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PSY 211 Statistics for the Social Sciences (4 credits)

This course is an introduction to the basic principles of statistical analyses, descriptive and inferential, that are used in the social sciences. Topics include measures of central tendency, variability, correlational analyses, regression, estimation, hypothesis testing, and selected parametric and non-parametric tests. Laboratory work will include the use of computer-based statistical packages to aid in analysis and interpretation of discipline-appropriate research data.

Prerequisites: Introductory Psychology (PSY 100 or PSY 101) and MAT 118 or the permission of the instructor.