Master's Courses

 

3 Areas of Concentration: Social and Psychological, Survey Statistics, and Data Science (tentative schedule)

 

 

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Full-time Students admitted in Fall 2014 to Fall 2016

NOTE: JPSM intends to offer these classes as scheduled; however, depending on enrollments or unforeseen circumstances, these schedules may need to be altered. Each semester JPSM publishes the schedule of classes for the next semester and sends these to all students and others on the JPSM mailing list. Courses for the JPSM MS degree program may not be taken online.

The 21 month course schedule (and course credit hours) for a full time student in each of the areas of concentration are listed below.

TermStatistical ScienceSocial Science

Fall, Year 1

410:  Intro Probability (3)

615:  Stat Methods I (3)

623:  Data Collection (3)

672:  Introduction to the Federal Statistical System (1)

10 credits

615:  Stat Methods I (3)

623:  Data Collection (3)

632:  Social and Cognitive Founds. (3)

672:  Introduction to the Federal Statistical System (1)

10 credits

Spring, Year 1

420:  Intro to Stat (3)

440:  Sampling Theory(3)

616:  Stat Methods II (3)

640:  Surv Practicum I (2)

11 credits

616:  Stat Methods II (3)

625:  Applied Sampling (3)

630:  Questionnaire Design (3)

640:  Surv Practicum I (2) 

11 credits

Summer, Year 1InternshipInternship
Fall, Year 2

641:  Survey Practicum II (Data Analysis) (2)

720:  Total Survey Quality I (2)

745:  Practical Tools for Sampling and Weighting (3)

746:  Applications of Statistical Modeling (3)

Elective (3)

13 credits

641:  Survey Practicum II (Data Analysis) (2)

701:  Analysis of Complex Data (3)

720:  Total Survey Quality I (2)

722:  Random and Nonrandomized Research Design (3)

746:  Applications of Statistical Modeling (3)

13 credits

Spring, Year 2

721:  Total Survey Quality II (2)

742:  Inference (3)

744:  Statistical Topics in Survey Methodology (3)

772:  Design Seminar (3)

11 credits

721:  Total Survey Quality II (2)

772:  Design Seminar (3)

Elective (3)

Elective (3)

11 credits

Total Credits4545

 

 

 

 

Part-time Students admitted in Fall 2014 to Fall 2016

NOTE: JPSM intends to offer these classes as scheduled; however, depending on enrollments or unforeseen circumstances, these schedules may need to be altered. Each semester JPSM publishes the schedule of classes for the next semester and sends these to all students and others on the JPSM mailing list. Courses for the JPSM MS degree program may not be taken online.

The schedule below illustrates a 33 month completion of the program.

TermStatistical ScienceSocial Science

Fall, Year 1

410:  Intro Probability (3)

615:  Stat Methods I (3)

672:  Introduction to the Federal Statistical System (1)

7 credits

615:  Stat Methods I (3)

632:  Social and Cognitive Founds. (3)

672:  Introduction to the Federal Statistical System (1)

7 credits

Spring, Year 1

420:  Intro to Stat  (3)

616:  Stat Methods II (3)

640:  Practicum I (Data Collection) (2)

8 credits

616:  Stat Methods II (3)

630:  Questionnaire Design (3)

640:  Practicum I (Data Collection) (2)

8 credits

Summer, Year 1

Elective (3)

3 credits

625:  Applied Sampling (3)

3 credits

Fall, Year 2

440:  Sampling Theory (3)

623:  Data Collection (3)

641:  Practicum II (Data Analysis) (2)

8 credits

623:  Data Collection (3)

722:  Random and Nonrandomized Research Design (3)

641:  Practicum II (Data Analysis) (2)

8 credits

Spring, Year 2

744:  Statistical Topics in Survey Methodology (3)

772:  Design Seminar (3)

6 credits

Elective (3)

Elective (3)

6 credits

Summer, Year 2InternshipInternship

Fall, Year 3

720:  Total Survey Quality I (2)

745:  Practical Tools for Sampling and Weighting (3)

746:  Applications of Statistical Modeling (3)

8 credits

701:  Analysis of Complex Data (3)

720:  Total Survey Quality I (2)

746:  Applications of Statistical Modeling (3)

8 credits

Spring, Year 3

721:  Total Survey Quality II (2)

742:  Inference (3)

5 credits

721:  Total Survey Quality II (2)

772:  Design Seminar (3)

5 credits

Total Credits4545


 

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