MATH 106 Introduction to Statistics

Designed for students in health-related majors, the social sciences, business, or other fields in which a basic knowledge of statistical methods is required. Topics include sampling, descriptive statistics, probability, the normal and binomial distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing for means and proportions, and chi-square tests. Additional topics may include simple linear regression, simulation, and one-way analysis of variance.   Computer-based lab activities are required. Meets the general studies requirement for the baccalaureate degree but does not apply towards a major or minor in mathematics.




MDEV 003 or satisfactory departmental placement