Taking Intro Stats Courses?

Many students are required to include a course in statistics as part of their modular requirements.  Please exercise caution when enrolling in these courses as many are listed as “Introductory Statistics” and are anti-requisites to each other. 

Specific introductory statistics courses may be required in certain modules. Anti-requisite courses cannot necessarily be substituted for each other.

If you have any questions regarding other Introductory Statistics courses not listed here, please contact the Department of Statistical & Actuarial Sciences.

Please review the following list for courses that are considered "Introductory Statistics".

From Social Science:

  • Economics 2122A/B (Econometrics I)
  • Economics 2222A/B (Intermediate Econometrics I)
  • Geography 2210A/B (Introduction to Spatial Analysis)
  • MOS 2242A/B (Statistics for MOS)
  • Psychology 2810 (Statistics for Psychology)
  • Psychology 2820E (Research Methods and Statistical Analysis in Psychology)
  • Psychology 2830A (Research in Psychology) offered at Huron
  • Psychology 2850A/B (Statistics for Psychology I) and Psychology 2851A/B (Statistics for Psychology II) or the former Psychology 2885 (Psychological Measurement and Statistics) offered at Brescia
  • Sociology 2205A/B (Statistics for Sociology)

From Science:

From Health Sciences:

  • Health Sciences 3801A/B (Measurement and Analysis in Health Sciences)

From Social Work:

  • Social Work 2205 (Research Methodology and Statistics in Social Work)

Important note: the following are not considered “Introductory Statistics”:

  • Nursing 3318A/B (Elementary Statistics)
  • Psychology 2840F/G (Research Methods in Psychology)
  • Statistical Sciences 1024A/B (Introduction to Statistics) – can be taken prior to any of the 2000 or higher level “Introductory Statistics” courses above, but not after Statistical Sciences 2037A/B (Statistics for Health) if taken in Fall 2010 or later
  • Statistical Sciences 1023 A/B (Statistical Concepts) – no prerequisites/anti-requisites; emphasis on concepts, not calculations.

There is a solution for students enrolled in two modules that each requires a statistics course from the above list.  Please read the applicable departmental pages in the Academic Calendar or contact your Department directly for more information.