Graduate Degree Programs
Candidates must satisfy the general
requirements for admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies. For
details on admission, fees, and general information see
Calendar. Candidates will normally be expected to hold a degree
recognized by Dalhousie University at the equivalent of a Bachelor's
degree with Honours in one of its own faculties. GRE Aptitude and
Advanced Mathematics scores are recommended for all applicants for
graduate studies whose undergraduate work has been completed outside
of Canada, and TOEFL scores are required for applicants whose native
language is not English. Valid score reports must be received directly
from the Educational Testing Service. To ensure consideration for
scholarship funds, application should be made early.
Masters Degree Program:
At least three full-credit classes at
the graduate level must be taken, chosen in consultation with the
graduate advisor. Attendance is expected in the statistics seminar
and, in addition, participation in the activities of the Statistical
Consulting Service is required. A satisfactory thesis must be
completed, and an oral presentation of the work must be given in a
Ph.D. Degree Program:
A comprehensive examination must be
completed within one year of initial registration. Enrollment in at
least two full-credit graduate classes, participation in a research
seminar and, in addition, participation in the activities of the
Statistical Consulting Service are required. Preparation and defense
of a research thesis are required.
For Further Information Contact:
Statistics Graduate Co-ordinator
Halifax, N.S., Canada B3H 3J5
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Application forms are available at a
Dalhousie University Registrars Offices
Statistics Graduate calendar
The following courses are offered subject to
STAT 5066.03: Advanced Statistical Theory I.
STAT 5067.03: Advanced Statistical Theory II.
STAT 5070.03/4070.03: Multivariate Distributions.
STAT 5075.03: Multivariate Analysis.
STAT 5090.03/4090.03: Probability.
STAT 5100.03/4100.03: Survival Analysis.
STAT 5300.03: Topics in Statistics and Probability.
STAT 5350.03/4350.03: Applied Multivariate Analysis.
STAT 5360.03/4360.03: Robust Statistics.
STAT 5370.03/4370.03: Stochastic Process.
STAT 5390.03/4390.03: Time Series Analysis I.
STAT 5410.03/4410.03: Advanced Topics in Time Series Analysis.
STAT 5500.03: Topics in Advanced Statistics.
STAT 5620.03/4620.03: Data Analysis.
STAT 5990.03: Intermediate Statistics for Health Sciences.
STAT 7320.03 Statistics Seminar.