COURSE NUMBER:  SOCI 311  

COURSE TITLE:  Introduction to Statistics  
NAME OF INSTRUCTOR:  Dr Robert MacDonald  
CREDIT WEIGHT AND WEEKLY TIME DISTRIBUTION:  credits 3 (hrs lect 3  hrs sem 0  hrs lab 1.5)  
COURSE DESCRIPTION:  An introduction to the use of statistical methods.
Descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, regression and
correlation, inference on means and proportions, sampling
distributions, analysis of variance, hypothesis testing. Same as STAT 300 Prerequisites: Mathematics 302 or the successful passing of an algebra competency test. 

REQUIRED TEXTS:  The Basic Practice of Statistics, 6th edition David S. Moore, William I. Notz, Michael A. Fligner Published by W.H. Freeman 2013  
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COURSE OBJECTIVES:  When you are finished this course, you will:


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