This MSci programme is designed for students with an interest in the powerful applications of statistics who also wish to develop their mathematical knowledge and explore the interactions between the two subjects. It is accredited by the Royal Statistical Society, and offers an additional year of study on top of the Mathematics and Statistical Science BSc. Students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking more advanced courses and completing a major project. No previous knowledge of statistics is required.
Years 1 and 2: Foundations are laid with a balanced selection of courses from each department, including the following compulsory statistics courses: Year 1: Introduction to statistical methods; introduction to probability. Year 2: Computing for practical statistics; linear models and the analysis of variance; introduction to applied probability; probability and inference; either: optimisation algorithms in operations research, or: social statistics. Year 3: Range of options in both subjects, including: actuarial science; clinical and pharmaceutical studies; decision and risk; epidemiological methods; forecasting; optimisation algorithms in operational research; social statistics; stochastic systems; compulsory course in statistical inference. Year 4: Major research project; range of options in both subjects. Sponsorship available for students through the year in industry scheme.
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- SQA Advanced Higher A1A1A-A1AA
- Irish Leaving Certificates AAAAAA
- GCE A-level A*AA-A*A*A
- European Baccalaureate 90%
- International Baccalaureate
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- GCE AS-level
- SQA Higher
- GCSE/SQA Standard Grade
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Total Coursework: 17%
Total Practical: 1%