Economics Masters/Pre-Sessional Mathematics and Statistics

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Pre-sessional Mathematics and Statistics Programme

We will be running a Pre-sessional Mathematics and Statistics programme from Monday 17 September 2018 to Friday 21 September 2018. The objective of this course is to give you the opportunity to either revise or update your knowledge of those quantitative skills essential for success in your chosen degree. The course will involve formal lectures and workshops.


Although you may have covered most of this material in your first degree, we would encourage you to make every effort to attend this introductory week. The attendance at this course will also allow you to settle in Durham, meet students and staff and be better prepared for the beginning of your formal tuition. There is no extra tuition fee for this course.


If you are on a pre-sessional English course as part of a condition on your offer then you MUST attend the English course.


Register

To sign up for this course please click here: booking form


Dates and Venue - update (4 September 2018)

Due to a problem with the venues please find below revised dates. The pre-sessional programme will run on the following dates:

Monday 17 September to Thursday 20 September - 9am to 12noon and 2pm to 5pm - Room 403 in Durham University Business SchoolMonday 24 September - 2pm to 5pm - Room 403 in Durham University Business SchoolTuesday 25 September - 9am-12noon - Room 403 in Durham University Business School






Accommodation

Accommodation can be booked for the duration of your pre-sessional course - you will need to cover any costs.

To enquire and book accommodation please click here: accommodation form

Syllabus

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I Introduction to Mathematics


1 Basic concepts
2 Functions
3 Differentiation
4 Integration
5 Matrix algebra
6 System of linear equations
7 Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors


II Introduction to Statistics

8 Basic concepts
9 Probability Theory
10 Discrete & Continuous Distributions
11 Sampling
12 Estimation
13 Hypothesis testing


III Appendix


A Introduction to R


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