Master Of Science In Statistics

 Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

STAT-501

Statistical Methods

3

STAT-503

Mathematical Methods for Statistics

3

STAT-505

Probability & Probability Distributions-I

3

STAT-507

Design and Analysis of Experiments-I

4

STAT-509

Sampling Techniques

4

 

Total

17

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

STAT-510

Probability & Probability Distributions-II

3

STAT-512

Design & Analysis of Experiments-II

4

STAT-514

Sampling and Survey Methods

4

STAT-516

Regression Analysis & Econometrics-I

3

STAT-518

Statistical Packages

4

 

Total

18

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

STAT-601

Regression Analysis & Econometrics-II

4

STAT-603

Statistical Inference-I
Thesis or any three optional courses out of the following

3

STAT-605

(i) Quality Control & Quality Management

3

STAT-607

(ii) Management & Operations Research

3

STAT-609

(iii) Official Statistics

3

STAT-611

(iv) Actuarial Statistics-I

3

STAT-613

(v) Robust Methods

3

 

Total

16

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

STAT-610

Statistical Inference-II

3

STAT-612

Non-Parametric Methods

3

STAT-614

Population Studies
Thesis or any two optional courses out of the following

4

STAT-616

(i) Time Series Analysis & Forecasting

3

STAT-618

(ii) Multivariate Analysis

3

STAT-620

(iii) Bio Statistics

3

STAT-622

(iv) Actuarial Statistics - II

3

STAT-624

(v) Decision Theory

3

 

Total

16

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MISSION

The mission of the Department of Statistics is to devise and develop statistical and
probabilistic theories and techniques, and to disseminate statistical knowledge through
teaching, advising, and outreach programs, in order to serve the needs of the University, and
local, state and national bodies in research, government, business, and industry.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Statistics is used to design surveys and experimental research, collect and analyze data,
interept and evaluate numerical evidence and communicate results. The department’s aim
is to provide students to the community with high skills to play the major role in science
and technology by probabilistic and statistical ideas and methods. We are focused to train
research workers beyond the traditional boundaries of the discipline of Statistics and
encompass research in surveys , probability and statistics for decision making in areas like
business , industry Biological and Social Sciences.

We have strong interdisciplinary links with other departments and areas of study, particularly
Economics, Computer Sciences. We do actively seek to recruit graduate students and faculty
who can help to build and maintain such links. We would offer a statistical consulting service
in each semester.

Programs Offered in Department

For Eligibility and Duration Click below

Eligibility

At least 60% marks in intermediate or equivalent in relevant subject

Duration:

04 years (8 semesters)

Degree Requirement :

Minimum 132 credit hours

Eligibility

At least 45% marks in Graduation or equivalent (in relevant Subjects)

Duration:

02 years (4 semesters)

Degree Requirement :

Minimum 67 credit hours