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School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Health Sciences Programs (HSCI)
HSCI
2117
Introduction to Statistics for Health Sciences
Intro Statistics for HS
Spring 2016
3
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Foundational concepts in descriptive and inferential statistics, including probability, sampling distribution, estimation, correlation, t-Test, simple linear regression, and chi-square. Application of statistical concepts and methods within the health sciences.
• Describe the role of descriptive and inferential statistics within the framework of scientific method. • Differentiate the types of data numerically and graphically. • Describe the theories and practices of statistical inference, probability, and confidence intervals. • Interpret inferential statistics including correlation, simple linear regression, and t-Test. • Apply statistical concepts to health sciences scenarios.
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