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BZAN 610 - Probability and Stochastic Processes

3 credit hours

Foundation in the theory and application of probability and random, time-dependent processes for analyzing system behavior, moment generating functions and Laplace transforms, the Poisson process and exponential distribution, Markov chains and Markov processes for modeling time-dependent behavior, queueing theory.

  • Two undergraduate courses in Calculus for mathematical sophistication, an undergraduate course in Statistics or consent of instructor.
  • Minimum student level – graduate.