STA 2023 Syllabus - STA 2023 Syllabus 5:11 PM Syllabus STA 2023 Spring 2016 1 Instructional Team Course Coordinator Maria Ripol office Griffin Floyd

STA 2023 Syllabus - STA 2023 Syllabus 5:11 PM Syllabus STA...

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1/22/17, 5 : 11 PM STA 2023 Syllabus Page 1 of 4 Syllabus STA 2023 – Spring 2016 1. Instructional Team: Course Coordinator: Maria Ripol Lab Coordinator: Megan Mocko office: Griffin Floyd 117C office: Griffin Floyd 117B phone: (352)273-2976 phone: (352)273-2975 email: [email protected] email: [email protected] office hours: MW 2:30- 4:00 pm office hours: MWF 10:30 am – 12:00 noon Teaching Assistants : see Contact Us link in e-Learning 2. General Course Information This course satisfies General Education Credits in the Mathematical Sciences. Students learn how to summarize data and how to make appropriate decisions based on Course Description STA 2023 is an introductory course that assumes no prior knowledge of statistics but does assume some knowledge of high school algebra. Basic statistical concepts an I Data – which includes graphical and numerical summaries to describe the distribution of a variable, or the relationship between two variables (chapters 1, 2 and II Probability and Inference – using the language of probability and the properties of numerical summaries computed from a random samples (chapters 5 and Course Objective The primary goal of the course is to help students understand how the process of posing a question, collecting data relevant to that question, analyzing data, and interp General Education Objective (Mathematics) Courses in mathematics provide instruction in computational strategies in fundamental mathematics including at least one of the following: solving equations and ine In this course, this objective will be met by . . . During the semester the students will be given an introduction to the three main aspects of statistics: design (of experiments/surveys), description (of data collected) a General Education Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) Content: Students demonstrate competence in the terminology, concepts, methodologies and theories used within the discipline. Communication: Students communicate knowledge, ideas, and reasoning clearly and effectively in written or oral forms appropriate to the discipline. Critical Thinking : Students analyze information carefully and logically from multiple perspectives, using discipline specific methods and develop reasoned solutions In this course, these SLOs will be met by . . . Content: Students will learn critical terminology, concepts, methods, and theories during lecture. These concepts will include terminology to describe one and two sa Communication: The students will use verbal and written communication to discuss central statistical concepts in their weekly labs. These concepts include descrip Critical Thinking: The students will be asked to critically think about trustworthiness of surveys and experiments presented in the media. Additionally, students wil Tentative Schedule of Topics Week 1 Introduction to the field of statistics, Samples vs. Population, Types of Data Week 2 Graphical Summaries, Summary Statistics Week 3 Contingency Tables, Least Squares Regression Week 4 Least Squares Regression, Simpson’s Paradox
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