Biostatistics   [Archived Catalog]
2019-2020 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

IFN 5910 - Biostatistics

This course provides scholar-practitioners of the biomedical sciences a foundational understanding of biostatistics used in designing, interpreting, and applying research.  Topics covered include descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, correlation analyses, and comparisons of means.  Students will perform calculations using sample datasets and demonstrate their understanding of concepts through course discussions.  The course is valuable for current and future health practitioners and researchers who are either unfamiliar with statistical methods or those wanting to freshen up their knowledge. Prerequisite(s): none 3 credit(s)
Offered: Fall A/B, Spring A/B Course Length: 15 weeks No RC required