STAT 200 Statistical Methods I

An introductory study of statistical methods with applications to business, economics, education, and the social sciences. Topics covered include: descriptive statistics and graphs, probability and probability distributions, estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and linear regression. The course focuses on when to use each of the different methods. Note: Credit for at most one of the following courses may be applied towards a student's requirements for graduation: BUAD 200, ECON 200, EDU 200, POLI 200, SOC 200, and STAT 200. Background assumed: N.Y.S. Algebra II and Trigonometry (or Math B), or equivalent.




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