A non-calculus-based course covering descriptive statistics, regression model fitting, probability, distributions, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Applications are geared toward research and data analysis in biology and medicine. Degree credit will not be given for more than one of EG 381 or ST 210 or ST 265 or ST 381.Closed to students who have taken EC 220 or EG 381 or PY 292 or ST 210 or ST 381.
Prerequisite:MA 109 or a score of 48 or better on Part II of the Math Placement Test or a score of 65 or higher on ALEKS or one year of high school calculus. Sessions Typically Offered:Spring Years Typically Offered:Annually