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ECONĀ 103 Statistics

Faculty: Grant
Content: Theory and applications of statistics and probability used in the study of economics. Descriptive statistics, probability, random variables and their distributions, statistical inference. Applications of statistical inference ranging from estimating the mean from a univariate population to multiple regression analysis.
Prerequisites: QR 101 or equivalent.
Usually offered: Annually, fall and spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Political Science

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...to American Politics ( POLS 103 ) . The Major Program...Introduction to International Relations ECON 100 Principles of...

Economics

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...Our two introductory courses, ECON 100 Principles of Economics and ECON 103 Statistics , are designed...

International Affairs

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...complete ECON 100 Principles of Economics , POLS 102 Introduction to Comparative Politics or POLS 103...

Sociology and Anthropology

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...be substituted in place of SOAN 201: ECON 103 Statistics MATH 105 Perspectives in Statistics...

Advanced Standing

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...or 5 May be equivalent to either ECON 103 or PSY 200 ; students are not...