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STAT 669. Introduction to Biostatistics. 3 Credits.

Introduction to biostatistical concepts and reasoning. Inference on means and proportion; Hypothesis testing; Group comparisons; Nonparametric methods; Sample size estimation; Contingency table; Simple and multiple regression; Logistic regression. {Also offered for undergraduate credit - see STAT 469.}.


The Department of Statistics offers programs leading to a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Statistics, a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Applied Statistics, and certificates in Statistics (for non-majors) and Big Data Applied Statistics Analysis. The program is flexible enough create a plan based on individual prior experience and in accord with professional goals. During the first year of the program, master's and doctoral students are strongly encouraged to meet with each faculty member to discuss possible research topics. The student should select a supervisory committee by the end of the first year. Graduate certificates in Statistics for non-majors and Big Data Applied Statistics Analysis are also available.