Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Applied Statistics

Study guides

Title of qualification awarded

Degree in Applied Statistics

Timetables

TIMETABLE

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 54 6    
2nd year 6 54    
3rd year   60    
4th year     48 12
Totals 60 120 48 12

Period of study

Annual registration. Courses scheduled by semester.

Part-time or full-time

Possibility of taking the slow track option (part-time studies): 30 credits in the first year and from 24 to 42 in the remaining years.

Specialisations

- Specialisation in Bioinformatics (University of Vic)
- Specialisation in Statistics Applied to Health Sciences (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
- Specialisation in Financial Economy (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
- Specialisation in Demography (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) (This specialisation has been deprogrammed during the 2018/19 academic year)
- Specialisation in Industry and Technology (University of Vic)

Basic and compulsory training

1st year (UAB) 2nd year (UAB)
- Calculus
- Descriptive Statistics (1) (4)
- Algebraic Methods for Statistics
- Introduction to Programming (2)
- Computer Tools for Statistics (1) (6)
- Probability Calculation 
- Structure of Data and Algorithms (2)
- Linear Programming
- Mathematical Modelling
- Bioscience and Science Subjects (yearly) (1) (3) (4) (5) (6)
- Multidimensional Distributions
- Optimisation and Stochastic Processes
- Databases (2) (3)
- Statistical Inference I
- Official Statistics and Survey Design
- Linear Models
- Experiment Design
- Statistical Sampling
- Statistical Inference II
- Analysis of Survival and Reliability
3rd year (UAB) 4th year (UAB)
- Analysis of Categorical Data
- Multivariant Analysis
- Temporal Series and Prediction
- Applications of Statistics to Biocomputing
- Applications of Statistics to Health Sciences
- Data mining
- Advanced Modelling
- Simulation, Resampling and Applications
- Introduction to Econometrics
- Quality Control and Industrial Statistics
 
- Bachelor's Degree Final Project
(1) These subjects can be officially recognised for students from the following CFGS (Advanced professional training): Administration and Finances (LOGSE), Healthcare Documentation, Business Management and Marketing, Chemical Processing Industries and Customer Service.
(2) These subjects can be officially recognised for students from the following CFGS (Advanced professional training): Administration of Computer Systems, Administration of Online Computer Systems Network, Development of Web Applications and Development of Computer Applications.
(3) These subjects can be officially recognised for students from the following CFGS (Advanced professional training): International Trade (LOGSE) and Secretariat.
(4) These subjects can be officially recognised for students from the following CFGS (Advanced professional training): Environmental Chemistry and Environmental Health.
(5) These subjects can be officially recognised for students from the following CFGS (Advanced professional training): International Trade (LOE), Laboratory of Quality Analysis and Control, and Industrial Chemistry
(6) These subjects can be officially recognised in the case of students coming from the CFGS in Administration and Finances (LOE).
 

Optional subjects

4th year
To obtain a specialisation students must take the 18 ECTS for the compulsory subjects of the specialisation and at least 12 ECTS for the optional subjects of the specialisation
Specialisation in Bioinformatics (UVic) Specialisation in Statistics Applied to Health Sciences (UAB) Specialisation in Financial Economy (UAB)

Compulsory subjects for the specialisation:
-Bioinformatics I
- Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology
- Bioinformatics II

Optional subjects for the specialisation:
- Advanced Bioinformatics
- Biological and Medical Databases
- Trends in Biomedical Biotechnology
- Scientific Communication (*)
- Data Prospecting and Visualisation
- Statistical Consultancy (UAB)

Compulsory subjects for the specialisation:
Clinical Trial Design and Applied Statistical Methodology
- Transversal Data: Advanced Topics in Health Sciences
-Longitudinal Data: Advanced Topics in Health Sciences

Optional subjects for the specialisation:
- Statistical Consultancy
-Public Health (*)
-Genetic Improvement (*)
-Statistical and Psychometric Models (*)
-Psychometrics(*)
-Demographic Analysis (*)
- Bioinformatics I (UVic)
- Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology (UVic)
- Biological and Medical Databases (UVic)

Compulsory subjects for the specialisation:
-Econometric Models
-Introduction to Financial Engineering
- Risk Management

Optional subjects for the specialisation:
- Statistical Consultancy
-Evaluation of Preferences and Decision Making (*)
-Financial Management
-Financial Directing (*)

Specialisation in Demography (UAB) (1) Specialisation in Industry and Technology (UVic) (1)  

Compulsory subjects for the specialisation:
-Demographic Analysis
-Local and Regional Demography
-Population of Catalonia and Spain

Optional subjects for the specialisation:
- Statistical Consultancy
-Regional Population of the World
-Migration and Society
-Geographical Information Systems

Compulsory subjects for the specialisation:
-Discrete Control
-System Modelling and Simulation
-Digital Processing of Signals

Optional subjects for the specialisation:
-Advanced Computer Science
-Numerical Simulation
-Programming Numerical Controls
- Business Strategies and Marketing
- Foundations of Business Management
-Scientific Communication
- Data Prospecting and Visualisation
- Statistical Consultancy (UAB)

 

Training
 
Students opting for a less specialised training can take the 48 optional credits without following a specialisation track, but at least 30 credits must be taken from the following subjects:

-Bioinformatics I (6 credits)
-Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology (6 credits)
-Bioinformatics II (6 credits)
-Clinical Trial Design and Applied Statistical Methodology (6 credits)
- Transversal Data: Advanced Topics in Health Sciences (6 credits)
-Longitudinal Data: Advanced Topics in Health Sciences (6 credits)
-Econometric Models (6 credits)
-Introduction to Financial Engineering (6 credits)
-Risk Management (6 credits)
-Demographic Analysis (6 credits) (*)
-Local and Regional Demography (6 credits) (*)
-Population of Catalonia and Spain (*) (6 credits) (*)
-Discrete Control (6 credits) (*)
-System Modeling and Simulation (6 credits) (*)
-Digital Processing of Signals (6 credits) (*)
-External Work Placement in Assistant Mode (6 credits)
-External Work Placement in Analyst Mode (12 credits)
-External Work Placement in Consultant Mode (18 credits)
-Statistical Consultancy (6 credits)

Students opting to take the subject External Work Placement may choose only one of the three subjects.


(academic year, no programme specialisation.
(*) Please check that these subjects are available before enrolling by sending an e-mail to ga.ciencies@uab.cat.