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STT 804  Statistical Consulting and Practice (Interim New)


Semester
Fall of every year
Credits
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Recommended Background
Excellent command of English language due to reading research articles in applied fields
Restrictions
Open to master's students in the College of Natural Science or in the Department of Statistics and Probability or in the Statistics Major. Approval of department.
Description
This course will provide a discussion-based introduction to statistical consulting and the practical aspects of the consulting environment. This course is geared towards quantitative graduate students of various disciplines in their second-year master’s program. Students will be asked to work on consulting projects, write statistical reports, and give presentations, gaining soft skills that are not necessarily covered in other courses. Covered topics will include aspects of the consulting process including (a) ethics; (b) communication skills; (c) data management (d) statistical methods.
Effective Dates
FALL 2019 - Open