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MATH 141

Stats for Professionals

This course introduces students to elementary probability and data analysis via visual presentation of data, descriptive statistics and statistical inference. Emphasis will be placed on applications with examples drawn from a wide range of disciplines in both physical and behavioral sciences and humanities. Topics of statistical inference include: confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression, correlation, contingency tales, goodness of fit and ANOVA. The course will also develop familiarity with the most commonly encountered tables for probability distributions: binomial, normal, chi-squared, student-t and F. Students who have completed or are concurrently enrolled in ECON 350 will only receive one-half credit for MATH 141.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Science and Mathematics 1 course

Fall Semester information

Naima Shifa

141A: Stats for Professionals

Naima Shifa

141B: Stats for Professionals