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
|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
|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:
|201||Principles of Statistics||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|
|776||Introduction to Bayesian Decision and Control II||3|
|826||Theory of Life Testing and Reliability||3|