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New Mexico State University
Undergraduate Catalog
2012-2013

A ST-APPLIED STATISTICS

A ST 251G. Statistics for Business and the Behavioral Sciences - 3 cr.
Techniques for describing and analyzing data; estimation, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation; basic concepts of statistical inference. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 120. Same as STAT 251G.
A ST 311. Statistical Applications - 3 cr.
Techniques for describing and analyzing economic and biological data; estimation, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation; basic concepts of statistical inference.
A ST 450. Special Topics - 1-4 cr.
Specific subjects and credits announced in the Schedule of Classes. Maximum of 4 credits per semester and a grand total of 9 credits.
A ST 456. Statistical Methods and Data Analysis - 3 cr. (2+2P)
Methods for sampling and estimation; analysis of variance and elementary experimental designs; linear regression and correlation; multiple regression, variable selection methods and residual analysis; introduction to statistical packages. Prerequisite: A ST 251G, A ST 311, or equivalent.
A ST 498. Independent Study - 1-3 cr.
Individual studies directed by consenting faculty with prior approval of the department head. Maximum of 3 credits per semester and a grand total of 3 credits.