Statistics give us a sense of what is really happening in the world.
Majors from Criminal Justice to Psychology to Nursing require students to make sense of statistics, and many students go on to become statisticians as well.
What is often overlooked and challenging in the study of statistics is the role of reading. In order to determine which concept to apply or how to interpret study results, students need to understand how to read statistics.
SCC is proud to offer a Learning Community designed specifically for students who wish to become statisticians.
In the Learning Community, students take Math 219, Statistics and Probability, a hybrid online/f2f course.
They also take Reading 136, Reading in STEM, an online course to help with modeling and understanding of the work being done in the Statistics class.
If you are interested in joining the Statistics Modeling Learning Community in Spring 2020 that meets on the SCC campus, please enroll in both of the following courses:
- section 77480 of Reading 136 with Professor Freese (Mondays 11:50am-12:40pm in H-239)
- section 177098 of Math 219 with Professor Frost (Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:00am-10:05am in D-222)
If you are interested in joining the online Statistics Modeling Learning Community in Spring 2020, please enroll in the following courses:
- section 81152 of Reading 136 with Professor Freese
- section 176910 of Math 219 with Professor Kramer