STAT:1010 Statistics and Society
Statistical ideas and their relevance to public policy, business, humanities, and the social, health, and physical sciences; focus on critical approach to statistical evidence.   Pre-req: none.
STAT:3200 Applied Linear Regression
Regression analysis with focus on applications; model formulation, checking, selection; interpretation and presentation of analysis results; simple and multiple linear regression; logistic regression; ANOVA; hands-on data analysis with R statistical software.   Pre-req: STAT:2010.
STAT:3210 Experimental Design and Analysis
Single- and multifactor experiments; ANOVA; multiple comparisons; diagnostics, fixed, random, and mixed effects models; designs with blocking and/or nesting; two-level factorials and fractions thereof; use of statistical computing packages.   Pre-req: STAT:3200.
STAT:5201 Applied Statistics II
Design of experiments, analysis of designed experiments. Recommendation: Prior exposure to SAS statistical software.   Pre-req: STAT:5200
STAT:6220 Statistical Consulting
Realistic supervised data analysis experiences, including statistical packages, statistical graphics, writing statistical reports, dealing with complex or messy data.   Pre-requisites: Regression and experimental design