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PSY 2383 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

Three hours (On Campus and Online)
A study of the essential statistical techniques needed to analyze experimental data and understand current research publications with applications in the social and behavioral sciences. Topics include graphing, descriptive statistics, inferential statistics and hypothesis testing (using correlation, regression, t-tests, ANOVA, and chi square). Extensive use of statistical software for both calculation and enhancing conceptual understanding and critical thinking. Meets the Mathematics requirement or the Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement of the Core Curriculum (cannot meet both core requirements).

Prerequisites: PSY 1013  and either a minimum ACT math score of 19, or minimum SAT math score of 510, or CLT math score of at least 18, or MTH 0153  
Offered on campus Fall and Spring semesters
Offered online Fall A, Spring A, and Summer A terms