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DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS	COURSE SCHEDULE -- SPRING 98

ST201 - GENERAL STATISTICS (3 Credits)
001 and 002 must register for one recitation in the R01 thru R08 series/003 
must register for R09
Graybill/Iyer/Burdick: Applied Statistics: A First Course in Inference, 1997, 
Prentice Hall
Lectures 8:00 and 11:00 MW, Rick Gumina + Courtney and Greg
Nite Section, 7-8:25p TR, Instructor: TBA

ST204 - STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS (2 Credits)
Graybill/Iyer/Burdick: Applied Statistics: A First Course in Inference, 1997, 
Prentice Hall
001 and 002 must register for one Laboratory in the L01 thru L08 series/003 
must register for Laboratory L09
Lectures: 9:00 and 11:00 MW, Jana Anderson + Steve and Gary
Nite Section: 7-8:25p TR, Sean Mahabir

ST220 - ELEMENTARY PROBABILISTIC MODELING (2 Credits)
No Text Required(?)
Sec. 001, 2:10-3p TR, Duane Boes

ST301 - INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS (3 Credits)
Devore/Peck: Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data, 3rd ed, 
Duxbury/Wadsworth
Sec.001, 8a MWF, Dave Bowden or Doug Bronson
Sec.002, 10a MWF, Doug Bronson or Dave Bowden
Sec.003, Noon MWF, E lmer Remmenga
Sec.004, 2p, MWF, Elmer Remmenga
Sec.005, 7p TR, Andy Royle

ST302 - DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (3 Credits) 			
Steel/Torrie: Principles & Procedures of Statistics, 3rd, McGraw Hill
Sec. 001, 3:10-4:00-p MWF, Elmer Remmenga

ST303 ? INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATIONS PRINCIPLES (see EE303)

ST304 - MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS (3 Credits) 			
Graybill/Iyer: Regression Analysis: Concepts & Applications, 1994 (with MINITAB 
Lab Manual), Wadsworth
Sec. 001, 9:00-9:50a MWF, Geof Givens

ST305 - SAMPLING TECHNIQUES (2 Credits)
Schaeffer: Elementary Survey Sampling, 5th, PWS Kent
Sec. 001, 9:00-9:50a TR, Paul Mielke

ST307 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS (3 Credits)
Samuels: Statistics for the Life Sciences, 1989, Dellen MacMillan
Sec. 001, 11:00-11:50a MWF, Craig Mallinckrodt
Sec. 002, 9:30-10:45a TR, TBA

ST309 - ENGINEERING STATISTICS (3 Credits)
Devore: Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, 1995, 
ITP/Duxbury
Sec. 001, 11:00-12:15 TR, Jennifer Hoeting

ST312 - STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES II (3 Credits)
Howell: Statistical Methods for Psychology, 1997, ITP/Duxbury
Sec. 001, 2:10-3:00p MWF, Ken Berry

ST430 - PROBABILITY/MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS II (3 Credits)
Larsen: Intro to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications, 1986, Prentice 
Hall
Sec. 001, 11:00-11:50a MWF, Jane Chang

ST 460 - APPLIED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS (3 Credits) AND
ST 560 - APPLIED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS (3 Credits) (SURGE)
Johnson/Wichern: Applied Multivariate Analysis, 3rd, Prentice Hall (Required)
B.Manley: Multivariate Statistical Methods: A Primer (Paperback), 1986, 
Chapman/Hall (Optional)
Sec. 001, 2:10-3:00p MWF, Dave Bowden

ST486 - PRACTICUM (Var) AND
ST586 - PRACTICUM/CONSULTING TECHNIQUES (1 Credit)
No text required
Secs. 001, Hrs. Arranged, Jennifer Hoeting

ST495 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.) (No text)

ST500 - STATISTICAL COMPUTER PACKAGES, (1 Credit)
During interim session (1/5/98-1/16/98)
Sec. L01, Hrs. Arranged, Jim zumBrunnen

ST512 - DESIGN & DATA ANALYSIS FOR RESEARCHERS I (3 Credits)
Ott: Intro to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis w/3" disk, 4th. 1993 
(Required),
ITP Wadsworth + Instructor Prepared Packet
?Optional: Schlotzhauer?s SAS System for Elementary Statistical Analysis, 1987, 
SAS Institute
Sec.001/L01, 10:00-11:50a TR,  Phil Chapman

ST515 - STATISTICAL SCIENCE AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT (3 Credits) SURGE
No text: Boardman?s Workbook
Sec. 001/L01, 11:00a-1:00p MW, Tom Boardman

ST521 - STOCHASTIC PROCESSES I (3 Credits) SURGE
Taylor/.Karlin: Intro to Stochastic Modeling, Latest (1994?), Academic Press
Sec. 001, 12:10-1:00p MWF, Hari Iyer

ST523 - QUANTITATIVE SPATIAL ANALYSIS (3 Credits) (Also NR523)
See NR523 for textbook selection
Sec. 001, 3:35-4:50p TR, Robin Reich and Richard Davis

ST526 - ANALYSIS OF TIME SERIES II (3 Credits) SURGE
Brockwell/Davis: Intro to Time Series and Forecasting, Springer
Sec. 001, 1:10-2:00p MWF, Peter Brockwell

ST530 - MATHEMJATICAL STATISTICS (3Credits) ? SURGE
No text-Instructor Notes
Sec. 001, 2:10-3:00p MWF, Duane Boes

ST544 - BIOSTATISTICAL METHODS-QUANTITATIVE DATA (3 Credits) (Also EH544)
See EH544 for text
Sec. 001, 11:00-12:15p TR, Tom Keefe

ST547 - STATISTICS/ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING (2 Credits) (Also CB 547) SURGE
(See CB547 for text)
Sec. 001, 11:00-12:15p TR, Jim Loftis and Hari Iyer

ST560- APPLIED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS - See ST 460 above .  SURGE

ST570 - NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS (3 Credits) SURGE
No text, instructor notes
Sec. 001, 11:00-12:15 TR, Paul Mielke

ST592 - SEMINAR (1 Credit) (No text)
Sec. 001, 3:10-4p R, Coordinator TBA

ST640 - DESIGN AND LINEAR MODELING I (3 Credits)   SURGE
Stapleton: Linear Statistical Models, Wiley (?)
Sec. 001, 9:00-10:40TR, Geof Givens


ST645 - CATEGORICAL DATA ANALYSIS & GLIM (3 Credits) SURGE
Text selection is needed
Sec. 001, 12:30-1:45p TR, Annette Bucher

ST675KV - BAYESIAN STATISTICS (Var Credit?)
Will there be a text?
Sec. 001, Hrs. Arranged, Ron Butler

ST684?SUPERVISED COLLEGE TEACHING (1-3 credits)
Sec. 001 (for 201/204 GTAs) Coordinators: Rick Gumina, Jana Anderson
Sec. 002 (for all other GTAs) Cordinator: as appropriate

ST 695-INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.) (No Text)
ST 699-THESIS (Var) (No Text)

ST720 - PROBABILITY THEORY (4 Credits)
(?)Billingsley: Probability and Measure, 3rd, Wiley
Sec. 001, Hrs.Arranged, Moin Siddiqui

ST721-APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES II (3 Cr)
(Text?)
Sec. 001, Hrs Arranged, Peter Brockwell

ST725 - TIME SERIES AND STATIONARY PROCESSES (3 Credits)
(Text?)
Sec. 001, Hrs. Arranged, TBA

ST731-ADVANCED THEORY OF STATISTICS II (3 Credits)
(No text??)
Sec. 001, Hrs. Arranged, Ron Butler

ST792 - SEMINAR (1 Cr.) (No text)
Sec. 001, 4:10-5:00p M, Coordinator TBA

ST795 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.) (No text)
ST796 - GROUP STUDY
ST799 - DISSERTATION (Var.) (No text)



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