Katherine Ensor Courses
STAT 312 – Probability & Statistics for Civil & Environmental Engineers
Basic methodologies and problem solving of probability and statistics for civil and environmental engineering.
STAT 421 – Applied Time Series and Forecasting
Applied time series modeling and forecasting, with applications to financial markets.
STAT 532 and STAT 533 – Mathematical Statistics
The first semester in a two-semester sequence in mathematical statistics: random variables, distributions, small and large sample theorems of hypothesis testing, point estimation, and confidence intervals; topics such as exponential families, univariate and multivariate linear models, and nonparametric inference will also be discussed.
STAT 621 – Applied Time Series and Forecasting
Applied time series modeling and forecasting, with applications to financial markets with advanced problem sets.
Loren Raun Courses
STAT 684 – Environmental Risk Assessment & Human Health
Learn and apply quantitative risk assessment methodology to estimate human health risk from environmental exposure to contamination in air, soil and water. Students will conduct a series of team projects focused on toxicology, risk based screening levels, exposure concentration estimation and risk characterization.
STAT 685 – Environmental Statistics and Decision Making
A project oriented computer intensive course focusing on statistical and mathematical solutions and investigations for the purpose of environmental decisions.
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