MATH 315: Applied Statistics 1

Statistics in the service of research

This course introduces you to modern statistical data analysis techniques so that you can make data-informed decisions. At the end of the semester you will present your research findings in a poster presentation format to your peers.

In this project-based course, you will have the opportunity to answer questions that you feel passionately about through independent research based on existing data. The course offers a lot of one-on-one support, directed opportunities to work with other students, and training in the skills required to complete a project of your own design. We will use collaborative tools and software that are common in many workplaces and research labs. These skills will prepare you for many different career types.

Course details

šŸ“…   MWF
šŸ•“   12-12:50pm
šŸ›   Holt 291
šŸ‘„ļø   In Person
šŸ’»   Laptop Required


MATH 105, MATH 109, or MATH 120, or faculty permission

Open drop-in help times

Mon 2-3pm Holt 202
Thu 1-2pm on Zoom
Wed 1:30-3 at Community Coding


šŸ¾   Dr. Robin Donatello
šŸšŖ   Office: Holt 202
šŸ™‹   Schedule an appointment