CRJ 3396 Stats for Social Sciences

Prerequisite: CRJ 1301 or SOC 2301. The course provides an introduction to basic statistical techniques used by social scientists to effectively organize and present data about the social world. Interpretation of statistical information is stressed. Topics include measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, measures of association, normal curve, ANOVA and multivariate analysis. Students will design and complete original research as well as make use of existing data.


3 Credits

Cross Listed Courses

Cross-Listed with SOC-3396


Required: Take CRJ-1301 or SOC-2301.