STAT 260 Introduction to Statistical Practice


Prerequisite:MATH 113, 115, or 124


Course Description: Data-oriented introduction to fundamental concepts and methods of applied statistics. Topics include: exploratory data analysis; sampling and principles of experimental design; sampling distributions; confidence intervals and tests for one and two sample means and proportions; analysis of contingency tables; simple linear regression; and correlation. Extensive use of statistical software. Intended primarily for students in the Statistics Bachelor's program.Offered by Statistics. Limited to two attempts.

Students with the terminated from VSE major attribute may not enroll.

When Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer