2014-2015 Catalog

STAT - STATISTICS

STAT 2010 BUSINESS STATISTICS

This course is designed to provide majors in accounting, business administration, economics, management and marketing with training in basic statistical concepts with emphasis on applications to business programs. Credit cannot be earned in more than one of the following: STAT 2010, 2050, and 2070.

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Prerequisites

MATH 1000 or higher, or placement in MATH 2200 via the COMPASS or ACT

STAT 2050 FUNDAMENTALS OF STATISTICS

The presentation and application of statistical inference. Topics include measures of central tendency, variance and standard deviation, probability modes, inference for means, analysis of variance for one way classification and an introduction to linear regression and correlation. Credit cannot be earned in more than one of the following: STAT 2010, 2050 or 2070.

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Prerequisites

MATH 1000 or higher, or placement in MATH 2200 via the COMPASS or ACT

STAT 2070 STATISTICS FOR SOC SCIENCE

Presentation of central ideas of descriptive statistics and statistical inference, as applied to questions in the social sciences. Topics include graphs, averages, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing and relationship between variables. Associated computer skills will also be introduced. Credit cannot be earned in more than one of the following courses: STAT 2010, 2050 or 2070

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Prerequisites

MATH 1000 or higher, or placement in MATH 2200 via the COMPASS or ACT