Fall 2020 Registration Information

06/24/2020 Update: Per a massmail sent out by the Provost's Office on June 23rd to all students, registration for Fall courses will be frozen from July 11th and August 3rd to allow the necessary changes to course schedules. You may continue to register for courses prior to July 11th. Keep in mind that some sections may have adjustments to their schedule and/or schedule type. You will have the opportunity to adjust your registration to compensate in August when your new time ticket is active. Please keep an eye out for communications from the Registrar, your college office, and/or your academic advisors.

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In order to meet the needs of an ever increasing number of statistics undergraduate and graduate students, our courses are typically limited to Statistics majors and Statistics graduate programs. Our restrictions are listed below. These are subject to change without notice, though we will try to keep it updated. Restrictions for a particular course or section can also be found in the Course Explorer, and also within the course's info within Enhanced Registration.

The removal of restrictions does not guarantee available space in a course. If there are no available seats, try to find another section. Also, the removal of restrictions is a manual process that must be done section-by-section. Therefore it is impossible to state at exactly what time restrictions will be changed/removed on the given dates. Our Course Scheduler will typically try to get them done before 12pm on the given day, but it may take longer, depending on other factors.

Courses that are controlled by our department and cross-listed with other departments (such as STAT 420 / ASRM 450) will only note the STAT-side restrictions below. Seats in the non-STAT sections are typically restricted per an agreement with that department, for their own students. For example, while STAT 420 may be restricted to Stat majors, ASRM 450's seats may be available to ASRM students. Students in non-Stat majors should consult with their advisors if they have difficulty getting a seat in such a course.

Some courses that use the STAT rubric are not controlled by our department. STAT 361 and STAT 555 are examples. See the Course Explorer listings for those courses for more info on the controlling department.

Undergraduate Restrictions

Courses Major-Based & other Restrictions Class-based Restrictions & Change Dates Major-based Restrictions plan to be released...
STAT 100, 200 ONL, STAT 212 None, with a small number of seats reserved for first-time freshmen and/or non-degree students. - Unused reserved seats opened during the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
STAT 107 Open to Stat, Stat&CS, and Information Sciences majors. - During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
STAT 200 S1 & S2 Open to Stat and Stat&CS majors. First-time Freshmen. -
STAT 385 Open to Stat, Stat&CS, and Econometrics majors. Seniors only (04/20 - 04/29).
Juniors only (04/29 - 05/04).
All classes (05/04).
During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
STAT 400, 409, 410 & 420 Open to Stat, Stat&CS, and several other majors. - On or near May 11th, 2020.
STAT 428 Open to Stat&CS majors.
Open to Stat majors (04/27).
Seniors only (04/20 - 04/27).
All classes (04/27).
During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
STAT 429 1UG - Open to Stat and Stat&CS majors.
2UG - Undergrads not permitted.
1UG - Seniors only (04/20 - 04/27).
All classes (04/27).
2UG - Undergrads not permitted.
1UG - During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
2UG - N/A - Undergrads not permitted.
All other electives Open to Stat and Stat&CS majors. Seniors only (04/20 - 04/27).
All classes (04/27).
During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.

Graduate Restrictions (only apply to courses with grad-specific GR sections or 500-level courses)
Notes: "Stat MS" refers to both our general MS and those in the Analytics concentration. "Stat Grads" refers to all graduate students in our MS, MS-Analytics, or PhD programs. Students in our Applied MS program will only be considered a "Stat Grad" by the system during the initial term on enrollment in our program.

For 400-level courses that also have undergraduate sections, be mindful that we may reassign unused graduate seats to undergraduate sections. Graduate students should choose their courses and register as soon as possible to avoid losing seats they assumed would be plentiful.

Courses Program-Based & other Restrictions Program-based Restrictions plan to be released...
STAT 410 Open to Stat Grads. During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
STAT 420 Open to any graduate student. -
STAT 425 Open to Stat Grads. During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction. Possibly not at all, depending on graduate and undergraduate need.
STAT 426  Open to Stat MS.
Stat PhD not permitted.
During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction, department restriction only. Stat PhDs should take STAT 426 in Spring as a Qualifying Exam course.
STAT 429 1GR - Open to Stat MS, no PhDs.
2GR - Open to Stat Grads.
1GR - During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction, department restriction only.
2GR - During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
STAT 510, 527 Open to Stat Grads, with seats reserved for incoming PhD students. During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.
All other grad courses Open to Stat Grads. During the first week of Fall 2020 instruction.