SPRING 2006  (Updated 01/26/2006)
College of Natural Sciences

University Schedule in a Glance
Graduate School Deadlines
Final Exam Schedule

STCC 110 - STATISTICAL THINKING: CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 9 [T], 11:20a-1:20p)
Must register for BOTH lecture AND recitation. 
Utts: Seeing through Statistics, 1999, 3/e, Duxbury/Thomson (0-534-39402-7)
 

001

336359

1100-1150a TR

206 Weber

Josh French

301 Stats/491-2620

R01

336360

1151-1215p TR

206 Weber

Josh French

301 Stats/491-2620



STCC192 - FIRST YEAR SEMINAR IN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES (1 Credit)

No Textbook Required

001

335858

4:10-5:00p W

E204 Engineering

Jennifer Hoeting

214 Stats/491-2897



STCC201 - GENERAL STATISTICS (3 Credits)

(Final: R01 thru R08, take home final exam, R09 final:May 9 [T] OR May 11 [R], 8:00-10:00p )
Utts/Heckard: Statistical Ideas and Methods, 2006 , Duxbury/Thomson
ISBN for Secs. 001 and 002: 0495 14316 2 (Text , Minitab 14, RF response card, RF user's guide)
Section 001 and 002 MUST register for a Recitation in the R01 through R08 group
Section 003  MUST register for R09

Lectures:  

001

335729

11:00-11:50a TR

A201 Clark

Rick Gumina

104 Stats/491-5330

002

335730

9:00-9:50a TR

A102 Clark

Rick Gumina

104 Stats/491-5330

003

335731

7:00-7:50pTR

A202 Clark

Travis Atkinson

310 Stats/491-3770

Recitations:  

R01

335732

8:00-8:50a F

132 Wagar

Dustin White

007 Stats/491-0647

R02

335733

9:00-9:50a F

132 Wagar

Marisa Williams

007 Stats/491-0647

R03

335734

11:00-11:50a F

200 Military Sci.

Kallie Luepschen-Meek

007 Stats/491-0647

R04

335735

11:00-11:50a F

201 Glover

Dustin White

007 Stats/491-0647

R05

335736

12:10-1:00p F

B103 Engineering

Kallie Luepschen-Meek

007 Stats/491-0647

R06

335737

1:10-2:00p F

132 Wagar

Dustin White

007 Stats/491-0647

R07

335738

1:10-2:00p F

B 4 Engineering

Kallie Luepschen-Meek

007 Stats/491-0647

R08

335739

3:10-4:00p F

E202 Engineering

Marisa Williams

007 Stats/491-0647

R09

335740

8:00-8:25p TR

A202 Clark

Travis Atkinson

310 Stats/491-3770



ST204 - STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS (3 Credits)

(Common Final: 5/9 [T], 5:50-7:50p)
Mason/Lind/Marchal: Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 12/e, McGraw-Hill )
(ISBN: 0073100889)
Sections 001 and 002 MUST register for one Laboratory in the L01 thru L08 series
Section 003 MUST register for Laboratory Section L09
Note: All Laboratories have one scheduled hour plus one hour arranged

Lectures:  

001

335741

11:00-11:50a TR

A104 Clark

Courtney Sykes

105 Stats/491-6769

002

335742

1:10-2:00p TR

A104 Clark

Courtney Sykes

105 Stats/491-6769

003

335743

7:00-07:50p TR

A203 Clark

Ambika Smith

305 Stats/491-3778

Laboratories:

L01

335744

8:00-8:50a+ F

B101 Engineering

Sam Broderick

007 Stats/491-0647 

L02

335745

9:00-9:50a+ F

B103 Engineering

Sam Broderick

007 Stats/491-0647 

L03

335746

9:00-9:50a+ F

201 Glover

Amber Hackstadt

007 Stats/491-0647 

L04

335747

11:00-11:50a+ F

B 4 Engineering

Amber Hackstadt

007 Stats/491-0647 

L05

335748

11:00-11:50a+ F

D104 Engineering

Becky Orsi

007 Stats/491-0647 

L06

335749

12:10-1:00p+ F

132 Wagar

Amber Hackstadt

007 Stats/491-0647 

L07

335750

1:10-2:00p+ F

W9 Plant Sci

Becky Orsi

007 Stats/491-0647 

L08

335751

3:10-4:00p+ F

B101 Engineering

Becky Orsi

007 Stats/491-0647 

L09

335752

7:51-8:15p+ TR

A203 Clark

Ambika Smith

305 Stats/491-3778



STCC301 - INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 001 = May 9 [T[, 1:30-3:30p / 002 = May 10 [W], 7:00-9:00a / 003 = May 8 [M], 1:30-3:30p / 004 = May 10 [W], 3:40-5:40p /005 = May 8 [M] OR May 10 [W], 8:00-10:00p)
Devore/Peck: Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data, 5/e, Duxbury/Wadsworth, ISBN:
0534467237

001

335263

8:00-8:50a MWF

A205 Clark

Damian Wandler

310 Stats/491-3770

002

335264

10:00-10:50a MWF

A204 Clark

Rongning Wu

302 Stats/491-5702

003

335265

12:10-1:00p MWF

212 Eddy

Haonan Wang

216 Stats/491-2449

004

335266

2:10-3:00p MWF

A204 Clark

Haonan Wang

216 Stats/491-2449

005

335267

5:10-6:25p MW

A104 Clark

Brook Russell

307 Stats/491-3824



ST 302 - DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 5/10 [W] 3:40-5:40p)
Kuehl: Design of Experiments: Statistical principles of research design and analysis, 2nd, Duxbury (0534368344)


001 348725 2:10-3:00p MWF W9 Plant Science Fang Yao 222 Stats/491-3087


ST304 - MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 10 [W], 11:20a-1:20p)
Kutner, Nachtsheim & Neter: Applied Linear Regression Models (with CD), 4/e, McGraw Hill (0073014664)

001

337161

9:00-9:50a MWF

201 Military Sci

Ryan Elmore

220 Stats/491-6682



STCC307 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS (3 Credits) (Also EHCC307)

(Final Exam: 001 = May 9 [T], 9:10-11:10a / 002 = May 10 [W], 1:30-3:30p)
Samuels/Witmer: Statistics for the Life Sciences, 3/e, Prentice Hall (with Minitab optional) ISBN: 013041316X [Also offered as EHCC307]

001

335470

11:00-11:50a MWF

118 Shepardson

Ryan Morrison

309 Stats/491-3767

002

335471

9:30-10:45a TR

C146 Clark

Sunghoon Chung

305 Stats/491-3778



STCC309 -  STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 10 [W], 11:20a-1:20p)
Devore:  Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 6th, ITP/Duxbury (with CD) ISBN: 0534399339

Distance Course - Prerecorded (Amany Abdul-Karim, Coordinator)

001

336546

9:00-9:50a MWF

212 Shepardson

Andrew Merton

307 Stats/491-3824




ST312 - STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES II (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 8 [M], 7:00-9:00a)
Howell: Statistical Methods for Psychology, 5th Ed, ITP/Duxbury, ISBN: 053437770X

001

337160

4:10-5:25p MW

101 Pathology

Ken Berry

B241 Clark/491-5070



ST321 - ELEMENTARY PROBABILISTIC-STOCHASTIC MODELING (3 Credits)

(Final: May 11 [R], 7:00-9:00a)
Prior Optional Text =: Ross: Simulation, 3/e, Academic Press (ISBN: 0125980531)
Prio
r Required Text = Grinstead/Snell: Intro to Probability, 2nd rev. ed., AMS (0821807498)

001

338253

2:10-3:00p MW

E202 Engineering

Thomas Lee

205 Stats/491-2185



ST430 - PROBABILITY/MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS II (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:May 9 [T], 9:10-11:10a)
Prior Text = Larsen: Intro to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications, 3/e, Prentice Hall
,
ISBN: 01392523037
 

001

337159

11:00-11:50a MWF

E202 Engineering

Thomas Lee

205 Stats/491-2185



ST 460 - APPLIED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS  (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:May 10 [W], 7:00-9:00a )
Optional Texts =
Johnson, D: Applied Multivariate Methods for Data Analysts, Duxbury 1998, (0534237967)
Johnson: Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis, Pearson, 5/e (0130925535)

001

337158

10:00-10:50a MWF

E202 Engineering

Ron Butler

212 Stats/491-5762 



ST 472  - STATISTICAL CONSULTING (3 credits)

(Final Exam: May 10 [W], 5:50-7:50p)  
Ramsey: The Statistical Sleuth (w/CD), Duxbury 2/e, 0 534 38670 9

R01

336358

2:10-3:25p T
2:10-3:25p R

006 Statistics
206 Weber

Tom Boardman

217 Stats/491-5721



ST 480 - ALGORITHMS IN BIOINFORMATICS (4 Credits)

(Final Exam: 5/10 [W] 11:20a-1:20p)
Text to be determined
(Also offered as: CS 480)


001 348537 9:00-9:50a MWF E105 Engineering Hari Iyer 202 Stats/491-6870
L01 348538 Arranged Arranged Asa Ben-Hur 222 USC/491-4068


ST495 V - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text)  

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged

 

 



ST501 - STATISTICAL SCIENCE (1 credit)

OFFERED VIA DISTANCE/CSUN (LIBRARY)
No Textbook Required/Instructor Handouts
Instructor on Tape:
Ryan Elmore

ST512 - DESIGN & DATA ANALYSIS FOR RESEARCHERS II (4 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 11 [R], 3:40-5:40P in Engineering 100)
(Students must register for BOTH Lecture AND Recitation)

Ott: Intro to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis w/3" disk, 5/e,  ITP Wadsworth, ISBN: 0534251226
Distance Course (Pre-Recorded)
Instructor on Tape: Phil Chapman / Coordinator: Amany Abdul-Karim

001

336320

1:10-2:25p TR

A206 Clark

Phil Chapman

224 Stats/491-7263

R01

336321

2:26-2:50p TR

A206 Clark

Phil Chapman

224 Stats/491-7263



ST 520 - INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY (4 credits)

OFFERED VIA DISTANCE/CSUN (Pre-Recorded)
Grimett and Stirzaker, Probability and Random Processes, 3/e, Oxford Univ. Press (Paper)
 Instructor on Tape: Jan Hannig / Coordinator: Erdenebaatar (Aggie) Chadraa

ST521 - STOCHASTIC PROCESSES I (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 8 [M] or May 11 [R], 9:10-11:10a)
Taylor/Karlin: Introduction to Stochastic Modeling, 1998, Academic Press
, ISBN: 0126848871 

001

337156

3:35-4:50p TR

E206 Engineering

Ron Butler

212 Stats/491-5762



ST523 - QUANTITATIVE SPATIAL ANALYSIS  (3 Credits) (Also NR 523) 

(Final Exam: May 9 [T], 11:20a-1:20p )
No text/Instructor prepared notes available from the Bookstore.

001

337923

11:00-12:15p TR

223 Weber

Robin Reich
Richard Davis

124 Forestry/491-6980
102 Stats/491-7321


ST525 - TIME SERIES ANALYSIS I (3 Credits)

Brockwell/Davis: Intro to Time Series and Forecasting, Springer, 2/e (0387953515)
Distance/Pre-Recorded
Instructor on Tape: Peter J. Brockwell / Coordinator: Jehad Al-Jararha

ST 530 - MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS/SURGE (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 10 [W], 3:40-5:40p)
Casella/Berger: Statistical Inference, Duxbury 2/e, ISBN: 0 534 24312 6
Distance/Pre-Recorded
Coordinator: Jehad Al-Jararha

001

337155

2:10-3:00p MWF

006 Statistics

Jan Hannig

204 Stats/491-7460



ST 544 - BIOSTATISTICAL METHODS/QUANTITATIVE DATA (3 Credits)

(Also EH 544) (See EH544 for text and final examination information)
Prior text = Kleinbaum: Applied Regression Analysis, 1998, ITP/Duxbury

001

339300

11:00-12:15p TR

308 Yates

Tom Keefe

145 EnvHealth/491-5970



ST 547 - STATISTICS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING (3 Credits)

(Also CE 547) (See CE 547 for text information)
(Final Exam: May 9 [T], 11:20a-1:20p)

Prior: Gilbert: Stat Methods for Environmental Pollution, ITP/VNR, 1987  

001

338039

11:00-12:15p TR

B1 Engineering

Jim Loftis

205 Glover/491-5253



ST 560 - APPLIED MULTIVARIATE STATISTICS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: May 10 [W], 7:00-9:00a)
Prior Optional Texts:
Johnson, D: Applied Multivariate Methods for Data Analysts, Duxbury 1998, (0534237967)
Johnson: Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis, Pearson, 5/e (0130925535)

001

337970

10:00-10:50a MWF

E202 Engineering

Ron Butler

212 Stats/491-5762 



ST 570- NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 5/11 [T] 1:30-3:30p)
Higgins: Introduction to Modern Nonparametric Statistics, 1/e, Duxbury (0534387756)
Offered via DISTANCE/CSUN

001 348726 1:10-2:00p MW
12:10-1:00p F
006 Statistics Ryan Elmore 220 Stats/491-6682


ST 586 - PRACTICUM-CONSULTING TECHNIQUES  (1 Credit)

(Final Exam: May 9 [T], 7:00-9:00a)
Text Info Needed
OFFERED VIA DISTANCE/CSUN (No taping required)
 

001

337154

11:00-11:50a M

006 Statistics

Tom Boardman

217 Stats/491-5721



ST592 - SEMINAR (1 Credit)

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

001

337153

3:10-4:00p W

E202 Engineering

Ryan Elmore
Haonan Wang

220 Stats/491-6682
216 Stats/491-2449



ST605 THEORY OF SAMPLING TECHNIQUES (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:May 10 [W], 9:10-11:10a or 1:30-3:30p)
Sarndel et al: Model Assisted Survey Sampling, 1992, Springer-Verlag, (0-387-97528-4)

001

338611

9:30-10:45a TR

006 Statistics

Jay Breidt

102 Stats/491-6786



ST640 - DESIGN AND LINEAR MODELING I/SURGE (4 Credits)

(Final Exam:TBD)
Hocking:  Methods & Applications of Linear Models, 2003, 2/e, Wiley, ISBN: 047123222X
Distance (Pre-Recorded)
 (Coordinator: Hari Iyer )

001

337152

12:10-1p M +
3:10-4:00p M +
11:00a-1:00p W

006 Statistics

Hari Iyer

202 Stats/491-6870



ST645 - CATEGORIAL DATA ANALYSIS AND GLIM (3 Credits) - Cancelled

 

ST684 V - SUPERVISED COLLEGE TEACHING (1-3 credits)

(Restricted to 201/204 TAs)  

001

@Dept

 Arranged

Arranged

 

 



ST695 V - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text)  

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged

 

 



ST699 V - THESIS (Var.)

(No text)  

001

337151

Arranged

Arranged

Adviser

 



ST720 - PROBABILITY THEORY (4 Credits)

Instructor prepared notes.
Optional Text = Billingsley: Probability and Measure, 1995, 3rd ed., Wiley (ISBN: 0-471-00710-2)
 

001

338176

Arranged

Arranged

Jan Hannig

Stats/491-



ST722 - APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES II (3 credits)

Van Dijk: Queueing Networks and Product Forms: A Systems Approach, J. Wiley NY  

001

349255

1:10-2:15p M
3:45-5:15p W

B105 Engineering
006 Statistics

Ron Butler

212 Stats/491-5762


ST 740 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS (3 credits)

Banerjee, Carlin, Gelfand: Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis for Spatial Data, 2004, Chapman and Hall/CRC (0-58488-410-X)

001

349188

2:10-e:25 F

Weber 223A

Jennifer A. Hoeting

214 Stats/491-2897


ST792 - SEMINAR (1 Cr.)

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

R01

337150

4:10-5:00p M

E205 Engineering

Ryan Elmore
Haonan Wang

220 Stats/491-6682
216 Stats/491-2449



ST795 V - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged



ST796 V - GROUP STUDY (Var..)

R01

@ Dept

Arranged

Arranged



ST799 V - DISSERTATION (Var.)

001

337148

Arranged

Arranged

Advisor

 



EY680 V (PRimes TREE Course) - (3 Credits)

001

349256

Arranged

Arranged

Richard Davis

201 Stats/491-7321



CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION

001

342962

 

Students who are not otherwise registered must use the CR option.

NOTES:

First day of class January 17 W period ends March 20
Late registration fee assessed as of January 17 Spring break starts March 13
End of Schedule Change Period February 1 Classes resume after break on March 20
Last day of classes May 5 Finals week May 8-12
  Commencement May 12, 13

GRADUATE SCHOOL DEADLINES FOR SPRING 2006 GRADUATION
GS25 Application for Graduation February 24
GS24 Report of Final Exam to Grad School April 5
Thesis/Dissertation to Graduate School April 5
Clearance of Departmental Requirements May 12
(i.e., Seminar, Project Report Copies)  

CSUN/DISTANCE COURSES

Live taping: 570, 586 (no tapes), 605
Library courses: 309, 501, 512, 520, 525, 530, 640
Other: 699V

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

Monday, May 8 7:00-9:00a 192
  9:10-11:10a 521 optional
  11:20a-1:20p  
  1:30-3:30p 301-003
  3:40-5:40p 640
  5:50-7:50p  
  8:00-10:00p 301-005
     
Tuesday, May 9 7:00-9:00a 312
  9:10-11:10a 307-001; 430; 586
  11:20a-1:20p 110; 304; 523; 544; 547
  1:30-3:30p 301-001; 307-002
  3:40-5:40p  
  5:50-7:50p 204 common final
  8:00-10:00p 201-003;
     
Wednesday, May 10 7:00-9:00a 301-002; 460/560
  9:10-11:10a 605 optional
  11:20a-1:20p 309
  1:30-3:30p 605
  3:40-5:40p 301-004; 530
  5:50-7:50p 472; 645
  8:00-10:00p 301-005 optional
     
Thursday, May 11 7:00-9:00a 321
  9:10-11:10a 521
  11:20a-1:20p  
  1:30-3:30p  
  3:40-5:40p 512; 640 optional
  5:50-7:50p  
  8:00-10:00p 201-003 Optional
     
Friday, May 12 7:00-9:00a  
 
9:10-11:10a
 
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