Regulations for the Graduate Diploma in Statistics (GradDipStats)
||Candidates for the Graduate
Diploma in Statistics must have qualified for the award of a bachelors
degree of the University of Waikato or for a qualification considered by
the Academic Board to be equivalent.
||In exceptional circumstances, candidates who do not
meet the requirements of section 1 of these regulations may be accepted
into the GradDipStats programme provided that they complete any
coursework, or pass any papers, under terms and to standards determined
by the Academic Board.
||With the special approval of the Academic Board, candidates
in their final year of study for a bachelors degree of the University,
who have no more than 40 points left to complete the requirements
for a qualification as specified in section 1 above, may be permitted
by the Academic Board to enrol concurrently in the GradDipStats.
||Candidates must enrol and follow an approved programme
of study in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences for
at least one year.
||Candidates must gain at least 120 points above Level
1, including at least 60 points above Level 2. At least 80 points
must be in Statistics. A maximum of 40 points may be selected from
another subject with the approval of the Academic Board.
||The prescriptions for the papers are set out in the
Calendar of the University of Waikato.
||The Academic Board or delegated authority may vary or
waive these regulations in individual cases.