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Courses: General Information and Current Quarter Schedule

Waiver Policy for Non-Biostat Majors and Guide to Introductory Courses (511 and 517)


Previous Quarter Schedules Future Quarter Schedules
Autumn 2014 Biostatistics Course Weekly Schedule
Course Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
BIOST 310
Biost for Health Sci

Hughes
11:30-12:20
T435
  11:30-12:20
D209
  11:30-12:20
D209
BIOST 310
Discussion Section
    AA: 3:30-4:20
T639

AB:
10:30-11:20
T639

AC:

1:30-2:20

T478
AD:
9:30-10:20
T531
BIOST 511
Med Biometry I

Inoue
9:30-10:20
T625
  9:30-10:20
T625
  9:30-10:20
T625
BIOST 511
Discussion Section
AE: 12:30-1:20
T639
  AB: 8:30-9:20
T439

AD:
12:30-1:20
T733

AC:
9:30-10:20
T747
AA:
11:30-12:20
T639
BIOST 514
Biostat I

Kerr
9:30-10:20
D209
  9:30-10:20
D209
  9:30-10:20
D209
BIOST 514
Discussion Section
        AA:
8:30-9:20
T359
BIOST 517
Applied Biost I

Kerr
9:30-10:20
D209
  9:30-10:20
D209
  9:30-10:20
D209
BIOST 517
Discussion Section
AA:
8:30-9:20
RR134
AC:
8:30-9:20
T635
AB:
11:30-12:20
T435
8:30-9:20

T635
 
BIOST 516
Stat Meth Genet Epi

Rice
1:30-2:50
T360
  1:30-2:50
T360
   
BIOST 536
Categor Data Epi

Emerson

  1:30-3:20
T639
  1:30-3:20
T639
 
BIOST 536
Discussion Section
  AA:
12:30-1:20
T739
     
BIOST 551
Stat Gen II

Thornton
  9:00-10:20
T474
  9:00-10:20
T474
 
BIOST 561
Computing Tools

Simon
      2:00-2:50
T531
 
BIOST 570
Adv Regr Meth

McKnight
8:30-9:20
T473
  8:30-9:20
T473
  8:30-9:20
T473
BIOST 578A
Stat Meth Infect Dis

Wakefield
  9:00-10:20
T478
  9:00-10:20
T478
 
BIOST 580 A
Department Seminar
      3:30-5:00
T639
 
BIOST 581
StatGen Seminar
  4:00-5:00
F643
     
BIOST 582
Student Seminar
    3:30-5 :00
F643
   

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