Loyola
University Chicago
Master
of Science Program in Applied Statistics and Predictive Modelling
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Funding Info from the Graduate School
Graduate School  Important Policies (including info for
International Students)
Important Note:
Our 29credit, threesemester Master’s program is novel in that it requires
students to have completed just one introductory statistics course plus two
calculus courses (differential and integral) during undergraduate studies for
entrance into our program; multivariate calculus is not required to gain
admission (although some students have indeed covered the third calculus course).
Review of Calculus:
Before taking STAT404, it is important that students review derivatives and
integrals. Students are suggest to obtain Schaum's Calculus Review
and work through lines, circles, equations and graphs, limits, continuity,
derivatives and rules, implicit differentiation, applications of derivatives,
trigonometry, rates, integrals, logs and exponentials, l Hopitals rule,
exponential growth/decay, applications of integration, techniques, improper
integrals, double integrals, infinite series and sequences.
Preparing for STAT408
(Regression) and STAT407 (Design): Students are
advised to familiarize themselves with basic matrix/linear algebra before the
start of the class; these topics are covered in most course textbooks and
online materials posted on the Web.
Sequencing of and Notes
about Courses:

Graduate classes are not
offered during the Summer semester, as most students
seek out internships during the Summer months.

Fallonly courses: STAT403
(Computing), STAT404 (Probability), STAT407 (Design), STAT408 (Regression),
STAT411 (Survival), Predictive Analytics, and Statistical Consulting.

Springonly courses: STAT405
(Inference), STAT410 (Categorical), and Nonparametric Methods.

As often as possible: STAT406
(Stochastic Processes), STAT421 (Simulation), STAT426 (Adv. Theory), Data
Visualization & Missing Data, Sampling Methods, Longitudinal Data Analysis,
Spatial Statistics Methods, Bayesian Methods, Nonlinear Regression Methods,
Hierarchical Modelling, and other special topics classes.

Students wishing to take
course(s) outside of STAT need prior approval of the Graduate Program Director.
Here is the typical sequence
for students entering during the Fall semester:
First Fall Semester 
Spring Semester 
Second Fall Semester 
STAT403 
STAT405 
STAT407 
STAT404 
Elective 
Elective 
STAT408 
Elective 
Elective 

Statistical Consulting Capstone (2 credits) 
Important Deadlines
Regarding Graduation:
* Application
deadline is 2/1 if graduating in August of the same year
* Application
deadline is 8/1 if graduating in December of the same year
* Application
deadline is 12/1 if graduating in May of the following year