
STAT 241APPLIED STATS FOR BUSINESSIntroduction of statistical analysis as part of management practice. Content includes statistical analysis, theoretical foundations and tools, as they relate to the application of statistics to problem solving in uncertain business environments. Emphasizes application of statistical tools to real world datasets and ability of students to make managerial recommendations. Prerequisite: Completion of Mth 95 with a grade of C or above within the last year, or passing at the necessary level on the mathematics placement test within the last year (see Math Department webpage at mth.pdx.edu for information).

STAT 243INTRO PROB & STAT IA basic course in statistical analysis including presentation of data probability, probability distributions, sampling distributions, estimation, tests of significance, experimental design and analysis of variance, regression and correlation, nonparametric statistics, selected topics, applications, and use of statistical computer packages. A broad nontechnical survey designed primarily for nonmath students who need to utilize the subject in their own fields. Not approved for major credit. This is the first course in a sequence of two: Stat 243 and Stat 244 which must be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: Completion of Mth 095 with a grade of C or above within the last year, or passing at the necessary level on the mathematics placement test within the last year (see Math Department webpage at mth.pdx.edu for information).

STAT 244INTRO PROB & STAT IIA basic course in statistical analysis including presentation of data probability, probability distributions, sampling distributions, estimation, tests of significance, experimental design and analysis of variance, regression and correlation, nonparametric statistics, selected topics, applications, and use of statistical computer packages. A broad nontechnical survey designed primarily for nonmath students who need to utilize the subject in their own fields. Not approved for major credit. This is the second course in a sequence of two: Stat 243 and Stat 244 which must be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: Stat 243.

STAT 299SPST:(Credit to be arranged.)

STAT 351STATISTICS FOR ECEAn introduction to applied probability, statistics, and data analysis. Sample spaces, probability laws, discrete and continuous probability models, sampling theory, point and interval estimation, hypothesis testing, regression, correlation, experimental design, analysis of variance, computer simulation and computation in Matlab. Applications to problems of current interest to electrical and computer engineers. Prerequisite: Mth 252.

STAT 551APPL STAT/ENGR & SCI ISample spaces, probability, counting measures, discrete and continuous probability models, sampling theory, and computer applications. This is the first course in a sequence of two: Stat 551 and Stat 552 and must be taken in sequence.