Statistics

STAT 1100Q: Elementary Concepts of Statistics

Course Description: 
Four credits. A standard approach to statistical analysis primarily for students of business and economics; elementary probability, sampling distributions, normal theory estimation and hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, exploratory data analysis. Learning to do statistical analysis on a personal computer is an integral part of the course.

Semester offered: Fall, Spring or Full-Year


Student Eligibility Guidelines for STAT 1100Q:

Successful completion of Intermediate Algebra/ Algebra II is required.


Instructor Certification Requirements:

The certification requirement for instructors wishing to teach UConn ECE statistics courses is a Master's of Science degree in Statistics, or a Master's in a related area with appropriate level undergraduate statistics background and/or undergraduate or graduate courses at least two levels above Statistics 1100QC. A candidate with a Master's in Education and an appropriate statistics background may be considered. Reasonable courses at the undergraduate level in applied statistics are STAT 2215Q or STAT 3115Q, or equivalent. Reasonable courses at the undergraduate level in statistical methods are STAT 3025Q or STAT 3375Q or STAT 3445, or equivalent. A grade of B or better in these courses will be required. UConn’s course catalog for statistics can be found online at: http://catalog.uconn.edu/stat/ for comparison.

**Applicants must provide a detailed list and course descriptions of their completed statistics coursework for review.  This list of courses should identify the equivalence to the UConn courses mentioned above.

Instructor Resources:

STAT 1100Q Sample Syllabus
STAT 1100Q Approved Textbooks

Note: Instructors must upload final exam for preview by UConn’s Statistics Department before administering it. Instructors may use sample exams for format as well as incorporate those problems into their exams.