STAT 330 - Sampling Design and Analysis
Studies the design and analysis of sampling finite populations. Includes survey design, probability (random, stratified, cluster, systematic) and non-probability sampling designs, and analysis of numerical and categorical data collected through surveys and sampling. Emphasis on sample size calculations, estimation of standard errors and parameters from various probability sampling designs, using statistical computing and programming software, and considerations for sampling and non-sampling error.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): (Prereq: MATH 320 or STAT 250 or STAT 100 or BUS 204 with a C- or better)
Typically Offered: Fall term only - even years