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Introduction to Statistics in Sociology

Unit(s): 3.0
Class Hours: 54 Lecture total
Prerequisite: MATH 080 or 08​6 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.