Jul 15, 2024  
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STAT 190 - Basic Statistics


An introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics of both univariate and bivariate data, with practical application to real-world data, including appropriate data collection techniques. The course briefly introduces discrete and continuous probability models and sampling distributions, and pays particular attention to assumptions embedded in statistical models and appropriate use of technology. A student who has completed STAT 290 - Statistics  may subsequently enroll in STAT 190, counting both grades in grade point average, but receiving credit toward graduation only for STAT 190.

Prerequisite: MATH 156 - College Algebra   or MATH 186 - Precalculus  or placement into Calculus (MATH 192 - Essentials of Calculus  or MATH 194 - LAS Calculus  or MATH 196 - Calculus and Mathematical Concepts for Life Science  or MATH 198 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I .)
Credit(s): 3
When Offered: Fall, Spring, and Online in the Summer
Course Attribute(s):
  • This course fulfills the Statistics Perspective of the Dialogues.



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