PSYCHOLOGY 107 - STATISTICAL METHODS
- 6 hours (4 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory)
- 4 credits
**Prerequisites:** Demonstration of current mathematical
competency equivalent to two and one-half years of high school mathematics
as defined by performance on the Queens College Mathematics Placement Exam.
This mathematics prerequisite may also be fulfilled by evidence of satisfactory
completion of one or more of the following courses: Math 6, 100, 101, 111
(or their equivalents).
Data reduction, analysis, and the reporting of frequency distributions,
curve fitting, correlation, estimation, and hypothesis testing on evidence
from one, two, and three or more samples.
This course may be counted toward the LASAR Scientific Methodology and Quantitative
Reasoning Requirement.
To be eligible for this course, the student must take Math Placement test
or
show satisfactory completion of one or more of the following: Math 6, 100,
101, or 111. |