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2019-2020 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

BIO 310 - Biostatistics

3 credits
An introduction to modern statistical techniques used to analyze and interpret data in the biological sciences. Experimental design, data collection, descriptive and inferential statistics will be covered. Inferential analyses covered include hypothesis testing for single means and proportions, difference between two means and proportions (t and z tests), paired means, multiple means (ANOVA), and linear regression and correlation. Statistical software program (e.g. R) use will be introduced. 3 hrs lecture
Prerequisite(s): Jr status or MAT 221   or MAT 117  
Term Offered: Fall semester