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Unformatted text preview: 01/05/11 9:20 PM Principles of Statistics I: Math 203 Syllabus Page 1 of 2 file:///Users/abbaskhalili/Desktop/Math203_Summer2011/Summer2011_Lectures/syllabussummer2011.htm Principles of Statistics I MATH-203 (3 credits) Course Details: Time and Location: Section 001: MTWR , 11:05 am - 1:25 pm, Burnside Hall 1B45 Instructor: Section 001: Dr. Abbas Khalili (email: via WebCT) Office: Khalili: 1235 Burnside Hall Office Hours: TW, 2:00 pm- 3:00 pm Required Textbook: Statistics, 11th Edition by McClave and Sincich, available at the University Bookstore Recommended Software: SPSS Student Version 16.0 (available with textbook) Pre-requisites: There is no calculus pre-requisite for this course. It is not open to students who have taken MATH 324. It may conflict with other statistics courses in other departments, please see the student handbook. Students who have received a B+ or higher in a CEGEP statistics course cannot take this course. Course Objectives: The goal of this course is to introduce students to the practice of statistics. From a practical standpoint, students will learn both descriptive and inferential techniques used in statistical analyses. More importantly, students will learn to critically evaluate statistical evidence in a variety of areas (including, but not limited to, problems in medicine, science, finance, and the social...
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