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MPH 503 - Biostatistics

Campus: Springfield

Description:

Provides a general overview of statistical methods commonly used in the collection and analysis of health research data. Topics include descriptive statistics, basic concepts of probability, statistical inference, analysis of variance (ANOVA), correlation, regression, distribution free methods, and introduction to use of a statistical software. Emphasis is on understanding and applying statistical concepts intuitively to the interpretation of health research data. Course Information: Core course. Prerequisite: Undergraduate statistics course.

Special Instructions:

Prerequisite: Undergraduate course in statistics. Requires Instructor Approval.

Academic Program Restrictions:

MA:Online Educ Leadrshp -UIS MA:Online Education-UIS MA:Online ES-N Res&Sus Dvl-UIS MA:Online ES-SusDvl&Polcy -UIS MA:Online HS-Soc Serv Admn-UIS MA:Online Legal Studies -UIS MA:Online PoliticalScience-UIS MA:Online Teach Leadership-UIS MA:OnlineLibrl&IntgStudies-UIS MPA:Online Public Admin -UIS MPH: Online Public Health-UIS MPH:Online PH-Env Health -UIS MS:ESC - Online General - UIS MS:Online Computer Science-UIS MS:Online Data Analytics -UIS MS:Online Mgmt Inf Sys -UIS MPH: Online Public Health-UIS

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Number of Required Visit(s): 0

Course Level: Graduate

Credit: 4

Term(s): Fall , Spring


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