# Escriptions bs c s tatistics 2009 7 course

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ESCRIPTIONS B.S C .(S TATISTICS ) 2009 7. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ST 211 Statistics 1 3 credits Prerequisite : - Descriptive statistics; elementary probability; random variables and probability distribution ; expectation value ; elementary sampling and sampling distribution; estimation and hypotheses testing for one and two populations ; use of statistical packages. ST 212 Statistics 2 3 credits Prerequisite : Statistics 1 One–way analysis of variance ; simple linear regression and correlation analysis; classical time series analysis; elementary quality control ;chi – square test ; nonparametric test ; use of statistical packages. ST 216 Statistics for Social Science 1 3 credits Prerequisite : - Introduction to descriptive statistics; index numbers; unconditional and conditional probability; random variables and probability distribution; unconditional and conditional expectations; elementary sampling and sampling distribution; estimation and hypotheses testing for one population; statistical package results interpretation. ST 217 Statistics for Social Science 2 3 credits Prerequisite : ST 216 Estimation and hypotheses testing for two populations; one – way and two – way analysis of variance; curve fitting; simple and multiple linear regression and correlation analysis; classical time series analysis; chi – square test; statistical package results interpretation. ST 218 Psychological Statistics 1 3 credits Prerequisite : - Nature and scope of statistics; scale of measurements; data presentations ; measures of central tendency and dispersion; skewness and kurtosis; probability; random variables and probability distribution; normal distribution; elementary sampling and sampling distribution; estimation and hypotheses testing for one and two populations ; chi–square test; statistical package results interpretation.

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7. C OURSE D ESCRIPTIONS B.S C .(S TATISTICS ) 2009 10 ST 246 General Principles of Insurance 3 credits Prerequisite : - Basic principles of insurance; types of insurance; insurance policy contracts and provisions; risk management and insurance; casualty insurance and life insurance; reinsurance; social insurance; introduction to actuarial science. ST 319 Psychological Statistics 2 3 credits Prerequisite : ST 211 or ST 216 or ST218 Statistical techniques in psychological research; correlational technique; experimental designs between and / or within subjects variations ; factorial design ; single subject design ; simple and multiple linear regression and correlation analysis ; other coefficients of correlation; analysis of covariance; use of statistical packages. ST 321 Introduction to Probability Theory 3 credits Prerequisite : ST 211 and MA 213 Probability space; conditional probability ; independent events ; univariate and multivariate distributions of discrete and continuous random variables; distribution function and transformation techniques of random variables; conditional distribution of discrete and continuous random variables; unconditional and conditional expectations; Chebyshev’s inequality .
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