# Statistics Department Courses

**For enrollment and wait list questions: **

E-mail enroll AT stat.wisc.edu and include the course number in the subject line. Please do NOT directly call or email faculty or office staff regarding enrollment questions.

**Note for students not in a statistics program/major:**

Major courses (see Course Guide) are reserved for declared students until all declared students have had a chance to enroll. Remaining open seats will be available for students outside the department who meet the specified requisites on May 5, 2019 for Fall 2019 enrollment.

*This does not pertain to Gateway Courses: Stat 301, Stat 311, Stat 312, Stat 324, Stat 371, Stat 571

Notes on the course listings:

- Courses that are the primary responsibility of another department and are cross-listed with Statistics are listed below with the name of the primary department in parentheses ().
- For official course descriptions and class schedule information use either the Course Guide or Class Search.
- Prospective undergraduate statistics majors should refer to the flow chart for sequencing of courses.
- Some Statistics course listings are maintained using Moodle course pages or Learn@UW.

**Courses that are designated with an * are primarily aimed at statistics majors.**

## Introductory Courses for Undergraduate Students

Number | Name | Credits | Frequency |
---|---|---|---|

224 | Introductory Statistics for Engineers | 3 | Fall, Spring, Summer |

301 | Introduction to Statistical Methods | 3 | Fall, Spring, Summer |

302 | Accelerated Introduction to Statistical Methods* | 3 | Fall, Spring |

324 | Introductory Applied Statistics for Engineers | 3 | Fall, Spring |

371 | Introductory Applied Statistics for the Life Sciences | 3 | Fall, Spring, Summer |

## Intermediate Courses for Undergraduate Students

## Service Courses for Graduate Students

Number | Name | Credits | Frequency |
---|---|---|---|

511 | Introduction to Biostatistical Methods for Public Health (BMI) | 3 | Fall |

541 | Introduction to Biostatistics (BMI) | 3 | Fall, Summer |

542 | Introduction to Clinical Trials I (BMI) | 3 | Spring |

546 | Practicum in Clinical Trial Data Analysis and Interpretation (BMI) | 3 | Spring, Summer |

571 | Statistical Methods for Bioscience I | 4 | Fall |

572 | Statistical Methods for Bioscience II | 4 | Spring |

575 | Statistical Methods for Spatial Data | 3 | Irregular |

## Courses aimed at Graduate Students in Statistics

There are some Statistics courses that are included on University course-lists that have not been offered for quite a few years and are unlikely to be offered in the near future. For completeness, they are listed below:

Number | Name | Credits |
---|---|---|

201 | Principles of Statistics | 3 |

426 | Reliability | 3 |

441 | Introduction to Biostatistics for Pharmacy | 3 |

731 | Probability and Analysis | 3 |

749 | Mathematical Models and Response Surface Methodology I | 3 |

750 | Theory of Linear Models | 3 |

751 | Sequential Analysis | 3 |

776 | Introduction to Bayesian Decision and Control II | 3 |

826 | Theory of Life Testing and Reliability | 3 |

829 | Decision Theory | 3 |

830 | Decision Theory | 3 |

842 | Hypothesis Testing | 3 |

853 | Bayesian Inference | 3 |