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STAT 110: Principles of Statistics

This is an introductory course for the liberal arts. Students learn study design principles and develop statistical literacy and reasoning. They learn to describe distributions, assess if known distributions fit their data, estimate population values with confidence intervals, and assess statistical significance with hypothesis tests (e.g., chi-square, z-, and t-tests, ANOVA, correlation, and regression). In addition to lectures, there is a weekly computer lab. Not recommended for students who have completed a term of calculus. STAT 110, STAT 212, and ECON 263 all provide an introduction to statistics, and students should not take more than one; they all can serve as a prerequisite for further courses. Offered each semester. Counts toward environment studies major (social science emphasis) and exercise science major.

Economics

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...Modeling ( STAT 272 ) and Advanced Statistical Modeling ( STAT...Emphasis Introductory Courses ECON 110-ECON 120 Gateways...

Statistics

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...AP Statistics STAT 110 Principles of Statistics STAT 212 Statistics for the Sciences STAT 214...

Environmental Studies

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...Information Systems STAT 110 Principles of Statistics STAT 212 Statistics for the Sciences STAT 214...

Psychology

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...1.00 STAT 110 Principles of Statistics STAT 212 Statistics for the Sciences STAT 214...

Sociology/Anthropology

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...as an elective for the major. 2 STAT 110 must be taken before SOAN 371...