# STATISTICS (STAT)

STAT 015  STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
4 unit

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.

C-ID: MATH 110

Prerequisite(s): MATH 131 or MATH 150 or placement based on the mathematics placement process

(Business Division) Descriptive and inferential statistics. Collection, analysis, and presentation of business and economic data using probability techniques, hypothesis testing, and predictive strategies to facilitate decision-making. Topics include measures of central tendency, and deviation; probability and sampling distributions; statistical inference; correlation and linear regression; analysis of variance, chi square, and t-tests; and, application of technology for statistical analysis including the interpretation of the relevance of the statistical findings. No credit if taken after STAT 018, 050, or 050H. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.

STAT 018  STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
4 unit

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.

C-ID: SOCI 125

Prerequisite(s): MATH 131 or 150 or placement based on the statistics placement process

(Social Sciences Division) Data-analysis concepts and procedures used in the social sciences. Topics include measures of central tendency and dispersion; probability and sampling distributions, methods of evaluating hypotheses and testing inferential statistics (t-tests, chi-square, ANOVA, correlation and regression) Applications to the social sciences using calculators and spreadsheets. No credit if taken after STAT 015, 050, or 050H. Total of 72 hours lecture.

STAT 050  ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
4 unit

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.

C-ID: SOCI 125; MATH 110

Prerequisite(s): MATH 131, 141, or 150 or placement based on the Math assessment process

(Mathematics Division) Analysis of data using statistical methods: data collection, descriptive statistics, probability theory and inferential statistics. Topics include: sampling; measures of central tendency and variation; frequency charts and graphical representations of data; introductory probability; sampling distributions; correlation and linear regression; confidence intervals; hypothesis testing, including analysis of variance; and technology based statistical analysis from applications in engineering, social sciences, economics, psychology, and natural sciences. No credit if taken after STAT 015, 018, or 050H. Total of 72 hours lecture.

STAT 050H  HONORS ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
4 unit

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.

C-ID: SOCI 125; MATH 110

Prerequisite(s): MATH 131, 141, or 150 or placement based upon the math assessment process

(Mathematics Division) Analysis of data using statistical methods: data collection, descriptive statistics, probability theory and inferential statistics. Topics include: sampling; measures of central tendency and variation; frequency charts and graphical representations of data; introductory probability; sampling distributions; correlation and linear regression; confidence intervals; hypothesis testing, including analysis of variance; and technology based statistical analysis from applications in engineering, social sciences, economics, psychology, and natural sciences. As an honors course, students will be expected to complete additional assignments to demonstrate stronger analytical skills and critical analysis of articles published in peer-reviewed journals and primary scientific literature. No credit if taken after STAT 015, 018, or 050. Total of 72 hours lecture.

STAT 065  SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING FOR STATISTICS
1 unit

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review.

(Mathematics Division) Exploration of the potential of applied programming methods for statistics. Fundamentals of scripting for statistical analysis including generative tables, plots, graphs, animations, computations, and simulations in a variety of projects with an emphasis on using the open-sourced libraries and packages specifically for statistics. For students who would like to explore applied coding in the context of statistics. Total of 54 hours laboratory.