Nursing Statistics

Introduction to Statistics     

This course is designed to provide an in-depth discussion of fundamental concepts required for the study of advanced statistical topics. The material covered includes types of data, graphical presentation methods, descriptive statistics and normal distributions.  The course is required of Molloy graduate Nursing students who have not taken an introductory statistics course in the past 5 years in preparation for MAT 550.

The course is typically offered three times a year, just prior to the start of the fall, spring and summer semesters in August, January and May for 3 sessions in the evening at the Rockville Centre campus.

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Required text: Beginning Statistics, 2E by Larry Stephens, Schaum's Outline Series.

Instructors: Dr. Deborah Upton, Molloy College and Dr. Manyiu Tse, Molloy College

Course Number: NUM-0213   Tuition: $110