STAT 638 Fundamental Models in Statistical Inference (Graduate)
This is a 3-credit course in Statistics that develops the theoretical background of statistical inference including applications. This course emphasizes the study of probability models that form the basis of standard statistical techniques. Statistical techniques considered include inferences involving measures of central tendency and measures of variability. Maximum likelihood estimates, interval estimates and hypothesis testing are among these.
Prerequisite: An undergraduate minor in mathematics and a 2.5 Grade Point Average (GPA) with a bachelor’s degree.
Prerequisite Courses: None
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