Mar 05, 2021  
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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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STAT 3000 - Statistical Methods I


Credit Hours: 3
This is a foundational course in statistics and data management. The course provides knowledge on key concepts of statistics. Students will apply statistics to topics in scientific systems. Students will be capable of efficiently using an assortment of algorithms and database tools for the management and retrieval of information. Students will identify a  range of approaches employed to model the behavior of systems. They will become familiar with computer tools to analyze the system and will gain an understanding of the principles behind statistics and analysis methods. These concepts are taught with heavy emphasis on statistical computing software(R, SAS, or EXCEL) using real world datasets



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