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Part III (MMath/MASt)

The courses in statistics form a coherent Masters-level course in statistics, covering theoretical statistics, applied statistics and applications. You may take all of them, or a subset of them. Core courses are Modern Statistical Methods and Topics in Statistical Theory in the Michaelmas Term, and Statistical Learning in Practice in the Lent Term.

Please read the introduction and pre-requisites for the Statistics subject area as well as the detailed course descriptions below.

Title Examinable Term Number of Lectures
Modern Statistical Methods Part III Examinable Michaelmas 24
Causal Inference Part III Examinable Michaelmas 16
Topics in Statistical Theory Part III Examinable Michaelmas 16
Statistics in Medical Practice (Statistics in Medicine) Part III Examinable Michaelmas 12
Bayesian Modelling and Computation Part III Examinable Lent 24
Functional Data Analysis Part III Examinable Lent 16
Bayesian Non-linear Statistical Inverse Problems Graduate Non-Examinable Lent 16
Analysis of Survival Data (Statistics in Medicine) Part III Examinable Lent 12
Statistical Learning in Practice Part III Examinable Lent 12 + 12