Fall, Spring, Summer
Distributions, measures of central tendency, dispersion and shape, the normal distribution; experiments to compare means, standard errors, confidence intervals; effects of departure from assumption; method of least squares, regression, correlation, assumptions and limitations; basic ideas of experimental design.
Completion of Quantitative Reasoning A. This is suitably met with a course in college algebra via Math 112 or Math 114.
Students in many disciplines including the social sciences, nursing, and social welfare. Students majoring in math or statistics should enroll in Stat 302.