STA-201 Principles of Statistics
An introductory course in statistics that develops skills for performing statistical computations and analyzing data. Topics include measures of central tendency and variation; probability concepts, rules and distribution; normal and sampling distributions; hypothesis tests; and descriptive and inferential methods in regression correlations.
Advisory: It is advisable to have knowledge in a course equivalent to MAT-121 College Algebra with a grade of C or better to succeed in this course. Students are responsible for making sure that they have the necessary knowledge. Students will need a scientific calculator; a graphing calculator is not required. Programmable calculators are not permitted in examinations.
e-Pack® for (STA-201-EP): Feb 2015 | Mar 2015 | Apr 2015 | May 2015 | Jun 2015 |
Guided Study for (STA-201-GS): Feb 2015 | Mar 2015 | Apr 2015 | May 2015 | Jun 2015 |
Online Courses for (STA-201-OL): Feb 2015 | Mar 2015 | Apr 2015 | May 2015 | Jun 2015 |
TECEP® Examination for (STA-201-TE): May 2015 | Jun 2015 |
This course is also available as TECEP® exam STA-201-TE.
Semester Hours: 3
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