About STAT 052 OL1

Introduction to probabilistic and statistical reasoning, including applications to current scientific/social issues, with special focus on issues of poverty, criminal justice, environmental justice, and voting, and impact on diverse and disadvantaged populations. Prerequisites: Two years High School algebra; no credit for Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors in the mathematical and engineering sciences; credit for only one of STAT 051 and STAT 052.

Notes

Dates: May 24th - July 2nd, 2021

Section Description

Introduction to probabilistic and statistical reasoning, including applications to current scientific/social issues, with special focus on issues of poverty, criminal justice, environmental justice, and voting, and impact on diverse and disadvantaged populations. Prerequisites: Two years High School algebra; no credit for Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors in the mathematical and engineering sciences; credit for only one of STAT 051 and STAT 052.

Section Expectation

Course Format: This section of STAT 052 will be online course. Students will primarily engage in the material through online videos and online discussion. Students can choose when and where to work on the material (no scheduled class time), but students should plan to log in and engage with the course at least 2-3 times per week. There will be the opportunity to engage with the instructor/ask questions in office hours (at a scheduled time TBD) and/or through online discussion. Course Materials/Expectations: - Students should have access to a computer/laptop/tablet with a stable internet connection (there will be videos to watch) - Students should have an interest in discussing and learning about social justice issues - Students should have access to a basic calculator and be comfortable evaluating expressions (ie. could plug in 7.8 - 2*0.6 to get the answer 6.6)

Evaluation

Grades will be based on: Weekly Homework Assignments 2 Take-Home Open-Book Midterm Exams Final Project Participation on Discussion Board

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