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Bachelor of Statistics (Major in Applied Statistics) Study Plan

Commencing semester 1

Year 1, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • COMP1100 Intro Prog & Algorithms 6 units
  • MATH1115 Maths and Apps 1 H 6 units
  • STAT1003 Statistical Techniques 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 1, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • MATH1116 Maths and Apps 2 H 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 2, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • STAT2001 Intro Math Statistics 6 units
  • STAT2008 Regression Modelling 6 units
  • MATH3511 Scientific Computing 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 2, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • STAT2005 Introduction to Stochastic Processes 6 units
  • STAT3011 Graphical Data Analysis 
  • STAT3015 Generalised Linear Modelling  
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 3, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • STAT3012 Design of Experiments & Surveys
  • STAT3032 Survival Models
  • STAT course ** see below
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 3, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • STAT3008/STAT3016
  • STAT course ** see below
  • EMET course ** see below
  • Elective Course 6 units

Major Courses can be found under the Bachelor of Statistics Program on Programs and Courses.

STAT and EMET course refer to the section of program requirements:

6 units from completion of courses from the subject area EMET Econometrics

12 units from completion of further courses from the subject area STAT Statistics

Please note on programs and courses the section referring to:

12 units from completion of an introductory mathematics courses from the following list:

MATH1013 Mathematics and Applications 1 and

MATH1014 Mathematics and Applications 2 or

MATH1115 Advanced Mathematics and Applications 1 and

MATH1116 Advanced Mathematics and Applications 2

May cause limitation to the section of:

6 units from completion of a discrete mathematics course from the following list:

MATH2301 Games, Graphs and Machines

MATH3511 Scientific Computing

If you do not wish to study MATH1115 and MATH1116, but wish to study MATH3511 you will need to use an elective to meet the prerequisites which are: To enrol in this course you must have successfully completed one of MATH1116 or MATH2305 or MATH 2405 or MATH2320.

Commencing semester 2

Year 1, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • COMP1100 Intro Prog & Algorithms 6 units
  • STAT1008 Quantitative Research Methods 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 1, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • MATH1115 Maths and Apps 1 H 6 units
  • STAT2008 Regression Modelling 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 2, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • MATH1116 Maths and Apps 2 H 6 units
  • STAT3011 Graphical Data Analysis 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • STAT3015 Generalised Linear Modelling 6 units

Year 2, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • MATH3511 Scientific Computing 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • STAT Course 6 units ** See below
  • STAT2001 Intro Math Statistics 6 units

Year 3, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • EMET Course 6 units ** See below
  • STAT3008 / STAT3016 6 units
  • STAT2005 Introduction to Stochastic Processes 6 units
  • STAT course 6 units ** See below

Year 3, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • STAT3012 Designs of Experiments & Surveys 6 units
  • STAT3032 Survival Models 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

Major Courses can be found under the Bachelor of Statistics Program on Programs and Courses.

STAT and EMET course refer to the section of program requirements:

6 units from completion of courses from the subject area EMET Econometrics

12 units from completion of further courses from the subject area STAT Statistics

Please note on programs and courses the section referring to:

12 units from completion of an introductory mathematics courses from the following list:

MATH1013 Mathematics and Applications 1 and

MATH1014 Mathematics and Applications 2 or

MATH1115 Advanced Mathematics and Applications 1 and

MATH1116 Advanced Mathematics and Applications 2

May cause limitation to the section of:

6 units from completion of a discrete mathematics course from the following list:

MATH2301 Games, Graphs and Machines

MATH3511 Scientific Computing

If you do not wish to study MATH1115 and MATH1116, but wish to study MATH3511 you will need to use an elective to meet the prerequisites which are: To enrol in this course you must have successfully completed one of MATH1116 or MATH2305 or MATH 2405 or MATH2320.

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