Curriculum

The following courses comprise the MStat curriculum for a total of 37 credit hours.

Core Courses: 34 credits

MATH 5010 Introduction to Probability
(pre-reqs: C or better in MATH 2210 or MATH 1260 or Math 1321 or Math 3140)
3 credits
MATH 5080 Statistical Inference I
(pre-req: C or better in MATH 5010)
3 credits
MATH 5090 Statistical Inference II
(pre-req: C or better in MATH 5080)
3 credits
PBHLT 6106 Categorical Data Analysis
(pre-preqs: PBHLT 6100, 6300, MATH 1210, 1220, 2270, 5080, 5090 AND instructor's consent)
3 credits
PBHLT 6107 Survival Analysis
(pre-reqs: PBHLT 6100, 6300, MATH 1210, 1220, 2270, 5080, 5090 AND instructor's consent)
3 credits
PBHLT 6300 Epidemiology I 3 credits
PBHLT 6311 Public Health and Clinical Research Methods
(pre-reqs: PBHLT 6100 and 6300)
3 credits
PBHLT 7115 Causal Methods in Public Health
(pre-reqs: Completed or concurrently enrolled in PBHLT 6300, 7100 AND instructor's consent)
3 credits
PBHLT 7120 Linear Regression and Tools of Multivariate Analysis
(pre-reqs: PBHLT 7100, MATH 2270, MATH 5080, and MATH 5090 OR instructor's consent)
3 credits
STAT 6969 Special Topics in Statistics

3 credits

PBHLT 6970 Statistical Investigation and Reporting
(MStat Project) instructor permission
3 credits
PBHLT 6971 Practicum 1 credit

Practicum: Prior to commencing, submit form outlining objectives signed and approved by mentor and faculty advisor to academic advisor. At conclusion submit one complete set of signed forms to academic advisor. See MStat-Biostatistics student policy manual for forms.

Additional Required Courses (Must complete at least one of the following: 3 Credits

MATH 6010 Linear Models
(pre-reqs: Math 5010, 5080, 5090, & 2270)
3 credits
MATH 6020  Multivariate Models
(pre-reqs: Math 6010), Spring Semester
3 credits
PBHLT 7130 Longitudinal Data Analysis
Instructor Permissions, Spring Semester
3 credits

Additional Required Course Credit Hours: 3

Total Credits: 37

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