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Statistics
undergraduate minor
information

Other statistics courses for undergraduates
 Department of Statistics  list of all courses are available
here
 STAT 412  Introduction to Experimental Design  A more thorough
investigation of Chapters 1315 material
 STAT 414  Introduction to Survey Sampling  Discusses what
happens when a nonrandom sample is taken and applies these methods to
estimating means and other statistics
 STAT 450  Introduction to Regression Analysis  Starts with Chapter
11 material and continues with a more thorough investigation of the
material discussed in Chapter 12 with the use of matrix algebra
 STAT 462 (Distribution Theory) and STAT 463 (Statistical Inference)
 Chapters 1  11 are covered in a more mathematical way over two
semesters; these courses give a good basis for understanding statistical
theory
 Outside of the Department of Statistics  Since the Department of
Statistics was not formed until 2003 at UNL, there are many departments
still offering their own statistics courses. Here are some of
them:
 Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering
 IMSE 421  Applied Statistics and Quality Control  I think this
class uses our same book and continues in the book with Chapters 11  15
and Chapter 17; here is a syllabus
from one instructor who teaches the course
 IMSE 422  Industrial Quality Control  A more thorough
investigation of Chapter 17 material
 Department of Actuarial Science  Actuaries use a lot of statistics!
All of their statistics courses require STAT 463 as a prerequisite
 Department of Economics  The area of "econometrics" involves a lot
of regression analysis; these types of courses also have a basic
economics prerequisite (for example, ECON 417)
 Department of Educational Psychology  They use a lot of statistical
methods with respect to learning and teaching; EDPS 459 is similar to
STAT 218 (so do not take it!); EDPS 470 (Introduction to Educational and
Psychological
Measurement) may be of interest as a second semester introductory
statistics course
