STAT 334 - Introduction to Probability Models and Simulation

Prerequisites:STAT 260 and MATH 114, 116, or 124

Course Description: Introduction to basic probability and principles of simulation. Emphasis is placed on formulation of models and simulation applications to statistical methodology. Topics include: basic probability rules. counting methods, discrete and continuous probability spaces, independence, conditional probability, expectation, variance, and limit theorems. Distributions covered include the binomial, hypergeometric, Poisson, normal, Gamma, Beta, multinomial, and bivariate normal. Intended primarily for students in the Statistics Bachelor's program.Offered by Statistics. Limited to two attempts.

When Offered: Fall