Introduction to Statistics in Sociology
Class Hours: 54 Lecture total
Prerequisite: MATH 080
or qualifying profile from the math placement process
An introduction to the basic statistical methods and analyses commonly used in sociological and social justice research. Topics include: descriptive and inferential statistics usually include levels and types of measurement; measures of central tendency and dispersion; normal, t, and chi-square distributions; probability and hypothesis testing; correlation and regression. Applications of statistical software to sociology and/or other social science and social justice data required.