Ph.D. students must complete seventy-five semester hours. Requirements include a statistics core of twenty-seven semester hours, consulting-teaching practicum of three semester hours, elective courses of thirty-six semester hours, and nine semester hours of dissertation work. A successful dissertation defense is also required in order to earn this degree. Other requirements are computer proficiency and a preliminary examination. A foreign language is not required.
|STA 5353||Theory of Statistics II||3|
|STA 5380||Methods in Statistics I||3|
|STA 5381||Methods in Statistics II||3|
|STA 6375||Computational Statistics I||3|
|STA 5383||Introduction to Multivariate Analysis||3|
|STA 5362||Time Series Analysis||3|
|STA 6382||Theory of Linear Models||3|
|STA 6352||Bayesian Theory||3|
|STA 6351||Large Sample Theory||3|
|STA 5V85||Practice in Statistics||3|
|The elective courses are selected from approved STA courses or from approved courses in MTH, CSI, ECO, QBA, ISY, BIO, or PSY. 1||36|
Note that STA 5V85 Practice in Statistics does not count as an elective course.