Classification : General Education Class Number : 046.003 Credit : 3 Grade : 1
The main aim of the course is to help student understand the fundamental concepts of statistics. In this course various practical examples that show uncertainty and statistical methodology used to solve the problem are discussed.
Classification : General Education Class Number : 033.019 Credit : 3 Grade : 1
This course will give an introduction to basic statistical concepts. Students will practice applying statistics to other sciences such as natural sciences, social sciences and engineering, and examine computerized statistical techniques. The course provides an overview of basic probability distributions, such as binomial distribution, normal distribution and sample distributions. It will acquaint students with interval estimation and hypothesis testing which are the basic concepts of statistical inferences, and help students enhance their ability to solve actual statistical problems based on their study of regression analysis, categorical data analysis and analysis of variance.
Classification : General Education Class Number : 033.020 Credit : 3 Grade : 1
Classification : General Education Class Number : 033.021 Credit : 3 Grade : 2
This course is designed to introduce basic statistical methods. The course will provide the students with an overview of the elementary concepts,hypothesis testing, probability distribution, statistical inferences, linear and multicple regression, correlation and categorical data analysis, sampling survey and time series.
Classification : General Education Class Number : L0442.001300 Credit : 3 Grade : 1
This course will provide a fundamental background for statistical methodology. The objective of this course is for students to develop the knowledge, skills and perspectives necessary to analyze data in order to solve problems arising in biostatistics, life sciences, public health and biomedical disciplines. Topics including summarizing and representing data, probability, statistical inference, hypothesis testing, categorical data analysis, linear regression, logistic regression, analysis of variance, study designs, and survival analysis will be covered. Through real study examples, students can understand data structure, find appropriate statistical methods, and furthermore foster the ability to design a research plan.
Classification : General Education Class Number : L0442.001400 Credit : 1 Grade : 1
This course will help students enhance their understanding of statistical concepts and improve their ability of actual problem solving in statistics by using the statistical data analysis package. Students will practice sampling, generating random numbers and translating the central limit theorem into graphics. By doing regression analysis, analysis of variance, logistic regression and survival analysis, students will develop their problem solving skills through getting hands-on experience with statistical software.