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Unformatted text preview: STA 4322/5328 Introduction to Statistics Theory / Fundamentals of Statistical Theory Section 7474/7482 (3 credit hours) Spring 2011 Course Information and Policies Objectives: The sequence of courses STA 4321–4322 (resp. 5325–5328) provides a formal and sys- tematic introduction to mathematical statistics for students who have passed three semesters of standard undergraduate-level calculus and a first course in statistics. Major topics of STA 4322/5328 include normal-theory sampling distributions, estimation methods, proper- ties of point estimators, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and related theory, and basic linear regression. The primary purpose of STA 4322/5328 is preparation for graduate-level study in statistics and closely related subjects. Prerequisite: STA 4321 or STA 5325 Course Web Site: Basic information is available at but more detailed information and documents will be on the companion e-Learning in Sakai page. Please check it regularly! Instructor: Trevor Park, Griffin-Floyd 116C, [email protected] , 273–2973, Fax: 392–5175 Lecture: Tuesday, Period 4 (10:40–11:30), and Thursday, Periods 4 & 5 (10:40–12:35), Griffin- Floyd Hall, Room 100 Office Hours: Listed on course web site, and subject to change , particularly in the first few weeks of class. Special appointments with the instructor may be arranged by mutual agreement....
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