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PSYC 299

Applied Statistics

Units: 3

This is an elementary course in basic statistical concepts. Students are introduced to the understanding and use of necessary computational procedures to attain basic skills in the following: frequency distributions, graphs, central tendency, variability, normal curve, probabilities, correlation, hypothesis testing, and chi square. Understanding and use of the above statistics are stressed over mathematical development. *Students enrolled in this course may be required to share information regarding their personal life, family, or relationships. Prerequisite: MATH 110 or equivalent*

PSYC 299H

Applied Statistics (Honors)

Units: 3

This is an elementary course in basic statistical concepts. Students are introduced to the understanding and use of necessary computational procedures to attain the basic skills in the following: frequency distributions, graphs, central tendency, variability, normal curve, probabilities, correlation, hypothesis testing, and chi square. Understanding and use of the above statistics are stressed over mathematical development.

*Students enrolled in this course may be required to share information regarding their personal life, family, or relationships. Prerequisite: MATH 110 or equivalent.*