This course covers statistical methods related to behavioral sciences including frequency distributions, graphic methods, central tendency, variability, correlation, reliability, and tests of significance.
Credit in a 100-level (or above) Social Science course, placement into English 100, and placement into Math 103 or higher; or consent of instructor.
- Use descriptive and inferential statistics to summarize and analyze raw data.
- Present statistical data in graphs and tables.
- Use statistical formulas to investigate the relationships among variables, including central tendency, correlations, and percentages.
- Use t-test, f-test, and z-test to test hypotheses and statistical significance.