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1 Graduate Programs in Statistics Course Titles STAT 100 CALCULUS AND MATR IX ALGEBRA FOR STATISTICS. Differential and integral calculus; infinite series; matrix algebra STAT 195 INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL STAT ISTICS. Probability distribution, sampling distribution, parametric and nonparametric inference. STAT 210 STATISTICAL SOFTWARE. Database management and programming using statistical software. STAT 211 STATISTICAL COMPUTING. Algorithms for statistical computing; numerical analysis for linear and nonlinear models; random number generation; Monte Carlo methods. STAT 221 INTRODUCTORY PROBABILITY. Combinatorial analysis; sample space and random variables, probability distribution function; expectation; stochastic independence; common probability distributions. STAT 222 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL INFERENCE. Sampling distributions, point and interval estimation; tests of hypothesis. Pre-requisite: Stat 221 STAT 223 APPLIED REGRESSION ANALYSIS. Model building; diagnostic checking; remedial measures; applications Co-requisite: Stat 222 or equivalent STAT 224 EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS. Completely randomized designs; randomized complete block design; Latin square design; factorial experiments; incomplete block design; higher-order designs. STAT 225 TIME SERIES ANALYSIS. Classical procedures; stationarity; Box-Jerkins modeling procedure: autocorrelation function, partial autocorrelation function; identification, estimation, diagnostic checking, forecasting; transfer functions; applications. STAT 226 APPLIED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS.

2 Multivariate normal distribution; principal components analysis; biplots and h-plots; factor analysis; discriminant analysis; cluster analysis; multidimensional scaling; correspondence analysis; canonical correlation analysis; graphical and data oriented techniques; applications Co-requisite: Stat 223 or its equivalent STAT 230 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS FOR STATISTICS. Special topics in mathematics and their applications in statistics. To be arranged according to the needs of students. (may be repeated provided that the topics are different; topics to be indicated for record purposes) STAT 231 PROBABILITY THEORY. Probability spaces and random variables; probability distributions and distribution functions; mathematical expectation; convergence of sequences of random variables; laws of large numbers; characteristics functions. Co-requisite: Stat 230 STAT 232 PARAMETRIC INFERENCE. Exponential family of densities; point estimation: sufficiency, completeness, unbiasedness, equivariance; hypothesis testing. Pre-requisite: Stat 231 STAT 233 LINEAR MODELS. Subspaces and projections; multivariate normal distribution, non-central distributions, distribution of quadratic forms; the general linear model of full column rank, tests about the mean; tests about the variance; the general linear model not of full column rank; estimability and testability. Pre-requisite: Stat 232 STAT 234 MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS. Distribution theory for multivariate analysis; the multivariate one-and-two sample models; the multivariate linear model. Pre-requisite: Stat 233 STAT 235 SURVEY OF STOCH ASTI C PROCESSES. Markov chains; Markov processes; Poisson processes; renewal processes; martingales. Pre-requisite: Stat 221 STAT 240 HIGH DIMENSIONAL DATA. High dimensional data; high dimensional data visualization; high dimensional data analysis; dimension reduction; pattern search; clustering; applications Pre-requisite: Stat 226/Equivalent, Stat 223/Equivalent

3 STAT 241 NONLINEAR REGRESSION. Classification of nonlinear models; iterative estimation and linear approximation; practical considerations: model specification, starting values, transformations; convergence; multiresponse model; models from differential equations; nonlinear inference regions; measures of nonlinearity; applications. STAT 242 ECONOMETRIC METHODS. Distributed lag models; structural change; simultaneous equations; limited dependent variables; ARCH, GARCH, processes; cointegration; applications. Pre-requisite: Econ 101, Stat 223 or equivalent STAT 243 CATEGORICAL DATA ANALYSIS. Cross-classified tables, multidimensional tables; loglinear model; logit models, measures of association; inference for categorical data; applications STAT 244 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF CLINICAL EXPE RIMENTS. Reliability of measurements; parallel groups design; control of prognostic factors; blocking and stratification; analysis of covariance; repeated measurements and crossover studies; balanced incomplete block designs; factorial experiments; split-plot designs; applications. STAT 245 SURVIVAL ANALYSIS. Functions of survival time; estimation of survival functions; survival distributions and their applications; distribution fitting and goodness-of-fit tests. Pre-requisite: Stat 222 or equivalent STAT 246 RESPONSE SURFACE METHODS. Product design and development; optimal designs; response surface models; response surface optimization; applications. Pre-requisite: Stat 223/Equivalent STAT 247 DATA MINING AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE. Principles of data mining; methods of data mining; themes of data mining; applications of data mining in business intelligence. Pre-requisite: Pre-requisite: Stat 210/Equivalent, Stat 226/Equivalent, Co-requisite: Stat 223/Equivalent, and Stat 225/Equivalent

4 STAT 249 NONPARAMETRIC MODELING. Smoothing methods; kernel smoothing; spline smoothing; regression trees; projection pursuit; nonparametric regression; cross-validation; scoring; high dimensional predictors; additive models; backfitting. Pre-requisite: Stat 222/232 and Stat 223/Equivalent STAT 250 SAMPLING DESIGNS. Concepts in designing sample surveys; non-sampling errors; simple random sampling; systematic sampling; sampling with varying probabilities; stratification, use of auxiliary information; cluster sampling; multi-stage sampling; Co-requisite: Stat 222/Stat 232 STAT 251 SURVEY OPERATIONS. Planning a survey; sample design and sample size, frame construction; tabulation plans; preparation of questionnaires and manual of instruction; field operations; processing of data, preparation of report. Pre-requisite: Stat 222 Co-requisite: Stat 223 Credit: 3 uits STAT 252 BOOTSTRAP METHODS. Empirical distribution functions; resampling and nonparametric statistical inference; optimality of the bootstrap; bootstrap in hypothesis testing; bootstrap in confidence intervals; bootstrap in regression models; bootstrap for dependent data. Pre-requisite: Stat 222/232 and Stat 223/Equivalent STAT 260 QUANTITATIVE RISK MANA GEMENT. Market risk; financial time series; copulas; extreme value theory; credit risk models; operational risks. Pre-requisite: Stat 223 and Stat 225 STAT 261 STOCHASTIC CALCULUS FOR FINANCE. Continuous-time model; Brownian motion; random walk; quadratic variation; Ito formula; Black- Scholes equation; risk-neutral measure; martingale representation theorem; fundamental theorems of asset pricing Pre-requisite: Stat 221/231/Equivalent

5 STAT 262 NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS. Distribution-free statistics; U-statistics; power functions; asymptotic relative efficiency of tests; confidence intervals and bounds; point estimation; linear rank statistics; other methods for constructing distribution-free procedures. Pre-requisite: Stat 232 STAT 263 BAYESIAN ANALYSIS. Bayesian inference; empirical and hierarchical analysis; robustness; numerical procedures. Pre-requisite: Stat 232 STAT 264 ELEMENTS OF DECISION THEO RY. Basic concepts, risk function, Bayes and minimax solutions of decision problems, statistical decision functions, formulation of general decision problems. Pre-requisite: Stat 231 STAT 265 ROBUST STATISTICS. Breakdown point and robust estimators; M-, R-, and L- estimates; robust tests; robust regression and outlier detection. Pre-requisite: Stat 232 STAT 266 APPLIED NONPARAMETRIC METHODS. Methods for single, two and k samples; trends and association; nonparametric bootstrap. Pre-requisite: Stat 222 and Stat 223 STAT 267 ADVANCED APPLIED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS. Confirmatory factor analysis; multidimensional scaling; correspondence analysis; classification trees; CHAID; procrustes analysis; neural networks; structural equation modeling. Pre-requisite: Stat 226 or equivalent/coi STAT 268 ADVANCED TIME SERIES ANALYSIS. Nonstationarity; cointegration; interventions models; state space models; transfer functions; frequency domain; panel data; nonparametric methods for time series; nonparametric prediction; AR-Sieve; block bootstrap Pre-requisite: Stat 223/Equivalent and 225/Equivalent

6 STAT 270 EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS. Graphical methods; single batch analysis and analysis of several batches; order statistics; resistant estimators; robust tests; robust regression; median polish; applications. Pre-requisite: Stat 222 or equivalent STAT 271 STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL. Overview of the statistical methods useful in quality assurance; statistical process control; control charts for variables and attributes, cusum chart, multivariate chart; process capability analysis; acceptance sampling; MIL STD tables and JIS tables; off-line quality control; introduction to response surface analysis; Taguchi method; applications. Pre-requisite: Stat 222 STAT 272 RELIABILITY THEORY. Coherent systems; paths and cuts, life distribution; dependent components; maintenance policies and replacement models; domains of attraction. Pre-requisite: Stat 231 Credit: 3 unit STAT 273 SIX SIGM A ST ATIS TICS. DMAIC(define-measure-analyze-improve-control) methodology; statistical process control; process capability; failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA); measurement system analysis; optimization by experimentation; taguchi method. Pre-requisite: COI STAT 274 MARKET RESEARCH. The marketing research; data and data generation in marketing research; analytical methods; consumer behavior modeling. Pre-requisite: Stat 223/Equivalent and Stat 226/Equivalent STAT 275 ECONOMIC STATISTICS. The Philippine Statistical System; surveys being regularly conducted by the system: questionnaire designs, sampling designs, estimators, issues; official statistics being generated: national accounts, consumer price index,input-output table, poverty statistics, leading economic indicators, seasonally adjusted series; statistical methods useful in generating official statistics. Pre-requisite: Stat 222/232 and Stat 250 STAT 276 STATISTICS FOR GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Components of a geographical information system, data structures and elements of spatial modeling; exploratory spatial data analysis; quadrat analysis, tesselations and spatial autocorrelation; spatial modeling and prediction; some sampling theory; applications.

7 Pre-requisite: Consent of Instructor STAT 277 STATISTICS FOR IMAG E AN ALYS IS. Radiometric enhancement techniques; geometric enhancement using image domain techniques; multispectral transformation of data; supervised classification techniques; clustering and unsupervised classification; applications. Pre-requisite: Consent of Instructor STAT 280 SPECIAL FIELDS OF STATISTICS. Courses in special fields, new areas or latest developments in statistics. Pre-requisite: Consent of Instructor (may be repeated provided that the topics are different; topics to be indicated for record purposes) STAT 290 STATISTICAL CONSULTING. Application of statistical concepts and methodologies to data of researchers seeking statistical consultancy services. Pre-requisite: Consent of Instructor Credit: 1 unit STAT 298 SPECIAL PROBLEM. The problem is on a subject involving the use of statistical methods and analysis. Credit: 5 unts STAT 300 THESIS. The thesis may be on a subject involving original investigation, which in some respect modifies or enlarges what has been previously known and is recommended for approval by the major professor or adviser. Credit: 6 units STAT 301 THEORY OF PROBABILITY I Measure theory; probability spaces; random variables; integration, expectation and moments; convergence. STAT 302 THEORY OF PROBA BILL ITY II Conditional expectations; dependence; martingales. Pre-requisite: Stat 301 STAT 303 STOCHASTIC PROCESSES The theory of stochastic processes; some stochastic processes. Pre-requisite: Stat 302 STAT 311 THEORY OF STATISTICAL INFERENCE I Sufficiency, completeness, exponential families, unbiasedness; equivariance, Bayes estimation, minimax estimation; admissibility. Pre-requisite: Stat 301

8 STAT 312 THEORY OF STATISTICAL INFERENCE II Uniformly most powerful tests; unbiased tests; invariance; linear hypothesis; minimax principle. Pre-requisite: Stat 311 STAT 313 DECISION THEORY Recent developments and applications in decision theory. Pre-requisite: Stat 311 STAT 321 ASYMPTOTIC METHODS FOR STAT ISTICS Limit theorems; U-statistics; M-, R-, and L- estimators; differentiable functionals; asymptotic tests. Pre-requisite: Stat 311 STAT 380 ADVANCED SPECIAL TOPICS Advanced topics in statistics to be presented in lecture series as unique opportunities arise. (may be repeated provided that the topics are different; topics to be indicated for record purposes) STAT 390 READING COURSE Credit: 2 units STAT 396 SEMINAR Faculty and graduate student discussions of current researches in statistics. Credit: 1 unit STAT 400 DISSERTATION Credit: 12

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