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Bachelor of Statistics (Major in Probability & Stochastic Processes) 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
  • MATH2305 Applied Mathematics 1 6 units  **See below

Year 2, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • STAT2005 Introduction to Stochastic Processes 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • MATH2306  Applied Mathematics 2 6 units ** See below
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 3, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • STAT3004 Stochastic Modelling 6 units
  • MATH3029 Probability Modelling and Applications 6 units
  • STAT3013 Statistical Inference 6 units ** See below
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 3, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • STAT3006 Advanced Stochastic Processes 6 units
  • STAT3056 Advanced Mathematical Statistics 6 units ** See below
  • MATH3015 Mathematics of Finance 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

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

The above plan is following the Mathematical Statistics component of the major. If you wish to do the Mathematical Analysis component please see the alternative 4 courses.

18 units from completion of the following mathematical analysis courses:

MATH2320 Advanced Analysis 1: Metric Spaces and Applications

MATH3320 Advanced Analysis 2: Topology, Lebesgue Integration and Hilbert Spaces

STAT3017 Big Data Statistics

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

Please ensure you carefully look at each course for prerequisites and term offerings when making changes to the above study plan. This information can be found on each individual course page on the programs and courses website.

The 4 courses counting towards the Mathematical Statistics component as listed above are:

MATH2305 Applied Mathematics I

MATH2306 Applied Mathematics II

STAT3013 Statistical Inference

STAT3056 Advanced Mathematical Statistics

Commencing semester 2

Year 1, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • COMP1100 Intro Prog & Algorithms 6 units
  • STAT1008 Quantitative Research Methods 6 units
  • MATH1113 Mathematical Foundations for Actuarial Studies ** See below
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 1, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • STAT2001 Inter Math Statistics 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
  • STAT2005 Introduction to Stochastic Processes 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 2, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • MATH3511 Scientific Computing 6 units
  • STAT3004 Stochastic Modelling 6 units
  • MATH3029 Probability Modelling with Applications 6 units
  • MATH2320 Advanced Analysis 1 Metric spaces and applications ** See below

Year 3, Semester 2: 24 Units

  • STAT3006 Credibility Theory 6 units
  • MATH3015 Mathematics of Finance 6 units
  • STAT3017 Big Data Statistics 6 units ** See below
  • Elective Course 6 units

Year 3, Semester 1: 24 Units

  • MATH3320 Advanced Analysis 2 6 units ** See below
  • STAT Course 6 units ** See below
  • Elective Course 6 units
  • Elective Course 6 units

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

The above plan is following the Mathematical Analysis component of the major. If you wish to do the Mathematical Statistics component please see the alternative 4 courses.

MATH2305 Applied Mathematics I

MATH2306 Applied Mathematics II

STAT3013 Statistical Inference

STAT3056 Advanced Mathematical Statistics

Please ensure you carefully look at each course for prerequisites and term offerings when making changes to the above study plan. This information can be found on each individual course page on the programs and courses website. Please note you will need to take MATH2301 in Year 2 Semester 2 to complete this path.

The 4 courses counting towards the Mathematical Analysis component as listed above are:

18 units from completion of the following mathematical analysis courses:

MATH2320 Advanced Analysis 1: Metric Spaces and Applications

MATH3320 Advanced Analysis 2: Topology, Lebesgue Integration and Hilbert Spaces

STAT3017 Big Data Statistics

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

Please note MATH1113 is only approved for stduents commencing from semester 2.

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