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List 3: Bachelor of Statistics courses (Pre-2017 Students Only)

2016

a. Business Statistics

Assumed Knowledge: To the level of MKTG2001 Marketing Research

  • STAT2003 Statistical Marketing Research Methods
  • STAT3005 Advanced Marketing Research Methods
  • STAT3008 Applied Statistics
  • EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting

 

b. Econometrics

Pre-requisite: ECON1101 Microeconomics 1;
Also recommended: ECON1102 Macroeconomics 1

  • EMET3004 Econometrics II: Econometric Modelling
  • at least three of:
    • EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
    • EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
    • EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
    • EMET3011 Econometrics III: Advanced Econometric Methods

 

c. Financial Statistics

Pre-requisites: FINM1001FINM2002

  • FINM2003 Investments
  • FINM3003 Continuous Time Finance
  • FINM3007 Advanced Derivative Pricing and Applications
  • at least one of:
    • EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
    • EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
    • FINM3008 Applied Portfolio Construction

 

d. Statistical Methodology

Recommended: MATH1115 and MATH1116

 

e. Applied Probability:

Pre-requisites: MATH1115MATH1116
Recommended: MATH2305

 

f. Psychological Research Methods

Pre-requisites: PSYC1003PSYC1004

  • PSYC2009 Quantitative Methods in Psychology
  • PSYC3018 Advanced Research Methods
  • PSYC3026 Personality and the Assessment of Individual Differences
  • at least one of:

 

g. Sociological Research Methods

Pre-requisites: SOCY1003SOCY1004

  • SOCY2037 Foundation of Social Research
  • SOCY2038 Introduction to Quantitative Research Method
  • SOCY2043 Qualitative Research Methods
  • POPS2002 Population Analysis

 

2015

a. Business Statistics

Assumed Knowledge: To the level of MKTG2001 Marketing Research

  • STAT2003 Statistical Marketing Research Methods
  • STAT3005 Advanced Marketing Research Methods
  • STAT3008 Applied Statistics
  • EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting

 

b. Econometrics

Pre-requisite: ECON1101 Microeconomics 1;
Also recommended: ECON1102 Macroeconomics 1

  • EMET2008 Econometric Modelling ** As of 2016 EMET2008 is replaced with EMET3004
  • at least three of:
    • EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
    • EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
    • EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
    • EMET3011 Econometrics III: Advanced Econometric Methods

 

c. Financial Statistics

Pre-requisites: FINM1001FINM2002

  • FINM2003 Investments
  • FINM3003 Continuous Time Finance
  • FINM3007 Advanced Derivative Pricing and Applications
  • at least one of:
    • EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
    • EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
    • FINM3008 Applied Portfolio Construction

 

d. Statistical Methodology

Recommended: MATH1115 and MATH1116

 

e. Applied Probability:

Pre-requisites: MATH1115MATH1116
Recommended: MATH2305

 

f. Psychological Research Methods

Pre-requisites: PSYC1003PSYC1004

  • PSYC2009 Quantitative Methods in Psychology
  • PSYC3018 Advanced Research Methods
  • PSYC3026 Personality and the Assessment of Individual Differences
  • at least one of:

 

g. Sociological Research Methods

Pre-requisites: SOCY1003SOCY1004

  • SOCY2037 Foundation of Social Research
  • SOCY2038 Introduction to Quantitative Research Method
  • SOCY2043 Qualitative Research Methods
  • POPS2002 Population Analysis

 

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