INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL REASONING AND ANALYSIS (GM)
2016 Summer Term
A course on the principles, procedures and concepts surrounding the production, summarization and analysis of data. Emphasis on critical reasoning and interpretation of statistical results. Content includes: probability, sampling, and research design; statistical inference, modeling and computing; practical application culminating in a research project. Unreq: ECON 245, PSYCH 215, SOCIOLGY 295
Other Requirements: PREREQ: GRADE OF C OR BETTER IN MATH 141 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
3 Units [GM]
|06/20 - 07/30 (6W2)||MTuW 10:45 AM - 12:25 PM||
|06/20 - 07/30 (6W2)||
|This is a hybrid course which meets both in the classroom and online each week. Students are required to purchase an access code for an online homework system that will provide immediate feedback and additional support. Codes can be purchased from the University Bookstore.|