STAT

STAT 2108 (Applied Statistics)

This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of descriptive statistics and the statistical treatment and interpretation of data.

Sampling; Methods for Describing Sets of Data; Discrete Probability Distributions; Normal Distribution; Inferences Based on a Single Sample: Estimation; Statistical Inference: Tests of Hypothesis; Analysis of Variance; Simple Linear Regression.

**Prerequisite** - MATH 1100 (Pre-Calculus) or MATH 1114 (Math for Mariners)

**Lectures** - 39 hours

**Laboratories** - 26 hours

STAT 4103 (Statistics - Water Quality)

This is a course designed to familiarize students with modern statistical methods and guidelines for the analysis of water quality/ biological data.

Introduction; Numerical Methods for Describing Sets of Data; Exploratory and Graphical Data Analysis; Probability and Probability Distributions; Inferences Based on a Single Sample: Point Estimation; Statistical Inference: Tests of Hypothesis; Analysis of Variance: One-Factor; Analysis of Variance: Two-Factors; Regression and Correlation.

**Duration** - 13 weeks

**Lectures** - 3 hours per week = 39 total hours

**Laboratories** - 2 hours once per week = 26 total hours

STAT 4106 (Applied Statistics)

This is course is designed to familiarize students with modern statistical methods and guidelines for the analysis of food safety/production data.

Introduction; Numerical Methods for Describing Sets of Data; Discrete Probability Distributions; Normal Distributions; Inferences Based on a Single Sample: Point Estimation; Statistical Inference: Tests of Hypotheses; Analysis of Variance; Regression and Correlation; Acceptance Sampling

**Prerequisite** - One university or college level introductory statistics course, or equivalent

**Lectures** - 39 hours

**Laboratories** - 26 hours