Introduction to Probability and Mathematical Statistics II *

Course Number: 
310
Credits: 
3
Frequency: 
Fall, Spring
Course Description: 
This course in mathematical statistical inference aims at providing an understanding of likelihood's central role to statistical inference, using the language of mathematical statistics to analyze statistical procedures, and using the computer as a tool for understanding statistics. Specific topics include: samples and populations, estimation, hypothesis testing, and theoretical properties of statistical inference.
Course Prerequisites: 
Stat 309 or Stat 311 or Math/Stat 431 (with Math/Stat 309 recommended) AND an introductory statistics course (Stat 224 or Stat 301 or Stat 302 or Stat 324 or Stat 371 or Econ 310).
Course Audience: 
Students majoring in math or statistics.