BS Statistics

BS Statistics

Starts in: Fall Semester

Duration: 4 years

Session: Morning

Admission Requirement

  • Intermediate or equivalent level with at least 45% marks in Statistics or Mathematics.
  • 20 additional marks are given to those who secured at least 50% marks in both elective subjects, i.e., Statistics & Mathematics
  • Open merit

Semester-I

  • English I
  • Pakistan Studies
  • Introduction to Computer
  • Introduction to
  • Psychology I
  • Introduction to Sociology I
  • Introduction to Statistics

Semester-II

  • English-II
  • Islamic Studies/Ethics
  • Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
  • Introduction to Business Management
  • Diversity of Plants and Related Life
  • Introduction to Probability Distributions

Semester-III

  • English III
  • Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
  • Biology I
  • Introduction to Differential Equations
  • Basic Statistical Inference

Semester-IV

  • Introduction to Numerical Analysis
  • Introduction to Environmental Science
  • Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Official Statistics 210 PROSPECTUS 2013 – 14

Semester-V

  • Probability & Probability Distributions I
  • Sampling Technique I
  • Design & Analysis of Experiments I
  • Regression Analysis I
  • Statistical Packages

Semester-VI

  • Probability & Probability Distributions II
  • Sampling Technique II
  • Design & Analysis of Experiments II
  • Regression analysis II
  • Estimation

Semester-VII

  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Applied Multivariate Analysis
  • Research Methods
  • Time Series Analysis (Elective I)
  • Statistical Quality Control (Elective II)

Semester-VIII

For students having Thesis

  • Multivariate Data (Elective III)
  • Categorical Data Analysis (Elective IV)
  • Thesis

For students having Research Article

  • Multivariate Data Analysis
  • Non Parametric Methods (Elective III)
  • Categorical Data Analysis (Elective IV)
  • Elective V
  • Research Article

For non-thesis/ non-research article’s Students

  • Multivariate Data Analysis
  • Non Parametric Methods (Elective III)
  • Categorical Data Analysis (Elective IV)
  • Elective V
  • Elective VI