JOI1287H: Introduction to Applied Statistics [RM]

Credit Value: 
0.50

This course provides an introduction to quantitative methods of inquiry and a foundation for more advanced courses in applied statistics for students in education and social sciences. The course covers univariate and bivariate descriptive statistics; an introduction to sampling, experimental design and statistical inference; contingency tables and Chi-square; t-test, analysis of variance, and regression. Students will learn to use SPSS software. At the end of the course, students should be able to define and use the descriptive and inferential statistics taught in this course to analyze real data and to interpret the analytical results.

Exclusion: 

Students who have previously taken CTL2004 are prohibited from taking this course

Graduate Department: 
Applied Psychology and Human Development