Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2020 - 2021 
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Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2020 - 2021 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MATH 205 - Introductory Statistics

Credits 3
Recommended prior coursework: MATH 140  Statistical analyses lie at the intersection of the abstraction of the physical world and the formulation of theories to explain its phenomena. Its study of populations and their samples allow us to make judgements about our worldview grounded in the mathematical tradition; all to better understand God's creation. This course will cover the three pillars of statistical analyses: 1) defining the types of characteristics that are capable of being measured, 2) designing principles of data collection, and 3) understanding of probability and its application when employing statistical testing or modeling. Recommended prior coursework: MATH-140