Search Results

STAT 431 Statistical Analysis

3 credits
Concepts and methods of statistical research including multiple regression, contingency tables and chi-square, experimental design, analysis of variance, multiple comparisons, and analysis of covariance. Cooperative: open to WSU degree-seeking students.
Prereq: STAT 251, STAT 301, or STAT 416.

Statistical Science (M.S.)

Master of Science. Major in Statistical Science. Students seeking admission to the MS program in Statistical Science should have completed at least two semesters in college calculus comparable to  MATH 170  and MATH 175 , and two classes in applied statistics including  STAT 431  or a comparable course. Familiarity with programming is expected, and familiarity with numerical or statistical computing environments is desirable. Students are not required to have an undergraduate degree in statistics. Candidates must fulfill the requirements of the College of Graduate Studies and of the Department of Statistical Science. See the College of Graduate Studies section for the applicable general requirements for M.S. degree. An individual graduate program is tailored for the student, but all students must complete a basic core requirement of 24 credits and either thesis ( STAT 500 1 ), an internship report ( STAT 598 ), or a consulting option or course (6 credits of STAT 597 ). Credits from STAT 431  will not count toward the degree.

Statistics Academic Graduate Certificate

STAT 431  or similar course preparation must be completed prior to pursuing this academic certificate.  At least half of the credits used for this certificate must be at the 500-level. 

Washington State Cooperatively Offered Course

...STAT 360 Probability and Statistics (3 cr) STAT...Structures (3 cr) CE 431 Structural Steel Design...

Academics & Advising

...for students enrolled in STAT 251 , STAT 301 , and STAT 431 . The staff works to...