This course covers the basic statistics topics which may provide students in different fields of specializations such as medical sciences business, education and social sciences with an introductory survey of applications of descriptive statics and inferential statistics. The topics in this subject are related to basic research procedures of collecting, presenting and analyzing data. The basic methods of data collection and presentation are covered in the are of descriptive statistics. To give the idea of students why is there a maximum tolerable error that one can consider in making generalizations and conclusions of what has been observed from the sample, a short bridge discussion on probability will be covered. Then the concept of statistical inference will be covered in the last part.
LEC: 3 units | 3 hours per week
Pre-requisite: Math 1
- Teacher: Sheryl Satorre