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Department of Statistics: Schedule of Courses - Spring 2008

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Final Exam Schedule

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

(Final Exam: 5/15-1:30-3:30p)
Must register for BOTH lecture AND recitation. 
Utts: Seeing through Statistics, 1999, 3/e, Cengage (0-534-39402-7)  

001

14225

1100-1150a TR

206 Weber

Amy Kagey

301 Stats/491-3767

R01

14226

1151-1215p TR

206 Weber

Amy Kagey

301 Stats/491-3767

STAT 192 - FIRST YEAR SEMINAR IN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES (1 Credit)

No Textbook Required-(Final Exam: 5/13-9:10-11:10a)

001

14227

4:00-4:50p W

E205 Engineering

TBA

214 Stats/491-TBA

STAT 201 - GENERAL STATISTICS (3 Credits)

(Final: Sections 001, 002 (R01-R08-details announced in class; 003-R09-TBA)
Utts/Heckard: Statistical Ideas and Methods, 2006 , Cengage
ISBN for Secs. 001 and 002, 003: 0495 14316 2
Section 001 and 002 MUST register for a Recitation in the R01 through R08 group
Section 003  MUST register for R09

Lectures:  

001

14228

11:00-11:50a TR

A201 Clark

Rick Gumina

104 Stats/491-5330

002

14229

9:00-9:50a TR

A102 Clark

Rick Gumina

104 Stats/491-5330

003

14230

7:00-7:50pTR

A202 Clark

TBA

TBA Stats/491-TBA

Recitations:  

R01

14231

8:00-8:50a F

132 Wagar

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R02

14237

9:00-9:50a F

132 Wagar

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R03

14238

11:00-11:50a F

200 Military Sci.

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R04

14239

11:00-11:50a F

201 Glover

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R05

14240

12:00-12:50p F

B103 Engineering

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R06

14241

1:00-1:50p F

132 Wagar

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R07

14243

1:00-1:50p F

B 4 Engineering

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R08

14244

3:00-3:50p F

D104 Engineering

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647

R09

14246

8:00-8:25p TR

A202 Clark

TBA

310 Stats/491-TBA

STAT 204 - STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS (3 Credits)

(Common Final: 5/15-9:10-11:10a)
Mason/Lind/Marchal: Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 13/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

14276

11:00-11:50a TR

A104 Clark

Austin Lampros

105 Stats/491-6769

002

14277

1:00-1:50p TR

A104 Clark

Austin Lampros

105 Stats/491-6769

003

14278

7:00-07:50p TR

A203 Clark

Austin Lampros

105 Stats/491-6769

Laboratories:

L01

14283

8:00-8:50a+ F

B101 Engineering

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L02

14284

9:00-9:50a+ F

120 Shepardson

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L03

14286

9:00-9:50a+ F

201 Glover

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L04

14287

11:00-11:50a+ F

B 4 Engineering

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L05

14289

11:00-11:50a+ F

Military Sci 105

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L06

14290

12:00-12:50p+ F

132 Wagar

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L07

14291

1:00-1:50p+ F

B103 Engineering

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L08

14292

3:00-3:50p+ F

B101 Engineering

TBA

007 Stats/491-0647 

L09

14294

7:51-8:15p+ TR

A203 Clark

Austin Lampros

105 Stats/491-6769

STAT 301 - INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 001-5/12-3:40-5:40p; 002-5/12-7:00-9:00a; 003-5/14-1:30-3:30p; 004-5/12-11:20-1:20p; 005-5/12 or 5/14 TBA)
Devore/Peck: Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data, 6/e, Duxbury/Wadsworth

001

14313

8:00-8:50a MWF

A207 Clark

Austin Lampros

310 Stats/491-6769

002

14335

10:00-10:50a MWF

A204 Clark

Michelle Sonnenberg

302 Stats/491-3824

003

14336

12:00-12:50p MWF

Eddy 212

TBA

216 Stats/491-TBA

004

14337

2:00-2:50p MWF

A207 Clark

TBA

216 Stats/491-TBA

005

14338

5:00-6:25p MW

A104 Clark

TBA

307 Stats/491-TBA


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STAT 307 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS (3 Credits) (Also EHCC307)

(Final Exam: 001-5/15-11:20-1:20p; 002-5/13-5:50-7:50p)
Samuels/Witmer: Statistics for the Life Sciences, 3/e, Prentice Hall ISBN: 013041316X [Also offered as ERHS 307]

001

14339

11:00-11:50a MWF

118 Shepardson

TBA

309 Stats/491-TBA

002

14342

9:30-10:45a TR

C146 Clark

TBA

218 Stats/491-TBA

STAT 312 - STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES II (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/12-9:10-11:10a)
Howell: Statistical Methods for Psychology, 5th Ed, ITP/Duxbury,
ISBN: 053437770X

001

14346

4:00-5:15p MW

101 Pathology

Ken Berry

B241 Clark/491-5070

STAT 315 -  STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/13-3:40-5:40p)
Devore:  Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 6th, ITP/Duxbury (with CD) ISBN: 0534399339
Distance Course - Prerecorded (TBA, Coordinator)

001

11563

9:00-9:50a MWF

231 Wagar

TBA

301 Stats/491-2620

ST321 - ELEMENTARY PROBABILISTIC-STOCHASTIC MODELING (3 Credits)

(Final:5/12-11:20-1:20p )
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

14347

2:00-2:50p MWF

E202 Engineering

TBA

301 Stats/491-TBA

STAT 340 - MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/13-5:50-7:50p)

001

11562

9:30-10:45a T,R

C238 Clark

Hoeting

214 Stats/491-2897

STAT 350 - DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (3 Credits)

Final Exam:5/12-7:00-9:00a )
Kuehl: Design of Experiments: Statistical principles of research design and analysis, 2nd Ed. ,Cengage (Duxbury)1998, (0534237967)

001

15189

10:00-10:50a M,W,F

C238 Clark

TBA

214 Stats/491-TBA

STAT 430 - PROBABILITY/MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS II (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/15-11:20-1:20p)
Prior Text = Larsen: Intro to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications, 3/e, Prentice Hall,
ISBN: 01392523037 

001

14348

11:00-11:50a MWF

E202 Engineering

TBA

201 Stats/491-TBA

STAT 460 - APPLIED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS  (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: 5/12-7:00-9:00a)
Former texts used in course=
Johnson, D: Applied Multivariate Methods for Data Analysts, Duxbury 1998, (0534237967)
Johnson: Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis, Pearson, 5/e (0130925535)

001

14349

10:00-10:50a MWF

006 Statistics

Ryan Elmore

222 Stats/491-6682

STAT 472  - STATISTICAL CONSULTING (3 credits)

(Final Exam:5/14-1:30-3:30 )  
Ramsey: The Statistical Sleuth (w/CD), Duxbury 2/e, 0 534 38670 9

R01

14352

12:30-1:45p T,R

006 Statistics

Jennifer Hoeting

217 Stats/491-2897

STAT 495 V - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text)  

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged

   

STAT 501 - STATISTICAL SCIENCE (1 credit)

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

STAT 512 - DESIGN & DATA ANALYSIS FOR RESEARCHERS II (4 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/15-5:50-7:50p )
(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: TBA

001

14355

1:00-2:25p TR

A206 Clark

TBA

224 Stats/491-TBA

R01

14356

2:26-2:50p TR

A206 Clark

TBA

224 Stats/491-TBA

STAT 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: TBA

STAT 521 - STOCHASTIC PROCESSES I (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/14-11:20-1:20p)
Taylor/Karlin: Introduction to Stochastic Modeling, 1998, Academic Press, ISBN: 0126848871 

001

14357

3:30-4:45p TR

B-2 Engineering

Don Estep

220 Stats/491-3087

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

(Final Exam:5/15-1:30-3:30p)
No text/Instructor prepared notes available from the Bookstore.

001

14358

11:00-12:15p TR

A206 Clark

Robin Reich
Dan Cooley

124 Forestry/491-6980
102 Stats/491-5721

STAT 525 - 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: TBA

STAT 530 - MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS/SURGE (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:TBA)
Casella/Berger: Statistical Inference, Duxbury 2/e, ISBN: 0 534 24312 6
Distance/Pre-Recorded
Coordinator: TBA

001

14359

2:00-2:50p MWR

006 Statistics

Jan Hannig

204 Stats/491-7460

STAT 544/ERHS 544-BIOSTATICAL METHODS/QUANTITATIVE DATA

(Final Exam: Tentative: 5/13-1:30-3:30p-206 Weber)
Kleinbaum: Applied Regression and Analysis with Minitab

001

14678

11-12:15p TR

C362 Clark

Thomas Keefe

145 ERHS/491-5970

STAT 547/CIVE 547- STATISTICS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING (3 Credits)

(Also CE 547) (See CIVE 547 for text information)
(Final Exam:5/15-1:30-3:30p)
Prior: Gilbert: Stat Methods for Environmental Pollution, ITP/VNR, 1987  

001

14372

11:00-12:15p TR

E205 Engineering

Jim Loftis

205 Glover/491-2667

STAT 560 - APPLIED MULTIVARIATE STATISTICS (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/12-7:00-9:00a )
Prior Texts:
Johnson, D: Applied Multivariate Methods for Data Analysts, Duxbury 1998, (0534237967)
Johnson: Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis, Pearson, 5/e (0130925535)

001

14373

10:00-10:50a MWF

006 Statistics

Ryan Elmore

222 Stats/491-6682

STAT 570- NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS (3 Credits)-NOT OFFERED SPRING, 2008


Higgins: Introduction to Modern Nonparametric Statistics, 1/e, Duxbury (0534387756)
Offered via DISTANCE/CSUN-

       

STAT 580 - BIOINFORMATICS ALGORITHMS (4 Credits) NOT OFFERED SPRING, 2008


Final Exam:
Text to be determined
(Also offered as: CS 480)

           
           

STAT 586 - PRACTICUM-CONSULTING TECHNIQUES  (1 Credit)

(Final Exam:5/15-11:20-1:20p)
Text Info Needed
OFFERED VIA DISTANCE/CSUN (No taping required)  

001

14374

11:00-11:50a M

006 Statistics

TBA

217 Stats/491-5721

STAT 592 - SEMINAR (1 Credit)

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

001

14375

3:10-4:00p W

D104 Engineering

Jan Hannig
Hainan Wang

204 Stats/491-6682
216 Stats/491-2449

STAT 605 THEORY OF SAMPLING TECHNIQUES (3 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/13-11:20-1:20p)
Sarndel et al: Model Assisted Survey Sampling, 1992, Springer-Verlag, (0-387-97528-4)

001

14376

3:00p-4:15p TR

006 Statistics

Jean Opsomer

102 Stats/491-3841

STAT 640 - DESIGN AND LINEAR MODELING I/SURGE (4 Credits)

(Final Exam:5/15-5:50-7:50p)
Hocking:  Methods & Applications of Linear Models, 2003, 2/e, Wiley, ISBN: 047123222X
Distance (Pre-Recorded)  (Coordinator: Hari Iyer )

001

14377

1:00-2:40 p.m. TR

Engineering B2

Mary Meyer

202 Stats/491-5762

STAT 645 - CATEGORIAL DATA ANALYSIS AND GLIM (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: TBA )
Former Text: McCullagh/Neider Generalized Linear Models , 2/e, Chapman and Hall (0412317605)

001

15190

2:00-3:15 p T R

Gifford 146

Phil Chapman

224 Stats/491-7263

STAT 684 V - SUPERVISED COLLEGE TEACHING (1-3 credits)

(Restricted to 201/204 TAs)   Students must have Department permission to register for Supervised College Teaching

001

@Dept

 Arranged

Arranged

   

STAT 695 V - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text)   Students must have Department permission to register for an Independent Study

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged

   

STAT 699 V - THESIS (Var.)

(No text)   Student must have Advisor permission to register for Thesis---Advisors should email:

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged

Adviser

 

STAT 720 - PROBABILITY THEORY (4 Credits)

Billingsley: Probability and Measure, 1995, 3rd ed., Wiley (ISBN: 0-471-00710-2)  

001

14381

TBA

006 Statistics

Jan Hannig

Stats/491-7460

STAT 722 - APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES II (3 credits)--Not offered in Spring, 2008

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

001

 

course cancelled

     

STAT 740 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS (3 credits)

No Text \Final: TBA

001

14383

9:30-10:45a TR

006 Statistics

Mary Meyer

212 Stats/491-5762

STAT 792 - SEMINAR (1 Cr.)

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

R01

14384

4:00-5:00 p

B101 Engineering

Dan Cooley
Haonan Wang

220 Stats/491-5721
216 Stats/491-2449

STAT 795 V - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged

   

STAT 796 V - GROUP STUDY (Var..)

R01

@ Dept

Arranged

Arranged

   

STAT 799 V - DISSERTATION (Var.)

001

@Dept

Arranged

Arranged

Advisor

 

NSCI 610 V (PRIMES- TREE Course-Team Research in Ecology) - (3 Credits)

           
           

CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION

001

64943

       

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

NOTES:

First day of class January 21

W period ends March 19

Late registration fee assessed as of January 16

Spring break starts March 10

End of Schedule Change Period January 31

Classes resume after break on March 19

Last day of classes May 4

Finals week May 7-11

 

Commencement May 11, 12

GRADUATE SCHOOL DEADLINES FOR SPRING 2006 GRADUATION

GS25 Application for Graduation

February 29

GS24 Report of Final Exam to Grad School

April 11

Thesis/Dissertation to Graduate School

April 11

Clearance of Departmental Requirements

May 16

(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 12

7:00-9:00a

 
 

9:00-11:00a

 
 

11:10a-1:20p

 
 

1:30-3:30p

 
 

3:40-5:40p

 
 

5:50-7:50p

 
 

8:00-10:00p

 
     

Tuesday, May 13

7:00-9:00a

 
 

9:10-11:10a

 
 

11:20a-1:20p

 
 

1:30-3:30p

 
 

3:40-5:40p

 
 

5:50-7:50p

 
 

8:00-10:00p

 
     

Wednesday, May 14

7:00-9:00a

 
 

9:10-11:10a

 
 

11:20a-1:20p

 
 

1:30-3:30p

 
 

3:40-5:40p

 
 

5:50-7:50p

 
 

8:00-10:00p

 
     

Thursday, May 15

7:00-9:00a

 
 

9:10-11:10a

 
 

11:20a-1:20p

 
 

1:30-3:30p

 
 

3:40-5:40p

 
 

5:50-7:50p

 
 

8:00-10:00p

 
     

Friday, May 16

7:00-9:00a

 
 

9:10-11:10a

 

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