STAT 4370. Special Topics in Statistics. 3 Hours.
This course is designed to accommodate independent study and research with content determined by mutual agreement of student and supervisor. However, it may also be taught as a special organized class when there is sufficient student interest in a particular project. Such topics as survival analysis, modeling and analysis, categorical data analysis, biostatistics, Monte-Carlo techniques, and bootstrapping may be included. This course may be taken for Academic Distinction credit. (See Academic Distinction Program in this catalog.) May be repeated for credit.
Prerequisite: MATH 3379 or STAT 3379, and consent of instructor.