Department of Statistics

Learning in our Department

Students concentrating in Statistics acquire the conceptual, computational, and statistical tools for quantifying uncertainty and making sense of complex data arising from many applications.

History of Department of Statistics

Statistics was initially taught as a subject for the students of social science under Rangoon University in 1953. Later, the Department was established as one of the separate academic departments under Rangoon University in 1956 and the first professor of Statistics was Dr. Sundrum. When the Yangon Institute of Economics (YIE) was newly founded in 1964, the Department of Statistics became one of the major academic departments in the Institute and it offers an academic master’s degree program in Statistics. The Department of Statistics offered the Bachelor of Population Studies (BPS) in 2000, and Master of Population Studies (MPS) in 2004. The Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics (PhD), a program for statistics specialization was launched starting from the year 2000. The faculty persons who passed the entrance exam are allowed to attend the PhD class. Then, the postgraduate diploma in research studies (PGDRS) was launched in 2013 and the professional master namely Master of Applied Statistics (MAS) program was recently launched in June 2017. The Department has been the main academic and professional hub to facilitate statistical knowledge for local and the whole society.

Objectives

  1. To enhance leadership qualities and competencies for a professional career in statistics with an emphasis on handing large data sets.
  2. To develop effective use and analysis of statistics in management decision making.
  3. To advance acquisition of skills in using statistical tools and techniques in instruction, research, and extension.
  4. To be a leading organization in the field of Demography, dedicated to building and sharing wisdom for the well-being of Myanmar people.

Statistics Specialization

Program Description

Statistics is a relatively young discipline, organized around the rapidly growing body of knowledge about principled methods for data collection and data analysis, the making of rational decisions under uncertainty, and the modeling of randomness in any quantitative inquiries, including the social, natural, and medical sciences.

Statistics has a theoretical core surrounded by a large number of domains of application in various fields such as business, economics, population science, finance, education, engineering, environmental sciences, computer science, astronomy, biology,  medicine, psychology, sociology, and many others.

 

A basic goal of the concentration in Statistics is to help students acquire the conceptual, computational, and statistical tools for quantifying uncertainty and making sense of complex data arising from many applications – including statistically sound ways of collecting such data. For statistics students, the mathematical preparation required includes calculus and linear algebra.

 

You will learn about:

  • Fundamentals of Statistics introduce statistical principles with different areas of application emphasized as indicated in the above descriptions for all students.
  • Applied Statistics subjects can provide a grounding in traditional and modern approaches to statistical modeling and inference for not only for statistics specialization but also for other specialization namely Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, Public Administration, and Development Studies specializations
  • Handling the large data: Data Science and Big Data Analysis
  • Data Collecting, analyzing and interpreting the results
  • The theoretical introduction is provided by Statistical Theory, Probability Distributions & Statistical Inference, and Stochastic Processes.
  • Advanced statistical analyses: Multivariate Analysis, Econometric Methods, and Time Series Analysis, and etc.

Population Studies Specialization

Are you interested in studying contemporary population issues like aging, migration, and global population growth?

Program Description

The field of Population Studies reflects on and deals with contemporary demographic topics and related societal issues. The study is simultaneously concrete and broad. In the program, Population Studies students learn the theories, methods, and skills required to become a versatile demographer.

Essential to understanding population dynamics is the study of people’s demographic behavior, such as birth, health, migration, and death. The master program focuses on these demographic events, on how decision-making regarding these life events is influenced by the economic, societal, cultural, and geographical context, and on how these demographic events have an impact on population-level trends.

You will learn about:

  • Contemporary population issues as population aging, integration of migrants, health inequalities, and global population  growth
  • Individual decision-making processes behind demographic events, such as family formation, residential choices, and health care use
  • Collecting and interpreting demographic data
  • Methods and techniques to analyze demographic data: life tables, population projections, advanced statistical analysis, and qualitative research methods
  • Population policies and intervention programs

The Master in Population Studies is also interesting for mid-career professionals working at, for example, statistical offices or demographic departments of government agencies.

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Vision

To produce professional statisticians and demographers who are recognized by international institutions.

Mission

  1. To enhance leadership qualities and competencies for a professional career in Statistics and Demography
  2. To develop effective use and analysis of statistics in decision-making.
  3. To advance acquisition of skills in using statistical tools and techniques in instruction, research & development, and extension.
  4. To nurture students who can make policy recommendations to improve the quality of life of people at the community, as well as national.
  5. To build up the required competence and skills in research enhancing a long-lasting basis for the students.

Strategic Goals

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Contact

Phone No : +95 9265616677
Email         : mawmawkhin@moe.edu.mm

 

ActivitiesAnnouncement

Graduation Dinner(DRS 5th Batch)

Fresher Welcome of Each Academic Year

Activities of Second Batch

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Head of Department

Professor Dr. Maw Maw Khin

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Professor Dr. Mya Thandar

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Professor Dr. Aye Thida

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Daw Khin Nu Win

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Daw Tin Tin Mya

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Dr. Hlaing Hlaing Moe

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Daw Soe Soe Lwin

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Daw Myat Myat Oo

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Daw Khin Moh Moh

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Daw Hla Hla Than

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Daw Min Min Htike

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Daw Khin Than Sint

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Daw Saw Nan Swe

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Daw Thida Win

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Daw Khin Thet Tun

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Daw Mar Mar Aye

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Daw Cho Cho Win

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U Lwin Moe

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Daw  Nwe  Ni Tun

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Daw Naing Naing Maw

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Daw Hla Hla Aye

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Dr.  Sandar Thein

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Daw Thin Marlar Oo

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Daw Aye Aye Phyu

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Daw Aye Aye Htwe

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U  Win Naing

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Dr. Tin Tin Mar

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Daw Khet Khet Hnin

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Daw Thet Mar Lwin

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Daw Ei Thuzar Tun

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Daw Thandar Wai Wai Thein

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Daw Naw Yu Yu Tin

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Daw Hnin Hnin Aung

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Daw Win Thiri Aung

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Daw War War Naing

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Daw Khin Sandi Myint

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Daw Ei Khaing Shwe

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Dr. Than Pe

Professor Dr. San Kyi

Professor Dr.Khin May Than

U Khin Maung Win

Daw Tin Tin Yu

Daw Aye Aye Than

Daw Nwe Nwe Yee

Daw Khin Moe Moe

Professor Dr.Swe Swe Zin

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Curriculum

The outcome-based curricula are designed to reflect the achievement of the learning skills such as critical thinking and problem solving and mastery rather than the accumulation of course credits.

Bachelor Degrees
First Year
Second Year

Third Year

Fourth Year

Final Year
 

First Year

 
Second Year

Third Year

Fourth Year

Final Year

Masters Degree
Doctor of Philosophy

Diplomas
Certificates

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