Introduction to Probability and Statistics – C459

In this course, students demonstrate competency in the basic concepts, logic, and issues involved in statistical reasoning. Topics include summarizing and analyzing data, sampling and study design, and probability.

Course Competencies

  • Summarizing Data: The graduate evaluates categorical and quantitative data using appropriate numerical measures and graphical displays.
  • Examining Relationships: The graduate evaluates the relationship between two variables through the creation and interpretation of numerical summaries and visual displays.
  • Designing Studies: The graduate designs and conducts observational studies, controlled experiments, and surveys to explore population characteristics.
  • Theoretical and Empirical Probability: The graduate applies theoretical or empirical probability to a situation to quantify uncertainty.
  • Determining Probability: The graduate determines the probability of events using simulations, diagrams, and probability rules.
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