Statistics for Science

Statistical Science 2244A/B

Description: An introductory course in the application of statistical methods, intended for honors students in departments other than Statistical and Actuarial Sciences, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, or students in the Faculty of Engineering. Topics include sampling, confidence intervals, analysis of variance, regression and correlation. Cannot be taken for credit in any module in Statistics, Actuarial Science, or Financial Modelling.

Term: A/B

Prerequisite(s): A full mathematics course, or equivalent, numbered 1000 or above. Statistical Sciences 1024A/B can be used to meet 0.5 of the 1.0 mathematics course requirement.

Antirequisite(s): All other courses or half courses in Introductory Statistics except Statistical Sciences 1023A/B, Statistical Sciences 2037A/B and Statistical Sciences 1024A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 lab hours, 0.5 course.

Outlines of this course offered in past school years
Course Instructor(s) Outline Term School Year
SS2244A001 Bethany White PDF A 2013/2014
SS2244A002 Bethany White PDF A 2013/2014
SS2244A001 Benjamin Rubin PDF A 2011/2012
SS2244A002 Benjamin Rubin PDF A 2011/2012

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