Course: Statistics for Behavioral Science (SO-218-2) 

Addresses basic concepts and methods of statistical data analysis as applied in psychology and other socialbehavioral sciences, including organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data. The course will provide students with a foundation in descriptive and inferential statistics, touching on frequency distributions, probability sampling, and hypothesis testing. Analyses conducted by hand and using SPSS. P: Fulfillment of a Level A math requirement. 3 credits

Faculty:Credit: Day/Time:Pre-Regs:
Speicher3LEC 1:35 PM 2:50 PMMA-111 MA-116 MA-000A MA-120 MA-121 or MA-122

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