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Parent Orientation

Students and parents can learn their way around campus and discover the many opportunities at UI. Orientation events are Aug. 18-21. Register

UI Retirees Association

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Department of Statistical Science

Statistics encompasses course work in designing and analyzing experiments, planning and interpreting surveys, and exploring relationships among variables observed on social, physical, and biological phenomena. The applied nature of the program allows the student to develop data analysis tools for such diverse areas as business and economics, crop and animal production, biological sciences, human behavior, education, engineering, and natural resource management.

Graduate study in statistics is designed for two types of students. Students whose undergraduate degrees are in subject matter disciplines will prepare for a career involving the application of statistical methods to their particular area of interest. Students with degrees in mathematics, computer science, or similar areas will prepare for a career in technical data analysis, statistical computing, and teaching of introductory-level statistics.

Statistics News

The 2015-2016 Statistics Newsletter is now available.

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Statistics Assistance Center

Statistics Assistance Center (SAC) provides drop-in assistance to students enrolled in Statistics 251, 301, and 431.

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Statistical Consulting Center

The Statistical Consulting Center (SCC) provides assistance in the design of experiments and sample surveys and advice on statistical analyses.

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Stat 251 Prerequisites

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Contact

Physical Address:
Brink Hall 415A

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 1104
Moscow, ID 83844-1104

Phone: (208) 885-2929

Fax: (208) 885-7959

Email: stat@uidaho.edu

Web: Department of Statistical Science