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Statistics

Statistics courses may carry social science or science credit. See related course: PSYCH 201. Statistics courses may not be audited.

STAT 202-DL : Introduction to Statistics


Description

This course provides an introduction to probability and statistics theory. Assignments and projects help develop students’ analytic and critical thinking skills and challenge them to apply statistical analysis with real world data. The course contains three parts: methods of data collection, techniques for data organization and analysis, and techniques for interpreting data using statistical methodologies. Students will learn not only how to appropriately collect and analyze data, but how to draw conclusions from their data for use in decision-making. The course emphasizes use of Microsoft Excel for graphing and data analysis in homework assignments. Students will also collect and analyze a data set of personal interest for the final project. A final paper will also be prepared. Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint techniques relevant to the final project will be taught in class, however, a basic understanding of these applications is expected. This course is conducted completely online. A technology fee will be added to tuition.


Fall 2021
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
09/21/21 - 12/11/21Asynch
Asynch 20
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Bailey, John Michael
Online
Open

Winter 2022
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
01/03/22 - 03/19/22Asynch
Asynch 20
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Bailey, John Michael
Online
Open

Spring 2022
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
03/28/22 - 06/11/22Asynch
Asynch 20
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Bailey, John Michael
Online
Open

Summer 2022
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
06/21/22 - 08/28/22Asynch
Asynch 20
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Bailey, John Michael
Online
Open
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