What is the content of a traditional upper division undergraduate statistics class. I.e a third or fourth year undergrad stats class.
I am taking mathematical statistics and so far all it has been is repeating the same theory you learn in early year stats, with uglier distributions and annoying integrals.
i.e everything is a fucking limit or marginal of the gamma distribution.,
Am i getting swindled /sci/? surely there are more practical things to learn to go into applied statistics jobs than just pen and paper disgusting integrals
What did your stats/maths undergrad look like sci?