FALL 2004 (last updated 9/13/04)

College of Natural Sciences

University Schedule in a Glance
Graduate School Deadlines
Final Exam Schedule

STCC 101 - ACTIVITY BASED STATISTICS (3 Credits)  

(Final Exam:  12/13 (M), 3:40-5:40p)
Previous Text = Utts: Seeing Through Statistics, 3/e, Duxbury/Thomson (0-534-39402-7)
Must register for Lecture AND Laboratory


Lecture:

001 316252 9:00-9:50a TR 206 Weber Bldg Josh French 301 Stats/491-2620

Laboratory
L01 316253 9:51-10:40a TR 206 Weber Bldg Josh French 301 Stats/491-2620


STCC 201 - GENERAL STATISTICS (3 Credits)

Triola: Elementary Statistics, 9/e, Pearson-Addison Wesley, ISBN: 0 321 13306 4 (w/CD)
Section 001 and 002 MUST register for a Recitation in the R01 through R08 group
Section 003  MUST register for R09

Lectures :
001 313450 9:00-9:50a TR 212 Eddy Rick Gumina 104 Stats/491-5330
002 313451 11:00-11:50a TR C111 Aylesworth Rick Gumina 104 Stats/491-5330
003 313452 7:00-7:50p TR A203 Clark Wenying Huang 307 Stats/491-3824

Recitations:
R01 313453 8:00-8:50a F D 104 Engineering Sarah Williams 007 Stats/491-0647
R02 313454 10:00-10:50a F E 202 Engineering Sarah Williams 007 Stats/491-0647
R03 313455 11:00-11:50a F 115 Mil.Sci. Damian Wandler 007 Stats/491-0647
R04 313456 11:00-11:50a F B 103 Engineering Sarah Williams 007 Stats/491-0647
R05 313457 12:10-1:00p F B 101 Engineering Damian Wandler 007 Stats/491-0647
R06 313458 12:10-1:00p F B 103 Engineering Pat Kavanagh 007 Stats/491-0647
R07 313459 3:10-4:00p F E 202 Engineering Damian Wandler 007 Stats/491-0647
R08 313461 3:10-4:00p F B 4 Engineering Pat Kavanagh

007 Stats/491-0647
R09 313460 7:51-8:15p TR A 203 Clark Wenying Huang 307 Stats/491-3824


STCC204 - STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS (3 Credits)  

(Common Final Exam:  12/16 (R), 7:00-9:00am)
Sections 001 and 002 MUST register for ONE Laboratory in the L01 thru L08 group
Section 003 MUST register for L09 -- Note:  All Labs have one scheduled hour plus one hour arranged
Mason/Lind/Marchal - Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 12th Ed.
(ISBN:0073100889), McGraw-Hill. (Customized paperback version)

Lectures:
001 313331 11:00-11:50a TR A104 Clark Courtney Sykes 105 Stats/491-6769
002 313332 1:10-2:00p TR A102 Clark Courtney Sykes 105 Stats/491-6769
003 313333 7:00-7:50p TR A202 Clark Ke Wang 301 Stats/491-2620

Laboratories:
L01 313334 8:00-8:50a F + C364 Clark

Ambika Alahan

007 Stats/491-0647

L02 313335 10:00-10:50a F + 201 Military Sci

Travis Atkinson

007 Stats/491-0647

L03 313336 10:00-10:50a F + 133 Wagar

Ambika Alahan

007 Stats/491-0647

L04 313337 11:00-11:50a F + C360 Clark

Ryan Morrison

007 Stats/491-0647

L05 313338 12:10-1:00p F + C 337 Clark

Ambika Alahan

007 Stats/491-0647

L06 313339 12:10-1:00p F + C 358 Clark

Travis Atkinson

007 Stats/491-0647

L07 313340 3:10-4:00p F + B101 Engineering

Ryan Morrison

007 Stats/491-0647

L08 313341 3:10-4:00p F + B 2 Engineering

Travis Atkinson

007 Stats/491-0647

L09 313342 7:51-8:15p TR + A 202 Clark Ke Wang

301 Stats/491-2620



STCC 301 - INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS (3 credits) 

(Final Exam: 001, 12-17(F), 9:10-11:00am / 002, 12-15(W),1:30-3:30pm / 003, 12-16 (R), 1:30-3:30pm  / 004, 12-14 (T), 9:10a-11:10am) / 005, 12/14 (T) 8:00-10:00pm)
Devore/Peck: Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data, 5/e, Duxbury/Wadsworth 
(ISBN: 0-534-46723-7)

001 315555 8:00-8:50a MWF A204 Clark Derek Sonderegger 310 Stats/491-3770
002 315556 10:00-10:50a MWF 232 Wagar Courtney Sykes 105 Stats/491-6769
003 315557 12:10-1:00p MWF A202 Clark Stacey Hancock 301 Stats/491-2620
004 315558 2:10-3:00p MWF A204 Clark Stu Kilzer 309 Stats/491-3760
005 315559 7:00-8:15p TR 120 Engineering Austin Lampros 305 Stats/491-3778
006 325404 1:10-2:00p MWF 167 Rockwell Courtney Sykes 105 Stats/491-6769


ST 302 - DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 12/15 (W),1:30-3:30pm)
Kuehl: Design of Experiments: Statistical principles of research design and analysis, 2nd, Duxbury (0534368344)


001 315560 10:00-10:50a MWF 118 Shepardson Bill Coar 310 Stats/491-3770


ST 303 - INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATIONS PRINCIPLES (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 12/13 (M),9:10-11:10am)    See EE303 for textbook information


001 313931 3:35-4:50p TR 212 Shepardson Louis Scharf Engr Bldg 491-2979


ST 305 ­ SAMPLING TECHNIQUES (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 12/14 (T), 9:10-11:10am)
Scheaffer/Mendenhall/Ott: Elementary Survey Sampling w/3" disk, 1996, Duxbury/Thomson/ITP (0-534-24342-8)


001 316360 2:10-3:00p MWF E 202 Engineering  Dave Bowden 221 Stats/491-5077


STCC 307 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 001=12/15 (W), 1:30-3:30pm, 002/003 = 12/16 (R), 9:10-11:00am)
Samuels/Witmer: Statistics for the Life Sciences, 3/E, Prentice Hall (013041316X)    
Optional: Student version of Minitab. NOTE:  Section 003 will REQUIRE Minitab.


001 315561 10:00-10:50a MWF A108 Micro Todd Iverson 301 Stats/491-2620
002 315562 11:00-11:50a MWF A202 Clark Arkom Chollapand 310 Stats/491-3770
003 315563 11:00-11:50a MWF A108 Micro. Thomas Keefe 145 EnvHlth/491-5970


STCC 309 - ENGINEERING STATISTICS (3 Credits)   

Final Exam: 12/15 (W), 7:00-9:00am)  
Devore: Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 6/e.,  ITP/Duxbury  (0-534-39933-9)
Optional: Student solution manual (0-534-37283-X)

001 315564 1:10-2:00p MWF C146 Clark Fang Yao 220 Stats/491-3087


ST 310 ­ DATA ANALYSIS & DATABASE MANAGEMENT TOOLS (3 Credits)  


(Final Exam: 12/14 (T), 11:20a-1:20p)
Napier/Judd: Mastering and Using MS Access 2000 (0619051507), Course Technology, Div. Of ITP
SAS Documentation for ST310: Data Analysis and Database Management Tools
, l/E (1590471091), SAS Publishing

001 313372 2:10-3:25p TR 206 Weber Geof Givens 222 Stats/491-6402


STCC311 - STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES I (3 Credits)  

(Final Exam: 12/14 (T), 3:40-5:40pm) 
Howell: Statistical Methods for Psychology, 5th Ed., ITP/Duxbury  (0-534-37770-X)


001 315565 4:10-5:25p MW 101 Pathology Ken Berry B241 Clark/491-5070


ST 420 - PROBABILITY/MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS I (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 12/16 (R), 7:00-9:00am)
Larsen: Intro to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications, 2001 (3rd ed.), Prentice Hall (0-13-922303-7)


001 315566 11:00-11:50a MWF 170 Rockwell Thomas Lee 205 Stats/491-2185


ST 495 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text)


001 @Dept Arranged Arranged


ST 501 - STATISTICAL SCIENCE (1 Credit)

(No Final Exam)    No Text - Instructor Handouts
Offered via DISTANCE / LIBRARY (Instructor on tape: Richard Davis)

001 313372 310-400p T 006 Statistics Jay Breidt 201 Stats/491-6786


ST 511 - DESIGN & DATA ANALYSIS FOR RESEARCHERS I (4 Credits)

(Final Exam:  001/R01 = 12/14 (T), 9:10-11:10a; 002/R02 = 12/14 (T),11:20a-1:20p)
Ott: Intro to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis w/3" disk, 5th edition, ITP Wadsworth (0-534-25122-6)
001 must register for R01; 002 must register for R02.
Section 002/R02 is offered via DISTANCE/LIBRARY

001
R01

313165
313167  
2:10-3:50p MW  A206 Clark Phil Chapman 224 Stats/491-7263
002
R02
313166
313168
2:10-3:50p TR A206 Clark Hari Iyer
202 Stats/491-6870


ST 520 - INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY (4 Credits)

(Final Exam may be done: 12/14 (T), 9:10p-11:10a AND/OR 12/14 (T), 11:20a-1:20pm)
Grimett/Stirzaker, Probability and Random Processes, 3rd Ed., Oxford University Press (Paper) (0-19-857222-0)
Offered via DISTANCE/LIBRARY


001 315568 2:10-3:00p MTRF 006 Statistics Jan Hannig 204 Stats/491-7460


ST 525 - ANALYSIS OF TIME SERIES I (3 Credits) 

(Final Exam: 12/15 (W), 7:00-9:00am)
Brockwell/Davis: Intro to Time Series and Forecasting, Springer, 2nd Ed., 2002 (ISBN:0-387-95351-5)
Offered via DISTANCE/LIBRARY


001 315569 1:10-2:00p MWF 006 Statistics Peter Brockwell 211 Stats/491-3841
 

ST 540 - DATA ANALYSIS AND REGRESSION (3 Credits)   

(Final Exam: 12/16 (R), 3:40-5:40p)
Kutner, Nachtschiem, Li, Neter: Applied Linear Statistical Models (5th ed.w/=CD), Irwin  (2005) (007310874X).
Offered via DISTANCE


001 313773 12:30-1:45p TR 006 Statistics Dave Bowden 221 Stats/491-5077


ST 592 - SEMINAR (1 Credit)

(No text) (No final exam)
Note:  M.S. statistics students are to register for ST 592.  Ph.D. students are to register for ST792.


001 315570 3:10-4:00p W E202 Engineering    


ST 600 - STATISTICAL COMPUTING (3 Credits)   

(Final Exam: 12/13 (M), 3:40-5:40pm)
Instructor Prepared Notes
Offered via DISTANCE


001 313436 10:00-11:15a TR 006 Statistics Geof Givens 222 Stats/491-6402


ST 604 - MANAGERIAL STATISTICS (3 Credits)   

(Final Exam: 12/13 (M), 8:00-10:00pm)
Keller and Warrick: Statistics for Management and Economics, 6/e, Duxbury (with Mintab Edition 14) (0534199046)
Offered via DISTANCE

Note: Module starts 10/18/04 and ends 12/12/04

001 325315 5:30-9:10p W 165 Rockwell Tom Boardman 217 Stats/491-5721


ST 640 - DESIGN AND LINEAR MODELING I (4 Credits)

Hocking: Methods & Applications of Linear Models, ''03, Wiley  (ISBN: 047123222X)
Offered via DISTANCE/LIBRARY


ST 650 - DESIGN AND LINEAR MODELING II (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 12/16 (R), 9:10-11:10am)
Hocking: Methods & Applications of Linear Models, '03, Wiley  (ISBN: 047123222X)

001 312939 11:00-11:50a MWF E106 Engineering Hari Iyer 202 Stats/491-6870

 
ST 675DV - TOPICS IN STATISTICAL METHODS - COMPUTER INTENSIVE METHODS (Var.)   

(Final Exam: TBD)
Gelman, Carlin, Stern, Rubin: Bayesian Data Analysis., 2/e, CRC Press-Chapman and Hall, (158488388X)

001 @Dept Arranged 223a Weber Jennifer Hoeting 214 Stats/491-2897
 

ST 675KV - TOPICS IN STATISTICAL METHODS - BAYESIAN STATISTICS (Var.)   

(Final Exam: TBD)
Gelman, Carlin, Stern, Rubin: Bayesian Data Analysis., 2/e, CRC Press-Chapman and Hall, (158488388X)

001 325264

2:10-4:00p M and
2:10-3:00 W

223a Weber Jennifer Hoeting 214 Stats/491-2897
This course has an OPTIONAL LABORATORY: 2:10-3:00 F, Room 206 Weber with open lab times of 3:10-4:00 F.

ST 684  - SUPERVISED COLLEGE TEACHING (1-3 credits)   

201/204 TAs should register for 3 credits of ST684


001 @Dept Arranged Arranged


ST 695 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text)


001 @Dept Arranged Arranged


ST 699 - THESIS (Var.)

(No text required) (DISTANCE/no taping required)


001 315571 Arranged Arranged Advisor
 

ST 725 - TIME SERIES AND STATIONARY PROCESSES (3 Credits)   

(Final Exam: 12/15, W, 1:30-3:30p)
See instructor for textbook information


001


325265

10:00-10:50a MWF

006 Statistics
Peter Brockwell
and
Richard Davis
211 Stats/491-3841

102 Stats/491-7321


ST 730 - ADVANCED THEORY OF STATISTICS I -  (4 credits)
 

See instructor for text information
(Final Exam: 12/13, M, 1:30-3:30p)
001 316759 9:00-9:50a MTWR 006 Statistics Haonan Wang 218 Stats/491-2449


ST 770 - APPROXIMATION THEORY AND METHODS (3 Credits)   

(Final Exam: 12/13, M, 7:00-9:00a)
Textbook decision needed

001 325266 3:30-4:45p WF 006 Statistics Ron Butler 212 Stats/491-5762


ST 792 - SEMINAR (1 Cr.)

(No text)
Note:  Ph.D. statistics students register for ST 792.  M.S. students should register for ST 592.


001 316760 4:10-5:00p M E202 Engineering  


ST 795 - INDEPENDENT STUDY(Var.)

(No text)


001 @Dept Arranged Arranged


ST 796 - GROUP STUDY (Var.)

Text decision needed


001 @ Dept Arranged Arranged Jennifer Hoeting 214 Stats/491-2897


ST 799 - DISSERTATION (Var.)

(No text)
 

001 315574 Arranged Arranged


CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION

318782    CR-CONRG
Students who are not otherwise registered must use the CR option.
CR-ON is required in the semester of graduation, regardless of student location


NOTES:
 
First day of class August 23 "W" period ends October 18
Late Registration Fee assessed as of August 23 Thanksgiving Break starts November 20
Labor Day, September 6 -- No Classes  Last day of classes December 10
Last day to FREE DROP classes September 8 Finals week begins December 13
Last day to ADD classes September 8 Commencement 12/17,18


GRADUATE SCHOOL DEADLINES FOR FALL 2003 GRADUATION

GS25 ­Application for Graduation  October 1
GS24-Report of Final Exam to Grad School November 10
Thesis/Dissertation to Graduate School  November 10
Clearance of Departmental Requirements
    (i.e., Seminar, Project Report copies)
December 17

CSUN/DISTANCE COURSES

Live Taping:   540, 600
Library Courses:  501, 511, 520, 525, 640
Other:  699 (no taping)

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

Monday, December 13  7:00am-9:00am ST770
9:10-11:10 am ST/EE303
11:20am-1:20pm M CC common
1:30-3:30pm ST730
3:40pm-5:40pm STCC101, ST600
5:50pm-7:50pm
 
     
Tuesday, December 14  7:00am-9:00am SPCC200
9:10-11:10 am STCC301-004, ST305, ST511-001, ST520
11:20am-1:20pm ST310, ST511-002, ST520 (optional)
1:30-3:30pm BS300, JTCC100
3:40pm-5:40pm STCC311
8:00pm-10:00pm
STCC301-005
     
Wednesday, December 15 7:00am-9:00am STCC309, ST525
9:10-11:10 am  
11:20am-1:20pm BA210, BA220, L CC common
1:30-3:30pm STCC301-002, ST302, STCC/EHCC307-001, ST725
3:40pm-5:40pm  
5:50pm-7:50pm
 
     
Thursday, December 16 7:00am-9:00am STCC204 common, ST420, COCC150
9:10-11:10 am STCC/EHCC307-002/003, ST650
11:20am-1:20pm  
1:30-3:30pm STCC301-003
3:40pm-5:40pm ST540
5:50pm-7:50pm
 
     
Friday, December 17 7:00am-9:00am CS110, PHCC121
9:10-11:10 am STCC301-001
11:20am-1:20pm  
1:30-3:30pm  
3:40pm-5:40pm  
5:50pm-7:50pm
 

 
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