St 451 research methodology in social sciences 3

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ST 451 Research Methodology in Social Sciences 3 credits Prerequisite : ST 217 or ST 319 Definition and types of research; ethics of researcher; research proposal; research designs; research procedure and analysis; research report writing and research publishing; case study using statistical packages program.
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7. C OURSE D ESCRIPTIONS B.S C .(S TATISTICS ) 2009 16 ST 457 Research Methodology 3 credits Prerequisite : ST 351 or ST 376 Definition and types of research; ethics of researcher; research proposal; research designs; research procedure; data processing using statistical packages; data analysis; research report writing; field work; research presentation. ST 467 Introduction to Stochastic Processes 3 credits Prerequisite : ST 321 or ST 326 Makov chains and Makov process; Poisson process; birth and death process; queing theory; stationary process; reliability; simulation; applications for the problems solving. ST 486 Applied Multivariate Analysis 3 credits Prerequisite : ST 332 or ST 338 or ST 431 Introduction to multivariate ; estimation and hypotheses testing about mean vector and covariance matrices of multivariate distributions; principal components analysis; factor analysis ; canonical correlation ; discriminant analysis; cluster analysis ; use of statistical packages. ST 494 Special Project 1 1 credit Prerequisite : 1. 4 th year student And 2. ST 332 and ST 351 Study and research on topics of interests and related to statistics under the supervision of advisor ; proposal presentation. ST 495 Special Project 2 2 credits Prerequisite : ST 494 Integrated statistical theory and analysis for problem solving ; research process on topics of interests under the supervision of advisor ; writing report and presentation. ST 497 Special Topics in Statistics 3 credits Prerequisite : studied all compulsory courses level 300 Interesting topics or new issues in statistics which are not normally available in regular departmental courses , determined by instructor or invited lecturer.
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