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MATH5856 Introduction to Statistics and Statistical Computations
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Campus Sydney Career Postgraduate
This course is scheduled for offering in the following teaching periods for 2020.

Teaching Period Staff Contact Census Date Notes
  TERM ONE
 
  T1B
Dr J Deng 05-APR-2020 Students in certain approved programs can take this course without having the co-requisite MATH5846. Please contact the School of Maths and Statistics for enrolment.  
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Teaching Period One - B

Activity Period Class Section Status Enrols/Capacity Day/Start Time
Course Enrolment T1B 1359 CR01 Open 0/12
Lecture T1B 6728 LEC1 Open 8/20 Thu 17:00 - 20:00 (Weeks:1-5), Fri 17:00 - 20:00 (Weeks:1-2,4-5)
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TERM ONE CLASSES - Detail
Class Nbr 1359 Section CR01 Teaching Period T1B - Teaching Period One - B
Activity Course Enrolment Status Open Enrols/Capacity 0/12
Offering Period 23/03/2020 - 26/04/2020 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 05/04/2020
Instruction Mode In Person Consent Consent not required
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Class Nbr 6728 Section LEC1 Teaching Period T1B - Teaching Period One - B
Activity Lecture Status Open Enrols/Capacity 8/20
Offering Period 23/03/2020 - 26/04/2020 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 05/04/2020
Instruction Mode In Person Consent Consent not required
Meeting Information
Day Time Location Weeks Instructor
Thu 17:00 - 20:00 Electrical Engineering G23 (K-G17-G23) 1-5 Dr J Deng
Fri 17:00 - 20:00 Red Centre Theatre (K-H13-G001) 1-2,4-5 Dr J Deng
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