2018-2019 Undergraduate Course Catalog 
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2018-2019 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Applied Statistics Minor

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Pinyuen Chen, Advisor
215 Carnegie Library


Eddie Bevilacqua, Pinyuen Chen, Peng Gao, Susan H. Gensemer, Vernon L. Greene, Chihwa (Duke) Kao, Hyune-Ju Kim, Yingyi Ma, Jan Ivar Ondrich, Steve Stehman, Lianjun Zhang, Raja Velu, William Volterman, Janet Wilmoth

To complete this minor, students take at least 18 credits from the distribution below. Courses are selected in consultation with a member of the Program Committee. With permission from the Program Committee, students receive credits toward the minor for other courses that have sufficient statistics content.

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Basic probability concepts and skills in working with basic probability formulas

2. Working knowledge of one computing technique from the list: MATLAB, MINITAB, R, SAS, and SPSS and the interpretation of its computing outputs

3. Data analysis ability in one of the following subjects: regression analysis, design of experiment, survey sampling, contingency table, engineering statistics, stochastic processing and time series analysis

4. Statistical application in one of the following areas: biology, computer science, earth science, environmental science, communications, economics, engineering, forestry, geography, public affairs, political science, management, psychology, and sociology and social work


* Courses with an APM prefix are offered by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.

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