F, W, Sp, Su notations indicate the quarter(s) each course is normally offered. Unless otherwise specified, the course is offered during the indicated quarter(s). Students subject to the CSU system required Entry Level Mathematics test (ELM) are required to take the ELM prior to enrolling in any math and statistics course. Any course listed as a prerequisite must be passed with a C or better grade.

### Preparatory Mathematics Program

 MAT 010: Prealgebra FWSpSu Geometry, measurement geometry, introduction to algebra including variable expressions, linear equations, polynomials, techniques of factoring, integer exponents. 4 lecture/problems. Tutorial laboratory. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Minimum placement score on ELM or appropriate MDPT or C or better in MAT 009 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 011: Basic Algebra (4) FWSpSu Applications of linear equations, techniques of factoring, rational expressions, linear inequalities, graphs of linear functions, systems of linear equations, rational exponents and radicals, quadratic equations. 4 lecture/problems. Two-hour tutorial laboratory. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Minimum placement score on ELM or appropriate MDPT or C or better in MAT 010 within two (2) quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 012: Intermediate Algebra (4) FWSpSu Complex numbers, advanced quadratic equations with applications, quadratic and rational inequalities, functions, conic sections, logarithms, non-linear systems of equations, sequences and series, binomial expansions. 4 lecture/problems. One-hour tutorial laboratory. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Minimum placement score on ELM or appropriate MDPT or C or better in MAT 011 within two (2) quarters. (Expanded Course Outline)

### 100 Level Courses

 MAT 105: College Algebra (4) FWSpSu Real numbers, inequalities, absolute value, coordinate systems, functions, progressions, linear and quadratic systems, polynomials and mathematical induction. Not open to any student with credit for MAT 115. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Must have satisfied ELM and have achieved the minimum placement score on the appropriate Math Diagnostic Test or C or better in MAT 012 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 106: Trigonometry (4) FWSpSu The circular functions, general reduction formulas, inverse functions, graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, Law of Sines, Law of Cosines, identities and complex numbers. Not open to any student with credit for MAT 115. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Must have satisfied ELM and have achieved the minimum placement score on the appropriate Math Diagnostic or C or better in MAT 012 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 112: Preparation for Calculus (4) FWSpSu Function, theory, techniques for graphing functions (polynomials, rational functions, trig functions, exponential functions, log functions, and compositions of these such as trig polynomials), conic sections, solutions of systems of linear and non-linear equations, inequalities, introduction to limits. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: Must have satisfied ELM and have achieved the minimum placement score on the appropriate MDT or C or better in MAT 105 and MAT 106 or equivalent within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 114: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (4) FWSpSu Functions, limits and continuity. Derivatives and applications of Derivatives including max/min applications, L’Hospital’s Rule. Introduction to Integration, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, the Indefinite Integral integration by substitution. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Must have satisfied ELM and have achieved the minimum placement score on the appropriate MDT or B or better in MAT 105 and MAT 106 or equivalent or C or better in MAT 112 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 115: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (4) FWSpSu Applications of the Definite Integral, Calculus of Inverse Functions including trig functions, log and exponential functions, and hyperbolic functions. Integration techniques including substitution, parts, products of trig functions, partial fractions, trig substitution, quadratic forms, improper integrals. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 114 or consent of the instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 116: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III (4) FWSpSu Sequences and Series, Polar Coordinates, Parametric equations and Conic Sections. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 115 or consent of the instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 120: Calculus for the Life Sciences (4) FWSpSu Study of the calculus of algebraic, exponential and logarithmic functions. Graphing, limits, derivatives, differentials and integrals of single variable functions listed above. Brief introduction to partial derivatives and double integrals or multivariable functions. Special emphasis is given to applications in life sciences. 4 lecture-problems. Prerequisites: Passing score on ELM. Passing score on appropriate MDPT or C or better in MAT 105. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 125: Introductory Calculus for Business (4) FWSpSu Graphing, differentiation, integration of rational and exponential functions, with special emphasis on applications to business. Not open to any student whose major requires the MAT 114 sequence. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Must have satisfied ELM and have achieved the minimum placement score on the appropriate Math Diagnostic Test or C or better in MAT 012 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 130: Technical Calculus I (4) FWSpSu Differential calculus of rational functions and applications of the derivative. Integral calculus and applications of the integral. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Must have satisfied ELM and have achieved the minimum placement score on the appropriate MDT or B or better in MAT 105 and MAT 106 or equivalent or C or better in MAT 112 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 131: Technical Calculus II (4) FWSpSu Analytic geometry. Derivatives and integrals of trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential functions and applications. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 106 and MAT 130 or consent of instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 132: Technical Calculus III (4) FWSpSu Techniques of multidimensional calculus, infinite series, introduction to ordinary differential equations, and Laplace transforms. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 131 or consent of instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 137: Survey of Geometry (4) Logical systems; Euclidean Geometry, Coordinate Geometry; Geometry in Space, lines, planes, volumes and surface areas; Applications. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: Must have satisfied ELM and have achieved the minimum placement score on the appropriate MDT or C or better in MAT 012 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 191: Survey of Mathematics (4) FWSpSu Emphasis on modern applications of selected topics from sets, logic, probability, statistics and mathematical modeling. 4 lecture -problems. Prerequisites: Passing score on ELM, or current passing score on appropriate MDT or C or better in MAT 012 within two quarters. (Expanded Course Outline)

### 200 Level Courses

 MAT 200: Special Problems for Lower Division Students (1-2) Individual or group investigation, research, studies or surveys of selected problems. Total credit limited to 4 units, with a maximum of 2 units per quarter.(Expanded Course Outline) MAT 201: Introduction to Numerical Methods (4) FSp Numerical methods of topics from algebra and calculus. Topics will include function evaluation and graphing, limits, summation, solving nonlinear equations, systems of equations, numerical integration and differentiation, and an introduction to numerical error. 4 lecture/ problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 116 and CS 120 or CS 125 or consent of instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 208: Introduction to Linear Algebra (4) FWSpSu Introduction to linear transformations of the plane, vector space of n-tuples, matrix algebra, determinants, systems of linear equations. 4 lecture/ problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 214, or consent of instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 214: Calculus of Several Variables I (3) FWSpSu Introduction to vectors, dot products, cross products, equations of lines and planes. Calculus of Vector Valued Functions including unit tangents,unit normals, and curvature. Introduction to multivariable functions, the Differential Calculus of Multivariable Functions, the chain rule, applications including extreme problems and Lagrange multipliers. 3 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 116 or consent of instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 215: Calculus of Several Variables II (3) FWSpSu Integral Calculus of Multivariable functions, double and triple Integrals, applications of double and triple integrals, line and surface integrals, Green’s Theorem, Divergence Theorem, Stokes Theorem. 3 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 214 or consent of instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 216: Differential Equations (4) FWSpSu The theory of ordinary differential equations with emphasis on the linear case. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 116, or consent of instructor. (Expanded Course Outline) MAT 299/299A/299L: Special Topics for Lower Division Students (1-4) Group study of a selected topic, the title to be specified in advance. Total credit limited to 8 units, with a maximum of 4 units per quarter. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Lecture/Activity/Lab or a combination. (Expanded Course Outline)

### 300 Level Courses

 MAT 306: History of Mathematics (4) F Development of mathematics over four millennia. Recommended for students preparing to teach mathematics. 4 lectures. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 215, or consent of instructor. MAT 310: Basic Set Theory and Logic (4) FSp Basic set theory and logic, relations, functions, mathematical induction, countable and uncountable sets. Emphasis on how to present and understand mathematical proof. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 116, or consent of instructor. MAT 314, 315: Intermediate Analysis (4) (4) FW / WSp Metric spaces and continuity. Analysis of functions of a single variable. Sequences, limits, continuity, differentiation, integration, introduction to function spaces. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite for MAT 314: C or better in MAT 215 and MAT 310 or consent of instructor. Prerequisite for MAT 315: C or better in MAT 314, or consent of instructor. MAT 317: Laplace Transforms and Fourier Series (3) WSu Introduction to Fourier Series and Integrals with applications. Elementary theory of Laplace transformation with applications including the solution of differential equations. 3 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 216, or consent of instructor. MAT 318: Mathematical Analysis of Engineering Problems (3) FSp Introduction to the algebra and calculus of vectors including the divergence and Stokes’ theorem. Introduction to analytic functions of a complex variable. Not open to mathematics majors for math elective credit. 3 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 215, or consent of instructor. MAT 321: Introduction to Topology (4) F (odd years) Topology of the line and plane, topological spaces, continuity and topological equivalence, and topics selected from the following: bases and subbases, metric and normed spaces, countability axioms, separation axioms, compactness, connectedness, product spaces, completeness, and function spaces. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 310, or consent of instructor. MAT 325: Introduction to the Theory of Numbers (4) W Fundamentals of the system of integers, divisibility, congruences, theorems of Fermat and Wilson, power residues and indices, quadratic reciprocity, factorization techniques, diophantine equations, theorems of Euler, Gauss and Lagrange. Elementary results concerning the distribution of primes. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. MAT 330: Modern Euclidean Geometry (4) W Euclidean geometry using modern techniques of transformations, inversions. Extension of elementary geometry to elegant results on triangles, circles, polygons, famous theorems of geometry, unsolved problems. Introduction to deductive reasoning and techniques of proof. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. MAT 370: Graph Theory (4) Sp The study of graphs, trees, Eulerian, Hamiltonian, planar graphs, connectivity, coloring, independence and covering numbers, directed graphs, theorems of Menger, Ramsey with applications. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. MAT 380: Mathematics of Operations Research (4) F Introduction to mathematics of linear programming (LP): algebra and geometry of simplex method, solution of LP problems by Gauss-Jordan elimination method. Duality theory and sensitivity analysis. Development of revised and dual simplex algorithms. Introduction to parametric and separable convex programming. Applications of LP: computational considerations, case studies. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 208, and 215, or consent of instructor. MAT 381: Mathematics of Operations Research (4) W Solution of transportation, transshipment and assignment problems. Formulation and solution of network problems: maximal flow, minimal spanning tree, shortest route problems; PERT-CPM techniques. Introduction to dynamic and integer programming. Elements of game theory, solution of games by linear programming. Introduction to non- linear programming: Kuhn-Tucker conditions, quadratic and convex programming; SUMP solution procedure. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 380, or consent of instructor. MAT 391: Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Viewpoint (4) FWSpSu Development of the real number system through the reals; development of numeration systems; elementary concepts of algebra; introduction to number theory; elementary group and field theory. Development of problem solving strategies and application of technology to these topics. 4 lecture-problem. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 191. Not open to mathematics majors for math elective credit. MAT 392: Elementary Geometry from an Advanced Viewpoint (4) FWSpSu Introduction to Metric and non-Metric geometry; development of inductive and deductive geometric proofs; congruence and similarity; and basic concepts of topology. 4 lecture- problems. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 391.

### 400 Level Courses

 MAT 400: Special Problems for Upper Division Students (1-2) Individual or group investigation, research, studies or surveys of selected problems. Total credit limited to 4 units, with a maximum of 2 units per quarter. MAT 401: Numerical Analysis (4) F (odd years) Theoretical error and machine error associated with algorithms. Solutions of non-linear equations, systems of linear equations and systems of non-linear equations. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 201, MAT 208, MAT 215 and CS 120 or CS 125 or consent of instructor. MAT 402: Numerical Methods in Differential Equations (4) W (even years) Polynomial interpolation, cubic splines, numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solutions of differential equations including Runga-Kutta methods and predictor-corrector methods for solving initial value problems and the shooting method for solving boundary value problems. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 216 and MAT 401 or CS 301 or consent of instructor. MAT 413: Advanced Calculus (4) Differential and integral calculus of functions and transformations in several real variables. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 315, or consent of instructor. MAT 415: Foundations of Geometry (4) Sp (even years) Axiomatic development of selected topics from euclidean and neutral geometries; introduction to non-euclidean geometry with emphasis on the hyperbolic case. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 208 and 215, or consent of instructor. MAT 416: Projective Geometry (4) Sp (odd years) Synthetic and analytic treatment of selected topics from projective geometry; classical theorems, conics, polarities; quadratic and bilinear forms. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 208 and 215, or consent of instructor. MAT 417, 418: Modern Algebra I (4) II (4) FW / WSp Introduction to algebraic structures; groups, rings, integral domains, fields; mappings with emphasis on morphisms. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite for MAT 417: C or better in MAT 310 or consent of instructor. Prerequisite for MAT 418: C or better in MAT 417 or consent of instructor. MAT 419: Abstract Linear Algebra (4) Sp (even years) Vector spaces and dimension, linear transformations, dual spaces, adjoints of transformations, multilinear forms, eigen vectors, the Cayley-Hamilton theorem, inner product spaces, orthogonality, similarity transformations, the spectral theorem, jordan form. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 208, or consent of instructor. MAT 420: Differential Geometry (4) The Frenet formulas, covariant derivatives, frame fields, the structure equations, differential forms on a surface, normal curvature, Gaussian curvatures; intrinsic geometry of surfaces in E3, the Gauss and Bonnet theorem. 4 lectures/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 314 and MAT 216, or consent of instructor. MAT 428, 429: Functions of a Complex Variable I (4) II (4) Algebra and geometry of complex numbers; analyticity, mappings of elementary functions; Cauchy integral formula, Taylor and Laurent series, the residue theorem; conformal mapping with applications. 4 lectures/problems. Prerequisites for MAT 428: C or better in MAT 314 or consent of instructor. Prerequisite for MAT 429: C or better in MAT 428 or consent of instructor. MAT 431, 432: Differential Equations (4) (4) WSp Partial differential equations with applications to wave actions, heat transfer and fluid flow. Ordinary differential equations; linear with variable coefficients, linear systems; stability and qualitative behavior of solutions. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 216 and 208 or consent of instructor. MAT 444: Vector and Tensor Analysis (4) An integrated course in the algebra and calculus of vectors and tensors; topics in differential geometry; applications to mechanics of deformable media, hydrodynamics, general relativity. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 208 and 216. PHY 321 is recommended, or consent of instructor. MAT 450: Foundations of Mathematics (4) F (even years) Introduction to axiom systems including consistency, independence, satisfiability, and completeness; transfinite arithmetic; the continuum hypothesis; well ordering and its equivalents. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 310 or consent of the instructor. MAT 461, 462: Senior Project (2) (2) Selection and completion of a project under faculty supervision. Projects typical of problems which graduates must solve in their fields of employment. Project results are presented in a formal report. Minimum of 120 hours total time. MAT 463: Undergraduate Seminar (2) Discussions through seminar methods of new developments in the fields of student’s particular interests. 2 lecture/discussions. Prerequisite: Senior standing in mathematics. MAT 470: Combinatorics (4) F Study of enumeration techniques, permutations, combinations, principle of inclusion and exclusion, finite fields, combinatorial designs, error-correcting codes. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in Mat 208 or consent of instructor. MAT 480: Mathematical Programming (4) Sp (odd years) Treatment of linear inequalities, duality, general algorithms, application of linear programming. Introduction to discrete and nonlinear programming. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 208 and CS 125, or 120, or consent of instructor. MAT 485, 486: Mathematical Modeling and Simulation I (4) II (4) WSp Introduction to the general principles of modeling. Models will be selected from the areas such as physics, biology, political science, chemistry, engineering, and business. Analytical, numerical, and simulation methods will be used to solve the models. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: C or better in the following courses: CS 120 or CS 125, MAT 201, MAT 208, MAT 216, and STA 330 or consent of instructor. MAT 491: Elementary Geometry from an Advanced Viewpoint II (4) FWSpSu Introduction to congruence and similarity through constructions and deductive proofs; motion geometry involving translations, rotations, and flips; tesselations; topology; coordinate geometry programming in LOGO. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 392. Not open to math majors for upper division mathematics elective credit. MAT 492: Technological Applications in Mathematics (4) WSu Use of computers, microcomputers, calculators and other technologies in doing mathematics. Evaluation and utilization of instructional software in mathematics; use of application software including databases and spreadsheets; social issues related to microcomputer use. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 491 or consent of instructor. Not open to math majors for upper division mathematics elective credit. MAT 493: Algebraic Structures and Computing for Elementary and Middle School Teachers (4) FSp Development of algebraic structures from groups to fields. Study of modular arithmetic, relationships and functions. Use of the computer, including programming in BASIC, to investigate algebraic relationships and algorithms. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 491 or permission of the instructor. Not open to math majors for upper division mathematics elective credit. MAT 495/495A, 496/496A, 497/497A: Topics in Contemporary Secondary Mathematics I, II, III (3/1) (3/1) (3/1) FWSp Examination of the high school mathematics curriculum from an advanced viewpoint. Analysis of current issues and trends in secondary school mathematics. Use of technology in learning mathematics. Assessment of students’ competency in mathematics. Field experiences in educational and non-educational settings. The first two quarters of the sequence are graded on a CR/NC basis and do not count as upper division math elective credit. 3 hours lecture, one two-hour activity. Prerequisites: Completion of 28 units of 300 and 400-level mathematics courses including MAT 417, 325, 306 and a course in Geometry selected from MAT 330, 415, or 416 or the equivalent of these three courses. MAT 499/499A/499L: Special Topics for Upper Division Students (1-4) Group study of a selected topic, the title to be specified in advance. Total credit limited to 8 units with a maximum of 4 units per quarter. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Lecture/Activity/Lab.

### Statistics Courses

 STA 120: Statistics with Applications (4) FWSpSu Collection and summarization of data; measures of central tendency and dispersion; probability; binomial and normal distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. Not open to mathematics or engineering majors. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: Minimum placement score on ELM appropriate MDT or C or better in MAT 012 within two quarters. STA 200: Special Problems for Lower Division Students (1-2) Individual or group investigation, research, studies or surveys of selected problems. Total credit limited to 4 units, with a maximum of 2 units per quarter. STA 210: Statistical Computing (4) Use of computer packages, inferences about means of two populations, dependent and independent samples, small and large samples, inferences about proportions and variances, correlation and regression. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 120 or consent of instructor. STA 220: Discrete Probability Models (4) Set-theoretic approach to probability in finite sample spaces. Conditional probability, independence, binomial, hypergeometric and related distributions. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 105, or consent of instructor. STA 241  (formerly STA 330): Applied Probability Theory (4) FWSu Rules of Probability, random variables, expected values of random variables, distribution of functions of a random variable.  Discrete and continuous probability distributions with applications.  Sampling methods. Descriptive statistics,  central limit theorem and estimation. 4 lecture/problem-solving. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 116 ot MAT 131 or consent of instructor. Not open to students with credit in STA 315 or ECE 315. STA 299/299A/299L: Special Topics for Lower Division Students (1-4) Group study of a selected topic, the title to be specified in advance. Total credit limited to 8 units with a maximum of 4 units per quarter. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Lecture/Activity/Lab. STA 309: Statistical Methods in Engineering and the Physical Sciences (3) FWSp The uses of statistics in testing, inspection and production, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, binomial and normal distributions, sampling theory, hypothesis testing and estimation, comparison of two populations. Not open to students required to take STA 315 or ECE 315. Not open to math majors for upper division math elective credit. 3 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 214 or MAT 131 or consent of instructor. STA 310: Sampling Survey Methods (4) Sp (odd years) Simple random sampling, stratified, cluster, systematic, multistage, multiphase and probability sampling methods, source of errors, sample size estimation. Not open to math majors for upper division math elective credit. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 120 or equivalent or consent of instructor. STA 315: Probability and Statistics for Engineers (4)  Statistical and probabilistic concepts for the analysis of electrical and electronic systems associated with random phenomena.  Application to communication, control, instrumentation and logic systems. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 215 or consent of instructor. Not open to students with credits in ECE 315, STA 309 or students required to take STA 241. STA 326: Statistical Methods for Computer Scientists (4) FWSpSu Rules of Probability. Discrete and continuous distributions including the multinomial distribution. Sampling distributions. Point and interval estimation. Hypothesis testing. Large and small sample inferences for means, proportions, and variances. Introduction to queueing theory and regression. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 214 or consent of instructor. Not open to students required to take STA 241. STA 341 (formerly STA 331): Applied Statistics (4) FWSp Joint distributions, central limit theorem. Maximum likelihood estimation. Point and interval estimation and hypothesis testing. Small and large sample inferences. Contingency table analysis and Chi- square tests. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 241 and MAT 215 or consent of instructor. STA 400: Special Problems for Upper Division Students (1-2) Individual or group investigation, research, studies or surveys of selected problems. Total credit limited to 4 units, with a maximum of 2 units per quarter. STA 420: Nonparametric Statistics (4) (odd years) Common nonparametric tests such as permutation tests, sign tests, Wilcoxon test, chi- square test, and rank correlation tests. Null distributions and their approximations. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 210 or STA 326 or STA 341 or consent of instructor. STA 425: Applied Survival Analysis (4)  (even years) Survival models. Types of censoring. Life-tables. Estimation of survival functions from complete and incomplete mortality data. Actuarial and maximum likelihood methods.  Kaplan-Meier estimator, Mantel-Haenszel and Log-rank tests. Probit and Logit models.  Use of computer package such as SAS or MINITAB or S-plus. 4 lecture/problem-solving. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 341 or STA 326 or consent of instructor. STA 430: Introduction to Random Processes (4) (even years) General types of stochastic processes. Random walks, Poisson processes, counting processes, Markov chains, and topics from other areas such as Markov jump processes, Birth-death processes, Gaussian processes. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 326 or STA 241 or consent of instructor. STA 432: Applied Regression Analysis (4) (odd years) Matrix approach to regression models, least square estimation, correlation, multiple regression, transformation of variables, analysis of residuals, multicollinearity and auto- correlation. Use of computer packages for applied problems. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisites: C or better in STA 326 or STA 341 and MAT 208 or consent of instructor. STA 435: Analysis of Variance and Design of Experiments (4) (even years) ANOVA techniques, computer solutions, randomized groups and blocks designs, interactions, analysis of covariance. Latin square, split-plot, simple and confounded factorial designs; treatment of missing data, incomplete block designs. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 326 or STA 341 or consent of instructor. STA 440: Mathematical Statistics I (4) (odd years) Discrete and continuous probability distributions; moments, moment generating functions, special distributions, distributions of functions of random variables. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 215, or consent of instructor. STA 441: Mathematical Statistics II (4) (odd years) Asymptotic distributions; central limit theorem; point and interval estimation; completeness and sufficient statistics; Neyman-Pearson theory of testing hypotheses. 4 lecture/problems. Prerequisite: C or better in STA 440, or consent of instructor. STA 499/499A/499L: Special Topics for Upper Division Students (1-4) Group study of a selected topic, the title to be specified in advance. Total credit limited to 8 units with a maximum of 4 units per quarter. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Lecture/Activity/Lab.