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 STA 119LEC - Statistical Methods Lecture Statistical Methods B Enrollment Information (not real time - data refreshed nightly) Class #: 14827 Enrollment Capacity: 385 Section: B Enrollment Total: 368 Credits: 3.00 credits Seats Available: 17 Dates: 01/31/2022 - 05/13/2022 Status: OPEN Days, Time: T R , 3:30 PM - 4:50 PM Room: Nsc 225 view map Location: North Campus Enrollment Requirements Prerequisites: Co-Requisite: Students must enroll in STA 119LEC and STA 119REC in the same term. Course Description Covers topics in descriptive statistics, probability, inference, and experimental design, all of which are put together to draw conclusions from uncertainty through analysis of experimental data. Although a general statistical methods course, the material (through examples) is geared towards sciences majors, especially those in the health sciences. Looks into the underlying reasoning behind the techniques rather than just pure application. Students enrolled in this class have the additional resource of using the statistics lab for extra help which is located in 806 Kimball Tower. Instructor(s) Kuhlmann look up On-line Resources Textbook information is available in the class schedule in the HUB Student Center via MyUB. Undergraduate Course Catalog Office of the Registrar Other Courses Taught By: Kuhlmann STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119REC  Statistical Methods STA 119LEC  Statistical Methods STA 302REC  Intro Stat Inference STA 302LEC  Intro Stat Inference STA 499TUT  Independent Study

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