Scheme of Study B.S (4 years):

Dated: 2015-10-28

Statistics is the science of modeling, summarizing, and analyzing data, and of using mathematics and computing tools to make predictions and decisions in the face of uncertainty. The major, administered by the Department of Statistics, is designed to provide students with an understanding of the concepts of statistical inference and a familiarity with the methods of applied statistical analysis. A major in statistics will prepare students for a career in business, industry, or government, and for further graduate study in statistics or in a related area.      

The Details of Courses for BS-4years Program

Semester

Name of the Courses

Cr. (Hrs.)

 

 

1st

 

 

  1. STAT-101: Introductory Statistics  
  2. English-I
  3. Islamic Studies/Ethics
  4. Calculus-I
  5. General-I
  6. General-II

3

3

2

3

3

3

 

                                                                     Semester Total

17

 

 

2nd

  1. STAT-102: Introduction to Probability Distribution
  2. Pakistan Studies
  3. English-II
  4. Calculus-I
  5. General-III
  6. Introduction to Computers

3

2

3

3

3

3

 

                                                                           Semester Total

17

 

 

3rd

 

 

  1. STAT-201: Basic Statistical Inference  
  2. STAT-313: Statistical Packages            
  3. Linear Algebra    
  4. English-III
  5. General-IV

3

3

3

3

3

 

                                                                                                       Semester Total

15

 

 

4th

 

  1. STAT-202: Introduction to Regression Analysis and Experimental Design  
  2. STAT-414: Bio – Statistics (Elective-I)  
  3. STAT-203: Applied Statistics                  
  4. Communication Skill
  5. General –V

3

3

3

3

3

         

                                                                                                       Semester Total

15

 

 

          5th

  1. STAT-301: Probability & Probability Distribution-I
  2. STAT-303: Sampling Technique-I
  3. STAT-305: Design & Analysis of Experiments- I
  4. Numerical Analysis
  5. General-VI

3

4(3+1)

4(3+1)

3

3

 

                                                                                               Semester Total

 

 

 

6th

  1. STAT-302: Probability and Probability Distribution-II
  2. STAT-304: Sampling Techniques-II  
  3. STAT-306: Design and Analysis of   Experiment-II
  4. Elective-II
  5. General-VII

3

4(3+1)

4(3+1)

3

3

 

                                                                                             Semester Total

17

 

 

7th

  1. STAT-401: Statistical Inference-I
  2. STAT-307: Regression Analysis
  3. STAT-404: Demography
  4. STAT-405: Research Methods
  5. Elective-III

3

4(3+1)

4(3+1)

3

3

 

                                                                         Semester Total

17

 

 

8th

  1. STAT-402: Statistical Inference-II  
  2. STAT-308: Econometrics  
  3. STAT-102: Applied Multivariate    
  4. Elective-IV
  5. STAT-424: Project      

3

4(3+1)

4(3+1)

3

3

 

                                                                           Semester Total

17

 

                                                                                    Grand Total

132

 

 

Foundation Courses:

 

1. STAT-101: Introductory Statistics

2. STAT-102: Introduction to Probability Distributions

3. STAT-201: Basic Statistical Inference

4. STAT-***: Linear Algebra

5. STAT-202: Introduction to Regression Analysis & Experimental Design

6. STAT-203: Applied Statistics

7. STAT-301: Probability & Probability Distribution -1

8. STAT-303: Sampling Technique - I

9. STAT-313: Statistical Packages  

 

Major Courses:

1. STAT-307: Regression Analysis

2. STAT-305: Design & Analysis of Experiments-I

3. STAT-302: Probability and Probability Distribution -II

4. STAT-304: Sampling Techniques-II

5. STAT-308: Econometrics

6. STAT-306: Design & Analysis of Experiments-II

7. STAT-310: Non-Parametric Methods

8. STAT-401: Statistical Inference-1

9. STAT-403: Applied Multivariate Analysis

10. STAT-405: Research Methods / Internship

11. STAT-404: Population Studies

12. STAT-402: Statistical Inference-II

13. STAT-424: Project

 

Elective Course:

1. STAT-406: Operation Research

2. STAT-407: Stochastic Process

3. STAT-408: Reliability Analysis

4. STAT-409: Time Series and Forecasting