PSY 317L PSY 317L. Introduction to Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences. 3 Hours.
Explore the R programming language, data visualization, data wrangling, descriptive statistics (measures of central tendency and variation), measures of association (correlation, regression). Examine inferential statistics including parametric tests (such as t-tests and ANOVA) and non-parametric tests (such as Kruskal-Wallis and chi-squared tests). Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Psychology 317L and 120R may not both be counted.
Twenty-eight semester hours of psychology, at least 19 of which must be upper-division, including Psychology 301 , 317L and 420M with a grade of at least C in each. (Students with credit for Psychology 317 must complete Psychology 120R with a grade of at least C prior to advancing to Psychology 420M ). No more that three hours of lower-division psychology may be taken in addition to Psychology 301 and 317L , and no less than 15 hours of upper-division beyond Psychology 420M . Also included in these 28 hours must be at least three hours in each of the following three areas.
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