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2022-2023 Supplemental Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Supplemental Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

GER 2326 - Statistics for Social and Behavior Sciences

Credits: 3 hrs
The objective of this course is to show the student how statistics are used. The student will gain an appreciation of the proper use of statistics and statistical terms in textbooks, newspapers, magazines and in research reports. The major emphasis of this course is an understanding of statistical measures, sampling and hypothesis testing. This course is a prerequisite to GER 4301 - Research Methods and Evaluation in Gerontology . Students may not receive credit for both GER 2326 and MAT 2326 - Elementary Statistics  or PSY 2326 - Statistics for Social and Behavioral Science  or SOC 2326 - Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences .
Student Learning Outcome: Quantitative Literacy
Area of Knowledge: Social and Behavioral Sciences