Exercise and Health Science
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|EHS280 Statistics for Health Professionals||L Milliken||Feb 3 - May 9||Online||-|| - ||3||3177||$1053|
Description for EHS280:
This course focuses on basic concepts of statistics such as measures of central tendency and variability; concepts of test validity, reliability, and objectivity; and on basic techniques used in inferential statistics such as correlation, regression, t-tests, and analysis of variance. Emphasis will be placed on interpreting scientific peer-reviewed research in the field of exercise and health sciences. Students will also learn how to perform basic statistical tests using a statistical software package.
Prerequisite: MATH 114Q or appropriate score on the Math Placement assessment. EHS or Nursing Students Only. Department permission required (617.287.7500).
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