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New Mexico State University
Undergraduate Catalog


STAT 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: MATH 120 (see note above.) Same as A ST 251G.
STAT 271G. Statistics for Psychological Sciences - 3 cr.
Techniques for describing and analyzing data; basic concepts of statistical inference; estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, and analysis of variance. Prerequisite: MATH 120.
STAT 371. Statistics for Engineers and Scientists I - 3 cr.
Modern probability and statistics with applications to the engineering sciences. Prerequisite: MATH 192G.
STAT 400. Undergraduate Research - 1-3 cr.
Arrangements must be made with supervising professor before registration. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.
STAT 470. Probability: Theory and Applications - 3 cr.
Basic probability distributions including binomial, normal; random variables, expectation; laws of large numbers; central limit theorem. Prerequisites: MATH 291G and at least one-300 level Math course.
STAT 480. Statistics: Theory and Applications - 3 cr.
Point and interval estimation; sufficiency; hypothesis testing; regression; analysis of variance; chi-square tests. Prerequisite: STAT 470.