Section Info: STAT-140-04

Course Title: Introduction to the Ideas and Applications of Statistics
Start Date: 09/06/2023 End Date: 12/19/2023
Term: Fall Semester 2023
Description: This course provides an overview of statistical methods, their conceptual underpinnings, and their use in various settings taken from current news, as well as from the physical, biological, and social sciences. Topics will include exploring distributions and relationships, planning for data production, sampling distributions, basic ideas of inference (confidence intervals and hypothesis tests), inference for distributions, and inference for relationships, including chi-square methods for two-way tables and regression.
Distribution(s): II - Math & Sciences
Academic Level Of Course: Undergraduate     Credits:4.00    

Faculty         Phone         Email address        
Alanna Hoyer-Leitzel     

Meeting Dates         Method         Meeting days         Meeting times         Building name         Room     Frequency    
09/06/2023 - 12/19/2023   Lecture   Monday, Wednesday and Friday   03:15PM - 04:30PM   CLAP - Clapp Laboratory   402   Weekly


Requisite Courses        

Additional Comments        
Course Tags        
DATA0001   DATA-SCI: Data Science Core Course   This is a required core course of the Data Science major.  

Cross-listed Sections        

Course Availability
Section status: Open     Capacity: 28     Enrollment: 25     Available: 3     Waitlist: 0


Book List         Required         Publisher Full Price        
Title: Introduction to Modern Statistics
Author: Cetinkaya-Rundel, Mine, and Johanna Hardin
Copyright: 2021
ISBN: 1943450145
Publisher: OpenIntro
Required   20.00  

Additional Book Comments        
This is NOT the complete book list for this class.