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MATH 300 Experiment Design and Analysis

This course is an introduction to applied design of experiments and the statistical analysis of scientific data. It provides a detailed development of specific parametric and non-parametric statistical procedures and their application to various experimental designs. This course is well-suited for a student to apply sound data analysis technique to experimental data. Key course objectives are: designing experimental procedures to obtain the desired information, application of the statistical procedures consistent with the design, and to draw meaningful inferences from the results.

Course ID: MATH 300

Semester Hours: 3

Prerequisites: None

Corequisites: None

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