344)

4344

Statistical Quality Control

5350 (ECO 5350)

4350

Introductory Econometrics

5370

6315

Survey Sampling

5371

6301

Experimental Statistics I

5372

6302

Experimental Statistics II

5373

6311

Mathematical Statistics with Applications

5374

6312

Mathematical Statistics II

5375 (ECO 5375)

4375

Economic and Business Forecasting

5377 (CSE 5377)

4377

Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments

5380 (ECO 6380)

6316

Data Mining and Predictive Analytics

6304

6324

Computational Statistics (R)

 

Listed by new number

New number

Old number

Course title

4341

5340

Probability and Statistics for Sci. And Eng.

4344

5344 (EMIS 5344)

Statistical Quality Control

4350

5350 (ECO 5350)

Introductory Econometrics

4375

5375 (ECO 5375)

Economic and Business Forecasting

4377

5377 (CSE 5377)

Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments

6301

5371

Experimental Statistics I

6302

5372

Experimental Statistics II

6307

5304

Introduction to Statistical Computing (SAS 1)

6311

5373

Mathematical Statistics with Applications

6312

5374

Mathematical Statistics II

6315

5370

Survey Sampling

6316

5380 (ECO 6380)

Data Mining and Predictive Analytics

6324

6304

Computational Statistics (R)